Fitbit and Garmin are partnering on a fitness tracking app that’s meant to be used by anyone to track their fitness.
The app, called Fitbit Fit, is available on the iPhone, Android, and Windows devices, and is compatible with most of the fitness trackers out there, including Garmin’s FuelBand.
The tracker can be set to track heart rate, distance, and pace, among other things.
It has a simple interface, and it’s only available for iOS and Android devices.
It’s also available for Windows and Windows Phone, but no matter which platform you use, Fitbit will not let you customize the data, which is limited to calories burned.
To be clear, Fitbits are not the only fitness trackable devices out there.
Jawbone’s Fuelband, for example, also allows you to track your workouts.
Fitbit says it will add more devices to the app in the future.
While you can track your weight, BMI, blood pressure, and even heart rate with the Fitbit app, you can’t use it to get an accurate calorie burn.
The company is currently focusing on adding calorie burn estimates for all types of workouts.
It will eventually also add a calorie counter that can be shared with friends.
The company also recently announced it will be making Fitbit compatible with Apple’s Watch app.
That means that you can use Fitbit’s Watch to track calories burned and calories burned per day, among others.