DotNetNuzzi Fitbit Activity Tracker

DotNetNuzzi Fitbit Activity Tracker
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1 MB

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Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8
  • Windows Phone 7.5

App requires

  • data services
  • web browser component
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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The DotNetNuzzi Fitbit Activity Tracker helps you view your activities, food, water, and weight entries wherever you are to assist with tracking your progress towards your goals.  The DotNetNuzzi Fitbit Activity Tracker syncs up with your account on the Fitbit website so you can have an overall view of your stats and back up your data.   A summary of the features are listed below.

- Check your stats for today and up to 2 weeks in the past 
- See your latest Steps, Floors Climbed, Calories Burned, Active Score, and Distance Traveled when your Fitbit Wireless Tracker* syncs with a base station 

- View your logged activities for today and up to 2 weeks in the past
- See your Name and Description total distance and steps logged
- See your total calories burned or a break down by activity logged

- View your logged food entries for today and up to 2 weeks in the past
- See your calories, carbs, food names, brands, fat, fiber, protein, and sodium for food entries logged
- View a total calorie count and a break down by food logged

- View your logged water consumption for today and up to 2 weeks in the past

- View your logged weight entries for today and up to 2 weeks in the past
- View an active chart of the your weight entries to monitor progress

- View your profile information, such as Name, Nick Name, Birthdate, Weight, Height.

Note: This DotNetNuzzi Fitbit App and any information given by it, is for informational purposes only. They are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. You should always consult your healthcare provider before beginning any fitness program.  You must also have a network connection and a Fitbit account to use the app. Fitbit, the Fitbit Logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Fitbit Inc. DotNetNuzzi is not affiliated with Fitbit and Fitbit is not affiliated with DotNetNuzzi.
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  • by Darren 7/19/2014
    Needs attention. I like the layout, but some things don't work.only WP app to track water consumption, but you can't apply what you select to your profile (which makes it useless)
  • by elisabeth 4/30/2014
    Keeps asking for a PIN. Where do I set it up!!! can't even use it How do I get it off my phone
  • by Sean 3/2/2014
    Due to limits with fitbit many people may have had errors retrieving data. I have requested for fitbit to increase this limit and all should be fine soon.
  • by Viktor 2/18/2014
    Trash. None of the features which you see on the attached screens work. Click - error msg. Do not waste ur time.
  • by Nick 12/20/2013
    The features appear to be there to make this a great app. Unfortunately they show to be available for next release.
  • by User 12/8/2013
    Sucks! U can't add anything. It just says to contact support and wait for upcoming new release. If an app is not complete why add it in the store. This would have been a perfect app for me but it is in use.
  • by Hijab 8/14/2013
    Me no likey!!
  • by Mike 5/6/2013
    If you have a WP8 then go with Fitbit Tracker. Much better looking and can do way more.
  • by Matt 4/17/2013
    not much more than a web browser view of the mobile site but I had problems logging in and granting access and once inside the app the screens couldn't send any data (food entries, weight changes, etc) to the server. Not very functional and fairly glitchy navigating between screens. This seems like someone's free time project to learn how to make apps and the FitBit API.
  • by Branton 4/1/2013
    After logging in, nothing works. It doesn't show my data and trying to go to settings crashes the app. I haven't been able to actually use it. The design doesn't blend well into the system. You can't swipe left and right to go between screens. Icons in the menu bar are duplicated in the expanded menu. And there's no contact info on the about page, so this is my only communication channel.