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> Does anyone have a clue if it supports Samsung Gear?
I haven't tried it myself, but, you could give 'healthsync' a spin. It claims to sync between Google Fit and Samsung Health (which ever direction you want) - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync
Yes - I do this because the only way to get my steps into the Carrot app to earn rewards is with Google Fit (or FitBit, but I have a GEar S3 instead :)).
You need to use Health Sync. It's really useful!
Nice feature! But now I'll have to run google fit next to Samsung Health. Hope they'll add more fitness trackers in the future.
I'll try this app to sync between the two:
Switched off all trackers for Google fit because my Galaxy watch already tracks it and syncs with SHealth.
Samsung's Health app tracks a lot more than Fit currently does. For this reason I don't install Google Fit on my watch and I have Google Fit on my phone set to not track. I then use an app called Health Sync and have it sync all the metrics I want from Samsung Health to Google Fit every 6 hours just to have all that information there as well. I do like the Samsung Health app though, I think it's laid out better than Google Fit. Mostly for archival purposes I wanted to keep my information in Fit up to date though and the Health Sync app works nicely in this regard.
Health Sync: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync
You could make yourself a Fitbit account and then sync Samsung Health with Fitbit via an app. I use Health Sync to sync my Samsung Health account to Google Fit but a bunch of other services are supported, too.
FYI, a lot of activity sync related issues with Samsung watches and S Health are actually Samsung's fault, not the fault of other services you might want to sync with. They removed most third-party app integration in 2018. It's not that well known for some reason but I see the complaint about Samsung not being supported come up a lot on several fitness apps I use with the blame always seeming to fall on the other app. I like S Health too and I think it was a really misguided decision-- it's a shame all the frustration gets aimed at other services. The pressure should be on Samsung to return this basic feature to the users.
One route to get your activity from your watch into WW might be to check out Health Sync. It does connect to Samsung Health and you may be able to use it to get that data into a service that works with WW.
I agree with you about the other issues with entering data in the WW app. The app is pretty IMO but not as functional as it first appears once you start using it all the time.
I don't know what details these will pull in but for android (possibly iOS) Garmin will sync with Noom, weightwatchers
Potentially you also may be able to use an app like Health Sync https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync&gl=GB to sync Google fit data to Garmin (not sure it works, I know its supposed to work the other way). And Google fit is in the process of being updated so that it will start to track consumed calories.
The only problem is saying all of that, none of them are better than MFP - its still one of the best and easiest I have used.
You can add stuff manually - set up recipies for it, but its beauty is on how easy it makes it to add virtually anything easily by its bar code scanner and searching options.
Samsung Pay isn't available on WearOS, only Google Pay. There is no workaround for this unfortunately. The NFC API is open so other payment apps are possible in theory, but if you're hoping for MST, that's exclusive to the Gear watches.
Look into Health Sync to copy data between Samsung Health and Google Fit.
This App should work:
You can't directly connect your Garmin Watch to Google Fit, as far as I know. That App acts like a bridge between Garmin Connect and Google Fit.
I use a app called "Health sync" to sync almost all data from Samsung Health to Fit (and other apps like Fitbit). It works for blood pressure, heartrate, steps, sleep and even water and food. The app can sync from various apps in multiple directions. I use this when I switch watches to keep all data in sync.
Play store link: Healthsync
I'm a pixel 5 user and I also went GW4 as i'm tired of waiting for google like so many here.
Initially I told myself I would only sign in with google apps. Everything worked fine.
I then said "let me TRY the samsung stuff. I can always delete my account"
I now use Samsung health and don't touch fit (it syncs using the 3rd party app everyone talk about here, Health Sync, which has been very good. I just want to maintain my data in Google Fit going forward but Samsung health is Excellent.
so much so I just set up samsung pay on my watch since I saw a tweet that TD Canada just recently supported Samsung pay (not google pay still, GRRRR).
Anuway the point of my ramble is I use bixby for now to set timers and shit. Do I miss GA? No. It never fucking worked for me anyways.
I use this app to sync my Samsung Health to Google Fit: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync
Works pretty well though itll have issues if you use something like Adventure Sync in Pokemon Go
Check out the Health Synch app on the Play store, it has a one time fee of a couple bucks, but it lets you explicitly control which devices contribute which data into Google Fit
I'm juggling a Garmin Fenix (Activities, Steps, Daytime Heart Rate/Pulse Ox), Oura (Nighttime heart rate/HRV, sleep stats), and Withings Scale (weight) with that app.
Also make sure you turn of Google Fit's internal activity/step tracking if you are using another device for that.
I'm assuming you're on android too.
So I use "Health Sync" to send my Garmin steps to FitBit (My family is in the FitBit ecosystem).
