Fitbit’s Windows 8, 10 App Updated, Solves Login Problems
The official Windows 8 Fitbit app is one of the best health and fitness apps to download and use on your Windows 8 touchscreen or desktop device. We have previously featured an important update that it has received and now it’s time to talk about yet another one.
The previous update that Fitbit had received for Windows 8 users was one of the most important ones, as it added finally the ability to synchronize your Fitbit tracker app with the wireless sync USB dongle. This has been a feature that thousands of Windows 8 users have requested and the Fitbit team has listened to their feedback. However, the app still needs to be improved as it barely has a 3 out of 5 rating on the Windows Store and what’s worrying is that the biggest number of reviewers gave it only 1 star. But I am confident that things will get better in the future.
Official Windows 8 Fitbit app gets yet another improvement
The Fitbit family of products motivate you to stay active, live better, and reach your goals. This app enables you to view graphs of your activity levels, sleep and weight and gives you a clear picture of your health and fitness trends. Important: This app is designed to be used with Fitbit devices. Syncing data from your Fitbit tracker via this computer requires the wireless sync dongle be plugged in to this PC.
According to the changelog, the latest version of Fitbit for Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows RT users comes with a bug fix which was preventing some users from logging in. And going through the feedbacks in the Windows Store, I’ve actually observed that many have given the app a bad rating because. Now I’m informing you that these issues are behind, so let’s give Fitbit yet another chance. Follow the link from below to download it if you don’t have it already running.
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