Do we support Fitbit?

Fit Link does not directly connect with Fitbit but its something we are working on and will support soon.

Fitbit does not connect to Apple Health either and the number 1 requested feature on the Fitbit website for the past 2 years, is Apple Health support. Apple has stopped selling Fitbit’s in their Apple Stores.

As a temporary workaround, there are some apps you can use that will sync your Fitbit data to Apple Health and if you have connected your Apple Health to Fit Link then we will get your Fitbit data too.

Here’s a free app you can install that will sync your Fitbit to Apple Health…

Add an activity tracker

If you want to add an activity tracker to Fit Link you will need to authorise the connection. It’s really simple to do and here’s a step-by-step guide and video of how to do it.

  1. Go to your profile screen and tap the settings icon (cog top right)
  2. Under ‘activity trackers’ you will see; Strava, RunKeeper and Apple Health, so tap the service you wish to connect
  3. You will see a green button that says ‘ADD’ so tap this button to add the activity tracker
  4. Next, you will visit either Strava, RunKeeper or Apple Health where you will be prompted to authorise Fit Link to read your activity data so turn on / authorise
  5. After you turn on / authorise you will return back to the Fit Link settings screen and the green button state should now read ‘REMOVE’ instead of ‘ADD’
  6. That’s it – you have successfully added your activity tracker so go and track an activity and it will appear in Fit Link

How to add Apple Health to Fit Link App

How to add Strava to Fit Link App

What is Fit Link?

Fit Link is a platform that allows anyone who tracks their health and fitness activities to join like-minded people to compete, compare and share plus get rewarded for staying fit, healthy and happy.

The ability to track our activities has become so easy with the use of our phones, watches, apps and other wearable devices. Fit Link uses that data to help promote, encourage and reward people for staying fit, healthy and happy. Its a win-win for everyone.

We’re on a mission to make the world fitter, healthier and happier so join us and spread the word.

Getting started with Fit Link

  1. Download Fit Link App from the App Store
  2. Create a profile with your Facebook or your email address
  3. Connect your Strava, RunKeeper or Apple Health
  4. Join or create a league, invite and challenge friends compete with you
  5. Get outside and track some activities!
  6. When you complete an activity Fit Link will grab the data it needs to update the league leaderboard plus adds to your reward points
  7. Check out the rewards section of the app to see what rewards you’ve unlocked or how many you need to unlock and if need more points then get out and track more miles!
  8. Find and follow friends or other Fit Link members to see their activities appear in your main feed which is a great way to keep updated with progress plus motivate you to get outside

Any questions then please email hello@fitlinkapp.com

Is there an Android version?

Its being worked on now and should be launched within the next 2 months.

Sign-up to the Android waiting list to hear when its ready.

What are Fit Link Rewards?

We work with health and fitness brands to bring you exciting and relevant rewards. To claim one of these rewards you first have to earn enough points by tracking your activities.

If you haven’t already, go and download the Fit Link App and connect your activity tracker, track activity and you’ll earn some points. Earn enough points and you’ll unlock a reward. The more points you earn, the more rewards you’ll unlock. When you’ve unlocked a preferred reward you can ‘spend’ your points on that reward.

Supported activity types

We’ve taken the top 12 most popular activities and integrated them with Fit Link. So if you track any of the following activities, you’ll see them appear in your Fit Link feed plus they are all worth points!

  • Running
  • Cycling
  • Walking
  • Hiking
  • Rowing
  • Swimming
  • Skiing
  • Snowboarding
  • Surfing
  • Crossfit
  • HIIT
  • Yoga