I use it pretty straightforward to take my health data from Garmin and send it to fitbit. I know you can connect Samsung Health and Google Fit to the service too. I do not believe that you can read from both Garmin and Samsung Health and write to a third app (e.g. google fit)
Are you using iOS or Android?
On Android I'm automatically syncing Garmin Connect to Google fit with Health sync (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync), it can alsoalso talk to Fitbit.
You know you can sync you SHealth data to Google Fit, do you? Check this app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync - my wife uses it, and data is very precise.
This should work for you. I used it for a little bit, but didn't find the data in Google Fit to be any better than what's already in Garmin Connect.
I don't see how to do that in the fitbit app, but I only have the free version and I just use it as a way to get my excersize from Samsung Health into Weight Watchers that has very few sync partners. I get the data from Samsung to Fitbit with Health sync which can synch many different sources and destinations https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync
I am sure one of them will do what you want. As far as Samsung health sharing directly, you can share your step data one week at a time, but it is a graph without exact counts so probably not what your employer wants to see.
In an official way doubt it, but I hope I'm proven wrong. In the meantime my plan is to use Health Sync (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync) to at least keep them synced.
Have a week free trial, but may need to pay for this.
I use SyncMyTracks for activities.
This doesn't do exactly what you want but does help move data between Samsung health and google fit so might be part of the solution:
You could both use Google Fit, Samsung Health, Strava or something else and then use this to sync it all together. It does use a bit of battery though.
You might be interested in this. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync&hl=en_US Let's you sync fit to samsung health and vice versa. I came from fit and I do not like the new redesign where I can't see sleep data. If there's no sleep data there's no point for me. In fact, I see a bunch of things missing or hard to reach with fit.
This app can sync them together. It gives you granular control of syncing between them both. Even what metrics to sync. It gives you a 1 week free trial when you download it to try it out and then you have to pay for it.
I have a Gear S3 and Galaxy S8+, so I'm heavily invested in Samsung Health.
I went looking for good scales that would integrate into Samsung Health earlier in the year, but they're all rather shit.
I ended up getting Nokia Body+ scales: https://health.nokia.com/au/en/body-plus
Nokia has it's own app. This app syncs with Google Fit, so I do that.
I also use another app which is designed to sync Google Fit data to Samsung health. So I use this to sync then weight measurement from Google Fit to Samsung Health.
Health Sync app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync
it's a long way around, but I didn't want to compromise by buying crappy scales just to get something that plugged straight into Samsung health.
This setup works great. I weigh myself, which goes straight into the Nokia app. This then syncs with Google Fit almost straight away. The Health Sync app is set to sync every 15 minutes (or I can run it manually). And the weight data is in Samsung Health.
At the moment the only reliable way to transfer data is Health Sync. But it is not free and you will need a small subscription, because Withings. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync
In the future it seems that their app will support Health Connect service. I have seen it in older version of Health Mate. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.healthdata
The health sync app on Android is handy to move data between platforms, though not sure if there's an apple equivalent.
Boo to walled gardens.
I use the app Health Sync and it seems to get the job done.Health Sync Screenshot
I wear a Galaxy Watch 5 Pro and have it Syncing from Samsung Health to Google Fit and Fitbit
I have an Epix 2, and a Fenix 6 Pro before that, though I don't have the Pixel Watch (at least not yet). But I was going to suggest Health Sync, however it doesn't sync to Fitbit, at least that I can see.
It does sync to Google Fit, though.
I have it syncing from Garmin to Google Fit. It can also sync to multiple apps (Samsung Health and Google Fit at the same time).
You may give it a look and see if it will work to sync both watches to the same source.
I have the same problem and have been following [a couple](/r/PixelWatch/comments/y4uj1q/android_fitbit_primary_goal_widget_only_showing/) of [existing threads](/r/fitbit/comments/y4sxva/android_fitbit_primary_goal_widget_only_showing/) in the hopes of a solution, but it sounds like Fitbit have no idea what's going on.
> They sent a FAQ on how to add the widget to the home screen. They are useless. I replied explaining the problem again.
I tried to work around it by having my steps exported to Google Fit via Health Sync and using the Google Fit widget, but for some reason the Google Fit step counter never matches the watch or fitbit app.
I haven't tried the BP yet as we're currently in the middle of rearranging the house and I have to find my stand alone bo machine as it says to use one to calibrate it. I'm also curious how it pulls off the BP measurement.
The ecg was a big deciding factor in me upgrading from my active2. I've been having all sorts of issues since I got covid back at the end of 2020. I was pretty pissed when I saw they locked it, I was debating on sending it back but figured I'd see if there was a fix for it. Glad I did as I've been pretty happy with it otherwise. Oh also if you want to move your data from Samsung health to another app ex. Google fit, this app does a great job of it.
I use a GT3 and looked at syncing to Fit a few times but looks like Huawei either won't or Google won't let them link. Apparently the Health Sync app allows you to sync the data between them but won't do historical data from before it was installed unless you pay after the free trial.
