Fitbit finally goes through the finish line and lands on the Windows Phone Store

Fitbit, one of the more popular fitness trackers, finally scored support for the Windows Phone platform and is now available for download from the Windows Phone Store for each and every device that is running Windows Phone 8.1 and the Nokia Lumia Cyan firmware update. Fitbit is, in fact, the very first fitness-centric app for WP, as the fully-working native support for these got implemented into the latest iteration of Microsoft's platform. As you might remember, the previous version of the platform did not fully support a large array of similar accessories, due to certain Bluetooth-related issues, which have been addressed by Redmond, fortunately.

Similar to its Android and iOS peers, Fitbit for Windows Phone will enable users to monitor the data from their Fitbit fitness-centric wearables right on their smartphones. It enables “automatic and wireless syncing for all Fitbit activity” and allows fitness enthusiast to check out various stats for their ongoing sport activities. The Fitbit app is also endowed with a pretty large database that contains nutritional info for roughly 350,000 types of food, which will surely come in handy to those that monitor their daily calorie intake.

Download: Fitbit (Windows Phone | Android | iOS)

via: The Verge
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