FitBit Comes to Windows Phone
Windows Phone has been the black sheep of the mobile operating systems since it was released back in 2010. The platform has been in a constant struggle to get both developers and consumers excited about the operating system. However, in recent months, it seems like more and more developers are starting to develop applications for Windows Phone.
The latest developer to take the leap is FitBit. FitBit brings not only the application but connectivity to its numerous wearable technologies such as their activity trackers: FitBit and FitBit Flex. The application launched slightly over 2 weeks ago in the Windows Phone App Store and is downloadable for the very affordable price of Free. The applications brings with it a whole load of features which include wirelessly synchronising with your FitBit device and also tracking your activities. It also brings along with it an extensive library of food which can be accessed by the user to monitor their food intake. However, to download and install the application you will need to have Windows Phone 8.1 installed on your device as well as the recent Cyan update.
This could be the start of more developers coming onboard Windows Phone in light of the improvements being made in both Windows Phone hardware and software. FitBit took the leap in light of the improved Bluetooth performance in the Cyan update for Windows Phone.