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Fitbit said it plans to kill one of its features soon. It is synchronization of music on handheld devices using PCs and Macs.
Fitbit now lets you sync your music playlists through the Connect app for PC and Mac. However, this option will not be available for a long time. The company has announced that it plans to get rid of this solution and it will happen quite soon.
In the documentation on the Fitbit support site, information was found about the termination of this option. It is expected to disappear from the Connect app for PC and Mac during the next fall. The exact date is October 13, 2022. After this date, only synchronization via the mobile application for Android and iOS smartphones will be possible.
By the way, Fitbit explains that the ability to listen to music stored directly in the devices’ memory will stick around. In addition, support for syncing music via Deezer and Pandora will continue.
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