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How to Connect My Fitbit Surge to My iPhone

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Sync Fitbit Surge To IPhone YouTube

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How To Pair Your FitBit Surge To IPhone 5 6 7 8 X YouTube

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Follow Joe's instructions to pair your Fitbit to your phone.1) Open the Fitbit App2) Find your device and add it (+)3) Hold the button on the right side of t

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I have recently up graded my iPhone 5 to an iPhone 6, After erasing all the data from the iPhone 5 and Downloading everything onto my IPhone 6 I opened the Fitbit App as normal , but I can't get my Surge to connect to the iPhone 6, it doesn't recognise the surge on Bluetooth but I have connections completed with other electronic items that the iPhone 6 Bluetooth did recognise.

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Fitbit Surge How To Setup With IPhone Unboxing …

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Fitbit Surge SALE- http://amzn.to/1SqUKBaIn this video I show you the initial set up process and pairing for a Fitbit Surge and your iPhone. Includes unboxin

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How To Sync Your Fitbit With Your IPhone (with Pictures

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1. Installing the Fitbit App: Tap ('Appstore' icon). The App Store is the blue icon with the white capital "A". Tap the "Search" tab. It's located in the lower-right corner.
2. Setting Up a Fitbit Account: Open the Fitbit app. It's the app that has a turquoise icon with dots of varying sizes in the shape of a diamond. Tap "Join Fitbit".
3. Turning on Bluetooth: Tap ('Settingsapp' icon). It's the app with two gears. Tap "Bluetooth". It's the fourth option from the top of the settings menu. Tap ('Switchonicon1' icon) across from Bluetooth.
4. Syncing to iPhone: Place Fitbit device near iPhone. Your Fitbit will need to be in range of your iPhone's Bluetooth. Open the Fitbit app. It's is the app that has a turquoise icon with dots of varying sizes in the shape of a diamond.

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How To Set Up And Start Using Fitbit For IPhone And IPad

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So, you've just got yourself a new Fitbit, and you want to pair it with your iPhone or iPad. Whether it's the Charge 4 tracker or the Ionic smartwatch, here's how you'll pair your Fitbit with your iPhone. Products Used In This Guide. Fitbit's latest tracker: Fitbit Charge 4 ($ at Fitbit) Colorful and powerful: iPhone 11 (From $) The Guide

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Fitbit Won't Sync To Your IPhone? Here's The Fix! IMore

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Close the Fitbit app and then open it again. Every time you open the app, it should initiate a sync. Turn off Bluetooth, then on again, and then open the Fitbit app. This will temporarily stop the Bluetooth connection, which will force it to reconnect and could help the problem. Try turning your iPhone off and on again.

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How To Pair Fitbit Surge BikeHike

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Press and hold the Home and Select buttons (left and bottom right) on your Fitbit Surge for 10 to 15 seconds, until you see the screen flash or start to dim. Let go of the buttons. After your screen turns completely off, wait 10 seconds and press the Home button to turn your Surge back on.

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How To Sync Fitbit With IPhone Easily

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Syncing Fitbit to iPhone can be done in a few steps as mentioned below: Step 1. First you have to download and install the Fitbit app on your iPhone. Then you need to open it. Step 2. After opening the Fitbit app then click on the Join Fitbit button. Step 3. Now choose the device to start syncing Fitbit with, and in this case it’s the iPhone.

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Review: Fitbit Surge, An IPhoneconnected Health & Fitness

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For iPhone users seeking a wrist-worn fitness tracker with GPS, heart rate monitoring, and multiple-day battery life, the Fitbit Surge is a good "tweener" device — not quite a smartwatch, but

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How To Setup Your Fitbit Surge YouTube

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This video will guide you step by step your FitBit surge fitness watch.

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How Do I Sync My Fitbit Surge BikeHike

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Open the Fitbit app on your mobile device and tap the Surge tile at the top of your mobile dashboard.SETTING UP Fitbit surge call notifications and Fitbit surge text notifications Go to Settings > Notifications > Phone. Make sure Show Notifications is on. Make sure Show in …

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Fitbit Surge Product Manual 10

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• The Apple&#; App Store&#; for iOS devices such as an iPhone&#; or iPad&#;. • The Google Play™ Store for Android devices such as the Samsung&#; Follow the onscreen instructions to create a Fitbit account and connect your Surge. You should be able to sync wirelessly with your Mac, but if not, plug in

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Fitbit Won't Sync With IPhone? Try These Tips To Fix The Issue

