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Garmin Connect partner app/sync

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    markus.braun

    Any response from withings?

    I use https://github.com/magnific0/nokia-weight-sync but it seems that changes to withings policy prevent this tool from working in the future. Right now I'm still able to sync but I'm not able to add a new account.

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    bkuberek

    I would like Health Mate to add Gamin Connect integration as well please.

    Thank you

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    dennis

    I agree that Health Mate should sync directly to Garmin Connect. There is little reason that the most complete activity tracker should not directly have the benefit of the data that Withing collects.

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    ghostland

    Another request for this. It is really frustrating not being able to sync with Garmin connect.

    I hope you can find a way to sync both ways with Garmin connect.

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    drew

    Sync with Garmin Connect would be nice

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    svenhermesdorf

    1+ A lot of people use workarounds, both services have API´s, so why not?

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    han

    Garmin is currently the number one sports watch among athletes so it would only be logical that Withings and Garmin would link up their data.  When can we get this to happen?

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    ajpsmith666

    Yes when will this happen ?

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    arutscheidt

    Before rumours rise:

    There is an App (WeightLogger) that can handle all body composition data and export it via .fit file (manual upload in GC) or upload directly into GC by providing username and password. (.csv currently doesn't work)

    So it works!

    Just in case any Garmin or Withings people answer that it's not possible so they won't implement it ;-)

     

    For me a build-in mechanism would be nice to. So I do not have to put everithing manually into that tool and then upload.

    And I do not have to write any code :-)

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    danielsfrazier

    This is a frequently requested integration but I feel like they will ignore it forever because they want you to buy their inferior watch. I have the sleep mat, thermometer, blood pressure cuff and body cardio. I love it from a HEALTH tracking perspective. I'd rather track my activity elsewhere with a platform I've used for 8+ years. You can't deny Garmin provides a superior device for the athlete. I personally use the Forerunner 945. None of Withings offerings even come close so there is no option for me to even consider.

    Today I got an email about "12 months of health innovations". BPM Core ECG that was never released in the US. They stripped away the only compelling reason to buy the body cardio scale by removing the "pulse wave velocity" feature. Oh, but lets get all excited about a new ECG ScanWatch that is likely not to be released in the US for the same reasons the BPM Core and Body Cardio (pwv) are not released.

    Their proudest moments this year according to their email is Strava integration, a trial of some third party meditation app and a useless (to myself and my doctor) health report that doesn't include my activity tracker information because they don't allow integration with third party trackers.

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    arutscheidt

    danielsfrazier

    I have the Fenix 5X and the Body Cardio, so the flagships of both worlds. There should be a way to sync them.

    In Germany the "pulse wave velocity" is active again, but the other reason for me was the Li-Ion Battery. No serious alternative has a rechargable battery and I don't want to waste normal ones every 6 months into the environment and buy new ones.

    I also don't want to use Strava or MyFitnessPal or sth like that. Just sync in time without 3rd parties.

    So Garmin isn't better. You can only import body comp. from their scale or "Tabata"?. You can't even input the values yourself manually by typing them into the app.

    So all my hope goes to Withings if they want to hold their customers or loose them like Garmin. There is no sense in having the best professional hardware without the ability to use them professionally. Maybe I have to deal with FitBit and Suunto or sth like that...

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    danielsfrazier

    Garmin is better, in my opinion, from a sports watch and activity tracker perspective. I like withings for health trackers. 

    You can get your body cardio (all metrics) into garmin. You just have to run your own interface. I use this on a VM I built. However, I saw recently there is now a docker option. https://github.com/jaroslawhartman/withings-garmin-v2

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