How do I connect my Fitbit account with another app?
By connecting your Fitbit account with another app, you can share data between the app and your Fitbit account.
If you encounter any issues syncing your Fitbit account with another app, contact the developer of the app.
Connect another app to your Fitbit account:
- Log in to your account on the app or website of a company that offers Fitbit integration, such as MyFitnessPal, Endomondo, or Runkeeper.
- Find the section for connecting another account. This section is often called "Apps" or "Connect."
- Follow the on-screen instructions and log in to your Fitbit account when prompted.
For instructions on connecting your Fitbit account with Strava, Weight Watchers, IFTTT, or Withings, choose a section below:
To connect your Fitbit and IFTTT accounts:
- Visit ifttt.com/fitbit and tap or click Connect.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to link your Fitbit account with your IFTTT account and choose what Fitbit data IFTTT can access.
Once your Fitbit and IFTTT accounts are linked, turn on Applets to track your fitness and sleep goals, build healthier habits, and sync your fitness data with other services.
To connect your Fitbit and Withings accounts:
- Visit fitbit.com/weight/withings and tap or click Start the Withings Connection Wizard.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to link your Fitbit account with your Withings account.
When your Fitbit and Withings accounts are linked, your daily Withings scale weight and body fat percentage measurements will automatically show up in your Fitbit dashboard.
Manage the apps connected to your Fitbit account:
Note: To unlink your Withings account, visit fitbit.com/weight/withings, and tap or click Unlink my accounts.
Data shared with third-party developers is governed by the developers’ privacy policies and terms of service. Fitbit cannot remove information they store once you give them permission to access your Fitbit data. You can revoke access for an app at any time by visiting your app settings.
Apps created by third-party developers must follow the API Terms of Service. If you believe an app is not following these policies, please contact our support team at dev.fitbit.com/build/reference/web-api/help. When a third-party app requests permission to access or modify your Fitbit data, it lists the specific types of data it would like permission for. These permissions map to specific Fitbit API requests the app will be able to make on your behalf.
For information on developing your own third-party app, see dev.fitbit.com.