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Introducing Fitbit MobileTrack



If you have an iPhone 5s and the latest Fitbit app, you’re ready to experience Fitbit MobileTrack. With just an iPhone 5s, you can now track basic health and fitness activity including steps taken, distance traveled and calories burned.

Here’s how it works. MobileTrack taps into the iPhone 5s M7 coprocessor, letting you track your daily activity and see your fitness trends right on your smartphone: steps taken, distance traveled, and calories burned. With an iPhone 5s, download the latest version of the free Fitbit app and you’re ready to go!

In addition to basic activity, you can also log food and weight directly on the app, set goals, see progress and use easy-to-read charts and graphs to view activity trends and get more active. You get the same in-app social and motivational features as Fitbit trackers, including friendly competition with friend-to-friend messaging and community leaderboards. And MobileTrack increases the base of current Fitbit users, so you can invite even more friends and family to help reach their health and fitness goals!

With MobileTrack and an iPhone 5s, you get an introductory experience to fitness tracking. Take it to the next level with a Fitbit tracker to get the 24/7 benefits of Fitbit activity and sleep-tracking when your phone is not on you.

The latest Fitbit app with MobileTrack is now available for free download in the App Store, and will be coming soon for use with select Android devices.

6 Responses leave one →
  1. Troy permalink
    January 6, 2014

    Thanks for continuing to add features. To build on this, would love to see a feature that the iPhone 5S could be used as a “backup” tracker. I sometimes forget to grab my Ultra in the morning – would be great if my iPhone provided the data that it could so that I would still get “credit” for my day.

  2. Sherri V permalink
    March 12, 2014

    Would love for the next software/app update to be a heart rate monitor. Would love to only have to wear one gadget.

  3. Shridhar permalink
    March 18, 2014

    Thanks for MobileTrack in iphone 5s. Nexus 5 also has a similar pedometer chipset. When is new fitbit app coming with Nexus 5 support ?

  4. leah permalink
    March 26, 2014

    I love my Fitbit, but am bummed you don’t have an interactive/syncing app for Windows Phone. Would love to know when you plan to develop this API.

  5. Mollymagee permalink
    June 28, 2014

    Noticed this updated on my iPad version of the app. When will this update for android phones? Looking forward to using this!

  6. Luna permalink
    September 9, 2014

    Well I have a HTC one so this is a waste of time for me

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