Fitbit MODDED 2022

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Fitbit is part of Google. Together, we can make health and wellness features more accessible to more people.

Say hello to one of the world’s leading apps for health and fitness. Use the Fitbit app on its own to track basic stats and stay motivated on your journey. Or, get a Fitbit tracker or smartwatch to see how your activity, workouts, sleep, nutrition and stress all fit together. Either way, you’ll find the information and inspiration you need to reach your goals—all in one place.

Access innovative smartwatch apps & fresh clock faces.

Works with all Fitbit trackers, smartwatches, scales & other Fitbit products.

Start a 90-day trial of Fitbit Premium for personalized guidance, customized health programs and 240+ video workouts you can do at home.

GET ACTIVE: See how small moves add up by using your smartphone to track steps and distance. Or pair with a Fitbit tracker or smartwatch to see all-day stats like steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed and active minutes.

WORK OUT FROM HOME: Access video and audio workouts that you can do on your time, right from your living room. You’ll find sessions for HIIT, cardio, strength, yoga and more. Plus, start a 90-day trial of Fitbit Premium to unlock 240+ workouts from popular brands like barre3, Daily Burn and POPSUGAR.

SLEEP BETTER: Discover how long and how well you’re sleeping, then improve your nightly routine with Fitbit’s innovative sleep tools—including a nightly Sleep Score, sleep goal setting, bedtime reminders and graphs that show your time in light, deep and REM sleep.

MANAGE STRESS: Listen to audio tracks to lessen your stress and improve your mood. Use mindfulness to start your day a better way, find moments of calm and set intentions with meditation or get help falling asleep with stories and relaxing sounds.

EAT SMARTER: Keep your nutrition in check with easy-to-use tools to set goals, log food and water, track calories in and out and see if you’re getting enough protein, fat and carbs.

TRACK HEART RATE: Understand your overall health by using your watch or tracker to record your heart rate 24/7. In the app, find valuable data like resting heart rate trends, time spent in heart rate zones during workouts and a cardio fitness score.

Fitbit Premium:

– Monthly and annual plans available that include habit-forming programs, audio & video workouts, and advanced insights.

– Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period.

– Payment will be charged to your Google Play Account when or shortly after your trial or subscription expires, if applicable. Upon payment, users can see the cost of renewal in their emailed receipt or Play Store order history.

– Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user’s Account Settings after purchase.

– Any unused portion of a trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable.

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* Bug fixes and performance improvements.

* Improvements to Estimated Oxygen Variation and weight trends chart layout.


44 comentarios en "Fitbit MODDED 2022"

  1. Brittany Howard dice:

    Overall, I enjoy this app, but it will not sync to my watch. I get false affirmations when I set alarms and reminders, only after I realize “Hey, it’s past the time I set my alarm/reminder, why didn’t it go off?”. The syncing process glitches and takes forever to get it to work again. I really do love the app overall, but I frequently use the alarms/reminders and it’s really getting annoying.

  2. William Baker dice:

    For the most part, the app works great. On occasion, there is an issue where the watch won’t sync with the app and I have to either wait and it will eventually sync, or I just restart my phone. I like seeing my sleep, resting heart rate, steps, and activity which keeps me on top of my overall well being. UPDATE 5/4/22 This app has been running flawlessly. I like the tips they give you each day. Now, if only the watches lasted longer.

  3. Jessica McNutt dice:

    Every couple of weeks or so the watch loses connection with my phone. The only way to fix it is to uninstall and reinstall the app, sometimes multiple times, and go through the whole setup process. Ain’t nobody got time for that. What’s more, if I want to dive into any of my data beyond a very minimal display of the information, I need a premium subscription. It feels like an annoying cash grab. I have done the trial of premium and think those features should not cost extra.

  4. Andra Sims dice:

    I know this issue isn’t just because of the app but the syncing process is always terrible. I don’t know if you guys could fix it by adding Bluetooth capabilities to the watch itself or what because it is frustrating when the watch un-syncs itself. It makes me want to switch over to a samsung watch. UPDATE: Still terrible, horrible customer service help.

  5. I want to love my app, but there is some stupid bug that is not allowing the Bluetooth to show as paired iwhen in fact it is. I’ve tried every troubleshooting hack/suggestion I’ve seen and this issue has prevented me from being able to set up my Inspire 2 device. My Charge 2 that I’ve had for years, I’ve deleted and set back up without issue. So I now have a brand new device that I can’t use. This is a fail in the app side and obviously, I’m not the only user that is suffering.

  6. Syncing doesn’t work for my Google Pixel watch. Fitbit has really screwed up. It’s constantly not syncing, and I bought my watch because the fitbit feature was supposed to be a big deal for the watch. It doesn’t matter how many times I uninstall it, restart it, and log in and out, it will still decide not to count your steps after a while. I’m so freaking frustrated.

