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#197977 20-Jun-2016 20:44
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I have yet to find a good, complete sync solution that allows me to use different devices (Fitbit steps and weight, Withings steps) and see results on a single location. seems ok but very basic charts and information also it is not a complete "sync" but more of a "download". When I tried getting data from Withings and Fitbit and send back to Fitbit it doubled the Fitbit steps - obviously not tracking sources, etc.


Is there any other service that you tried and worked?


Does Strava records steps or exercises only? And can it get data from other sources such as Withings and Fitbit?

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  #1577419 20-Jun-2016 22:02
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I don't think such a service exists.


I use tapriik  to get activities (runs, swims etc) from strava and garmin connect into runkeeper and smashrun.  But steps i just have to leave in garmin.


Fitbit doesn't like importing from anything....and even if you can get it to accept steps, they're manual and dont count towards your challenges etc.



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  #1578547 22-Jun-2016 17:44
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tried myfitnesspal?  pretty sure all the fitbit stuff syncs there and many other devices

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  #1578559 22-Jun-2016 17:49
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Sounds like a business opportunity...

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  #1578580 22-Jun-2016 18:10
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What about Google fit with connected apps? I use fit with strava and it looks like it connects to the Withing also...

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