Fitbit App for Windows 8.1, 10 Gets Serious Update
We’ve talked about the official Fitbit app for Windows 8 users quite a lot in the past, covering multiple updates and even detailing the desktop client, as well. And now, a new important update has made its way on the official release notes. Read below for more details on this.
If you have got a Fitbit device, such as Flex, Zip, One or maybe a smart scale, and also a Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 device, then you need to go ahead and get the latest official Fitbit app from the Windows Store. Now you have one more reason, as the latest update has been made available for download (link at the end). If you are interested in some of the best Windows 8 health and fitness apps, have a look at the previous top that we did. With a size of slightly more than 2 megabytes, Fitbit can be used on desktop and touch Windows 8, 8.1 devices and also on Windows RT.
So, according to the changelog, here’s what has been changed:
- Fixed a bug preventing some users from accessing their data
- General fixes and architectural improvements
Therefore, if you have been having problems with accessing or synchronizing your data, then this should’ve been solved by now.
The previous features are still there, such as the ability to sync your Fitbit tracker with the wireless sync USB dongle, see daily and historical graphs of your step, calorie burn and floor climbing patterns, get geedback on progress against your daily and longer term goals, have a look at Weight, Body Fat and BMI trend graphing and visualize your nightly sleep patterns.
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