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1. Check out your tracker’s battery. Make sure to check out the battery of your tracker. If the power is completely down, it won’t sync to your iPhone.
2. Force Quit Fitbit app and Open it Again. Double-press the Home button to bring up the multi-tasking. Now, swipe up on the Fitbit app to quit it. Wait for some time and launch the app again.
3. Turn off/on Bluetooth. Turn off/on Bluetooth a few times and then open the Fitbit app. (Settings>Bluetooth) Reboot Your iPhone. Press the Home button and sleep/wake button at once for a few seconds until the Apple logo appears on the screen.
4. Delete Fitbit App and Re-install it. On some occasions, I have been able to resolve the issue just by deleting the app and re-installing it again. Reset Network Settings.
5. Reset Your tracker. If all the above-mentioned solutions haven’t worked out, then you need to reset your tracker. Check out this post to restart your Fitbit tracker.

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How Do I Get Notifications From My Phone On My Fitbit Device?

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If paired to an iPhone or Android phone, your Fitbit device lets you accept or reject incoming phone calls. Note that you can’t speak into the device—accepting a phone call answers the call on your nearby phone. To accept a call, tap the green phone icon on your …

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How To Pair Fitbit Versa With IPhone Tech Junkie

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Both Fitbit Versa and your iPhone need to be on the same Wi-Fi network for the connection to work. Use the Fitbit app to check if the smart watch is connected to the right network and do the same via the iPhone’s Settings app. While you are at it, it won’t hurt to inspect the network speed and latency. The connection doesn’t need to be

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How To Configure Fitbit Surge BikeHike

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MANAGING Fitbit surge call notifications and Fitbit surge text notifications When you receive a call or text, Surge vibrates and a banner appears at the top of the screen for 7 seconds, after which a relevant icon in the upper right corner of the screen remains. Why won’t my iPhone connect to my Fitbit? If your iPhone still can’t find

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Thanks for that info and choosing the Apple Support Communities. If I understand correctly, you are unable to pair this Fitbit accessory with your iPhone, even after trying some troubleshooting steps recommended by Fitbit. To help with this issue, please follow this positioning from Apple on pairing with Bluetooth devices:

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How To Reset Fitbit Surge YouTube

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Fitbit Surge Sale: http://amzn.to/2j67T8FiPhone on Sale here: http://amzn.to/2fGrIOfMacbook Pro on Sale here: http://amzn.to/2fvKi0oLearn how to quickly rese

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Version 1. 3 Fitbit

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The Apple&#; App Store&#; for iOS devices such as an iPhone&#; or iPad&#;. •! The Google Play™ Store for Android devices such as the Samsung&#; Follow the onscreen instructions to create a Fitbit account and connect your Surge. You should be able to sync wirelessly with your Mac, but if not, plug in

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How Do I Connect My Fitbit Account With Another App?

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To connect your Fitbit account from a web browser: Log in to your Weight Watchers account and click the profile icon in the top right corner. Click Settings. Scroll down to Activity and click Device. If you already have a device connected to your Weight Watchers account, click Disconnect. Weight Watchers allows you to connect only one device to

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Fitbit Setup

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Fitbit Ace Devices Setup. Download Fitbit Connect for Windows 10 or Mac OSX. Use the Fitbit Connect app to download music from your computer to certain smartwatches. For certain legacy devices, use the Fitbit Connect app to set up and sync your device with your computer if you don’t have a compatible iPhone or Android phone. For the best

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How Do I Control Music With My Fitbit Device?

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If you have an iPhone, skip this step. Open the Settings app on your Fitbit device Vibration & Audio Sense Music or Versa 3 Music. On your phone, navigate to the Bluetooth settings where paired devices are listed. Your phone will scan for available devices. When you see Classic next to your Fitbit

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Why Won't My Fitbit Device Sync?

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Troubleshooting steps. Note that your fitbit.com dashboard shows the time of your last successful sync—click the gear icon in the top right. Prompt Fitbit Connect to sync with your device: Click the Fitbit Connect icon and click Open Main Menu. With your charged Fitbit device nearby, click Sync Now.

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Want To Connect My IPhone 6s And IPad Air 2 To My Fitbit Surge

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I have my Surge synced to my phone, and on my laptop I have the Windows 10 Fitbit app signed in to my account. It isn't syncing directly with my Surge, but rather with the Fitbit cloud. I can see all my stats on my laptop app, but it isn't connecting directly to my Surge, if that makes sense.

