Full List of Android Devices That Work With Fitbit Wireless Sync

Fitbit today announced wireless sync support for 12 new Android devices.

I'm a big fan of Fitbit, and I never leave home without my Fitbit Zip. CIO.com blogger James A. Martin has been covering Fitbit and other similar fitness trackers frequently in recent days. And I just had a conversation with CIO.com Editorial Director Brian Carlson this morning about Fitbit. So the gadgets were on my mind when I received an email from Fitbit announcing wireless sync support for some additional Android devices.

Fitbit Wireless Sync device support

One of Fitbit's most valuable features is its wireless sync functionality, which enables Fitbit trackers to automatically sync your fitness progress each day wirelessly to your mobile device. But device compatibility has been restricted to a couple of iPhones, iPads, a select few Android phones and one Android tablet, including the Galaxy S3 and S4, the Galaxy Note II and Note III, and the Galaxy Note 10.1.

Today, Fitbit announced support for the following additional 12 Android devices:

  • DROID MINI
  • DROID RAZR
  • DROID RAZR HD
  • DROID RAZR HD MAXX
  • DROID MAXX
  • DROID ULTRA
  • HTC One
  • LG G2
  • Moto X
  • Nexus 4
  • Nexus 5
  • Nexus 7 tablet (2013)

You may have to update your Fitbit Android app in Google Play to access the new wireless sync features. You'll also have to open your Fitbit Devices menu and enable the Bluetooth sync option.

Check out Fitbit's website for more on the wireless sync features and a list of all compatible devices.

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