Fitbit finally available on Windows Phone

Slowly but surely, Windows Phone is closing the app-gap between itself and iOS and Android. Following the release of Uber last week, another high profile app is joining the Windows Phone ecosystem: Fitbit. As on iOS and Android, the app lets users sync their trackers with phones to view real time and historical data, set goals, and log meals.

By Alex Choros

Slowly but surely, Windows Phone is closing the app-gap between itself and iOS and Android. Following the release of Uber last week, another high profile app is joining the Windows Phone ecosystem: Fitbit. As on iOS and Android, the app lets users sync their trackers with phones to view real time and historical data, set goals, and log meals.

While there have been unofficial Fitbit apps developed for Windows Phone, this release makes Fitbit the first fitness tracker to be officially compatible with Microsoft's mobile ecosystem.

The Fitbit app is available for download now, and is compatible with Windows Phone 8.1 smartphones.

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