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Question: Q: My Bluetooth won't connect to my fitbit. I have an iPhone 4 and my software is up to date but my Bluetooth still can't locate my fitbit. Is there a separate update for Bluetooth? More Less. iPhone 4, iOS Posted on Mar 15, AM

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Fitbit Surge Troubleshooting IFixit

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Fitbit Surge Needs to Restart. Press and hold the home and select buttons (on the left and bottom right of the watch) and hold for seconds until you see the screen flash or the light start to dim. Let go of the buttons and wait until the screen turns off completely.

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Don't Expect Fitbit To Integrate With Apple HealthKit

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Fitbit's new Surge smartwatch is set to compete with higher-end offerings from Apple, Samsung and others. Sarah Tew Fitbit, a leading maker of …

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How To Sync Fitbit Data To Your Phone Or Computer

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The Sync Now feature allows you to immediately save any changes you make to your account or profile, or to sync your Fitbit's most recent data to your iPhone or iPad. How To Sync Fitbit To Android. As with the iPhone, Android phones offer two ways to sync your Fitbit tracker to an Android device. Automatic Syncing: Tap the Settings icon.

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Using Fitbit With Strava

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Using Fitbit with Strava. What it will do. When you connect Fitbit and Strava, your Fitbit activities will automatically show up on Strava for all your friends to see. Additionally, runs and rides tracked via Strava will automatically contribute to your Fitbit all day stats like calories and active minutes. Connect.

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How To Add, Replace, And Delete Trackers With Fitbit For

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Or maybe you have a Surge for your daily routine and a Flex just to monitor your sleep. Whatever combination of models you find works best for you, can be easily be monitored from the same Fitbit app. How to add a tracker to the Fitbit app for iPhone and iPad. Launch Fitbit from your Home screen. Tap on the Account tab. It's in the bottom right

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Question: Q: Iphone 6 plus not pairing with Fitbit. Ever since that new iOS update, I've been having problems with my Bluetooth! The Bluetooth on my phone will not connect to my fitbit flex. As much as I paid for this phone, I should have NO problems whatsoever, especially after an update. I've had no difficulties with my FitBit Surge

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How To Connect Fitbit To Bluetooth Quora

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Answer: Thanks for the A2A. You don’t connect a Fitbit to Bluetooth. You use Bluetooth to connect your Fitbit to a supported device. How you connect it depends on the device to which you want to connect. Lifehacker has a great article that will tell you how to connect to an Android phone or iPh

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Question: How To Set The Time On My Fitbit Surge BikeHike

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Prompt Fitbit Connect to sync with your tracker by clicking the Fitbit Connect icon on your computer and logging in. Then, under Main Menu, click Sync now. If you see a message saying your tracker can’t be found, click your Fitbit’s home button.

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Strava And FitBit Surge Together / Review Of Fitbit Surge

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The Strava/iPhone readings are really precise and show small variations in my 4 laps around the lake. The Fitbit Surge GPS is almost comically “loose”, suggesting a meandering variation on each lap, sometimes straying into the lake itself or across non-existent streets. The splits/pace information is pretty consistent.

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How To Reset A Fitbit Surge To Fix Issues With The Device

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Press and hold the Fitbit Surge's single left button (highlighted) and bottom right button to turn it off. 2. The graphics on the tracker's face will fade, and then the screen will go dark. 3

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Fitbit Connect: How To Sync A Fitbit To Your Computer

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Reinstall Fitbit Connect. On a PC, go to "Control Panel," then "Programs and Features." Click Fitbit Connect and select "Uninstall." On a Mac, click on "Fitbit Connect" and select "Move to Trash." Then, reinstall the app using the steps we described earlier. If you have a Fitbit Blaze, remove the tracker from its frame.

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Fixed: If Your Fitbit Won't Sync Here's How To Solve It

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Fitbit syncing troubleshooting checklist. 1. Check the Fitbit app is compatible with your device here, and that it's running the latest version (if on iPhone or Android, check for this through the

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How To Connect And Sync Your Fitbit To A Mac Using Fitbit

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However, the biggest difference between Fitbit Connect and the Fitbit app is that Fitbit Connect only works with older, legacy Fitbit devices. If you own a recent Fitbit model, like the popular Inspire Series, Versa Series, or Ionic, you cannot use Fitbit Connect–you must use the Fitbit app for Apple devices (iOS), Android, or Windows

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How To Connect Fitbit And Strava: Sync Data And Workouts

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If you're a Fitbit and Strava user, you'll be pleased to know it's easy to connect the two services and enjoy tons of benefits. Fitbit supports two-way integration with Strava, which means when

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How Do I Set Up My Fitbit Tracker On A Computer?

