FitnessSyncer for HealthKit allows you to synchronize your HealthKit data with the FitnessSyncer cloud where you can see in our Dashboard or Stream, publish it to one of our destinations, or publish cloud data into HealthKit.
After logging into FitnessSyncer for HealthKit, select what type of data you wish to access. As you change these access types, you may be asked to grant permissions to FitnessSyncer to read or write this data. As with our cloud offering, you must accept all requested permissions.
Once that the permissions are granted, you can then use the “Sync” button which will synchronize the data with FitnessSyncer.
You should note that non-Pro users are limited to the number of sources and destinations tasks they have within their account and each of these sources count towards this. Also, advanced features such as filters are not available within the app, however, are available on FitnessSyncer.com.
You can log out from the application or you can remove the permissions granted to the application under the Permissions tab on your account.
If you wish to revisit the permissions you have granted to FitnessSyncer, you should open the Apple Health app, go to Sources, select FitnessSyncer for HealthKit and adjust the permissions appropriately.
FitnessSyncer for HealthKit will either sync when you press the “Sync” button or if you enable Auto-Sync in the settings and allow Notifications, we will periodically synchronize at least once a day assuming that your device has appropriate network access. Auto-Sync on FitnessSyncer for HealthKit is a separate permission than that in your profile and in particular, it should be noted that it does not publish changes immediately. To disable Auto-Sync, you would do so from the Settings.
If you are a FitnessSyncer Pro user, you can control the frequency of the auto-sync by adding a Refresh Source Destination Task and scheduling it appropriately.
Should you have any feedback or issues regarding the app, please do not hesitate to contact us.