We recently reported that Fitbit disappeared from the shelves (physical and virtual) of Apple Stores and one of the reasons that must have led Ma to do this was the fact that Fitbit denied offering integration of its apps with Sade (Health) of iOS 8.
But you know the slogan “There’s an app for that”, at the ?
Outraged by this limitation, James McAndrew of Redshift Development himself decided to offer the benefit to owners of Fitbit products and has just launched an app called Sync Solver.
What it does, of course, synchronize the data obtained by Fitbit products with Sade including steps, flights of stairs, distance walked / run, weight, fat percentage, sleep analysis, calories and so on. However, Apple for now does not allow to disable the native step count made by the iPhone, which can result in duplicate numbers.
Once installed, Sync Solver runs in the background and automatically and daily synchronizes all data. Just as Fitbit should do, if it put its customers first.