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for "Fitbit Connect" in the Start menu. 3. Once the installation is complete, you will be presented with the Fitbit Connect Main Menu. Select Set Up A New Fitbit Device. 4. Account Setup: o Select New to Fitbit if you don’t already have a Fitbit.com account. o Select Existing User to log in using your existing Fitbit.com account. Only one

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How can I get my Fitbit Surge to sync?

Fitbit Surge Needs to be Re-synced &#;. Prompt Fitbit Connect to sync with your tracker by clicking the Fitbit Connect icon on your computer and logging in. Then, under Main Menu, click Sync now. If you see a message saying your tracker can’t be found, click your Fitbit’s home button.

How to sync your fitbit to your iPhone?

1 Place Fitbit device near iPhone. Your Fitbit will need to be in range of your iPhone's Bluetooth. 2 Open the Fitbit app. It's is the app that has a turquoise icon with dots of varying sizes in the shape of a diamond. 3 Tap the Fitbit button. It's the button that has an image of the Fitbit device in the upper-left corner. 4 Tap Sync Now.

What's the best way to set up a Fitbit?

For certain legacy devices, use the Fitbit Connect app to set up and sync your device with your computer if you don’t have a compatible iPhone or Android phone. For the best experience, set up your device with the Fitbit app on your compatible Android phone or iPhone.

How do I set a timer on my Fitbit Surge?

Show the Menu on your Surge, then swipe to Timer. Press the Select button or tap the screen to show the timer. Tap the gear icon or press the Action button to set the timer. Select the minutes and seconds of the timer duration, then tap the check mark icon or press the Select button to set the timer.

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Start a free day trial of Fitbit Premium for personalized guidance, customized health programs, mindfulness content and + video workouts you can do at home.

Say hello to one of the world’s leading apps for health and fitness. Use the Fitbit app on it’s own to join our community, track basic stats and stay motivated on your journey. Or, get a Fitbit tracker or smartwatch to see how your activity, workouts, sleep, nutrition and stress all fit together. Either way, you’ll find the information and inspiration you need to reach your goals—all in one place.

A free app that tracks your day & progress over time
Find free workouts, nutrition programs, meditation tracks, sleep tools & more
Connect with friends, start challenges & join an inspiring community
Set goals, earn achievement badges & celebrate milestones
Automatically sync your data to 3,+ popular partner apps
Access innovative smartwatch apps & fresh clock faces
Works with all Fitbit trackers, smartwatches, scales & other Fitbit products

GET ACTIVE: See how small moves add up by using your smartphone to track steps and distance. Or pair with a Fitbit tracker or smartwatch to see all-day stats like steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed and active minutes.

WORK OUT FROM HOME: Access free video and audio workouts that you can do on your time, right from your living room. You’ll find sessions for HIIT, cardio, strength, yoga and more. Plus, start a day free trial of Fitbit Premium to unlock + workouts from popular brands like barre3, Daily Burn, POPSUGAR and Yoga Studio: Mind & Body.

SLEEP BETTER: Discover how long and how well you’re sleeping, then improve your nightly routine with Fitbit’s innovative sleep tools—including a nightly Sleep Score, sleep goal setting, bedtime reminders and graphs that show your time in light, deep and REM sleep.

MANAGE STRESS: Listen to free audio tracks to lessen your stress and improve your mood. Use mindfulness to start your day a better way, find moments of calm and set intentions with meditation or get help falling asleep with stories and relaxing sounds.

EAT SMARTER: Keep your nutrition in check with easy-to-use tools to set goals, log food and water, track calories in and out and see if you’re getting enough protein, fat and carbs. For more personalized programs to help you reach weight and nutrition goals, try Fitbit Premium.

TRACK HEART RATE: Understand your overall health by using your watch or tracker to record your heart rate 24/7. In the app, find valuable data like resting heart rate trends, time spent in heart rate zones during workouts and a cardio fitness score.

JOIN A COMMUNITY: Find the support and encouragement you need to get inspired, stay accountable and keep things fun. The Fitbit app makes it easy to connect with friends, start activity challenges, read educational articles, get expert advice and share your journey with an uplifting community.


Fitbit Premium:
- Monthly and annual plans available that unlock habit-forming programs, audio & video workouts, and advanced insights.
- Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account after your free trial expires, if applicable.
- Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period.
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- Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase.
- Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable.
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Great app but novelty wears off quickly

When I first got my Fitbit I used to sync everyday, track my heart rate, calories, compete against friends each week as to who could do the most steps. Now all I use it for is tracking my sleep and as a watch. Sometimes I’ll have the notifications on and have my phone on Bluetooth so I get the message or call notifications, but often I’ll have this switched off as while I’m at work I find being prompted to hit steps every hour a bit distracting. It would be good to have a feature where you can select which notifications you want, so I could see my messages and calls, but not the step reminders.

