Compatibility with wearable trackers


#21

From Petr Nálevka on 2015/01/05 12:11:53 +0000

+Paul there seems to be some SDK preview, but I could not check whether it has same functions to access the accelerometer as it is not available on Linux and does not have any documentation online. My first impression is that it seems pretty preliminary…


#22

From paul on 2015/01/05 11:51:51 +0000

What about vivofit ?


#23

From Petr Nálevka on 2015/01/04 16:32:45 +0000

Hello +Brandon, unfortunately the FitBit API only gives us access to the aggregated data ex post. What we need it a life access to the device sensor at the time you do sleep tracking. With ex-post data we are unable to do smart wake up, lucid dreaming, lullaby volume down and all the features which actively react to your current sleep phase…


#24

From Brandon Dixon on 2015/01/03 19:07:51 +0000

And here is a list of 3rd-party apps currently compatible with Fitbit:
https://www.fitbit.com/compatibleapps

I too would gladly invest in this, since Fitbit is much more reasonably priced than the others out there.


#25

From Brandon Dixon on 2015/01/03 19:06:39 +0000

Here is the Fitbit 3rd Party API: https://wiki.fitbit.com/display/API/Fitbit+API
From the page: "The Fitbit API allows 3rd-party applications to get and modify a Fitbit user's data."


#26

From Anonymous on 2015/01/03 01:58:34 +0000

Would gladly buy this app if it worked with the Galaxy Gear Fit. Until then, I enjoy the free version.


#27

From Petr Nálevka on 2015/01/01 23:34:21 +0000

+Stein I;m affraid there is ono API for the fitness trackers :(… but we have integration with Galaxy Gear - the Tizen-based which allows limited sleep tracking implementation. On the old Gears with screen on…


#28

From Stein on 2015/01/01 19:48:29 +0000

Hi developers! Thank You for your app. Using it for a 1,5 year already.
Will there be integration with Samssung activity tracker (I'll have to throw it to the trash elseware, cause it could be the only usefull function:-))


#29

From Petr Nálevka on 2015/01/01 13:02:33 +0000

+Patrick unfortunately Fitbit does not offer 3rd party integration options which we would need to make this happen. Sorry. Please check our integration progress here:


#30

From Patrick on 2015/01/01 04:53:54 +0000

Big fitbit user, would love to see integration


#31

From blues on 2014/12/27 23:37:55 +0000

How about Suunto Ambit3?
It's fine smartwatch, with BT and all-the-hardware-needed…


#32

From colt on 2014/12/27 19:24:28 +0000

The fairly recently announced Razer Nabu might be another option to consider. I do believe they are making it fairly open as they have released an SDK for devs.


#33

From Petr Nálevka on 2014/12/23 10:15:01 +0000

+Mar Please look here https://sites.google.com/site/sleepasandroid/doc/integration we already have Gear 2 integration with some limitations…


#34

From Mar on 2014/12/23 10:03:22 +0000

Samsung Gear too, please.


#35

From Petr Nálevka on 2014/12/20 00:02:50 +0000

Hello guys, thank you for the feedback. Please check our integration site:

Fitbit does not allow 3rd party integration, but we have integrated with several interesting devices so far…


#36

From Robert on 2014/12/19 12:59:52 +0000

Integration with Fitbit (etc.) motion sensors would fix the problems with foam mattresses like Tempurpedic that absorb movement. I sleep with Fitbit and SFAndroid but they work independently and don't have synergy.


#37

From Honza on 2014/12/14 08:38:25 +0000

What about xiaomi MiBand?


#38

From Luc on 2014/12/07 14:55:39 +0000

Microsoft Band would be another example…


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