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Choose your phone to see the latest updates for the Fitbit app.

iPhones & iPads

If you experience an app crash or issues with notifications or connected GPS, update the Fitbit app.

This section lists the major versions of the Fitbit app for iPhones and iPads that were released to customers during the last several months. We recommend always keeping your app up to date.

Version 3.21

Released: May 19, 2020

We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements.

Version 3.20.1

Released: May 1, 2020

We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements.

Version 3.20

Released: April 28, 2020

We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements.

Version 3.19

Released: April 15, 2020

  • To help you stay healthy at home, we’re offering 2 options to use Fitbit Premium content for free:
  • You can now filter and sort guided programs and workouts.
  • We recently expanded our Fitbit Premium content to include 5 new Premium workout plans, and we updated several Premium guided programs. 
  • You can now see both your weekly average sleep score and sleep duration when you tap the Sleep tile User-added image in the Fitbit app.  
  • We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements.

Version 3.18

Released: March 28, 2020

We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements.

Version 3.17

Released: March 15, 2020

Version 3.16.1

Released: March 6, 2020

We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements.

Version 3.16

Released: March 2, 2020

  • Premium members! Check out our new workouts and mindfulness exercises. Don’t have Fitbit Premium? Start your free trial today! For more information, see What should I know about Fitbit Premium?
  • We improved the design of the Discover tab, making it easier to find your favorite features.
  • We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements. 

Version 3.15.1

Released: February 21, 2020

We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements.

Version 3.15

Released: February 18, 2020

We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements.

Version 3.14

Released: February 3, 2020

We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements.

Version 3.13

Released: January 20, 2020

We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements.

Android phones

If you experience issues with notifications, remove the Fitbit app from your phone and reinstall it from the Google Play Store.

This section lists the major versions of the Fitbit app for Android that were released to customers during the last several months. We recommend always keeping your app up to date.

Version 3.21

Released: May 12, 2020

We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements.

Version 3.20

Released: April 28, 2020

We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements.

Version 3.19.2

Released: April 24, 2020

We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements.

Version 3.19.1

Released: April 17, 2020

We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements.

Version 3.19

Released: April 15, 2020

  • To help you stay healthy at home, we’re offering 2 options to use Fitbit Premium content for free:
  • You can now filter and sort guided programs and workouts.
  • We recently expanded our Fitbit Premium content to include 5 new Premium workout plans, and we updated several Premium guided programs. 
  • You can now see both your weekly average sleep score and sleep duration when you tap the Sleep tile User-added image in the Fitbit app.  
  • We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements.

Version 3.18

Released: March 29, 2020

We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements.

Version 3.17

Released: March 13, 2020

We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements.

Version 3.16

Released: March 2, 2020

  • Premium members! Check out our new workouts and mindfulness exercises. Don’t have Fitbit Premium? Start your free trial today! For more information, see What should I know about Fitbit Premium?
  • We improved the design of the Discover tab, making it easier to find your favorite features.
  • We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements. 

Version 3.15

Released: February 20, 2020

We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements.

Version 3.14

Released: February 7, 2020

We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements.

Version 3.13

Released: January 21, 2020

We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements.

Version 3.4.2 (Android OS 5 and 6)

Released: January 13, 2020

  • Head’s-up! We’re stepping up the Fitbit app. This is the last release for Android OS 5 and 6. For new Fitbit app features and fixes, your phone must be running Android OS 7+. To confirm your phone is compatible, see Which phones and tablets can I use with my Fitbit watch or tracker?
  • We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements.


Windows 10 devices

We offer two different apps for Windows, the Fitbit app for Windows 10 and the Fitbit app for Windows 8.1 If you're using a Windows 8.1 device, you should use version 2.4 of the Fitbit app for Windows 8.1. 

This section lists the major versions of the Fitbit app for Windows 10 that were released to customers during the last several months, as well as information on the final version of the Fitbit app for Windows 8.1. We recommend always keeping your app up to date.

Version 2.41

Released: March 18, 2019

  • You can now set up Fitbit Versa Lite Edition
  • We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements.

Version 2.4 (Windows 8.1)

Released: December 1, 2015
  • We fixed some bugs and made stability improvements.
  • This is the last major release for the Windows 8.1 app. 
Beginning on April 28, 2016 we no longer provide support for the Fitbit app for Windows computers and tablets running Windows 8 or Windows 8.1. We will continue to support the Windows 8.1 mobile app with security and support updates.
Last updated: May 19, 2020
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