It’s a great bit of kit and it’s obviously very popular but once the novelty wears off it pretty much becomes a watch. There used to be an incentive as the Fitbit app could be synced with the Lucozade Sport app where you could be entered into prize draws if you hit a certain amount of steps daily and/or weekly, but unfortunately Lucozade have finished their promotion. Perhaps Fitbit could consider partnering with another company to rekindle those incentives. I did far more steps each week and won a few nice prizes too, so it definitely encouraged me to be more active.

Really helpful

I have a chronic illness and my Fitbit HR is so useful in so many ways. Helps me monitor what’s helping and what is not. Such as how fixing a B9,12 iron deficiency helped my step count and a dip in step count on autumn led me to discover my vitamin D was low. I use so many of the functions such as sleep
Monitor to improve sleep, HR and steps to pace and the logging of food has really helped me keep healthy diet and also lose weight as I’ve not been so active and it’s helped stop calorific snacking. The period app is also really useful. I use this app more than any other and it’s really helped me manage a complex chronic illness. So useful. Best health buy I’ve made and the app is so easy to use. The app is free to try to see if it could be useful before buying a Fitbit, which is what I did. I got a Fitbit HR specifically do I could monitor sleep. If it adds a function to analyse vitamin intake from diet and supplements this would be amazing. It’s the only thing I think is lacking. At the moment it’s focussed on calories and carbs/protein/fat which is great for following keto diets, but I’d really like it to work out my vitamin intake to help me improve my deficiencies more naturally than supplements. Excellent app and device. Highly recommended. Used it non stop over 18 months now.

Disappointed ☹️

After having a Fitbit device and downloading the Fitbit app I was extremely excited to test it out to see what the app had to offer for both the user and the developer, when going through the Fitbit app I found it difficult to use the information showing on the device and on the app was different and after going through settings and looking for technical advice I found the app boring. being blunt and being this disheartened about apps is not how are usually review, but I found this app both uninspiring the information to be wrong and unless you have the state of the art device and the best devices company fit it has to offer information does not match. The community element was amazing the fact that you could commute communicate with other people who are in that city community who are in to the sports or in the sports e community was another way the app showed its unique temperament. I would recommend the community element unless you buy the premium I don’t feel you’re getting the best use of the Fitbit happy self utterly disappointed but overall the negatives have outweighed my one or two positives. After careful consideration of the facts I feel the app writing should only be three out of five stars. I am a health coach myself and for those looking for recommendations I recommend Garman, Apple Samsung. Disappointed!!!!

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Fitbit has an army of activity trackers, but the Surge is the company's most ambitious device yet. This $ performance-focused device tracks steps, calories and distance, but it truly shines when it's continuously monitoring your heart rate and using its GPS sensor to track your runs. Add those features to multisport tracking and basic smartphone notifications, and you have an elite wristband with enough power to help you through any type of workout.

Design

The Fitbit Surge is the company's most comfortable wristband and its largest. It's bigger than the $99 Flex and the $ Charge, but the width of the band ( inches, compared to the Charge's inches), its material and its design as a traditional watch strap make it lightweight ( ounces) and easy to secure on your wrist.

The elastomer band feels like supersoft, stretchy silicone, and is textured on the top and smooth on the bottom. The comfortable strap is thickest on the top, which holds the LCD touch screen. It also comes in three colors: black, bright blue and tangerine orange. It's much easier to wear than the $ Microsoft Band, which suffers from a superrigid, awkward display and a strap that's difficult to secure. 

At x inches, the Surge's LCD is only slightly smaller than the $ TomTom Runner Cardio's 1 x inch screen, but it is clear, crisp and easy to read. Also, the Surge's overall design is more demure than that of the garishly sporty Runner Cardio.

The Surge is water-resistant up to 5 ATM, meaning it can be submerged in up to feet of water — the same as the Runner Cardio. However, Fitbit says the Surge can't withstand the force associated with swimming strokes, so the company doesn't recommend swimming with the tracker.

Setup

As with any Fitbit device, you'll need to download Fitbit Connect to your PC or download the app for Android or iOS to start setting up the Surge. If you're doing it from your PC, plug the wireless dongle that came with the device into your PC's USB port, and follow the instructions on Fitbit Connect. You'll be asked to either log in to your account (if you are an existing user), or to create a new one.

