Fitbit finally released the Fitbit Activity Tracker application onto the Android platform yesterday, allowing users of the OS to link their Fitbit One or Fitbit Zip with their devices using Bluetooth 40.

The app which was once only available on the iPhone, is now compatible with the Samsung Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note II, with more devices coming soon.

If you don’t know yet, the app allows you to see live data collected from the tracker, including steps taken and calories burnt, and even information on your sleep patterns, latest weight and BFI.

Of course there’s a lot more too it than that, you can check out our full review of the Fitbit Zip for more information.

You can download the Android version today from Google Play.

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