Fitbit to Apple Health Sync

Fitbit to Apple Health Sync [Health & Fitness] App Description & Overview

myFitnessSync - Fitbit to Apple Health downloads your entire Fitbit history from Fitbit.com and stores it on your iPhone in Apple Health. After syncing your data manually for the first time the app will auto-sync your data in the background multiple times a day.

Works with your Fitbit Ace, Alta, Alta HR, Blaze, Charge, Charge HR, Charge 2, Charge 3, Flex, Flex 2, Ionic, One, Ultra, Surge, and Versa. Also work with you Fitbit Aria scale.

myFitnessSync - Fitbit to Apple Health syncs up to 14 fields. You can customize the app to only sync the fields you want
- Steps
- Weight
- Resting Heart Rate
- Walking + Running Distance
- Active Energy
- Resting Energy
- Dietary Energy (Food Calories)
- Sleep Analysis
- Time In Bed
- Time A Sleep
- Body Fat Percentage
- Body Mass Index (BMI)
- Lean Body Mass
- Flights Climbed
- Water / Hydration

Fitbit to Apple Health Sync transfers years of data - your entire Fitbit history. Our app will not overwrite any Apple Health data. Any Apple Health data you might have will not change.

NOTE: Fitbit restricts access to all-day heart rate data. We hope to have access to intraday data soon

Over 3,500 5 star reviews! The app is syncing Fitbit data to Apple Health for over 50,000 people for last last 3 1/2 years. Rock solid syncing technology.

Looking to sync your Apple Health app data or Apple Watch data to your Fitbit app? Try our other myFitnessSync app: Apple Health to Fitbit Sync - http://appsto.re/us/yJr7jb.i

WHAT OUR USERS ARE SAYING
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5/5 "This app is awesome! I have an iWatch but I love the Fitbit! Finally an app that puts all my info in the iPhone health and does it correctly! Thank you" - TTWalker57

5/5 "Hard to beat software that works well!" - ican'tthinkofagoodnickname

5/5 "This is the Best app to Sync Fitbit data to Health and it works perfectly. Auto sync feature works great. This is the best sync app I ever used. Best Buy!" - Karthikeyan
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Sync your Fitbit data to your wellness and rewards programs such as Go365

Syncing your Fitbit data everyday with myFitnessSync - Fitbit to Apple Health for your iPhone allows you to use the Apple Health app to view your Fitbit data and any other fitness or medical data in one app.

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To remove all your Fitbit data from Apple Health and resync - delete our app, install it again, launch the app and click "Sync Now"

USER REVIEWS

"myFitnessSync" - "Very easy to use with my fitbit app and health app"

"Does what it says it does" - "So pleased to have my Fitbit info sync to My Health app on my iPhone 6. No problems at all so far"

"Does what it claims" - "The amount of money and time that have been wasted could have been saved if I had come across this app first. Thank you!"

HOW DOES IT WORK
Data is synced using 3 easy steps. After your first sync you can use One Click Sync

1. In the app, sign into Fitbit.com using your account credentials
2. Pick the fitness fields(steps, sleep, etc..) you want to sync with Apple Health
3. Click the "Sync Now" button to start syncing your Fitbit data with Apple Health

To avoid seeing duplicate activity data in the Apple Health app disable fitness tracking on your iPhone. Go to Settings->Privacy->Motion & Fitness and disable "Fitness Tracking"

Please Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can decrease battery life. Our tests have shown that our app only uses 1% of your battery while running in the background

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Fitbit to Apple Health Sync Comments & Reviews

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- Just what I needed

I got an Apple Watch for Christmas from my wife, after using Fitbit for years. I wasn't sure if it was even possible to transfer my Fitbit data over to Apple Health, but then I found this app. It's a really good value for the price, because without it I would have had years of data just sitting on my Fitbit since I love my Apple Watch and primarily use Apple Health now. This app is a very valuable tool for anyone trying to sync years worth of Fitbit data history over to Apple Health. It is useful in other ways too though. A few weeks ago we went to visit my parents down in Florida, and I left my Apple Watch at their house by accident. I didn't realize until we were already through security at the airport! It wasn't a big deal though, thanks to this app. This is what inspired me to post the review. Since we got home I've been wearing my Fitbit every day instead. The app automatically syncs my data to Apple Health every day, I don't have to do anything. My parents are visiting us for Christmas so it's only another week until I get my Apple Watch back. But until then I'm fine using my Fitbit - I can still see all my data on my Apple Watch as though nothing has changed. I did have a small issue with set up but the FAQ helped me and the support team was really helpful too. All in all, definitely glad I downloaded this app!

- Syncs my Fitbit data like a charm

I got a fitbit for my birthday but I prefer using Apple Health to store my data. I was hoping there would be some way to transfer data from Fitbit to Apple Health on a regular basis, preferably where I didn’t have to do it every single day. This app works very well, highly recommended for anyone who needs to transfer their data from fitbit to Apple Health. I followed the instructions as written and had no issues. The process is pretty simple, you log in to your fitbit account, go back to the app, and hit sync. I did actually have one issue where there was a problem getting my fitbit profile but it turns out it was my fault – it was because I didn’t give the app access when I first installed it. It was a very easy fix and easy to find in the Frequently Asked Questions. This app is taking data from one platform to another so it makes sense that there are a few things that could go wrong. As long as it’s easy to figure out I don’t mind. I wish Apple and fitbit would play nice but what can you do. All in all Im very thankful for this app, I get to use my new fitbtit but I can continue seeing my data in Apple Health and not have my data spread out in two different places! I think my wife will be getting a fitbit soon too so I’m glad we know about this app.

- Syncs my Fitbit data to apple health

I downloaded this app because I have been using a Fitbit for years and I recently got an Apple Watch. I wanted to transfer my Fitbit history to Apple Health so I can have all of my data stored in one location. Luckily I found this app. With this app I was able to sync 3 years of data from Fitbit to Apple Health. Now I am able to fully enjoy my Apple Watch! (sorry Fitbit). The app works really well and the instructions are clear. It worked for me the first time using it. They also have an in depth Frequently Asked Questions page that covers a lot of different contingencies. I woulr recommend this app to anybody who is looking to transfer their Fitbit data to Apple Health, especially if you have years worth of data. I haven’t found another app that syncs your whole Fitbit history. There are a fair amount of bad reviews on here from people who clearly did not read the instructions. I honestly don’t know how you could mess it up, it’s so easy, but syncing data between two different companies I guess there are a few things that could go wrong. In summary this app works exactly as promised. It is also very easy to use.

