Download Latest Version of Fitbit Desktop for Windows 8, 10
We have talked about the touch version of Fitbit for Windows 8,10 multiple times in the past, as it has received important updates. But now we’re having a look at the companion software of Fitbit to be used in the desktop interface of Windows 8 and Windows 8.1, 10
Fitbit is one of the best health and fitness apps currently available in the Windows Store and there are only good words to be said about it, but if you are interested in the desktop software that lets you set up a new Fitbit device or synchronize with the wireless dongle, then that’s what this article is about. The software isn’t too complicated and doesn’t have plenty of features, as its main job is to send data to Fitbit’s servers. You can do the same thing with the touch version or with other mobile apps.
It is really easy to set up a new Fitbit device, and all you have to do is to download the free software to link your device to Fitbit’s servers. At the moment, you can synchronize the data from the following devices – Force, Flex, One or Zip. I have a good old Zip myself and I’m very pleased with its features. Having used Fitbit Connect on my Windows 8.1, 10 laptop, I can say that the software works flawless and does the job as it’s supposed to.
Download Fitbit software for Windows 8, 10
Update for mobile apps
Albeit the official Fitbit Connect desktop client for Windows 8.1, 10 hasn’t been update, it’s been reported that the mobile apps have received quite a revamp, so go ahead and push that update as soon as possible.
Albeit there aren’t too many changelogs available for the official Fitbit software for Windows 8, 10 we will try and inform you whenever an important update has been made available.
This specific update was released on September 8, 2015 but a detailed changelog hasn’t been provided, but most likely there have been released various other bug fixes and minor improvements.
Download Fitbit for Windows 8, 10 [Version 188.8.131.5227, Updated Jan 10, 2014]
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