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About this app

FitToFit allows you to transfer your fitness data from Fitbit to Google Fit. The data is queried directly from your Fitbit account and inserted into Google Fit. To do this, you must first log in with your Fitbit account and give FitToFit access to the data that you want to transfer. You will then be asked to connect to your Google account, into which the data from Fitbit should be inserted. FitToFit uses the access and your data exclusively for the transfer from Fitbit to Google Fit. Your data is not stored outside of Fitbit and Google Fit.

FitToFit can handle:
- steps
- activities
- distances
- heart rate
- sleep
- weight
- body fat
- food
- water

You can select and change the data types in the app settings.

NOTE: It may happen that the data you transfer is not immediately visible in the Google Fit app, because it will take a while for all the images to be updated.

With the AutoSync feature, the steps can be automatically transferred from your Fitbit account to Google Fit. If you prefer manual synchronization, the reminder function helps you to remember this. Both functions can be activated under the menu item "Settings" when required. The AutoSync function allows you to choose between different intervals.

This app is available in English and German.

Thanks to Chris Stasonis for the Fitbit API sample modules! (
Updated on
Aug 8, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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No data collected
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Data isn’t encrypted
Data can’t be deleted
6.13K reviews
Monica Price
March 18, 2022
Sorry for the 2 stars Tom. It didn't get 1 star because it actually did transfer 2 weeks worth of back info. I asked it to transfer back to January 1st It gave me the info about needing to import that much info. Fitbit's limits for hourly transfer will be done every hour til done. It'll take 5 hours. My tablet was at 50% when the process started and I went to bed, figuring it'd be done in the morning. But nope, 8 hours later it said that it was at 0/5 progress. Now it's at 37% power. Looks like it was trying to do something, with my power down that much. So I now have my tablet plugged in. I started the process all over again. I'm watching it. The Import Data page doesn't change. Doesn't look like anything is happening. I see the pause and stop buttons and it says, "Import is running!" But an hour later it still says 0/5 progress. If it actually does what it's supposed to do, I'll be glad to raise the rating. Heck, even if it doesn't go back 2 1/2 months, but does sync every 30 minutes, I'll be satisfied. It is off to a bad start though 😉...Ok, it's finally showing progress 1/5...So it took almost 3 days to transfer everything from last Sept (when I started using Fitbit). I love all the info it transferred. BUT as several other people have mentioned, The new data isn't auto updating. Seems that nothing is auto and everything needs to be transferred "manually". Still, it wouldn't be possible without this app. So you get a 4. Fix the automatic stuff and I'll give ya a 5 😅
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March 22, 2021
Overall great experience. Very easy to use. If set up correctly, it will update automatically and you'll never think twice about it. The only thing that is preventing me from giving this a full 5 stars is that nutritional information doesn't seem to get imported from the Fitbit app to Google Fit, even though it shows in the list of data being imported.
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Spartan Martell
May 7, 2020
So I downloaded it, and it failed to work. The redirect in my web browser kept failing, it showed just a blank white screen and wouldn't move from that screen. I did a Google search and for some users it just fails. As far as I can see, this bug has not been fixed yet. I guess I am one of those "lucky" few. 1 star until they address this issue. I am using a Galaxy Samsung 7 Edge, if I ever get a response.
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What's new

- Support for Material Design 3
- 'Material You' color scheme can be enabled in settings (Android 12 and higher)
- Various bug fixes and improvements