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#272961 27-Jul-2020 16:00
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Greetings

 

 

 

Currently have a fitbit charge 2 (on its second battery and 5th strap), and also have a fitbit aria scale.

 

I am looking at getting a Mi-Band when this Karks it, but am curious if i will be able to get all the data in one app,

 

ie weight and steps or will i need to login to multiple apps, I got conflicting info regarding their compatibility with third party apps like google health, so just wondering if someone has actually done it,

 

 

 

thanks





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  #2529671 27-Jul-2020 16:21
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The Fitbit ecosystem is very closed - as Withings. You can sometimes sync weight data between some platforms. Other will allow steps out to specific services e.g. to Google Fit. You will have a hard time keeping data from different platforms together in a single place. 





 

 

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  #2530090 28-Jul-2020 13:57
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Thanks for that





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