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If you choose the app method, you'll be asked to go through the same setup process of making an account and then pairing a Fitbit device with your smartphone via Bluetooth.

Interface

You control the Fitbit Surge with a mix of touch-screen gestures and button commands. Surrounding the display are three buttons: the one on the left side acts as a back button and switches between the clock home screen and the exercise home screen, and there are two action buttons on the right. In the Fitbit app, you can customize the Surge's watch-face home screen, and if you swipe left or right from the clock, it will show you stats such as steps taken, current heart rate, distance traveled, calories burned and floors climbed.

Pressing the left button gives you a few more options. The most important of these is Run and Exercise, which allows you to track your workout. Tap the Run screen to choose the type of run: Free Run, Treadmill Run or Lap Run. Each of these options has preloaded settings that will help you monitor the most important information. 

Free Run and Lap Run will automatically use GPS to track your location and will record your heart rate, but Treadmill Run forgoes GPS tracking, as you don't need it inside on a stationary machine. Having dedicated settings for different runs lets you waste less time fiddling with sensors and spend more time running.

The same thing goes for nonrunning workouts. In the Exercise screen, you can choose from activities such as weights, elliptical, Pilates and yoga. Via the app, you can customize which exercises appear on this screen, and choose up to seven to hold on the Surge. I appreciated the generic "workout" exercise because it let me monitor my barre workout even though it didn't have a dedicated barre exercise option.

During a workout, the Surge's display shows the time elapsed, and you can swipe to see different stats at the bottom, including calories burned, steps taken and real-time heart-rate measurements. It's a small feature, but it allows you to put the data that's most important to you front and center.

The Surge also lets you control music from your smartphone, but that feature requires a special Bluetooth pairing process. On the Surge, go to the Settings page and then to Bluetooth Classic, and select Pair. Then, from your smartphone's Bluetooth Settings page, select "Pair with the Surge Classic." 

Once you do that, the feature is pretty seamless, and it works with different music apps, including Spotify and Google Play Music. I was able to pause and skip songs by tapping the Surge's screen or pressing the action buttons.

Heart Rate

Knowing your heart rate is important not only for monitoring the intensity of your workout, but also for telling you how hard your heart has to work while you're resting. The Fitbit Surge's heart-rate monitor is continuous, so whether you're in the middle of a spin class or twiddling your thumbs at your desk, you can check your real-time heart rate on the display or through the app.

Most of the exercises the Surge tracks will automatically monitor heart rate, and after a session, you can go into the app and see the heart-rate zones you hit during that workout. Fitbit separates heart rate into three zones — fat burn, cardio and peak — but hardcore athletes with a target in mind can set a custom zone, designating upper and lower heart-rate limits. 

I loved how consistent the Surge's heart-rate monitor was. Optical monitors, such as the one on the Adidas miCoach Fit Smart, can be a huge pain, as even just a half-inch or so of space in between your skin and the sensor can cause it to lose its signal. I never had this problem with the Surge.

GPS

When you're in Free Run mode or Lap Run mode, the Fitbit Surge automatically searches for a GPS signal to track your route. While it searches, it gives you the option to start running, and it'll continue to look while you run. That's a useful feature that prevents you from standing around and waiting for the device to find your location.

In New York City's Flatiron District, it took the Surge about 2 minutes to acquire a GPS signal outside. The Surge didn't drop the GPS signal as I jogged in and around Union Square, or even when I popped into the drugstore. 

Notifications

Currently, you can receive text and call alerts on the Fitbit Surge. When a text comes in, the alert will pop up on the Surge's screen, and the device will vibrate. Then, you can press the top-right action button to view the whole message, but you cannot respond from the Surge.

Phone calls are more limited; the Surge vibrates until the call is answered. Again, you can press the same action button to see who is calling you — the display will show the name of your contact, or the number, if the caller is not a contact — but you can't answer the call.

Although the device connects to your phone via Bluetooth, Fitbit says that you'll only receive notifications if your smartphone is within 20 feet of the Surge. During a workout class in which I wore the Surge and my iPhone 6 stayed tucked away in a locker outside the room, I did not receive notifications for the two text messages I had waiting for me.

App

Fitbit uses one app for all of its fitness-tracking devices, and the home page is populated with rectangular widgets with data.

At the top is a widget for your Surge, and tapping on it will bring you to a page where you can access device settings like managing alarms, turning on call notifications, changing the watch-face design and managing exercise shortcuts.

The rest of the widgets show you typical fitness data, including steps taken, calories burned, distance traveled, floors climbed, exercises recorded, real-time heart-rate readings and sleep time.