- Syncs fitbit history and auto syncs daily

This app is awesome, I was able to sync years of Fitbit data to Apple Health. I have been a Fitbit person for years and never thought of somehow syncing my data to Apple Health. It's nice when the data is in Apple Health because I just like that dashboard a lot better, it works better with the iPhone and everything. The best part is the app will do an auto sync every day, so I don't have to manually go in and sync. My workouts and steps just show up in Apple Health like magic. The app is very simple to use, it's pretty self explanatory but there are instructions and an FAQ that I used for one issue. My husband also uses the app because he got an Apple Watch, so he can sync all of his years of Fitbit data and start using the Apple Watch seamlessly. He even uses it to sync workouts which is awesome because he does a lot of cycling, running, and strength training workouts on Fitbit. I synced all my past yoga and stair climbing workouts. It also syncs sleep data which is nice. Overall, if you're switching from Fitbit to Apple Watch or if you just want to sync your data to Apple Health for easier use, I would recommend this app.

- Fitbit Data Sync to Apple Health Worked

App works great. Synced all my data on the first try and does my syncing for me every day with auto sync feature. I am able to use my fitbit for running, going to the gym, etc, and see all my steps and other data on my iPhone. This is super convenient for me because having my data in two different places was getting super annoying. It’s honestly pretty ridiculous that Fitbit doesn’t integrate with Apple automatically but I guess that’s par for the course these days. My wife uses this app as well because we got Fitbits at the same time and are training for a marathon together. The only annoying thing is that you can’t participate in fitbit challenges, but if you actually take the time to read the description, the developers are very upfront about this limitation. I did have one issue where I was getting MORE data on Apple Health than I had in fitbit. But I contacted support and they were very helpful, there is an FAQ for this exact problem. It turns out I had fitness tracking enabled on my iphone so it was counting steps from my phone too. Very easy to fix.

- Great For Anyone Moving On From FitBit

Many have left FitBit or may in the future for better companies (especially since Google bought FitBit). This app is simple to use and imports your FitBit data to Apple Health which many fitness watches and apps such as MyFitnessPal and Argus can then use if they don’t already import straight from FitBit. This way you don’t lose your information when you move up in the world for fitness apps. Once imported to other apps and watches you can close your FitBit account whenever is convenient for you without losing your information. With Google buying FitBit and your information it’s more important than ever to leave FitBit behind! This app is perfect to help you do that.

- Pretty Weird

Received a Charge 3. Of course, no user manual but I expected that. Tried to set-up Fitbit acc’t from iPhone 6S but wouldn’t connect. Downloaded the App for $5.95. Couldn’t use App without Fitbit acc’t. Rambled on over to the computer. Set-up acc’t and found that the Fitbit App should not be downloaded before acc’t set-up. Too late for that tidbit of news! Still, tried to work thru the problem. Went back to iPhone, opened App, and logged into acc’t. Selected ‘Fields’, etc and chose ‘sync’. Said no. Asked me to download ‘Health’ App. Did so. Of, I know there’s nothing in health App to Sync but it tried. Told me my device was sync’d. But nothing in iPhone, nothing on computer, and the Fitbit won’t turn on. Somehow I don’t think it matters. I’m pretty sure it won’t work either! Now I’m no technophile but I’m certainly no amateur at these things either. My take is this: if the manufacturer of a product doesn’t care enough about their customers to include a “Getting Started” instruction manual in the product box, I don’t think they deserve my business. Unfortunately, this Fitbit is going in the trash.

- Doesn’t work for Pokémon go users

I am a mom that plays Pokémon go, but I don’t like carrying my phone. So my husband bought a Fitbit for me awhile go. None of the data between Fitbit would go to Pokémon go and/or Apple health app directly smoothly. So I downloaded this app in hopes it would transfer my Fitbit data to Apple health app. That part worked beautifully which is why I rated the app 5 stars as it does what it states it does. However, none of that data in my Apple Health app transferred from Fitbit counts towards Pokémon go. So I will be getting rid of this service and purchasing an Apple Watch.

- Counterintuitive and would not recommend purchase

I purchased both this app and the myFitnessSync Health to Fitbit version, paying nearly $10 for the pair. I was firstly enthusiastic about this purchase because it does assist with conjoining all health information to the Apple Health app. However, the supposed automatic communication has yet to function, despite tweaking permissions. By my experience, syncing only occurs manually by pressing the “Sync Now” button. In addition, because I had not manually synced my information through the Fitbit to phone prior to going to bed, when I synced in the morning, it only registered my movements when my phone was on my person. As a result, over 8,000 steps and 78 active minutes, etc. recorded by my Fitbit are missing on both my iPhone Health app and Fitbit app. I tried syncing with the Health to Fitbit as well to remedy the error, and it did nothing.

- Eh...

I’m a loyal Apple user, iPhone and Apple Watch, but I cannot wear my Apple Watch to work. Bought a Versa Lite, approved for work, and frustrated I could not sync data with Apple health. Really just looking for steps and activity/calories. This app does sync steps, but even though it says “active/resting energy”, that does not appear to sync. Overall, not as seamless as I would have liked but it was hard to wade through all the info and reviews to determine if it was going to work before buying. Six bucks I can’t get back, but I’m not torn up about it...Fitbit really just needs to get over itself and allow for data sharing with Apple. If anything, I think they’d see an increase in sales, where they’re spouting “competition!”

- Don’t waste your money

What a waste of money!! Seriously people don’t do it! I watched numerous videos and “help articles”. It will not sync to my Fitbit. I get the error getting Fitbit profile cannot sync. I did follow the suggestion to contact support for help. I did and got more frustrated. I sent a detailed message and the reply was basically to check out FAQ and to make sure I had included information. When I replied I honestly did a cut a paste from my initial response. All information that was needed was sent originally 😩.

- The only app that worked!

I just needed a 1-time sync that went all the way back to my Aria scale weigh-ins in 2012... this is the only app that did it! One suggestion to the developer, offer a way to bulk select data to remove. An annoying feature of Fitbit is it stores the same weight for every day until a new weight is logged. I am trying to remove the redundant data, but can only do it 1-by-1. 😳 Add a feature like that and you’ll be 1 step ahead of any other app that also syncs data.