  7. The app itself isn’t bad. Fitbit as a whole sucks…. my charge 2 worked perfectly for several years. I finally upgraded to a charge 4 with some birthday money I was given. I was skeptical after reading a few bad reviews but most were good. Exactly 1 year and 5 months later my charge 4 is junk. Multiple issues later, now it’s completely dead and because it’s passed the 1 year warranty all that’s offered is a 30% discount. I can’t afford to purchase a new one every year, regardless of discounts

  8. Used fitbit for years no problem, now all of a sudden devices won’t connect to the app. Called customer service all they could tell me in the end after all the troubleshooting was there was nothing they could do and they sent me a code for 35% off my next purchase. No thanks. I have 3 devices that will not connect…it is not the device it seems to be the app itself.

  9. Love the app. Been using it for several years with no issues. I’ve always had a Versa. Had the 1, 2 and now the 3. Love the device as well. The only thing I wish the app had was a Find My Watch option. We can use the Find My Phone option on the watch but there isn’t the reverse option in the app. That would be super helpful.

  10. Took long enough for an update. I’ve used fitbit for years, and I’ve had overall good results. However with the prior update, my fitbit luxe stopped connecting to my app, meaning most of my data wouldn’t convert to other apps accurately. As one of the big name health apps, I’d expect faster response time to fix an issue that greatly impacts their users. Regardless of that, it’s a good app for insight, but don’t take all those numbers too seriously. Instead, use them as guidelines!

  11. Update…still have my Versa 3 and I am loving it. It seems like ever since Premium became available I have been having issues receiving text/phone notifications. They are either very delayed or don’t go through. I have to restart my device several times. I don’t have the premium and I don’t want it. I just feel like there is a major delay. I have had the Versa for 18 months and it worked great up until a few months ago. Any suggestions?

  12. Please bring back the continuously scrolling timeline! 🙂 Right now, I can only view entire periods, such as one week always beginning on Sunday and ending on Saturday. I used to be able to drag my finger and have continuous control as I look backwards in time. But now, if it is currently a Sunday or Monday, then that’s all I can see as I want to compare to recent days. (Basically, if I’m looking at the Week view, I want to be able to see the past 7 days.)

  13. Sleep tracking is glitchy. When I sync most times the sleep doesn’t sync properly. I’ll see the time on the main screen but not on the sleep log. Also won’t show the sleep score on face of watch. Recently phone calls and messages have stopped coming through the watch. Can’t seem to fix this issue. I’ve issues nonstop with Fitbit regardless of the watch. Kind of getting sick of it and ready to dump them overall.

  14. In past few months, I have trouble with it synching. I’ve turned it on , off tried different things. Now it’s saying it doesn’t have enough data to measure my sleep data. I may need to upgrade to a better watch but may check out other than Fitbit types. It seems to track steps just fine.

  15. Dana Gee dice:

    EVERY day this app says “sit tight, sync is taking a while”. Sure would be nice to sync when I want to instead of the app deciding to do it whenever. They have been using the same handful tips for years. Seriously, just shut them off if you can’t come up with anything new. Other than those two things, I appreciate the info the app provides.

  16. The app disconnects from the fitbit device all the time, and it can’t be reconnected unless you plug in your fitbit to the wall, very inconvenient in the middle of a trail run. NO OTHER BLUETOOTH DEVICE REQUIRES THIS, just fitbit, it’s like they’re deliberately discouraging outdoor fitness. Also, the fitbit trackers themselves only last a few months, and fitbit doesn’t give refunds for their overpriced and cheaply built tracker. Tech support is useless unless you can plug in your device.

  17. M dice:

    Appreciate the app overall and the update but wish we could choose to use new vs the old mode for heart rate. The new one is harder to look at specific spikes than the old one and to select times in the day, I use this to track when my heartrate is getting to high and not being able to go back to see when it spkikes is really inconvenient. The only setting that shows up is to make new heart rate zones which I already have set up. Accessibility really went down with the update

  18. Todd S dice:

    1/28/23 Google is driving Fitbit into the ground. 7/28/2022 the new update made more problems, didn’t fix old ones. New phone still syncing problems. The syncing only works if I turn off iphone Bluetooth. 5/24/2020 –>It has syncing problems. I would not recommend getting a Fitbit. <1 year the band broke. A few firmware updates, still syncing problems. Why purchase the expense plan when it doesn't work well to begin with. 3 stars to 2. 3 months and still syncing problems with my Samsung C7 Pro.

