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Fuelboard, the un-Official Nike+ Fuelband app, is now available in the Windows Phone Store

Fuelboard

We made mention some time ago that an unofficial Nike+ Fuelband app was in the works for the Windows Phone 8 platform. Well the app, Fuelboard, has completed testing and certification and is now live in the Windows Phone Store.

While Fuelboard won't directly sync with your Nike Fuelband, it will tap into your Fuelband account and pull the data to your Windows Phone.

Fuelboard

Fuelboard gives you the ability to review current, past week and lifetime summaries from your Fuelband account. You also get graphs for Fuel Calories and Steps to keep you in tune with your fitness progress.

The downside to things is that there isn't a trial version for Fuelboard but the full version is only running $.99. Not a bad deal if you need to monitor your Fuelband data on the go.  Oh, there is also a Windows 8 version of the apps in the works and should be submitted for certification in the coming weeks.

You can find Fuelboard here in the Windows Phone Store.  Just keep in mind it's for Windows Phone 8 devices only.

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Fuelboard, the un-Official Nike+ Fuelband app, is now available in the Windows Phone Store

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Is the reason that none of these apps sync with the device (fuelband, fitbit, etc.) due to not having an official app or because we don't have bluetooth 4 support?
 
It's really weird seeing MS have a whole table in teh MS Store showing the Fitbit and a big sign that says to check out the Fitbit app on Windows 8 but we can't even get an official app or sync support in WP8 :(

I also think it might be the bluetooth 4 support. We have the same problem with all of the heart rate monitors with Runtastic offering a doohickey that sticks in the audio jack to communice with one of the monitors they offer. I think it is a pretty big missing feature.

Somebody please make an unofficial Etsy app. Converted my wife from iOS to WP8 and her most vitally used app is MIA. :(

I might be giving this a try and see how it compares to the Fitbit app (I use both the Fitbit and the Fuelband).