- Common Repository for Health Data

I have a Withings (now Nokia) Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor and Wi-Fi Scale and a Fitbit Surge Tracker and Aria Scale. I purchased them all over a period of time in an abortive effort to have one place to store all of my fitness data. I even bought an iPod Touch to access the Apple Health app in hopes of consolidating all of my fitness data. I am now where I need to be thanks to the myFitnessSync app. I'm just stuck with an extra Withings Wi-Fi scale since it will not sync with my new 5G router but at least I don't have to buy any more devices.

- Bought Bundle

Well. I had been using a different app and probably should have just stayed with that one. But I wanted to try and have a sync going both ways in order to keep everything the same. Unfortunately syncing with this app messed everything up and destroyed by Fitbit data. By destroyed meaning deleted some data, added data in other places. Just made a mess. Now, I wish I hadn't purchased. Wasted my money. If the seller offered a free version to try, I would have found out it wasn't the app for me. But I got suckered in by all the "5 star" reviews touted by the seller. If you want to use this, then do it as you start your Fitbit journey. That way no worries about loss or corruption of data. I was very sad to see all my progress destroyed.

- Essential for Fitbit users

This app is awesome! Easy to use. Works perfectly for syncing FitBit data to Apple Health. I’ve used it daily for a couple of weeks and have found no duplicated data and nothing has failed to sync. Pricey but worth it and superior to all the free apps I have tried. It would be great if fitness apps just talked to each other but until then this app is essential. Thanks for this app!

- Love this app, but...

This is everything I wanted. I love that it syncs my Fitbit info into my Health data and gives a more clear picture of my overall health. The only reason I can’t give it five stars is because sleep doesn’t sync correctly. It doesn’t sync the total day’s/night’s sleep. If I wake up for any extended time at night and go back to sleep, it only syncs the first few hours to Health and not the whole night. I have to then enter it manually in Health. I’ll change to five stars if that can be fixed. Thanks!

- Not as advertised.

The app does sync your Fitbit information to Apple Health, but what it doesn’t tell you is the extra steps needed to make sure that the Apple Health app reads the information from your FitBit and not your phone. Additionally, it says in the description that the information will sink automatically throughout the day after the first manual sync, but I have had to do it manually every time. I’m almost positive there’s a free app that also makes you do it manually. I payed for this app under the assumption that it would sync automatically, so I’ll be trying to get a refund for this and downloading the free one.

- Gets stuck and doesn’t work. Total junk.

This thing is supposed to do one thing and only one thing and it fails to do it. I followed instructions step by step. Come to the last step and click the Sync Now button. It says In Progress. Please Wait... and you wait and wait. Nothing happens. Gets stuck. Total piece of junk. Their responses to all bad reviews is thousand of people use it every day to sync their data. Yea right. Don’t spend a penny on this thing. I bet they wrote all the good reviews. Doesn’t even deserve a single star. If you sort the reviews by date, all recent reviews are bad. May have worked at some point but doesn’t work right now.

- Works but annoying and manual

The app works but it’s all manual. You have to remember to sync or else it won’t do anything for you. Also, every single time you sync it will nag you asking you for a review. I’m really upset about this considering it’s as annoying as an ad. Is the developer so desperate for reviews that there is no functionality to remove this “feature”? Either way, those are the two serious faults in the app that ruin the user experience and make it feel like you’re using shareware of the 1990s rather than an app you’ve actually paid for.

- Weight data issue?

It seems to pull over my weight data from my Fitbit aria scale as daily averages rather than the individual data points? So now in my Apple health data I see 365 data points each at 11:59pm one for every day of the year, even on days I did not weigh myself. On days I did not weigh myself it seems to be taking “averages” between actual data points. Why can’t you take the actual data points and let Apple health make its own chart instead of adding all those extra averages?

- Awesome app! Super helpful!

I wasn't even sure that such an app as this existed, until I googled "can Fitbit sync with Apple Health" and this popped up! This app works very well (flawlessly, as best I can tell)! It syncs my Fitbit with the Apple Health application on my iPhone, making it easier to sync with other health apps that I use. It has been an excellent addition in my means of tracking healthy habits!

- Sync works

I have been a Fitbit user for YEARS!! Recently the IOS and Fitbit updates stopped me from receiving text alerts; for my business, this couldn’t stand. I purchased an Apple Watch and love it. I have a fitness community on FitBit I challenge constantly. I like that I can sync between apps now. Except I am unsure if the steps count towards challenges. If this is a possibility, then this review would have 5 stars. This is day one, so let’s see how this goes.

- Useless - UPDATED

Don’t waste your money. I can’t get it to log into my Fitbit account. Keep getting an internal server errors page. Emailed support days ago. No response. I’ll be requesting a refund but don’t expect an answer there either. 8/1 update - the app released a new version which fixed the issue. I was able to get everything synced. Honestly, I would probably say skip this and just do it manually. Takes about the same amount of effort. Seems to work fine for now.

- It’s better than most but room for improvement

The app works well just make sure you turn the iPhone fitness tracking off. It’s easy and clean. For me the gap is in the data it pushed to the health app. It only pushes one heart rate and I would need the full day heart rate to understand when it goes too low. That would be very useful, because the heath app will now have the full trending data of your heart rate.

- Constant problems

This app works once and then I get “Error getting FitBit it profile. Cannot sync”. I followed the instructions on the web site (delete app from FitBit site, re-add it) and that gets it to sync. Once. Then the next time I try to sync, I get the same error, and I have to go through the whole thing all over again. I have done this several times now and it’s not worth the trouble. Does anyone else see this issue?

- Doesn’t work as advertised

Great idea, but frustrating. The app does not sync by itself as advertised “after syncing your data manually for the first time the app will auto-sync your data in the background multiple times a day”, so I have to go in and do the update manually everyday. It also doesn’t sync all of the data. The data is consistently lower in the Health app which I will contact support about. Too much money for all my manual effort.

- Does the job

As Fitbit won't play with Apple they'd rather the makers of this app get rich, apparently. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ The app does exactly what it says, syncs your Fitbit data to Apple Health through a manual sync/push, and then Health can write the data to whatever other apps you have linked. Sorted. Remember to switch OFF your fitness tracking through Health or you'll get wacky results.

- FITBIT is greedy and won't share with any other app.