  19. Versa tracker gave me stats as I was swimming. Replaced it with Versa 2 and it doesn’t give me this feature. I have to check the Fitbit app on my phone to see laps, yards, avg. time per lap, etc. Unable to really push myself, or improve because in the pool, I don’t know how I’m preforming. I’m returning this tracker. An article I read said this function does work, but many swimmers are having the same issues I am. Customer Service hasn’t helped me. No more Fitbit for me.

  20. Diane Y dice:

    Got a new device won’t sync and it’s frustrating cause it renders the fit bit useless because it won’t connect to my galaxy 22. It finds it but won’t finish connecting. My daughter is so upset cause she can’t use her watch. It says it’s been updated on the the fourth of January but it’s still not working after. So upsetting and the app won’t let you connect you to consumer service. Please do something.

  21. When is the next update coming for Android users?! Ever since my Flip 3 updated in December, my fitbit won’t sync with the app at all. This is getting ridiculous. Why is it taking so long to roll out the update?! I’m really annoyed. I can’t use my fitbit to its full capacity because of this syncing issue. This needs to be resolved ASAP. It’s been a month now.

  22. Sync was fine with S22 when phone was new but suddenly ceased to maintain a BT connection. I could care less which side is at fault, as I am stuck between them. Boo for incompatibility! Edit: Another update, another broken core feature. The App must now be open on my phone for the watch to connect. Manual syncs work reliably, but good bye notifications on my wrist! 👎

  23. Caleb dice:

    This app works fine, but there is one feature that I really need: the ability to trim exercises. I can’t even count the amount of times I started an exercise on my Fitbit, and accidentally left it on for an hour or 2. I would really appreciate the ability to trim down exercises that I do, to include only the parts that I did actual exercise on. The screen for it could include graphs such as my heart rate, my miles per hour, and other stats. That’s an idea that I hope that Fitbit will make.

  24. I’ve had my watch and this app for a couple of years, and it usually works fine, if a little slow. But the syncing suddenly stopped working. It keeps saying it needs to pair with the watch to sync, but the watch is already paired. So it spins while it tries to pair, never pairs, and now it won’t sync. It’s amazing to me how “fixes” for things I don’t care about always seem to break the things I actually need.

  25. Fitbit will no longer sync with the app. I tried all the suggested fixes to no avail. Now I can’t even use my fitbit as a watch. It is incredibly frustrating to spend so much money on the tracker only to have it be useless less than a year later. Not cool. I highly recommend using a different tracker if you want reliability. Also, the band attachment broke and I have to glue it to fix it. Can’t use my fitbit swim tracker anymore, which was one of my favorite features.

  26. It reminds me to walk and keep track of my water intake. Time change problem has been correcte, but all the “updates” ruined the app. It used to be easy to see the data you are interested in. Now they have a PERMANENT ad for Premium that takes up a third of the screen and cannot be removed. That pushes the info you DO want farther down the screen. Also, you no longer can rearrange the data you want to see to show first and either remove or move choices you don’t want or use. Delete one star.

  27. This is my 2nd fitbit versa. My previous one, having the swimming option, was water damaged. However, I did like the functions. So I went and bought the Versa 3. Was working fine for the past year, but now it doesn’t connect, works when it wants to, and getting quite frustrated with it already. Whatever updates were done, they’re not working

  28. I got the Luxe fitbit in July and everything was great! It all synced with my phone and was able to get text & email notifications also. Then it suddenly stopped getting notifications. It won’t sync anymore even after doing all the troubleshooting. Today it has been running 3 minutes slower than my phone time and I have checked the time zone setting etc. This sucks! Why is this happening???

  29. Just bought a new fitbit inspire 3. Couldn’t tell you how it works since it won’t sync to the app. Read reviews that this has apparently been a problem for alot of people for months and has not been fixed. It’s just a screen that keeps flashing to sync to my phone. No steps, no time, no nothing. So I’m pretty upset and returning it. Could have been a cool device. Guess I’ll never know.

  30. The latest update has destroyed my battery life unless I turn off Bluetooth. The watch is constantly syncing and draining much, much faster than it used to. Previously, I charged the watch once per week and now it can’t even last 4 days with all phone functions disabled (no texts, calls, etc). They need to bring back the option to disable automatic sync and allow manual sync only. AWFUL update.

