If you have a Fitbit watch or bracelet the synchronization with the PC is over. To date, it was possible to connect our device using the ‘Fitbit Connect’ app. The main purpose of using the app was to sync music from our computer to certain Fitbit models.
As of October 13, 2022, the option to synchronize ends, saying goodbye to the desktop application from that date. Local music synced through this process will still be on the watch, but we won’t be able to reconnect it.
Matching is going to end
October 13. Within a little less than two months it will not be possible to synchronize our Fitbit watch with the Fitbit Connect application, neither on Mac nor on PC. The music that we have synchronized will continue on the clock and it will not be eliminated, only the possibility of continuing to carry out this process with the device connected to the PC.
“On October 13, 2022, we removed the option to transfer playlists to your Fitbit watch via your computer. You will still be able to play personal music stored on your watch and transfer music to your watch using the Deezer app and the Pandora app. “
If we want to synchronize music with the clock, we can do it through the Deezer and Pandora applications, a partial solution, although not perfect, to the problem of not being able to synchronize the local music that we have on our computer.
Thus, it is expected that, from that date, Fitbit will begin to add synchronization compatibility with streaming services with a larger user base, such as Spotify or YouTube Music.
Until October 13 the application will continue to work normally, so It is convenient to take advantage of these two months to synchronize what we need and fill our clock with local content.
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