Now Windows Phone users have no excuse to not stay fit: Fitbit has landed for Windows Phone 8.1 devices.
The native Fitbit app looks just like the Android and iOS variations. You use it to connect your Windows Phone to Fitbit's Flex or One fitness devices over Bluetooth 4.0, and it'll make sure all your data is auto-synced. You can also use the app to monitor your goals and see the amount of calories you've burned, steps taken, food eaten, etc.
The Fitbit for Windows Phone app has features for adjusting goals, sending messages to other Fitbit friends, tracking achievements, and more. It also comes with a Live Tile that can be pinned to your Start screen, where you'll be able to view up-to-date information and notifications about your fitness in real-time without having to open the app.
You can get Fitbit, one of the first activity trackers for Windows Phone, starting today. It's a free download from the Windows Phone Store. If you don't see it yet, no worries. The app is rolling out now.