Lydia has removed its API services.
Tomtom MySports has shut down its service.
Misfit has removed its API services.
UnderAmour has removed Body Composition and Sleep support from MapMyFitness and UnderAmour.
Starting December 31, 2020, UnderAmour will retire Endomondo. We will continue to support their platform until their APIs stop working.
Striiv shut down its services in October, 2020.
Starting July 1, 2020, UnderAmour will no longer provide the ability to read or write 24/7 steps. Steps associated with activities such as runs will still be available for reading and writing, but not the daily summary steps.
Samsung is changing its policies and does not allow third party applications to write steps. FitnessSyncer can continue to read your steps, however, all step-based metrics will no longer be available after June 30, 2020.
LifeFitness has announced that it are discontinuing its API in favor of a paid API. Unfortunately, there is not enough interest in their service to justify their fee. We may reconsider should there be significant requests for HaloFitness.
Microsoft HealthVault has announced that it will be discontinuing its service on November 20, 2019. We will continue to support their platform until their APIs stop working.
Microsoft Health has announced that it will be discontinuing its service on May 31, 2019. We will continue to support their platform until their APIs stop working.
Daily Mile has announced that it will be discontinuing its service on March 20, 2019. We will continue to support their platform until their APIs stop working.
To improve data privacy and security, Google Fit will limit access to your location information. For uploaded activities with Location information, this will only be visible within Google Fit. For downloaded activities, we will no longer have access to your location data in Google Fit.
Facebook is removing the ability for us to post your activities to Facebook, so we are removing support for this in our social destination tasks.
Facebook has announced that they are deprecating the MovesApp effective July 31, 2018. We will continue to provide service until this time. More information is available here.
As Fitbug was the only provider which supported Aerobic Steps, we have removed the ability to specify Aerobic Steps and Duration. For any previously stored activities, there are now added as part of your steps and durations.
Due to the General Data Protection Regulation, FDDB has removed its API as of February 28, 2018. We will continue to provide service until this time.
Beddit has deprecated its API, but while they have not provided us with a date when this will be removed, we will continue to provide the service. Once it is removed or stops working, we will formally remove it.
Sony has turned off the Sony Lifelog API and has not provided an alternative to acquire this data at this time. All existing data in your account from Sony Lifelog is safely stored unless you issue a reset, but no new data will be received.
As Fitbug is transitioning its business model, they have removed its Fitbug API, and we have removed this service. All existing data in your account from Fitbug is safely stored unless you issue a reset, but no new data will be received.
TrainingPeaks API has changed on December 7th, 2016, and some of our features were impacted:
Should you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us.
Garmin Connect made changes to their API, which is summarized here.
Fitbit removed Blood Pressure and Glucose tracking from their API.
Advanced Tasks have been removed from FitnessSyncer to allow an easier-to-use experience and allow you to see your information on our FitnessSyncer Stream and Dashboard, which allows for better visibility to the data, better debuggability, and a better overall experience. Instead, add a new Source and add a Destination.
Nike Fuel has changed its developer program and has not extended invitations to existing partners. At this time, users who have already configured their account in FitnessSyncer will continue to have access to their data. However, we will not be able to extend this ability to new users. That said, most of the data should be available within Google Fit and Apple Health. We apologize for the inconvenience.