After doing some research, I realized FITBIT has refused to work with any other company/app. I almost dropped FITBIT as my go to health tool until I found this app. This app is a life saver!! It allows you to load your FITBIT info in one click to Apple heath, for example! Thank you developers, you guys made my day and I love you for it!!!

- Works as Promised!

I have the Oscar insurance app that pays me for my steps but only by counting Apple Health stats. Being a long-time Fitbit owner had me in a bind. A quick google search shows Fitbit and Apple aren’t on speaking terms. Even Oscar’s own Cust. Srvc. had no workaround. This app fills the gap. It loads your Fitbit data to Apple Health and that’s it. No ads either. Even if you can’t connect the app to your Fitbit profile immediately due to an error, they’ve got people that’ll respond (in my case) in 2 days via email. Thanks Chris! I hesitated about paying for this at first but it works as advertised. I recommend it for any Fitbit owners that need to upload into Apple Health.

- Fitbit—> Apple Watch Transition Perfectly

Did exactly what it says it does. Because Apple Health doesn’t use the data the same way as the Fitbit app you don’t get exactly the same analytics (for example, the sleep data just gives you in bed/asleep rather than including REM and Deep Sleep stats), but that’s down to Apple’s programming, not this app’s!

- Great!!

It is one extra step to take by synching and opening the health app. But it makes everything much easier to input automatically versus by hand. Hopefully they Will figure out how to have an automatic sync occur between the fit bit app and Health app without any manual intervention. Keep up the great work!! Awesome!!

- Doubles Steps

Bought this app as I like the Apple Health app and how it ties to other health apps but this is now doubling some steps as it takes all my steps from Fitbit but keeps at least some steps that my phone records instead of just my Fitbit steps. I’m consistently showing 25-30% more steps on my health app than my Fitbit. I would prefer to continue using the health app with steps included but may need to turn that feature off altogether.

- “Error getting Fitbit profile”

I’ve had this for three days and it has taken me over 30 min of trouble shooting / logging in and out of the app / etc before finally getting it to sync. It is like a never ending record of this error message that will haunt my dreams: “Cannot Sync: Error getting Fitbit profile”. Well sorry to your “help forum” solution but I did “leave “profile” checked”. I replied there saying that solution didn’t work (as did many others) and no one replied. This app is stupid. I don’t know why it has 5 stars. Refund please!

- It worked great at first

After syncing the first time I thought it worked amazingly. Then I tried syncing again an hour later with the one click sync button and it took the data from Apple health and changed my Fitbit data to what was in my Apple health. So I had 1100 steps on my Fitbit app and 970 in my Apple health app. I clicked the sync button and that changed my Fitbit steps to 970 and kept my Apple health steps 970. I made sure that I was using this app (and not the app that uploads data from Apple health to Fitbit). So my Fitbit data is messed up from this.

- Workouts not Synced and Double counting

Had high hopes for this app and it really works great for everything else,...except also syncing the workouts that my Fitbit Alta HR records. With it would be great, but this is a key part missing... Update: after several days of use I’ve noticed that it adds the FitBit steps to the ones the Health App already counting. That paired with not being able to sync the workouts is quite disappointing. Will be uninstalling and don’t waste your time and money

- Horrible

I purchased this app and the one that’s bundled with it. I’ve been using a Fitbit for years until they decided to stop selling warranties with their watches. Now I have an Apple Watch. I’ve wasted $11 on these 2 apps since I have to delete mobile sync in the Fitbit app first then add it again to get the info to sync from the app and my Apple Watch. It’s such a hassle and time consuming. It prevents me from participating in challenges through the Apple Watch and deletes steps when synced also. I would not recommend this app.

- Good solution

I have both apps in the bundle, and several fitness apps that read/write to HealthKit. It took a bit of patience to figure out how to configure everything so that they sync they way I want. Make sure you read the instructions, and turn off Apple's built in motion tracking. One odd thing is that writes all weigh-ins as having occurred at 11:59 pm. This causes my workout app to always pull in yesterday's weight.

- Erased ALL my active minutes

After most recently syncing both directions with the apps from this developer not only were all of my active minutes deleted from this calendar year, but now Fitbit is showing me exercising for 7 hours of walking every single day since then. My wife had the same problem a couple weeks ago and we weren’t sure what the problem was (Fitbit couldn’t fix it), but I now I’ve had the same thing happen to me after syncing with these apps.

- Not sure the problem.

Saw the bad reviews and was hesitant. I got an error message when I first tried to sync. I tried a little trouble shooting on my own and that wasn’t the problem. Went to “help” and the answer was the first thing that popped up. Synced right off.

- Worked perfectly!

This app did exactly what it said it would do, and quickly. It synced 7 years of data from my Fitbit to Apple Health in about 3 minutes. I'm so relieved that in making the switch to an iwatch that I didn't have to lose all of my Fitbit data. Thank you!

- A “back door” solution!

For some reason my Fitbit lost its connection to healthywage, and I just couldn’t get them to sync back. I was losing steps on Healthywage! IDK or care if it was Fitbit or healthywage’s issue but I saw this app and tried it. Now I have healthywage connected to Fitbit through this app and it works! Thanks!

- Very useful

Used it several times a week to synch my fitbit to apple health. Once setup it is easy to use! I just wished it knows that I just synched fitbit within hours so it does not need to open fitbit again to resynch prior to opening the health app. Other than that, I like the app!

- Aria Scale -> Apple Health

So I have had the app for 10 minutes and it solved a problem I was wondering about forEVER. Don’t know if autosync works yet. But even if I have to one click manual sync everyday, still worth the 6 bucks after spending 500+ on a watch and a scale.

- Bad to worse.

Had the app for over a year now. The update process isn't automatic. You have to manually open and sync every time. To make matters worse the developer added a CATCHA security process that's frustratingly long and arduous. Spending over 8 minutes completing random CAPTCHA. IT'S going from bad to worse. Find alternatives!!!

- Fitbit sleep to Apple health works great!

Once I got an Apple Watch I only used Fitbit to track my sleep, but the two never communicated until I found this app. Works great! Have to manually sync the info, but it just takes a couple seconds. Love it :)

- Error: Unable to access Fitbit account

6 or 7 attempts to get this to access my Fitbit account produced nothing but frustration. According to the app I had successfully logged into the FitBit account, but sync continually failed. Update tp previous review: Issue was partly due to browser security settings on my device. App is syncing as advertised!