The thing you might not realize is only Samsung health has full access to all the sensors. Many things won't be available to you on a different ecosystem.
That's why this app exists, you can use it now too if you want to use the Fitbit app exclusively.
I just let Samsung do the tracking and use this app to sync everything over to fit. Works well for my needs. Also, if you need to unlock the blood pressure and ecg you can find the app and guide on XDA Developers.
I meant this one:
if you're talking about raw data I don't know anything, I think perhaps you have to go directly to the Google Fit API
I downloaded health sync with the Samsung Health app. Just so Google fit gets a lot of data.
You could just use Samsung Health to log water but I want to track fluids ounces, so then I installed "drink water reminder" by leap fitness
Yep. Short version is that you can't natively, so you need a third party app to do it, I use this one and it seems to work pretty well:
but the export with adidas does not export pulse or altitude,... only times and distance
with other apps..
If you're on Android, you can get non-GPS activities loaded on to Strava via the app Health Synch: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync
Try this one, I can't promise it supports Zepp health but I used to use this awhile back to sync health data from Samsung Health back and forth to Google Fit.
Use the health sync app in PlayStore.
You can only choose one direction for sync. Either add samsung data to google fit or the other way around.
I know this is an older post, but, I just got this working recently with my VivoActive 3. The device shouldn't matter since it is Garmin Connect that eventually passes along the date. It's a bit of a hacky, multi-app process, but seems to be working.
I am using a VivoActive 3 with an Android Phone. You need the following apps:
I have been using this setup for a week now it seems to just work. I wish I discovered this earlier. We switch to UHC at the start of the year. I am an active runner and love my watch. They essentially wanted me to either wear 2 devices or switch from my Garmin to a lesser Garmin or Apple. I think they noticed a lot of people not participating so they sent out a nag e-mail which kicked me in the pants to investigate this again.
Left 4 months worth of money on the table.
It's not exactly what you describe, but Health Sync will get your Samsung Health data into Google Fit (including auto-tracked workouts). I've been using this for a little while now and it works really well.
There's also a 'modded' version of Samsung Health Monitor that allows use of the EKG and BP sensors on non-Samsung devices but installation is a little more involved.
We're glad to hear you think so! We put a lot of time into the design to make the experience "an iceberg of complexity" as to not overwhelm users.
Direct device integration (Garmin, Fitbit, etc) is a high priority on our roadmap, however for now you will need to import your Garmin data into Google Fit before you're able to import it into Metriport. To do this, you can use a third party app called Health Sync that will allow you to import your Garmin data into Google Fit. (We do this personally with a Garmin Fenix 5X)
No it wont.
To solve that .. I have connected poleton account to Strava and then I use Health Sync to push the workout from Strava to Google fit.
Somehow Samsung health, peloton and Strava are super convinced that Google fit is not important at all.so none of them support it but clearly a 3rd party can sync it so it is technically very possible. Whenever I ask Google folks why companies do not support Gpay and Google fit ... All they come back is a shrug emoji.
All of these companies' PMs think that Android is a struggling class of people and hence they won't have time to travel and workout etc. (Yes, I have a bias against PMs for not prioritizing Android development, but it is statistically justified. All of these PMs use iphone hance they never see a value beyond their liking.)
You need an app for this. Health Sync in the play store fixes this issue with syncing Samsung Health Data with Google Fit. It also works with other data providers but you can try the free version to see how you like it then pay later. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync&hl=en_US&gl=US
Yes indeed! You can do this through Apple Health or Google Fit.
On iOS, you can sync Garmin Connect directly to Apple Health, which can then be synced to Metriport.
If you're an Android user, there's an app called Health Sync you can use to import your Garmin data into Fit, which can then be imported to Metriport. This is what we do with a Fenix 5X.
Please note that direct Garmin integration is on our roadmap to be done ASAP, as we've been getting this request from many people!
For sure, direct Garmin integration is on our roadmap to be done ASAP and we've been getting this request from many people!
In the meantime, if you're an Android user, there's an app called Health Sync you can use to import your Garmin data into Fit, which can then be imported to Metriport. (as mentioned by u/gibletzor below)
Does your health/activity data from your watch sync to Samsung Health on your phone? If so, you can use the Health Sync app (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync&hl=en_US&gl=US_) to sync that data too Google Fit. Works fine for me with a Galaxy Watch 4.
Thank you for the heartfelt advice, it is much appreciated and we will definitely doing our best to make this a priority. We have also been reading a bit of stoic philosophy to equip us to better mentally frame the worry, however it's definitely easier said than done. Exactly like you're saying, there's always another reason.
We're glad to hear you're liking the data entry process! Surprisingly, we've been getting this feedback from several people, and are happy to know that this key element doesn't feel cumbersome.
