Does fitbit have an open API?
For starters, Fitbit started using its own API! 7 months after the Fitbit Web API became available, Fitbit released its first mobile app for iPhone. Now Fitbit’s app is available on Android, iOS, Mac OS X, Windows, and of course Web. We don’t have an “API first” mantra, because we design product experiences first.
How do I find my Fitbit API?
Go to dev.fitbit.com. Hover on “Manage” and click on “Register An App”. A page should appear that looks similar to the one below. (A) You need to specify Personal to be able more easily ask to download intraday data (If you don’t or get an error, you can always request it here).
Can I access Fitbit data?
FitBit (the company, distinct from fitbit, the tracker/app) state that “your data belong to you”: anyone can access his or her own data at any time. While true, retrieving your data in practice requires overcoming some significant technical barriers.
Can you export Fitbit data?
From the fitbit.com dashboard, click the gear icon . Click Settings. Data Export. Choose the time period and data you want to include, and the file format.
What is the Fitbit API?
The Fitbit API allows developers to interact with Fitbit data in their own applications, products and services. The API allows for most of the read and write methods that you will need to support your application.
How do I use Fitbit API on Android?
Steps to follow: Register the app on the Fitbit developer portal to get the API credentials. You will need a Fitbit account (free) to register an app. Implement OAuth 2.0 flow to give your app permission to access data from Fitbit. Make HTTP request to access the data.
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How do I see my Fitbit data on my computer?
To sync your Fitbit tracker to a PC, insert the Fitbit wireless dongle into your PC’s USB port. Place your tracker within 20 feet of the dongle. Then, look for the Fitbit Connect icon in the lower right corner of your PC screen, or open the app by clicking “All Programs,” then “Fitbit Connect.”
What coding language does Fitbit use?