- $4 workaround

This app is a workaround to let you since your Fitbit data to other apps via Apple Health app. It does take patience and reading a bodini typeface on screen (guys, please change it to something easier I read in paragraphs). The only weird part is logging everything as 11:59pm. Even am would at least be same day. I’ll bump up the stars once that is fixed.

- Good but....

This app gets your FitBit data into Apple Health add promised. However it timestamps everything as 11:59 pm as opposed to the timer of sync. This throws summer things off. For example, LoseIt imports this data and sees that it's not 11:59 pm yet so it assumes it's yesterday's data. Since I'm using this app specifically to get the data into LoseIt you can understand that I'm nitty happy. I'd raise my rating if this could be fixed.

- Doesn’t sync workout data

This app does everything it promises, but strangely doesn’t sync workout data. I spend about two hours a day at the gym, and the most important information I need sync’d is for the workouts I endure. Pretty upset that I’m out $6 bucks for an app that’s worthless to me, but that’s on me for not thoroughly reading what the app will accomplish.

- Does exactly what it was supposed to!

About 5 minutes of my time between downloading and installing then synching and I migrated all my Fitbit data from YEARS past to Apple health and it matches up. Thank you for a reliable transfer app!

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- Connecting is everything

So glad I found this sync for Fitbit. Now the true value is reflected in on my best loved gadget from my most loved app. Thanks. Works every time.

- Finally, a solution to FitBit foolery

I have been waiting for years for the ability to export my FitBit data easily, including being able to share it to Apple Health. This app performs as advertised. Imagine how happy you will be to see your FitBit data in Apple Health & buy this app. Worth it! FitBit’s short-sightedness has finally been fixed, many thanks to the developer team. 5 stars.

- It doesn’t sync cycle information

The app doesn’t sync cycle information for women and also it doesn’t sync information back to your fit bit app if you use your Apple health you have to buy two separate apps I thought this kept the data up-to-date with both apps but it doesn’t that’s not really clear in the information and also missing the cycle sync is a lot of information missing

- Great support

Initially I had issues with syncing all the fields but got in touch with the app support & they were fantastic! Troubleshot until we found the issue, which was the Apple Health data priority list. Now it works really well. Very happy!

- Misleading

I bought this app because it promised to do what the app I currently use doesn't do -- sync resting heart rate. Imagine my surprise when it doesn't actually perform as advertised. This was a waste of money for me. It works perfectly well for most Fitbit fields, but I'd spend your money on more honest competitors instead. I recommend Sync Solver.

- Calories not updating from Apple Watch to Fitbit

Since July 25th’19, I noticed that calories details are not getting updated from Apple Watch/apple health to Fitbit. I am not sure if it is due to update of the app. I tried o uninstall it and reinstall again but same. Didn’t work. Really disappointed. Even after paying for the app, I couldn’t get what I wanted. Can I ask for refund?

- Period data doesn’t sync

As a women user, period tracking is important but the data from fitbit is not synced to apple health app. Thats very disappointing. I want to get a refund unless developer put the function in shortly

- Data seems to be synced erroneously

Syncing to health app seems to simply add data in a spread over the day. Existing data seems to be retained and simplistically added to with extra data written uniformly across the day rather the syncing each time slot with time based accumulation of data from both sources

- Not syncing automatically

This app use to sync automatically, but recently stopped doing this a few updates ago.

- Doesn't auto sync

It doesn't auto-sync like it says it does and I wanted… it does sync every field I have selected manually with no problems.

- Does what it says

Just synced. Works without any issues

- Does exactly what it's meant to every time.

Worth the price.

- Handy But Bare Minimum

I’m not at all happy I had to pay to use this terrible app, but it does do the job... I wish they could just automate the data transfer so I don’t need to do it manually daily!

- Don’t buy

Don’t buy the app, doesn’t work. I went off all the good reviews and brought it. It won’t do the one thing I want and sync my steps.

- Needs More

It’s ok but doesn’t bring across any swimming or cycling data...

- It's great!

It actually does sync your Fitbit to Apple Health!

- Data gone

Not happy Jan. This the app overwrote all of my weight data in Apple Health and replaced it with ridiculous data. Buyer beware.

- Total waste of money

Doesn’t work. Don’t buy it.

- Can’t sync Apple to Fitbit

Doesn’t do what it says. Waste of money

- Poor

Not was described. Waste of money. Want my $7.99 back!!!

- You’ve gotta be joking!!!

Rubbish app doesn’t work

- Doesn’t sync macros

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- Does EXACTLY what it says

I've moved from Fitbit to an Apple Watch and didn't want to lose all my previous data. After deciding that I wasn't tied to the Fitbit app and could get all the data in Apple Health using this sync, it was awesome to have all my old data moved across pretty easily

- Ugly but works

This is one seriously ugly app, but it works as described so I can't really complain. I did have trouble using it at the start but once you get the concept, it's simple to use. It's basically a set and forget type of app. Recommend getting it if you want to keep that consistency on health app.

- This APP WORKS

I am so skeptical of these types of apps and seriously didn't think this would work well. I'm nearly a week in and I've been proved incorrect! This app works and is easy to use. Love it!

- Duplicates data

It didn't work for me, it will add steps to the info already recorded by my iPhone. So if I walked 2000 steps in a day and my iPhone recorded 1000 already I'll have e 3000 after syncing. Well it makes me fell more active than I really are. Could be fixed in my opinion.

- It works

It does exactly the job I bought it for with no problems But being asked to review again after every update is getting damn annoying

- Great app

Easy to use and at last I can make using my Apple health worthwhile

- Easy As

Simple to use. Now I finally use apple health app.

- good

free, no ads, auto sync

- ❤️❤️it

Love the app

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- Très bien

Très rien mais il manque donner sur les divers entraînements et aussi sur les battements cardiaques durant les divers entraînements.

- Not worth money, deleted it right away.

Waste of money, will sync history when you open the app and ask it to but it doesn’t actually integrate the device. Totally regret downloading, deleted it after I download and paid for it, totally useless.

- Never works!

This is a garbage money grabbing app! It never downloads the steps to Fitbit!

- Not good, need to manually tap “Sync”

Not worth $6.99, should be free. Support team is not helpful, basically they are saying it’s governed by Apple rules that they have no control over.