Ultimately, we would like to implement any and all device integrations, and will be working towards this vision. Please note that in the meantime, you can sync Garmin Connect to Apple Health on iOS. On Android, you're able to sync Garmin data to Google Fit using the Health Sync app. From Apple Health / Google Fit, you should have no problems syncing your health data to Metriport.
Thank you again for the support!
I am also interested in that. I use Heatlh Sync to sync everything from Garmin to Google Fit.
I created a feature request to add exactly that case but got the response from the developer that they never get any answer or reaction from MFP when they asked for API access.
I tried health sync (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync) and it works absolutely perfectly as integration gateway.
This drops Strava from the sync path so it becomes:
Garmin - Health sync - Google fit - Oura
As many steps, but it requires no manual poking or intervention, it just works and I'll gladly pay the few euros lifetime subscription for it.
Something I noticed about Google Fit is that it seems to have like a separate process that converts synced data into Google Fit's data. I feels like there's one set of "servers"(for lack of a better explanation) that accepts synced data, and another set of "servers" that parses it. And seems like they work independently of each other at whatever rate the feel like.
I use Health Sync app(https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync) to also sync between Google Fit and Samsung Health and after run sync sometimes new data shows up right away but sometimes it can take hours for it to look correct...So I feel there's some blame to Google Fit too.
(I also asked dev of this app about Zepp and they said Zepp refused to work with them to add support)
I've had mine since launch, at first battery life SUCKED. Now I'm getting about 3 full days with everything enabled except AOD
Syncing to Fit I use Health Sync
This might be able to help you out, I'm using it to sync SH data to Fit: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync
For some reason I can't seem to be able to add another service at the moment, so couldn't check if it supports Adidas Run or not. But it has a free trial period, so can't hurt to check it out.
There is, but you need to jump through hoops and is only temporary unless you pay.
The reality is that, rarely, beat or Flow won't sync your workout to Fit. Maybe once every 30 workouts? It's rare. You can't fix it with relinking the services, modifying things like "Mood" or the description, or force sync with swipe down in the apps. Will do nothing.
Probably the only thing you can do (unless you're great a coding) is run an app to force sync. I use Health Sync (I would not have bought if it was just for Polar)
I could sync the Polar Beat failed workouts with it by just doing an entire day in the past. Can't guarantee it will work for you. There's a 7 day trial I think.
I'm not in the Samsung ecosystem at all and enjoying the GW4 as the only Samsung device I own. Using a Pixel phone. Don't let this be a blocker.
Yes it's using the Samsung Health app to make full use of it's sensors, but as I've learnt from others here, the Health Sync app (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync) does a perfect job of syncing that data to Google Fit.
I use Health Sync, after the free trial a one-time payment for a lifetime license is required.
I bought it last year in August and it has been working properly.
Play Store link
For those that want to sync health data to Google fit. Down load Health Sync app and you will be able to share all your data with apps you select.
You can do either but I did the one-time purchase since it was just a little bit more, still less than a cup of coffee
The Mobvoi app on Ticwatch E3/Pro3 definitely supports this, although it's quite a drain on battery playing Spotify or NavCasts, 25%+ per hour while playing audio and tracking a run.
Mobvoi syncs to Strava (tested and works well), Google Fit (I haven't had much luck with this but I may be the only one) and Runkeeper (untested).
TicWatch E3/Pro3 are apparently going to get WearOS3 (same as Fossil Gen 6), but if you want WearOS 3 right now, you'll have to go with GW4 -- Samsung Health is pretty good anyway, although I'm not sure about the synchronisation options to 3rd party providers, if you normally use Endomondo / TrackMyRun.
This is meant to be a good 3rd party app for synchronising between services, although I've never tried it and it doesn't seem to support your services: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync&hl=en_GB&gl=US
Edit: with Spotify, you'll need to pre-download playlists as well, if you weren't aware.
I prefer SH on the watch, but also have data sent to GF via Health Sync on the phone. I do kind of like how Google interprets the data, but this way, I'm still using Samsung's software on the watch itself and just having it pushed from SH on the phone to GF. Then, if I want to see what GF thinks of the data, I can just look at it on my phone.
Should absolutely be present already (but might come later, it is after all not really a finished os yet as it seems) bbut if you can pay a small fee this works great for me (7 days free trial): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync&hl=sv&gl=US
This one seems to pop up in a few YouTube video's I was watching regarding syncing back to WearOS.
I was also watching this video initially before I got my watch and realized I could just use google fit on the GW4 itself.
I haven't actually tried or endorse this app yet though.
doing more research and for now I'm just using Google Fit on the GW4 to track my activities.
I am not sure about the editing part but I use Health Sync for syncing and importing data. I also paid for the full price for historical syncing. It works fine. Does this work for you?
