Fitbit has this week released a new update to its Android application, which brings with it support for syncing your fitness data over Bluetooth 4.0 connections.
The Fitbit Android App has been designed to enable users to track food, activity, weight, water, sleep and see how your daily choices affect your daily health.
The currently range of devices supported includes the Fitbit One, Fitbit Zip, and Fitbit Flex wireless activity trackers, that will now sync directly with select Samsung devices via the latest Fitbit Android app.
Other new features include the ability to create and edit silent alarms, support for international food databases, distance tile on dashboard and a push notification setting in the application.
“People are realizing that they are more active and can get more fit when they are more connected and aware of their fitness activities,” said James Park, CEO. “An activity tracker transforms into a meaningful product when it makes a difference in your life, gets you to move more. We believe that is achieved through creating a great activity tracker that syncs with the devices you are currently using. Our goal is to provide the best customer experience on the devices people want to use, whether you have an Android or iPhone smartphone, a computer or a tablet, or all of the above.”
The Fitbit fitness application for Android is now the first and only to offer Android Bluetooth 4.0 syncing. To download it jump over to the Google Play Store.