- Horrible waste of money

It said I had to allow access to the Fitbit app but could never find my account after it made me log in. Would never sync total waste of money.

- Does not sync

I tried all the steps even revoked access to add it back on and the sync continues to fail and does not process

- Does what I wanted.

Not fancy but it works - takes data from my Fitbit app and upload it to Apple Health App. I originally wanted this feature because I have a 3rd app called Deadline that uses statistics and my Health app data to determine how long I'll live (morbid I know) but the date now gets further out when my Fitbit logs activity - which is good motivation to move.

- Misleading

I previously had gotten a Fitbit for a gift but it stopped working then I decided to go to a Applewatch because I use an iPhone. I did however want to continue competing with friends who have fitbits. After watching a few videos and actually read a few reviews that were not great against my better judgement decided to download the app anyways. Well that was a mistake! After some time fooling around with it I finally got it to sync my previous data from Fitbit to Apple Health but my main objective was to see my steps on Fitbit so I could compete. It does not do this? Wants me to turn off my fitness tracker but then the Applewatch doesn’t track? Maybe I’m not getting something right but I have wasted to much time already trying to get this to work. Just hoping I haven’t messed up my Applewatch with all the messing around. I would like a refund because it lead me to believe I could sync steps to Fitbit app.

- Works great!

I’m not sure why there are so many negative reviews, the app works just fine for me and I’ve had it for almost 2 years. I read the description and set my expectations accordingly. It brings my fitbit data over to apple health. Having to manually sync or doubling of data is an iphone setting not an app issue. My aria scale data is syncing correctly and all my data is in one place. Thanks!!

- Doesn’t work

Plain and simple, doesn’t work. I want my money back.

- App is straight garbage I want a refund

Don’t waste your money this app doesn’t do what it says. It’s a scam and I would rather take my money back but won’t ever see it straight garbage DONT BUY THIS APP if I can give this 0 stars I would

- Does what It supposed to

Simple program but does sync Fitbit data with Apple Health. That way if you switch away from Fitbit to other brand - your data is yours.

- Wrong calories sync

When I check in Apple Health the weight is the same as in FitBit, but the consumed calories are wrong. It shows every day around 1900 calories instead of something between 2900 and 3600 as is in FitBit

- Don’t download app I want a refund

Completely disgusted with how much I paid for this app and what it doesn’t actually do basically just made to steal money from everyone who bought a Fitbit ... went to request a refund and it doesn’t qualify like wow I want my money back $9 is a rip off

- Does not work

Bought this just to sync my Fitbit Aria Scale to Apple Health, does not work. Just a waste of money.

- Not great

Some days it syncs, some days it doesn’t.

- Does not work. Do not purchase

Purchased to move Fitbit data over to HealthKit. Does not work on iOS 13. No updates to the app in the last 4 months indicating the developer has done nothing to test the app on the latest iOS. Utter waste of money.

- Failed to sync to Health app

Zero tolerance to buggy apps on the App Store and this one made it to my list

- Do not download

It took all the data on my Fitbit, erased it and gave me all the data on my phone. My steps went from 60,000 for the week down to just over 12,000 as I NEVER have my phone on me which is why I wanted my fitbit to sync to health. This is AWFUL and I have no idea how I’ll get my Fitbit data back!!

- Deceiving

Should sync automatically and it doesn’t. Constantly have to manually synchronize and even more annoying you constantly have to erase your iPhone collected stats or it’s adding with your Fitbit stats, very annoying! Not worth any $, stay with the Fitbit application, you won’t have better.

- Waste of money !!!

Horrible app won’t sync apple to Fitbit watched all videos on how to do it waste of money !!!!

- Great App!

Like many other reviewers who actually understood the description, this app certainly delivers on what it says it will. I’ve been using the two apps to read/write data from Fitbit to Apple Health which is the closest thing to integration I can find without proper integration. One recommendation or update I would request is that the app write the specific workout information including calories and other KPIs, like Fitness Point Pro does. Otherwise great app and i would recommend!

- Doesn’t sync correctly

This app does work but it doesn’t sync things to the wright time it sets all data as if it were 11:59:59 pm so it’s not giving enough details

- Unsatisfied with app

1. Does not sync automatically Fitbit app with Apple Health 2. While manual synced it updates Apple Health with average steps per hour and not actual steps Not happy

- Useless

I have multiple years of fitbit data. App synched only one year to Health app... from 5 years ago! I suppose they want a subscription for each year??

- Works

Does what it says it does. Copies Fitbit data to apple health. No issues whatsoever.

- Works great

Have been using this app for a few months now. Everything works well in synching data from my Fitbit account to Apple Health. Quick and easy.

- Great App, Amazing!

This one actually works! Tried 2 other paid apps garbage! waste of memory. Synced the data from up to 1yr ago in minutes. The only issue I noticed is it appears to have synced the resting heart rate into the heart rate field. I hope this is not a problem when I sync my blood pressure and heart rate. A couple of items I would like to see added are swimming in meters, heart rate profile peak, avg, etc and the ability to sync back 2 or 3yrs Good Job! Keep up the great work!

- Don’t waste your money

Doesn’t work. Waste of money.

- This Works!

Yup, the app does all that it promises but was a little tricky to set up. We use it to send data from a Fitbit Aria scale to Apple Health.

- Works perfectly

Does exactly what it says. It syncs your info from Fitbit to Apple health. ALL YOUR INFO not just your steps. Your sleep analysis, flights climbed, calories, food, drink, etc. I was very satisfied. It updates automatically too.

- Just works

Does what it says

- Awesome

Switched from Fitbit to Apple Watch but needed to import all the numbers i worked for months to Apple Health. This app solved my problem in one synchronization. Highly recommended especially for folks who moved from Fitbit to Apple Watch.

- Just get it!

Works flawlessly. Was afraid data would duplicate but not an issue. Great app!

- Great so far!

Working well so far

- Money Grab

This app is not at all useful.... it just brings data from Fitbit to health app but doesn't sync with iwatch activity ! Disappointing and a waste of money. Beware !!!

- Great app

User friendly and no bugs.

- Not bad...

I just installed it and no issues... Will provide more feedback in a month! 👍🤞🤞🤞

- Too many bugs with this app

I've yet to actually sync this app even once. I wouldn't suggest getting this app until. They can work out the bugs

- Nice!

Works as advertised. Nice and easy to setup and does the job.