You could try and see if am app like this works (but would still have to get your steps into an app that works with an app like this:. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync
Garmin make some great watches/bands but as far as I can tell, they do not directly integrate with Google Fit. Garmin Forums says you need an app like Health Sync to do it. Although for some reason it won't let me install to my Samsung.
Personally I just let Google fit run in the background now, but use Garmin Connect as my main fitness app for my watch.
If you want full on Google integration you will need to look at a watch based on r/WearOS/
You can link Fitbit or Google Fit to Samsung Health with the 'Health Sync' app (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync). So you can also link apps to Google Fit for example Heart Rate Monitor, then Google Fit send it to Health Sync and Health Sync send it to Samsung Health so that you're heart rate is visible in the Samsung Health app.
I just got my Scanwatch this Monday and realized I had the same problem. Everything except workouts sync fine to Google Fit.
I also tried the possible fixes without any luck.
But then I found an app, that I had previously used for syncing from my Samsung watch to Google Fit. Health Sync. With this I can sync the workouts and let Health Mate sync the rest on its own.
I don't know if Health Sync is available on IOS though.
I use this app and it works with a few popular services
I asked the u/oura_ring support about this too, no reply.
Ended up installing https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync&hl=en&gl=US Health Sync, don't know if it works yet (changed sync settings and the app warned me it takes up to a day for the sync to work well). We'll see.
Very disappointed Oura doesn't sync to Google Fit on its own though. Tired of installing million extra apps...
Health Sync gives you fine grain control over what datasets are coming from which devices, so you don't end up with stuff overwriting or double counting if multiple devices are both tracking a particular item.
Not sure how to resolve this in the Apple ecosystem, but the "Health Synch" app handles this on Android and makes having multiple tracking devices fairly painless.
A lot of things have integration with Google Fit but not Samsung Health. That said, I use Health Sync to sync all my Samsung Health data to GFit, and have other apps pull info from there if they don't have direct access to Samsung Health. There are other options for sources and destinations too, if you'd find those more useful. You can get it here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync
I use a 3rd party to sync health data from the scale with data from the Samsung Health with Google fit, and my Galaxy smart watch.
This way every app can capture the data from each other without having to deal with this silo bullshit from Wyze.
It's called 'Health Sync', and since Wyze can send data to Google Fit, Healthsync grabs that data and sends it into Samsung Health.
The bullshit I'm referring to is the fact that Wyze has elected not to use this simple workaround, and decided to do nothing instead.
But it works 100% with the Wyze scale right now for me.
Appreciate the feedback. So does an App like Health Sync not actually do what it professes to do, then?
I've been poking around some more since starting this thread and this actually seemed like a decent solution - wear the Garmin, Health Sync pulls steps from the Garmin Connect app and pushes the data to the Fitbit Dashboard. But I'm not a developer (far from it), so I'm guessing I'm missing something...?
while this is awesome, im not sure i can use it since i don't have a device that works with google play store. or do i do this all through the watch itself? like i mentioned, my phone is an iphone so im not sure.
Use Health Sync, you can configure it both ways and allows other apps too. The only things is that Samsung Health won't accept step tracking from other apps, but everything else works fine.
FYI there's an app called Health Sync which can sync the two together. I'm planning on using that with my Pixel 5 and going 100% google.
I use Health Sync (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync&hl=en_CA) which syncs Strava activities to Google Fit automatically.
Steps, Activities, Day Time Heart Rate, Pules Ox: Garmin > Google Fit
Weight: Withings > Google Fit
Sleep, Night Time Heart Rate: Oura > Google Fit
Then use the standard Google Fit > Oura integration
You can use a Samsung Phone with any WearOS watch, just saying. It won't care if you're using a Samsung phone or a Pixel. You're also not required to use Samsung Health if you don't want to.
You can even sync Google Fit data to Samsung Health or vice versa as well, if you want that.
You could actually right now try to use the Google Apps instead of Samsung apps on your phone to see if you like them.
Re: #1 If you are on Android, get Health Sync: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync&hl=en_CA
that will sync your Gamin to Google Fit (be sure to turn OFF Google Fit automatic tracking). I believe Pokemon Go can read off Gfit.
Can't answer the second or third, sorry.
There's also a Health Sync app. This worked flawlessly. Sadly I switched to iOS though and now I can't find the equivalent for Apple's app store.
You can use Health sync app to sync data from Samsung health to Google fit, so even if you ended up getting another galaxy watch you could use this app to sync your steps from Samsung health to Google fit.
The two I've used,
And Fitness syncer
Health sync is easier to use but more limited, Fitness Syncer is crazy indepth.
I've had half decent success syncing my garmin to Google fit and Google fit to withings. The steps are not really that accurate and the run details often don't sync 100%. For example, if I run a half marathon with garmin. Google fit might see that as 12.9 miles. Then withings sees it as 13 min running but doesn't have the distance.
