Sync Solver for Fitbit

Sync Solver for Fitbit

By James McAndrew

  • App Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2014-11-18
  • Current Version: 2.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 13.91 MB
  • Developer: James McAndrew
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 9.0
App Ratings: 4
Based on 889 Reviews

Sync Solver for Fitbit App Description

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. Featured by: Gigaom, Mashable, MacRumors, AppleInsider, TechRadar, 9to5Mac, LifeHacker, Wearable World News, and many more. Recommended in "How to Make the Most of Apple's HealthKit in iOS8" on Need to sync from Health to Fitbit? Check out Sync Solver - Health to Fitbit as well. Data types supported: - Steps - Flights Climbed - Walking + Running Distance - Weight - Body Fat Percentage - Body Mass Index - Sleep Analysis (In bed and asleep time) - Water - Dietary Calories - Resting Calories - Active Calories Notes: - 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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App Reviews

  • So so

    By mcahill85
    The app works, but doesn’t quite ever finish the sync. My biggest grievance is that the developer has a website with faq’s, but there is no means to contact them to report/discuss a problem.
  • Doesn't work

    By Mandonrocks
    I read on googe that this app would sync up with apple health so I purchased it, but when I tried to sync things up it gave me an error message. I then tried to fix some other things, and still no sync! This app dissapointed me and I do not recommend it. In my oppinion it was a waste of $3.

    By anamariecox
    I should have looked at the version history (it's been a year since updated) to realize this wouldn't work, but I didn't. Learn from my mistake!
  • Disapointing

    By Kbaisa
    Doesn't do what I want it to do. Does not sync heart rate data which is what I really wanted. I should have read more about the app before purchasing it, so that is my fault, but it had a giant heart icon sooooo I kind of thought that was what it did. Oh well, I only lost $1.99
  • App no longer works

    By Robin Lamb
    App worked great. No longer syncs.
  • Does not automatically sync

    By eclecticlibrarian
    I’ve got all the settings right, but after a few months of syncing manually, it still doesn’t sync on its own. Seems to sync the data I want when I do the manual sync, at least. Would give it four stars if worked as advertised.
  • Unable to sync

    By Healthy1002
    Yes no help with FAQs for solution to error 500. Don’t waste your money on this app, it simply doesn’t work!
  • Sudden “Fitbit unavailable (500)” Error

    By Alex 小美
    This app was working great until a few days ago when it stopped syncing and was giving this error. Logged in and out of both Fitbit and the app over and over and nothing seems to fix the problem. The error or question also isn’t featured in the FAQ... I feel like I wasted my money. There’s no support email either.
  • Incorrect info recorded

    By devaz frogi mom
    I’m looking into getting my money back. This app unfortunately has not yet recorded any of my info accurately. It keeps doubling everything which is not good since I am using it for Lark which is my heath app paid by my insurance company. Hence the necessity for precisely accurate information.
  • Successfully syncs Aria with Apple Health

    By OriginalRC
    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.