- Good enough... for now.

I wish it: - logged heart beat hourly or at some interval we could pick, but more than once a day - logged the details of sleep instead of the generalized "in bed" from start to finish

- Fitbit App

So far so good. I like it.

- Good app

Good app

- does the job

Seems reliable. Pity syncing isn't automated (I had to keep manually syncing)

- So simple to set up

I really like this App. I spent an hour online trying to figure out how store all my health data in one location. I like apple health and Fitbit.... this just made sense! Now everything is synced and current!

- Fantastic

I wrote the developer about a previous version and a beta of iOS 10, they responded within 24 hours and thanked me for the feedback, as promised here is my review now that iOS 10 is released. This version of the app does exactly as described and is as easy as it says. Syncing happens really fast and happens throughout the day. All the fields seem to consistently be getting filled out properly and can't wait for Fitbit to release the full heart rate data so this dev can incorporate that as well. Seeing how well this free app works makes me want to get other apps they develop even though they cost. Very fast at updating issues and replying to feedback even though there's no ads, amazing to see in this day! No need to be kind as the description says when asking for people to review when they've done an amazing job! I've spread the word to all I know and have given up my old syncing app for this. Again, thank you so much.

- Perfect app and works properly

Satisfied

- Works perfectly

A simple and fast way to get my Fitbit data synced with the Apple Health app.

- Awesome

This does the trick and I love it.

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- Best solution for fitbits childish policy

There is no reason fitbit can't make their app work with Apple Health. So I dumped my Fitbit and got an Apple Watch. I still have an Aria scale so I got this app to make it work with Apple Health. Once you set this app up you can forget about it, it just works. Good job.

- Works as advertised.

Easy to set up and use. I haven't had any problems with the app at all. Love the app. The only thing that could make it better would be the ability to schedule a daily sync.

- Finally able to sync to Apple health!!

Got a Fitbit Vera’s but wanted my days in Apple health. Searched online and in App Store. This app seemed the best answer. Was very easy to set up. Some of my data doubled and there was caution on that. Going back and reading fixing now

- Good application! Please add auto sync

I bought the bundle app. I am pretty Hai with the fitbit to Apple I have not tried apple to fitbit yet. But I am happy how it work great job!!! I only have one request. If you could add or if there is a way to open the fitbit sync and in the Background your aplicaron is syncing behind the scenes. So far the best!

- Really does work as expected. Worth the price.

All I wanted was for Fitbit, Apple Health, and CARROT to have access to the same information. Thanks to this app, now they do! It was very easy to do but you have to follow the instructions, as with anything. Thanks!

- It does everything it promises

I’ve used this app for over a year now and it works as promised. I’ve never experienced a single issue and have recommended it to several people that want to sync a Fitbit with Apple health.

- Great support

I’ve been using this for a while to sync data to my iPhone health app. When I switched to a new iPhone X, I had problems getting the app to work so I emailed support and they were very helpful in resolving the issue promptly.

- Worked perfectly!

I’ve wanted to sync my Fitbit with Apple Health for awhile now but I’ve never been able to do it, and this app completely synced everything. It was definitely worth the $5.99!

- Help Please!

My iPhone syncs with Fitbit but not my Apple Watch. I emailed the company and there was someone helping me then he stopped. Does anyone know how to fix this. I have tried everything. I give 3 stars because I've had this app a couple weeks now and it still isn't working the way it is supposed to. Hopefully, someone knows the solution.

- Works for Pokémon Go

I bought this so I could sync my Fitbit app to Apple health, which allows Pokémon Go’s ‘Adventure sync’ to work with my Fitbit. Basically I can hatch eggs and get buddy candy without carrying my phone while I run. Thanks for making this app

- Great Tech Support

I downloaded this app about two hrs ago. It kept crashing as I was trying to link this with apple help. I was beginning to think the app was a waste of money. Within that window of time, the app was fixed and we are up and running!

- Sync not showing accurately

I purchased myFitnessSync and fitbit to apple health today and worked first sync on both. Now it dropped back to my old reading and not the Apple Watch reading. When I went to up day on Fitbit for a group challenge it went to lower number. Pls help me fix this! I paid thinking it was a great app! ~Maria

- Working as advertised with no issues!

This application sings my data that I need I have not run into any issues and it has been a reliable companion in my exercise tracking.

- Easy!!!

After using Fitbit for several years, I got a new Apple Watch 4. This app was so simple to use and transferred all my data to the Health app on iPhone within about 3 minutes. Thank you!

- Simple and MUST HAVE!

Searched for days trying to find an app that would sync my Fitbit to Apple Health.... amazing how simple and easy to do. If you are a Fitbit user and have a IPhone you must buy this app, its worth the money. Thank you!

- Couldn’t figure this out

This app had a pretty good concept if only it worked, I was trying to follow the instructions, but nothing was working. Also there are way too many confusing instructions and info. Now I’m out $6.00. I had the error instructions come up on my screen, so I tried following those steps, but when I attempted to add this app to my Fitbit applications it wouldn’t show up, so I couldn’t sync my Fitbit.

- Perfect for loading Fitbit to Apple Health

If you get the access error, be sure to see the instructions for revoking the Fitbit application rights on Fitbit’s website. Then it worked flawlessly! Great job on this one developers!

- Great app!

I do not normally rate my apps. But I realize the importance since I have tried many syncing apps to work along with my health app. This is super easy to sync. It works seamlessly to sync my Fitbit to my health app. Love it! I'd give it more stars if I could.

- Added over 1000 incorrect data points

I was looking for a way to communicate w the developers but this is not readily apparent so I am leaving this review. For some reason this app “made up” data points for my weight and added them to my Apple Health record. So strange. I am having to manually delete them all. On the bright side- it did record my steps from Fitbit.

- You made a difference

I had just found a UNICEF app to help children by getting physically fit. The only problem was my Fitbit wouldn't sync with the app or my health app. Thank you for creating a go between.

- Error getting Fitbit Profile RESOLVED

Turns out when you set up the app allow access to all data and then just choose what to sync in the app.

- Happy with MyFitnessSync

The app was easy to setup and has worked like a charm during this first 24 hours of use. I wish it would synchronize automatically. It does the job as advertised. Keep improving the app. You have done good work.

- Works great!