It's pretty frustrating that these apps all don't get along despite the countless user requests.
I have it mostly working. I sync my body cardio scale and get body metrics using this code. https://github.com/jaroslawhartman/withings-garmin-v2
I can't have myfitnesspal.com connected to withings or it overwrites with just weight and bmi.
Then I sync garmin to Google fit. Then using the following app I sync my steps and activities from Google fit to withings. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync
The data that comes over is good enough but it's weird. I could have 20k steps on garmin. Google fit will count it as 19k and withings might give me 18k.
It would be nice if there were just an official integration so the data would be accurate. However, the above combination is the best I can do.
I use Health sync. It allows me to sync from Samsung health to Google fit.
Then I can use my step data and other heath data in apps that integrate with Google fit, such as Pokémon Go.
Start with switching Samsung health to google fit.
Then either use Google fit iOS app, or export the Google fit data. Need an importer tool for iOS. I’m looking that up
I use this app to sync google fit with s health. It's a paid app but it has a 7 day trial.
In my case I use the app Notify & Fitness to sync with Google Fit
Mi Band ⌚ --> Notify&Fitness --> Google Fit --(Health Sync)--> Samsung Health
Check out Health Sync. I use it to sync between Google Fit on my Wear watch to Samsung Health on my phone. Also works with other health systems. Set it up and forget it.
I was struggling to sync mfp into SHealth, but somehow it worked after trial and error.
First, disconnect each other (in mfp first and then deny all permissions in SHealth, if any).
Then, connect each other but give only steps and exercise permissions.
Clear both apps' cache and sync. Then give write permissions for food info and food intake.
Leave it for 5 min, sync and clear apps' cache.
Open mfp and then SHealth and sync.
Finally give read permissions you gave for write ones as above. It may starts sync after a half an hour. Once it gets synced, you don't have to worry about it anymore.
As for the "other workout", yeah, you choose the closest one with the exercise you done. I suppose each exercise has a different calorie calculation. But in general, it is mostly an exercise diary with no other use other than suggesting you how much you should exercise with each workout in order to achieve your calorie goal
Tip: You may use apps for workouts that sync to Google Fit. Then you can sync Google fit workouts to SHealth using the Android app "Health Sync" https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync
7 days trial. It costs around 4 bucks (or 0,70 cents/month subscription).
If you're using Android there is a way. I use Health Sync to do it. It works really well and even sync Garmin to Google Fit if you want.
I have been using this app to sync my data from Google fit to Samsung health, as my wear os warch can't send data directly to Samsung health app.
I previously used to have galaxy s5 and used S-Health on it, that's why I wanted to continue using it despite moving from Samsung to Nokia and wear os watch. As all my previous data was in there.
With this app you can send data from samsung health to Google fit or otherwise around, so it should nlt be issue to Google fit to keep up with your walking distances despite you using Samsung watch and s-Health.
I have an S10e and Gear S3 and I have downloaded 'Health Sync' from the Play store Link
I think it had a free trial then a one off purchase but its very reliable and will transfer all stats that you choose at set intervals throughout the day. I didn't notice a significant impact on battery life and I have it sync every 10mins.
It can also transfer historical data if you have been tracking using another app.
Garmin's are great Connect is really nice for tracking everything.
If you want to sync with Google Fit, it's totally doable. I've been using an app named Health Sync to do it, works good too. It's not free, but it's cheap enough if you're looking for that functionality, I think I paid $3.
>how to get the fitness tracking to sync with my GoogleFit, I need a third party app
Yes Health sync is pretty easy to use and reliable.
>I don't use Textra instead of the native messanger, so I'm not getting any prompts for texts
You should be, check Wear app > Notifications > see all > change most recent to all and find your SMS app and this will work for G-mail too.
some of my allowed apps
For non Samsung email and text apps you won't be able to start a conversation from the watch, unless that app has a watch app too.
There is a much easier method for that ;) you can feed Google fit by another solution.
I have 2 Smartwatches I am constantly use. 1 Galaxy Watch 46mm with Samsung Health and 1 Ticwatch Pro with Google Fit or TicHealth.
So that Google Fit and Samsung Health both always show the same values, I downloaded an app called "Health Sync"
Here is the link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync
With this App you can Sync the most popular Health Apps for smartphones there is a bit more than only Google Fit → Samsung Health and of course the other way around Samsung Health → Google Fit.
You can set a interval, phow often the app should sync and then it's everytime up to date on both
The only thing that bothers me a tiny little bit is that you have to pay for the app after a certain amount of time. I have paid 0.79€/6 months that's no money I think and it is the only way that works the way I need and I like. Maybe it's the same option for you
Yea this is the app to use can be slightly glitchy but overall works well
Why not both
These are the droids your are looking for.