You could spend all of your time on the app's home page with these at-a-glance stats, but tapping on each one will show you in-depth graphs and past stats, so you can really track your progress over time.

Performance

The Fitbit Surge tracked my regular activity accurately, counting my steps and calories with precision. While the GPS signal sometimes took longer than expected to connect, the heart-rate sensor was always on point and never finicky.

Since it is the largest of Fitbit's devices, I was wary at first about wearing the Surge all day long, much less sleeping with it, but I ended up only taking it off before showering. 

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The Surge is a surprisingly comfortable device, which is all the more important considering it can also track your sleep. I wore it without incident through the night, and was able to see my sleep patterns in the app after I synced the Surge in the morning. The device has an alarm feature, and vibrates to wake you. 

Keep in mind that the Surge can only hold up to 7 days' worth of data, so you need to sync it before the week is up to keep all of your activity logged.

Battery Life

Fitbit promises that the Surge will get up to a week of battery life on a single charge. After using it for three days, with at least an hour of working out each day, the battery was down to about 60 percent. That's better than the four days of battery life you get on the $ Basis Peak and the two-day life of the $ Microsoft Band.

Bottom Line

The Fitbit Surge is the most complete fitness tracker yet. Not only does it have a continuous heart-rate monitor and a GPS sensor, but it can also deliver notifications from your smartphone. The TomTom Runner Cardio is better for hardcore runners, but I would recommend the Surge for those who like to switch things up, as it lets you track everything from running to yoga. And thanks to its style and comfort, you'll likely forget that it's on your wrist at all. The Microsoft Band is a better smartwatch because it offers more notification options, but the Surge is a better fitness-first device— and is much more comfortable, too.

Valentina is Commerce Editor at Engadget and has covered consumer electronics for a number of publications including Tom's Guide, Wired, Laptop Mag and Ars Technica, with a particular focus on wearables, PCs and other mobile tech. 

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Select Bluetooth from the left-hand column and ensure the Bluetooth switch is in the On position to the right. Open the Windows Store. Search in the top-right for &#;Fitbit&#; and click the Fitbit App. Click Get to download and install the app.

How do I pair my Fitbit surge to my phone?

Make sure your Fitbit is connected to the Android via Bluetooth. Start the Settings app and tap &#;Connections,&#; then tap &#;Bluetooth.&#; Find the entry for your Fitbit in the list and if it&#;s not connected, tap it to try to connect.

Why won&#;t my Fitbit Surge connect to my phone?

Troubleshooting steps Bluetooth and turn Bluetooth off and back on. Turn your phone or tablet off and back on. Uninstall and reinstall the Fitbit app. If your Fitbit scale won&#;t sync after you reinstall the app, log in to your Fitbit account on a different phone or tablet and try to sync.

Can I change the time on my Fitbit without the app?

How to change time on Fitbit manually? Tap on &#;Time Zone&#; and turn off &#;Set Automatically&#; option and switch to &#;Set Manually&#; to manually change your Fitbit&#;s time zone. Now, sync your device for the update to take place on the device.

Is my Fitbit Surge waterproof?

Fitbit Surge is waterproof and according to the official specs, which list it at 5ATM, okay for a depth of 50 meters or feet, it matches the Apple Watch 3, Pebble Time and Pebble Time Steel.

How do I correct the time on my Fitbit?

For Android From the Fitbit app dashboard, tap the Account icon. Tap Advanced Settings. Turn off the Automatic time zone option. Tap Select time Zone and select the correct time zone. Sync your tracker.

How do I change the settings on my Fitbit?

From the fitbit.com dashboard, click the gear icon. Settings. Find the information you would like to change and make your changes. Click Submit.

Why does Fitbit fail to sync?

Fitbit sync errors are usually related to the fitness tracker becoming disassociated with the smartphone, tablet, computer, or iPod touch it was initially connected to. This can be caused by connecting to too many devices at once, the Bluetooth not working properly, or a minor glitch in the Fitbit&#;s operating system.

How do I reset my Fitbit app?

Reset a Fitbit Sense, Versa Series, Ionic, or Charge 3 & 4 Go to the Settings app (gear icon.) Choose About. Select Factory Reset or Clear User Data. Confirm with Yes.

How do I work my Fitbit Surge?

To begin setup, make sure your Fitbit has been charged. Open Play Store. Tap on the search bar and search for Fitbit. Tap on Fitbit. Tap Install to start downloading the app. Once installed, tap Open to proceed to the setup.

How do I reset my Fitbit Surge?