I’ve had this app for over 6-12 months now and it works great syncing my Fitbit to my Apple health! (I wish the other app worked to where you can sync Apple health to Fitbit)

- It doesn’t sync detailed Heart Rate

I want the detailed heart rate data transferred from my Fitbit Alta HR to the Apple Health app on my phone. It does NOT transfer detailed heart rate info, just the daily average, so if you want to see your rate for a particular workout via Apple health you can’t. I think that info should be clearly stated in the app description.

- Doesn’t actually sync?

Don’t know if I’m doing anything wrong, but this doesn’t seem to actually sync anything. Just seems to push the info from the watch to my health app. The health app will show I have 3,000 steps. The watch will say I have 3,600 steps. Go to sync, and the health app suddenly shows 6,600 steps. This really doesn’t help. How can I get my $5 back?

- Make sure you buy the right one!

It’s hard to review this app because I accidentally bought the wrong one. I ended up having to pay twice. Don’t bother buying them separate and just buy the bundle! Once I bought the correct app, it worked well.

- Fitbit Aria to Apple Health

I downloaded this app once my Fitbit Aria scale finally bit the dust. I didn’t want to lose 3.5 years of data and this app quickly and successfully migrated that data. $6 well spent!

- Sync your own data & quit after 3 months!

Are you kidding me? You have to manually sync your own data from this app to get the data to the other app. So why did I pay $5.99? I thought that’s what I was paying the app to to do!? What a waste of money and my time! Update: 8/19 After just over 3 months the app stopped uploading data all together. Contacted the developers twice for help.

- Works with Fitbit Aria Scale too

Working great, now bringing over my fitbit data including the Aria Scale. All of my fitbit data is in Apple Health which is now linked to my account at the Drs office. Great to have everything available in Apple Health.

- This is a happy-making and labor saving app!

Happy to have this app to synchronize several other apps I use to track my fitness, weight, food I take and so on. It all works well and seamlessly.

- Fitbit To Apple Watch

Worked great. Straight forward directions & does what it’s supposed to do. Thank you for offering this app. I’m happy to have all my data in one place now.

- App works just fine

I’m not sure about these other reviews but this app works as expected. Very simple to use. It first syncs the Fitbit, then it syncs the Fitbit to Health. I don’t see the problem...

- Review

I don't completely understand what this is supposed to do and it vibrates at the strangest times. Also, why am I being charged for this???? I am a weight watcher member and I got this from my registration to weight watchers. I'm not sure I want to use the Fitbit if I have to pay to use it and pay for wt watchers

- Easy to use

This is a very nice app. It's easy to use, very quick, and it makes daily tracking much, much easier! I highly recommend it.

- The only app which I could do sync and use my watch.

Thank you very much.I have buoght my watch six month ago but only this app runs my watch in a very good way. Best Regards

- Couldn’t get it to work right.

I was really hoping this would work but I couldn’t get it to sync right. I wanted to continue with the Fitbit challenges but it wouldn’t sync correctly. After 2 days of constantly checking my watch my phone trying to get it to work I am giving up.

- This app works great

I finally got this app to work right. For some Reason it would deduct my Apple steps from the Fitbit steps. But once I turned everything off it worked out just fine.

- Now this just bits

I have both apps and I have ask for help but nothing has happened. I sent two emails. Reading the other reviews makes me think it's me. I'm sure that's why you thing too but if I'm try to send info from my apple to Fitbit why is it not working. As I report before I got both apps. I'm was not trying to get a new Fitbit but if hats the case then I need my money back.

- Does what it says it does

The developers fixed a problem preventing sync with Fitbit. The app does what it says it does and I can get my weight from my Aria scale onto my Apple Health app now

- ZERO STARS!!!!!!!

Had to tap a star to finish this review. Honestly ZERO STARS!!!!!!! A big waste of my money. Been trying to use this app for 24 hrs now and it’s still syncing when it was only suppose to take 5 min. I can understand maybe 20 min, but 24 hrs????!!!!!! Ridiculous!!!!! I’ve been trying to email for support I have yet to get a response. TAKE CAUTION!!!!!! If you are wanting or thinking about using this app.

- Doesn’t consistently work

It works for a few days then it stops working, three different trackers all with different data, not sure which is accurate. Apple Watch counting the steps that are supposed to be transferred into the Fitbit app and health app and they all show different numbers at the end of the day.

- No way

I hate this app and it’s counterpart. It made my iPhone steps trump the Fitbit steps, my Fitbit only sees the iPhone steps. I don’t carry my iPhone with me so this is not the desired result. You have to load two apps, so $5.99 ends up costing another $5.00, way too much for unintended results. I’m totally unhappy and now have to figure out how to get my Fitbit app to read the Fitbit steps as opposed to the heath steps 🤦‍♀️

- Has never failed me

Just flat out works and has for two years. Never an issue. I gave four stars because it is a manual sync which is fine for my needs.

- Very happy!

I use an Apple Watch during the day and a Fitbit Blaze at night. Using this app keeps all of my data from both devices synced in one place. I love it!

- Works great

Allows me to sync my Fitbit scale data directly with the Health app where all of my other Watch data resides. Well worth the price to have this info seamlessly linked.

- Fast and Accurate

Most reliable of all the Fitbit sync to date. I've since deleted the others

- Works as advertised!

The only downside is that the app doesn’t seem to update if you switch away from it (which the app warns you about) but hopefully some day it will.

- Easy Set Up

It walked me through the set up very easy. Today is my first day using it, so I might come back and leave a longer review.

- Great Solution

The sync was simple and effective. Unfortunately it added my Fitbit on top of the data already had in the Health app. But after tomorrow this should no longer be an issue.

- Does not work

I got this app hoping to integrate my Apple health to my Fitbit data. The app does not work. I am able to sign into my Fitbit account but I repeatedly get a message saying unable to sync. I followed all of the instructions in the help section and it still won’t work. Extremely disappointed that I spent $5.99 for an app that doesn’t work.

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Fitbit to Apple Health Sync (Version 1.6.5) Install & Download

The applications Fitbit to Apple Health Sync was published in the category Health & Fitness on 2016-07-18 and was developed by Bickster LLC [Developer ID: 599177362]. This application file size is 8.16 MB. Fitbit to Apple Health Sync - Health & Fitness posted on 2019-12-10 current version is 1.6.5 and works well on IOS 10.0 and high versions. Google Play ID: com.bickster.myFitnessSync

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