There's an app called Health Sync that syncs your steps data from Google Fit to See Health, if that helps.
Health Sync is one app that can copy your Samsung Health data into Google Fit:
A bit more about Samsung compatibility is on this sub-thread: https://www.reddit.com/r/Android/comments/cmblkg/fossil_gen_5_watches_will_preinstall_cardiogram/ew1ljyf?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x
It's called Health Sync
Use this to sync fit and S health
I use this to sync Samsung Health to Google Fit
This app might work:
There’s heaps of other health syncing apps/service as well.
Health Sync, this app can sync data from Huawei health to Google Fit
I've had good success with using Health Synch to keep my Garmin watch, Nokia Scale, and Oura Ring all in synch
Try HealthSync https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync&hl=en_US
Works perfectly for Garmin to Google Fit
There is an app called health sync, https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync&hl=nl
You can also read this, https://help.kustom.rocks/i1172-i-signed-into-the-wrong-google-fitness-account-and-i-do-not-know-how-to-switch-accounts-to-track-steps/1/votes
Maybe you can try this out..
You would need to read the data in S-Health then sync it to fit. Health Sync will sync heart rate data both ways.
Try this app
It will with Health Sync: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync
Bought the app for 0.79€ per 6 months. But you can try it for two weeks for free.
Yes, with Google Fit and Healthsync https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync
There is an app called Health Sync (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync) that will sync between Google Fit and Samsung Health. I have used it and it works well.
Check out Healthsync https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync It's not perfect but it allows syncing between google fit data and shealth.
Here is an alternative way: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync
Though not free, there is a trial period and is pretty cheap after that.
This is correct for Google Health Connect, but I'm talking about Health Sync - a third party app.
I worked around it by using the Health Sync app to sync heart rate data from Fitbit -> Google Fit
Use Health Sync
Here is a work around to sync the health data with other apps.
Health Sync is great for sharing between many apps
Check out the Health Sync app. This might help to solve your issue.
I use this app - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync - for my GT2Pro, hopefully works for your Band too.
try "Health Sync". if direct sync does not work, consider use a google fit or something else as an intermediate step.
Yes, we absolutely plan on developing more direct integrations, including both Garmin and Fitbit ( u/CJBricks ).
Can you please submit this idea here:
... so others can upvote it as well if they're interested? We'll be doing this regardless, but the voting system will help us prioritize it accordingly on the roadmap.
I'm not the biggest fan of Google Fit either for exactly the reasons you mentioned, although you could always just have your activity synced with Google Fit from Garmin Connect, which will then pull in to the Caliber app.
I believe some people use this app to sync Garmin Connect with Google Fit:
This might be a decent temporary solution for now until we have a direct integration available.
Health sync allows you to export to a number of different platforms?
This seems to already do the job very well.
How's this different from Health Sync? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync
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I used this one.
Some things that come to mind:
You can sync daytime HR from Oura to Google Fit with an app called Health Sync
I'm using Health Sync app for this purpose.
Check the link below :
I use an app to sync Samsung Health with Google Fit which in turn syncs with Noom.
Then download this app....https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync
See if this app can help.
This might help
Have you tried Health sync...?
Also, what do you mean removed run club...?
Health Sync app can sync suunto to google fit for activities and steps but not sleep data
Looks like it syncs from Garmin connect to other apps.
Health Sync. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync&hl=en&gl=US
You can use this app to sync data from Samsung Health to WearOS(Fit) which can then be used in Pujie directly
I have never tried this app with Garmin for syncing health data: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync, but have used it with other services without an issue, and supposedly it does support Garmin.
Personally for long term trends etc I use: Habitdash, and Garmin is for my current stuff.
In terms of tracked activity I used https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.syncmytracks.free which did an awesome job of moving across all my tracked activities.
Check out the Health Synch App on the play store
I personally use a Samsung watch watch with the Health Sync app which syncs all my steps across to Google Fit from Samsung Health.
It supports most common tracking apps (including Fitbit) and I find works without a hitch.
No. But you can sync Samsung Health to Google Fit to achieve the same thing.
I think health sync will let you do that https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync
Try Health Sync: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync
Yes, I use this app and it works perfectly:
Check out Health Sync - set it up once and forget, it will sync your data in either direction without any intervention.
This app will sync your Samsung Health info to Google Fit. I haven't had any issues with it.
I just found this recent article from the5krunner: https://the5krunner.com/2020/08/24/suunto-significant-connectivity-expansion-in-ecosystem-more-to-come/
He is mentioning Health Sync app (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync&hl=en_IE) that is able to sync your steps to Google Fit :-)
I use this to populate my Google Fit from my Garmin
It is solid
I use an app called healthsync, it syncs samsung health with google fit which in turn syncs with Pogo.
