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Find Even More Uses for your Fitbit Data with the Fitbit App Gallery!

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You can find all of the great apps that work with Fitbit in one easy location at our App Gallery! There’s currently eight different apps or websites we integrate with that span a variety of functions, from organizing your health information to finding even more motivation and community for your fitness goals. And they’re all completely free!

Ever since we first launched Fitbit there’s been a lot of interest in app developers wanting to create more uses for the Fitbit data, and we’ve been excited to see what they’re coming up with. We’ve also heard all of your feedback about wanting more sites to port information into Fitbit, or vice versa.

With the App Gallery, you can take your Fitbit data with you to sites and apps we’re partnering with. If you’ve been logging food on LoseIt or MyFitnessPal, you can now sync that information to your Fitbit.com account – and vice versa! Join a group challenge at Endomondo for some extra motivation, or track your heart rate with Digifit.

The App Gallery is something we’ll be continuously adding to. Any developer can make a Fitbit app with our API, so keep an eye out for many more apps to come!

Do you have a favorite app, or think you’ll try something new from the gallery? Let us know at welovefitbit@fitbit.com or “Like” us on Facebook to discuss your favorite app with other fans!

8 Responses leave one →
  1. Kathleen Kline permalink
    February 9, 2012

    I’d like to see a way to link my data to SparkPeople.

  2. Anna permalink
    February 9, 2012

    Hi, will Fitbit ever join up with the Weight Watchers app? It would be great to link the two and make it easier to obtain the correct activity points earned in a day. I’m waiting for that pairi g for sure! Thanks for your great product and website!

  3. Candace permalink
    February 14, 2012

    It would be great if you could sink up other health records such as myhealth.com. This connection could be secure and confidential so all lab results throughout the year could be logged automatically to your account and tracked so you could see your cholesterol level graphed and how the results correlate to your diet and activity level. What I love most about this app is that it’s always at your fingertips, it would be nice to log in your medications and the dosage so you can have a list handy in case of an emergency and so you can log the time you took it.

  4. Mark permalink
    February 29, 2012

    I really like the “scan barcode” functionality of the Lose It app that enables me to easily scan a food product that I’ve eaten and have it upload into my Fitbit food diary.

    Questions:
    1. Is Fitbit developing the same functionality rather than needing to use both products?
    2. Is it possible to have Lose it scanned products upload into Fitbit individually rather than as a meal with all items aggregated?
    3. Is there effort underway to enable us within Fitbit to chose these uploaded scanned products as favorites so they can be chosen directly from Fitbit list of foods for future meals.

    Ideally, it would truly enhance Fitbit’s value to have the scan barcode functionality themselves.

  5. Michael Cooper permalink
    June 6, 2012

    It would be great if fitbit sync’d with sparkpeople

  6. Debbie permalink
    July 7, 2012

    I am fairly new to this site. I have been using MyFitnessPal to log my food for over a year. My food syncs over to this site. Do I need to enter my food again to use the Food Plan?

    I showed my doctor my fitbit and he was very impressed. He loved that I now have a goal of 10,000 steps. As I get going, I will probably up that amount.

  7. Dawn S. permalink
    January 19, 2013

    I love that MyFitnessPal links with fitbit. I have used that app for a long time!

  8. Paula B permalink
    December 25, 2013

    I would love to be able to use this as a HIIT/tabata interval timer – it could vibrate at XX second intervals (and I’d like ability to program/select the number of intervals and interval lengths) – app, please!

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