List of Fitness Trackers Compatible with MyFitnessPal

Fitness trackers have been popular for a while now and it is easy to see why. Not only can they help with your fitness goals, but some of them also provide useful lifestyle information.

But what is the point of having a fitness tracker that can’t connect with major health-focused apps?

Some of you might be using MyFitnessPal to log your food intake and calories in order to lose weight. It’s an easy way to track your calorie intake, helping you maintain your diet better than just guessing.

Connecting your fitness tracker with MyFitnessPal will allow you to make sure that you eat enough calories every day while losing weight at the same time. However, the problem is we don’t know – Which fitness tracker brands work with MyFitnessPal?

This post lists all the major fitness tracker brands that work with MyFitnessPal, so you won’t end up buying a fitness tracker with a compatibility issue. Let’s Explore!

List of Fitness Trackers Compatible with MyFitnessPal

Apple Watch

Good news! You can install MyFitnessPal’s standalone app right on your Apple Watch. By having a standalone MFP app on your watch, you can easily interact with the UI from your wrist.

Your Apple Watch gets the watch version of MyFitnessPal once you install it on your iPhone. This only happens if you have the auto-install feature enabled on your Apple Watch.

Because of this, it’s better to have the auto-install option turned on. To do this, Open Settings on your Watch > launch App Store > Turn On Automatic Downloads.

As a health companion, MyFitnessPal on Apple Watch lets you use step data from the watch to adjust your calorie goal, add water to your diary, add calories quickly, and view your remaining calories, nutrients, and step goals for the day. Sounds cool, Right? 

Here’s how to get MyFitnessPal to start working on your Apple Watch:

  • Ensure you’ve logged in to your MFP account on your iPhone.
  • Launch MyFitnessPal on your Apple Watch. It’ll auto register your Apple Watch with the MyFitnessPal app on iPhone.
  • Then, launch the MFP iPhone app, and tap More > Steps.
  • Select ‘Apple Watch‘ as the step source. That’s all!

Fitbit Trackers

Fitbit has partnered with MyFitnessPal to support all its fitness trackers and smartwatches. These include popular models like Versa, Charge, Inspire, Sense, etc.

When you connect your Fitbit Tracker to MyFitnessPal, all of the data from your Fitbit syncs with your MyFitnessPal account. As a result, Fitbit will automatically adjust your daily calorie goal to reflect your activity level. You may wonder, What other data does Fitbit sync with MFP?

Fitbit syncs calories, steps, and weight data (only for Fitbit scales) to your MyFitnessPal Account. On the other hand, MyFitnessPal posts cardio, food, weight as well as food insights to your Fitbit account.

Here’s how to connect Fitbit with MyFitnessPal:

  • Open MyFitnessPal and Sign In to your account.
  • On the dashboard, tap on Menu.
  • Select Apps & Devices from the drop-down menu.
  • From the list, Select Fitbit Tracker. And tap Connect.
  • Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup process.

Must Read | How to Sync Fitbit with MyFitnessPal? Tips to Fix Sync Issues

Garmin Trackers

A wide range of Garmin fitness trackers is officially compatible with the MyFitnessPal app. All Garmin devices use the Garmin Connect companion app to sync with MyFitnessPal.

By connecting your Garmin Tracker to MyFitnessPal, Garmin will sync Weight, Workout data logged in Garmin Connect, Step Count, and its calorie burn data with MyFitnessPal. MFP, however, will sync Calories Consumed and Individual Exercises logged directly in Garmin with MyFitnessPal.

Here’s how to connect Garmin with MyFitnessPal:

  • Open MyFitnessPal and Sign In to your account.
  • On the dashboard, tap on Menu.
  • Select Apps & Devices from the drop-down menu.
  • From the list, Select Garmin Connect. And tap Connect.
  • Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup process.

Note: If you are using MyFitnessPal’s updated apps that have the Steps feature, make Garmin your primary step source. To do this, Go to the menu in MFP > Steps > Select Garmin.

Related | How to Connect MyFitnessPal to Garmin (Fix Sync Issues)

Misfit Wearables (Shine Series)

You can connect your Misfit Shine smart trackers to get an array of MyFitnessPal features that you can use on the go. The Shine series fitness trackers from Misfit is one of the most stylish activity trackers and the perfect companion for anyone who desires to have a healthy lifestyle.

Once Misfit and MFP are connected, your Misfit activity data will automatically sync to your MyFitnessPal account. Moreover, information such as weight and nutrition that you enter into MyFitnessPal gets synced to your Misfit companion app.

Here’s how to connect Misfit Shine with MyFitnessPal:

  • Open MyFitnessPal and Sign In to your account.
  • On the dashboard, tap on Menu.
  • Select Apps & Devices from the drop-down menu.
  • From the list, Select Misfit Shine. And tap Connect.
  • Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup process.

Note: Misfit & MFP partnership is only applicable to iOS device users.

Withings Wearables

Withings wearables that support Health Mate as their companion app works with MyFitnessPal. With this partnership, Withings users can manage their weight and access the world’s largest food database.

When you connect your Withings to MyFitnessPal, it exports steps, calories, and weight data tracked by Withings scales and fitness trackers. Withings Health Mate app also imports nutrition information from MyFitnessPal, letting you manage your daily calorie budget.

Here’s how to connect Withings with MyFitnessPal:

  • Open the Withings Health Mate app and Sign In to your account.
  • Go to your profile section.
  • Under Apps, tap MyFitnessPal.
  • Tap Open. And follow the on-screen instructions to set it up.

Polar Trackers

Polar trackers that support Polar Flow as their companion app can be connected to MyFitnessPal. The primary purpose of this partnership is to help you track your fitness and nutrition triumphs.

When Polar and MFP are connected, you can see how many calories you’ve burned and how many calories you’ve left. Moreover, it allows you to track your diet and exercise to determine your nutritional necessities and calorie intake. Let’s see how you can connect both.

Here’s how to connect Polar with MyFitnessPal:

  • Open the Polar Flow app and Sign In.
  • From the dashboard, Go to General Settings > Enable MyFitnessPal.
  • You’ll be prompted with a license agreement, read it, and tap Connect.
  • Fill in your MyFitnessPal login credentials and Sign In.
  • Upon logging in, the MyFitnessPal app will open and you’ll need to grant Polar read and write access to your food and exercise records.
  • Select the Polar device that you want to connect. That’s All!

Wahoo Trackers

The MyFitnessPal app has partnered with Wahoo to allow MyFitnessPal users to easily connect their accounts with Wahoo’s fitness trackers and apps for tracking workouts, calories, and weight info.

Here’s how to connect Wahoo with MyFitnessPal:

  • Open your Wahoo fitness app.
  • Go to Settings > Tap ‘Sharing’
  • From the list, Select MyFitnessPal.
  • Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup process.

FAQs On Fitness Tracker’s Compatibilty with MyFitnessPal

Does MyFitnessPal work with Samsung Watch?

MyFitnessPal’s standalone app is no longer available for Samsung Watches running on Tizen OS. However, Samsung Watches running on Wear OS can still install MyFitnessPal’s standalone app.

Is Amazfit Compatible with MyFitnessPal?

MyFitnessPal does not currently have the Amazfit device integration.

Does MyFitnessPal Work with Whoop?

As of now, Whoop doesn’t support MyFitnessPal integration. However, the integration would be great if it were possible in the future. Here’s an official tweet you can refer to.

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