With the Health Sync app I suppose: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync
You could use Health Sync to sync the data from Samsung Health.
Right now neither Fitbit or Garmin natively sync to Google Fit (that I could find). I used to use Health Sync to move my stuff from Fitbit to Google Fit when I had an Alta HR, and it looks like it does Garmin to Google Fit as well. It's not an elegant solution but Google doesn't like to share.
Looking at prices the Vivosmart might be your best bet to do straightforward tracking, but it won't have the training information that the Forerunners have... it won't have music or contactless payments, either. :/
I have been absolutely loving the 245, but the non-music variant starts above your price range before the Rally coupon if you can get it. If you can get the Rally coupon to work, I much prefer the 245 over the Vivosmart. The always-on-display is phenomenal and it just... works. This does mean you'll have to have your phone with you when you workout, though (for payments + music storage).
Use this app to link Samsung Health to Google Fit.
You could try Health Sync
And on the same line, HealthSync.
Here you go: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync
I use the health sync app to sync the data, works great.
I used this when I switched from my Fitbit to a Samsung Galaxy Watch: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync
Yep, it's called Health Sync
Garmin was at one point a Google Fit partner, but they never brought it to fruition. Fortunately there is an Application that does it for Google Fit.
I use Health Sync on Android to sync Garmin to Google Fit, and MFP to Sync from EufyLife to Google Fit which also sync with MFP and thusly Garmin.
It's actually seemless, the only application I ever open is EufyLife to weigh myself. I'd be glad to speak to more detail on this if needed.
This solved the problem for me:
"When you use a googlemail.com account for Google Fit, this won't work. There is a Google issue with googlemail.com accounts. You can fix this: In a webbrowser login to your gmail account and go to gmail settings. Go to the "accounts and import" tab and find the entry "send as" for your gmail account. Next to it you have to use the link "change to @gmail.com" and confirm that."
Having done that I rebooted my phone and all was well with the sync with fit option.
with thanks to https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync&hl=en_GB
To sync Bip with Google Fit you only need Mi Fit app (it's the free app from Xiaomi Amazfit), or other third party app like Notify & Fitness (in paid version).
If you also wanna sync Google Fit with Samsung Health, you need this app, but this is a paid version with a week trial. I like Samsung Health, and sync the sleep monitor and the Heart rate (Not the steps, because the s9 has already its own counter) as if I had a Samsung Gear. This is the app:
I find out the Health Sync app. This app really works
This isn't exactly what you're describing, but it is a way to sync the data across the various apps.
Use Sleep As Android to track sleep, it can sync the sleep data with Samsung Health and Google Fit. You can use an app called Health Sync to sync various data from Samsung Health to Fitbit or other combinations of sync to and from the 3 apps.
The issues I have are basically integration issues with other health and fitness apps. Generally this an issue for all fitness watches on Android Wear, Apple, and Samsung wearables.
I found a way to sync my information between Samsung health and Google Fit for those issues.
Ex. My company uses Jiff to provide insurance discounts. They only us Fitbit, Garmin, Google fit, etc. They are missing Samsung health and apple watch integration...To get by issue I use an app called health sync which copies my data to Google fit.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync something like this, if you are on Android
I sync mine with Google Fit using this app. Developer is very responsive and at this point has also built a strong integration with FitBit.
Install the "Health Sync" app from PlayStore.
Send data from Mi Fit to Google Fit, then use this to pass your step count etc to S Health.
At least that's what I used about a year ago.
On android you can get a third party that syncs with google fit. (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync)
The fit integrates with MyFitnessApp out of the box (well in app) as well and you can then tie that into a bunch of apps like Strava etc.
On iOS, you're kinda out of luck, unless you have a spare android or emulated android that you use just for syncing - (MyFitnessApp will then sync across systems and you can use that as a hub, but note that the Samsung Health app data absolutely doesn't).
I use this and it works well:
Try the gear S2. Its smaller, or even a gear fit. If you just want some tracking metrics into shealth, I was able to get it to sync with google fit using the HealthSync app. Google Fit can take pebble data, and of course android wear smartwatch data, so that drastically opens up your options. Don't expect a tight integration, its just going to report information from fit like steps, heartrate, maybe sleep, and in increments, not in realtime. Still its an option if you don't want a gear fit or the S2 is still too large for your tastes..
Link to the app:
Not directly. Only solution I know of is https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=nl.appyhapps.healthsync&hl=en
But that means keeping s-health AND google fit AND this health sync app running all the time. Kills battery life.
Yeah, it would be a problem if you want to use the watch, but there's an app for that.
I have a Gear S2. Mostly I take the phone with me when I go, so it doesn't get a lot of use. If I had Android Wear, and I didn't want to take the phone with me, I'd just use the app, I think.
You can use the Health Sync app to sync Google Fit with Samsung Health or Fitbit