Walker Tracker pairs with the all major brands of wireless devices and apps to make it easy to transfer your data. Clip on your pedometer or band or drop your phone in your  pocket and get movin’!

DevicesWireless wearable Devices:

  • Fitbit
  • Garmin
  • Misfit
  • Jawbone
  • Withings
  • Striiv
  • Microsoft

 

Direct integration within the Walker Tracker App:

 

Looking for alternatives on your Smartphone? You don’t need a device, your phone will do the tracking. Try one of the following:

  • Withings HealthMate for Android or iOS (in app tracking)
  • Fitbit for Android, iOS or Windows (in app tracking)
  • Argus by Azumio for Android or iOS (in app tracking)
  • MyFitnessPal

 

Check your program’s Help page for instructions on pairing your device or app. Program administrators can contact their account manager to turn on the ability to pair these devices directly with Walker Tracker.

What is your favorite device?  Let us know in the comments below.

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    Ranjith Coapullai says:

    Xiaomi is currently ranked #3 in fitness trackers around the world, After Fitbit and the Apple Watch.
    I’ve been using the walker tracker program since 2015 and I think its high time the MiBand or MiBand pulse API’s were added to the portfolio.

    Cheers,
    Coplay

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    Lisa Miller says:

    I have been using the Pacer app on my Galaxy S5 phone. It’s pedometer’s sensitivity is adjustable so I was able do do some test walking and get it adjusted just right to count all my steps but not over count. I LOVE it! I tried to link it to Walker Tracker so I wouldn’t have to go in and manually enter my steps but it didn’t work. Anything you could do so my friends who use it and I could link Pacer to Walker Tracker? That would be wonderful!

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    Janet says:

    I cannot find a place to sync my UP band. It is on Bluetooth but I’m not getting credit for all my steps. Any ideas for me?

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    • Ellen
      Ellen says:

      Hi Qiana,

      Samsung does not allow for the data they collect (such as your steps) to be shared with other apps such as Walker Tracker. This is why we are not able to offer the connection to S Health and their devices.

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    • Ellen
      Ellen says:

      Hi Phil,

      Samsung does not allow for the data they collect (such as your steps) to be shared with other apps such as Walker Tracker. This is why we are not able to offer the connection to S Health and their devices.

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    Jennifer says:

    Hey Kip, doesn’t look like you can. I have had to manually add my riding times. The only thing that bothers me is that it doesn’t differentiate road and mountain biking. There is a huge difference between and average pace of 11-12mph on a mountain bike vs a 11-12mph on a road bike :/

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    Sonya says:

    Hi Blanca,

    I’m having difficulty linking my fitbit alta to track my steps. Can you help me link it so I don’t have to manually track my steps?

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