Fitbit and Health, together at last. Sync all your data from Fitbit to Apple Health. After the first sync, the app will automatically sync in the background throughout the day. **Important** Fitbit currently provides access to daily data only. We have requested Partner API status in order to provide intraday syncing.
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Data types supported:
- Flights Climbed
- Walking + Running Distance
- Body Fat Percentage
- Body Mass Index
- Sleep Analysis (In bed and asleep time)
- Dietary Calories
- Resting Calories
- Active Calories
- If you are using Sync Solver - Health to Fitbit, be sure to not sync the same data types as this will result in a data duplication loop.
- Since iOS schedules backgroud updates based on your app usage pattern, it may be necessary to manually sync from time to time in order to keep Sync Solver automatically syncing on a consistent basis.
- Intraday data granularity is not possible at this time due to Fitbit API limitations.
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Successfully syncs Aria with Apple Health
I have been using a FitBit Aria scale since 2014. I wanted to get my measurements into Apple Health. Google pointed me here and it worked exactly as expected. The first sync wrote 3000+ items, 1000+ each for weight, BMI, and body fat percentage. That’s about one measurement per day since I got it.
This app worked EXACTLY the way I wanted: with one sync, every measurement my Aria scale ever made was placed in Apple Health. Thank you to the developer.
Developer Response ,
Glad you are enjoying the app - remember to tell your Fitbit friends about it!
Overall ok, doesn’t show step activity throughout day
I realize this is not the developer’s fault but more a limitation of the Fitbit API. However, I was disappointed after having spent the money for the app that it doesn’t sync intraday activity, meaning it doesn’t show when the steps were taken throughout the day. When the sync happens, it takes the number of steps and divides it evenly across all 24 hours of the day. For instance if you took 12,000 steps and look at the Health app, it shows that you took 500 steps at each hour. If showing precise data of when steps were taken matters to you and you want Health app integration, ditch your Fitbit and go with something that syncs directly with the iOS Health.
My original review wasn’t accurate.
I bought this app because I can’t have my phone on me at work but I can wear my Fitbit. I wanted to sync my steps with my apple health app to have it all in one convenient place. Originally I was mad because less than 1,000 of my 6,000+ steps would sync but it turns out this was because of an issue with my Fitbit app. It would sync my steps to my Fitbit app but not load them fully so only part of them could be synced. And while I wish this app had a little more to offer it’s doing what I need it to do.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.