I have an iPhone so Android version won't suit me. There are actually plenty of similar options for iOS not even considering the fact that a bunch of apps are still going through the development bostonunisoft.com/ios-apps.html , so yeah, not a big deal
I just want to add my voice to the list. I was using Samsung Health and Google fit. My Google Fit wasn't reading all of my steps. In a few hours I walked over 3300 steps according to my S.H. but my Google fit said I only had 453. That can't be correct if you walked for over 2 hours......So Google fit has been deleted....
I'm sorry, I don't have an answer for that. It may be due to the various types of Androids out there, whereas iOS is one type. I assure you though, that I have passed along the requests from this thread.
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Is SparkPeople considering the ability to Sync Samsung Fit? I have the Samsung Galaxy S7 and love the SHealth and will be purchasing a Fit in the next weeks. I am a premium member here and love it, however, I have enough trouble tracking in 1 app, much less two. Thanks
I love my Fitbit - but sometimes forget to wear it. I USUALLY have my phone on me, though. I don't have the Gear Fit - just the phone app. But the phone tracks all sorts of exercise (steps, automatically) and even has a built-in pulse oxymeter. Pretty cool.
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Me too! My 4th FitBit just bit the dust and so I decided not to buy another one. I have a Samsung phone so that tipped the scales in favor of buying the Gear Fit, and so far it works fantastically. But I'm really missing that auto-sync feature with SparkPeople.
I agree. This would be a great and helpful feature. I just purchased a Samsung Gear fit and if S Health & the fit were compatible with Spark People, which I don't want to stop using for my tracking, it would make life so much easier!
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I searched SP looking for the same information. Bummer.
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