1,000,000 - 5,000,000 downloads
- User-friendly interface
- Both food and activity tracker
- Sync with other platforms (web, gadget)
- Set activity and weight loss goals
- There's a built-in GPS tracker
Fitbit Activity Tracker will help you monitor your food and activity habits
Don't you know Fitbit? I recommend you to give a tour through their site Fitbit.com since it's way more than a simple app: it's an ecosystem of gadgets, professionals, software and hardware oriented to help you form new healthy lifestyle habits.
Even you aren't really into buying that sort of gadgets for monitoring your activity, I invite you to give a glance at this app. If you're an absent-minded, disorganized and chaotic one, this is going to help you put some order in your life. What better than starting from how you look and feel?
Once signed up, you'll be able to input your personal data like weight and height, weight loss goals or activity goals like kilometers or steps/day or week. Likewise, you can input food and quantity you're eating along the day. There's a huge database of meals and its calories. This way you'll know how much activity you have to do in order to fulfill your daily calories goal.
It can sound annoying inputting all your meals and, actually, first days you can feel that way. However, if you're persistent, you'll get into the habit and then Fitbit will work for you: stats from the very first moment you added foods and activity, weight loss, advises and many more. It's fully compatible with other apps like Endomondo, TargetWeight or Fitbolt (amongst others).
The only catch is that it doesn't comes with a built-in geolocation-based tracker. However, that's its gadget for: it syncs all that info to your Android app or PC via bluetooth or WiFi.
One small app in your device, giant leap in your lifestyle.
GET ACTIVE. EAT BETTER. MANAGE WEIGHT. SLEEP BETTER.
- Wirelessly SYNC your Fitbit Flex, One or Zip tracker with your Android device. See list of supported devices at www.fitbit.com/devices
- Track your DAILY GOALS and progress over time for STEPS, DISTANCE, CALORIES BURNED and more
- LOG FOOD to see how many CALORIES you consume each day, and manage your WEIGHT over time
- COMPETE and compare stats with your Fitbit FRIENDS
Learn more about Fitbit activity trackers and smart scales at www.fitbit.com
* Defaults "Automatic time zone" to ON instead of OFF
This should fix issue experienced by some users where dashboard shows incorrect day's data after time zone changes (Daylight Savings.)
If you do not want your Fitbit data timezone to stay in sync with your handset's timezone, set this option to OFF on the Tracker Settings screen (tracker tile on dashboard.)
Check out details on sync support for Android:
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.
While it provides the basic info. Some things are irritating like android 4.2 not supported, should have clearly mentioned in the box. Turns out that laptop is needed for data sync. Somehow sleep logging does not work for me in the UI , and if by any chance you feed incorrectly, you have no way to correct, or I do not know.
While I really like this app and its convenience, the latest update was not a good one. Manually adding in my weight lifting has now become twice as click intensive, the app continues to ignore that I want background syncs, and maintenance on the system seems to have tripled without any bug fixes. While I do really like the app and use it all the time, several tweaks will be necessary before I can
Constant issues with "maintenance". Fitbit site is always down.
I haven't been able to sync my fitbit with the app ever since I installed the new update. It keeps telling me to try and restart my Bluetooth. It is very inconvenient. What is the point of having the app if I can't use it.
After this update i can no longer: access saved food items, log saved cuatom exercise, trust calories left info. Namely all functionality for which I would consider staying with fitbit is gone. I (and most recent reviewers) demand a quick restoral of all functionality lost, if needed at the expense of some of the new (which are useless for anyone biking anyhow). Bad Fitbit! Bad! :P
Used to work just great, now it's not syncing with my HTC
And I thought the worst thing that these guys did was have a recall b/c some of their bands were giving customers rashes. This update is a digital rash.