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Microsoft Mobile US is giving away a Nokia Lumia 830 and Fitbit bundle, and the contest closes in only 2 days. To enter you simply need to give your name, email address and answer one simple question on the Lumia US Facebook page. Microsoft is giving away 5 bundles, with the winners being announced on the 30th November. Enter on…

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Microsoft today announced that the official Fitbit app is coming to Windows Phone devices. The Fitbit Windows Phone app features all the basic things you expect from a fitness tracking app.  You can use it to start tracking all-day activity, workouts and health. This app makes use of Bluetooth 4.0 LE to sync your Fitbit device with your phone. You can…

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One by one the desirable headline apps are falling in place, and the latest heading to Windows Phone appears to be a Fitbit app for Windows Phone. The fitness-tracking armband can currently sync activity data with iOS and Android, and the company also has a Windows 8 app, but the great news is that Fitbit is also looking for a…

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We reported earlier on Fitbit support confirming the company is working on a Windows Phone app which was “expected soon”. We have now had a contact from Fitbit’s PR team which puts some breaks on the idea and suggests their Windows Phone developers are still doing their warm-ups. They write: Thanks for your interest in Fitbit. I work with Fitbit…

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We posted recently that Fitbit’s twitter support teased a Windows Phone app, but did not quite confirm it. The company in fact already has a Windows 8 app, making the Windows Phone app a no-brainer. They have now replied to a reader enquiring about Windows Phone support with the following message: Hello, We are glad to help with your inquiry…

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Last we heard Fitbit had “no current plans” for a Windows Phone app, despite having a Windows 8 Metro app already in the Windows Store. It seems however that persistent demands from Windows Phone fans are being heard, with Fitbit Support in their most recent tweets saying they have passed on these requests to their engineers. Whether this will result…