  31. There has been a recent, wide-spread issue with getting your device to sync with your phone. I have spoken with customer support multiple times & just now, I was assured the issue is fixed, & I just need to troubleshoot again. It didn’t work. According to the app, there are no updates to install, & my phone is compatible with my device. Even before this issue, the app is not great, & working with customer service is beyond infuriating. Both the device & membership are a massive waste of money

  32. Bwalya dice:

    Generally a solid app. The Stairmaster doesn’t capture the effort accurately. I usually just use “workout” as an alternative but flagging here for the dev team. Hopefully, it doesn’t mean all the other tracking is incorrect. Edit: Not sure what’s happening here but the watch isn’t tracking HR anymore. Please fix your software or send an update through. Can’t advocate for a poor product

  33. Anna Vorn dice:

    Not anything to write home about. There are too few mindfulness videos for it to be good for that. The calorie counter doesn’t allow you to customize calories, so it’s no good for anyone with a medical condition who needs different macros, pregnant women, breastfeeding women, or anyone with thyroid issues. It’s a really subpar app, especially if you compare it to other trackers. Fitbit may be the big name, but they do not have the most features, and the features in the app aren’t adaptable.

  34. Bluetooth shouldn’t require internet. I just use this app for seeing my step count. I use a Fitbit inspire 2 on a clip on my belt, sometimes it is not easily accessible. If the Bluetooth is on, why can’t my app connect to my device? It just tells me that I need to connect to the internet. If the fitbit has the information, and the phone is connected to the fitbit via bluetooth, you should not need the internet.

  35. I love my Fitbit. I’ve had some health issues and I can watch what my body is doing while figuring out what I can do. If something changes, I know it’s time to head to the doctors. I like being able to see the average calories burned to calories eaten. I’ve maintained my weight better than ever. I wish they added a journal so I could log any abnormalities to the day. Sick, stressed, celebrating, drive all night… Knowing what happened might explain why some patterns might change that day.

  36. I have a Fitbit Inspire 2. Active just over a year now and it’s been nothing but problems for months. I’m constantly having issues with syncing and can’t get it to sync at all now. Software is up-to-date, it’s been rebooted multiple times, phone has been restarted, Bluetooth turned off and on, and I can’t find anything to go past that so when it all fails, I can get it to work again. It just absolutely will not sync. Can’t update firmware because it won’t sync w/ the app. Useless at this point.

  37. I have had multiple Fitbits over the years and generally like the app. One of the reasons that I stuck with Fitbit instead of switching is that on the surface they play well with others and allow you to pull in data from lots of other apps and platforms. However when pulling in that data, heart rate data is NOT included. This renders the “readiness score,” useless. That is really the only premium feature that I am interested in so definitely will not be keeping the premium subscription.

  38. The biggest detractors for why I gave 3 stars is that it isn’t that amazing compared to other similar apps. The pay wall for access to some info the watches collect is annoying and even after the pay wall most of the information isn’t presented in a manner that is that useful to me (graphs without numbers or charts without enough description). Food tracking is nice, but not as many options as some other apps. It’s good, but it needs to do better to get more stars. I’ve used it since 2013.

  39. Bought a Charge 5 in August. It was great. Then it stopped syncing about 3 weeks ago. And it had the wrong date. After following all troubleshooting steps I decided to clear the data to see if that helped. It didn’t and now it’s useless because it won’t connect. I just have the setup screen which eventually times out and goes dark. Do better.

  40. I’ve had a Fitbit for years, but I’m switching to Garmin because of the app. Since I started training for races, I am paying more attention to the stats and realized that my runs are rounded to the minute. It’s important to track performance and I need to be able to see it down to the second. While the watch itself shows the run to the second, there is no where to see that data in the app. That’s a deal breaker for me.

  41. Update: I now can’t even sync the app with my fitbit. Since the Android 13 update my phone campy connect. I’ve tried all the troubleshooting; I’m just stuck waiting until the update the app. Apparently, this is a problem that affects the Samsung Fold and Flip. Between the Charge 5 and the July 2022 app update, I’m seriously considering jumping ship. I used to be able to tap the graphs to enlarge them and evaluate data – more they are just useless and hard to read.

  42. Z Fold 4 and Fitbit are not compatible, and based on the many reviews I’ve read, it sounds like there’s no answer if/when the problem will be resolved. This is a bummer, because I’ve enjoyed Fitbit for many years, but I need my watch to tell me more than just the time, so it looks like I need to shop elsewhere for a compatible alternative.

  43. My fitbit stopped syncing to the app after a Samsung software update on December 30th. The sleep info is my favorite feature of the app, but it’s lost now that it can’t sync. Reading other reviews it seems like other Z Flip 3 users are experiencing similar issues, but it’s unfortunate that an update hasn’t been put out yet. I’m on a free trial for premium and feel bad for people who are actively paying for this.

  44. Bluetooth doesn’t stay connected. My phone connects to versa 3 controls through Bluetooth then just sporadically loses connection. When the app was connected it could not control any app like Spotify through the Fitbit app or the smartwatch. All permissions are on everything is on and granted. Smartwatch is worthless if the program doesn’t work. I’ve had the watch for about a year and it’s always been like this. It’s worthless.

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