Fitbit Tracker, which was released earlier this month in beta status, has been updated to version 0.9.5.0. Along with the usual general bug fixes, the latest version also resolves a known issue where imported activity times display with way too many digits. It also adds some great new functionality and options.
The most significant addition is the ability to manually enter sleep times, as well as view your sleep logs and patterns. While many Fitbit users may not use their devices primarily for the sleep capabilities, any time you can do something from your phone, rather than from a website, it's progress.
And speaking of not using certain functions, v0.9.5.0 now offers up the option to hide/show whichever Dashboards you choose. Now you only have to cycle through the ones you use or find relevant. And if you use Fitbit Tracker to pin your Goals to the start screen as tiles, you now have the option to make those tiles follow your phone's theme.
Fitbit Tracker developer, Shane Chism, has done a fantastic job with his app. It's easily become my favorite Fitbit app. If you use Fitbit, I highly recommend you get it here for free.
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