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Not sure if any of them are any good. Check out the app for them and see if it needs lots of unnecessary permissions.
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This app has access to:
find accounts on the device
find accounts on the device
read your contacts
precise location (GPS and network-based)
receive text messages (SMS)
read phone status and identity
read the contents of your USB storage
modify or delete the contents of your USB storage
take pictures and videos
Device ID & call information
receive data from Internet
view network connections
pair with Bluetooth devices
access Bluetooth settings
full network access
control Near Field Communication
run at startup
prevent device from sleeping
read Google service configuration
>putting the Fitbit app on the phone in bedtime mode
Try it without this, to be honest it's the first i've heard of that as an option (fairly new to FitBit) but it's been working fine for me without touching the phone. I just put the watch into bedtime mode, then in the morning take it out of bedtime mode. And if it's not showing stats already click sync and wait a few minutes.
I'm not sure how relevant this is (like I said i'm new to FitBit) but this the screenshot there is a completely different UI to the version the watch prompts to download. Are you running an up to date version of this?
Apparently Fitbit's software can have issues with syncing just in general, new phone or not.
For more information, you can search the name of the phone you were considering in Fitbit's forums to see if there are any compatibility issues with the Versa.
Fitbit historically does sleep tracking better, but... check out their forums and the Play store reviews: Fitbits stop working after random updates from Fitbit, they don't fix them, and they have massive sync issues. Also, the newly-released Sense has suffered pretty rough reviews for lack of smoothness, accuracy and the capacitive button. (The Versa 3 is just a de-featured Sense.) And... Fitbit has put some of their metrics behind an expensive subscription model, about 1/3 the price of the watch per year. And... yet another and... Fitbit is getting purchased by Google; rumors are that Google will discontinue Fitbit and fold it into Wear.
Garmin has, IMHO, the best heartrate sensor. And is in the top few for sports-support, although weight lifting probably isn't that challenging. For example, though, it may track reps for you, making your circuit easier to track. (When I swim, mine does a decent job of tracking how many laps/yards I've gone.) Most of them come with a "Strength Training" activity (Garmin-speak for "tracking program"). The biggest downside of Garmin is that, for the last four months or so, they've had a bunch of connectivity issues and a data breach; they really don't seem to grasp how to keep their cloud running. Most users don't get bit by this, but when you do, it's a bugger.
Fitbit Alta HR
It was a bit flakey connecting, and I have to restart the Fitbit app if I haven't used it in a day, but otherwise it works.
This Fitbit app
Not sure if mentioned in other replies, but the free version of Chronometer has a barcode scanner, as does the regular Fitbit app (Apple or Android.
Here's the link.
HERE is a link to send take down notice to google
Select ads and then give them the reason. They will need you to link to the fitbit app which is https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.fitbit.FitbitMobile&hl=en