Press and hold the Home and Select buttons (left and bottom right) on your Fitbit Surge for 10 to 15 seconds, until you see the screen flash or start to dim. Let go of the buttons. After your screen turns completely off, wait 10 seconds and press the Home button to turn your Surge back on.

How do I sync my Fitbit to my new iPhone 12?

LiliyaFitbit On your previous phone, tap Settings > Bluetooth > the information icon next to the name of your Fitbit device > Forget This Device. Open the Fitbit app on your iPhone 12 and set up the connection with your Inspire. You should receive a message asking you to allow your Fitbit device to pair with your phone.

What can the Fitbit Surge do?

The Surge is built for walkers, runners, and cyclists who want to use GPS and heart rate to track their workout speed, distance and exercise intensity, and who want to track step, calories and sleep all in one device. You can track other exercise activity via the exercise timer and heart rate readings.

Why is my Fitbit showing the wrong time and date?

Your Fitbit should automatically know and display the correct time, especially if it&#;s synced with your phone or computer. In the mobile app&#;s Advanced Settings, make sure the time zone is set automatically. If it is, but it&#;s still wrong, turn off this feature and set the time zone manually.

How do I sync my Fitbit to my computer?

Fitbit Connect For Windows Or PC Go to www.fitbit.com/setup. Double click the file. When the Fitbit Connect installer opens, click &#;Continue&#; until the app is installed on your PC. Once the software is installed, insert the Fitbit sync dongle into your computer&#;s USB port. Wait for the software to recognize your device.

How do I set the time and date on my Fitbit Surge?

How do I change the time on my Fitbit device? In the Fitbit app, tap the Today tab your profile picture App Settings. Time Zone. Turn off the Set Automatically option. Tap Time Zone and select the correct time zone. Sync your Fitbit device.

Why does my Fitbit Charge 4 not show text messages?

Make sure your phone is within 30 feet of your Fitbit. Check that you turned on Bluetooth on your phone and that your phone has notifications on. Verify that you turned on notifications in your phone settings and within the Fitbit app. Turn off Do Not Disturb and Sleep Mode (if available) on your phone and Fitbit.

Why isn&#;t my Fitbit tracking my steps?

Ensure you are wearing the Fitbit correctly. Ensure that you have the correct Fitbit placement settings entered into the Fitbit app. Check your personal data is correct within the Fitbit app. Measure your stride length and put it into the Fitbit app.

Why is my Fitbit app not working on my iPhone?

Turn off Bluetooth, then on again, and then open the Fitbit app. This will temporarily stop the Bluetooth connection, which will force it to reconnect and could help the problem. Try turning your iPhone off and on again.

How do I see messages on my Fitbit Surge?

Open the Fitbit app on your mobile device and tap the Surge tile at the top of your mobile dashboard.SETTING UP Fitbit surge call notifications and Fitbit surge text notifications Go to Settings > Notifications > Phone. Make sure Show Notifications is on. Make sure Show in Notification Center is set to 5 or

Why is my Fitbit app not working?

You may need to force quit the Fitbit app. From your mobile device, head to Settings>Apps>See all apps>Fitbit>Force Stop. Try turning Bluetooth off and on again. From your mobile device, head to Settings>Bluetooth, then turn the Bluetooth toggle off then on.

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How can I get my Fitbit Surge to sync?

Fitbit Surge Needs to be Re-synced &#;. Prompt Fitbit Connect to sync with your tracker by clicking the Fitbit Connect icon on your computer and logging in. Then, under Main Menu, click Sync now. If you see a message saying your tracker can’t be found, click your Fitbit’s home button.

How to sync your fitbit to your iPhone?

1 Place Fitbit device near iPhone. Your Fitbit will need to be in range of your iPhone's Bluetooth. 2 Open the Fitbit app. It's is the app that has a turquoise icon with dots of varying sizes in the shape of a diamond. 3 Tap the Fitbit button. It's the button that has an image of the Fitbit device in the upper-left corner. 4 Tap Sync Now.

What's the best way to set up a Fitbit?

For certain legacy devices, use the Fitbit Connect app to set up and sync your device with your computer if you don’t have a compatible iPhone or Android phone. For the best experience, set up your device with the Fitbit app on your compatible Android phone or iPhone.

How do I set a timer on my Fitbit Surge?

Show the Menu on your Surge, then swipe to Timer. Press the Select button or tap the screen to show the timer. Tap the gear icon or press the Action button to set the timer. Select the minutes and seconds of the timer duration, then tap the check mark icon or press the Select button to set the timer.

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