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Which phones and tablets can I use with my Fitbit watch or tracker?

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To set up, sync, receive notifications, and take advantage of other features of your Fitbit device, you must install the Fitbit app on a compatible phone or tablet. The Fitbit app is compatible with most popular phones and tablets. We're continually adding more devices and improving our compatibility, so if you don't see your device on the list check back soon.

Alternatively, you can use the Fitbit app for Windows 10 on your computer, or use Fitbit Connect to sync with a Mac or Windows 8.1 computer to access your data and take advantage of the many features of your Fitbit device. For more information, see How do I set up my Fitbit device?

Is My Phone Operating System Compatible With the Fitbit app?

To use the Fitbit app you must have one of the following operating systems installed on your phone or tablet:

  • Apple iOS 11 or higher
  • Android OS 5.0 or higher
  • Windows 10 version 1607.0 or higher

Which Devices Are Compatible With the Fitbit app?

The following phones and tablets are fully compatible with Fitbit devices. We're continually adding more devices, so if you don't see your device here, check back soon.
  • Apple devices
    iPhone XS MaxiPhone 6SiPad Air
    iPhone XSiPhone 6 PlusiPad Air 2
    iPhone XRiPhone 6 
    iPhone XiPhone 5S 
    iPhone 8 PlusiPad Pro 12.9" 
    iPhone 8iPad Pro 9.7" 
    iPhone 7 PlusiPad Mini 4th gen 
    iPhone 7    iPad Mini 3rd gen 
    iPhone SEiPad Mini 2nd gen 
    iPhone 6S PlusiPod Touch 6th gen 
  • Android devices
     
    Coolpad
    1S  
    Google
    Nexus 4Nexus 7Pixel 2 XL
    Nexus 5Nexus 9Pixel 3
    Nexus 5xPixelPixel 3 XL
    Nexus 6Pixel XL 
    Nexus 6pPixel 2 
    HTC
    Desire 816One M7One M8
    One E8One MaxOne M9
    Huawei
    Ascend Mate 7   Honor 6XP20 Lite*
    Ascend P7Honor 8P20 Pro
    Honor 6Mate 9 
    Honor 6 PlusP10 


    *For more information about using the Fitbit app on your Huawei P20 Lite phone, see How do I use the Fitbit app on my Huawei P20 Lite phone? 

    Lenovo
    Vibe X2Vibe Z2 Pro 
    LG
    G2G6LG G Pad
    G3G Pro2V10
    Motorola
    Droid TurboMoto G (2014)G5S
    Droid Turbo 2Moto G (2013)X4
    Moto E (2015)Moto X (2014)Moto Z
    Moto E (2014)Moto X (2013) 
    OnePlus
    OnePlus 6OnePlus One 
    Oppo
    R17 Pro  
    Pantech - Vega
    Vega Iron 2Vega Secret Note 
    Samsung
    Galaxy S9+Galaxy S5 ActiveGalaxy Note III Round
    Galaxy S9Galaxy S5Galaxy Note III
    Galaxy S8+Galaxy S5 miniGalaxy Alpha
    Galaxy S8Galaxy Note 10.1Galaxy Tab S
    Galaxy S7 EdgeGalaxy A8Galaxy J3
    Galaxy S7Galaxy A6Galaxy J
    Galaxy S6 ActiveGalaxy Note 9 
    Galaxy S6 EdgeGalaxy Note Edge 
    Galaxy S6Galaxy Note 5 
    Galaxy S5 SportGalaxy Note 4 
    Sony
    Xperia GXXperia XZ2Xperia Z2
    Xperia M2Xperia ZXperia Z3
    Xperia T2 UltraXperia ZLXperia Z3 Compact
    Xperia Tablet ZXperia ZRXperia Z3 Dual
    Xperia Tablet Z2Xperia Z UltraXperia Tablet Compact
    Xperia XAXperia Z1 
    Xperia XZXperia Z1 Compact 
    Xiaomi
    Mi3Mi4 
  • Windows 10 devices
    Microsoft
    Lumia 1520Lumia 1320Lumia Icon
    Lumia 1020Lumia 950 XLLumia 950
    Lumia 930Lumia 928Lumia 925
    Lumia 920Lumia 830Lumia 822
    Lumia 820Lumia 735Lumia 730
    Lumia 720Lumia 650Lumia 640 XL
    Lumia 640Lumia 635Lumia 630
    Lumia 625Lumia 620Lumia 550
    Lumia 535Lumia 532Lumia 530
    Lumia 525Lumia 521Lumia 520
    Lumia 435  
    Blu
    Win HDWin JR 
    HTC
    8X8S8XT
    Samsung
    Ativ SEAtiv S 

Which devices are incompatible with the Fitbit app?

Due to Bluetooth issues that prevent certain devices, like Fitbit devices, from syncing, our products aren't compatible with the following phones:
  • Huawei P8 Lite
  • Huawei P9 Lite
  • Xiaomi Mi 6
Last updated: August 23, 2019
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