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Tech News Get ready to say goodbye to Fitbit accounts

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  • On its help page, Fitbit addresses its new “Fitbit by Google” branding and future plans it has for Google accounts on Fitbit.
  • In a list of questions and answers, Fitbit announces it will be ending support for Fitbit accounts in 2025.
  • Users will be able to migrate their data over to their Google account starting in 2023.


If you have a Fitbit account, a major change is coming your way. According to the company, it will be ending support for Fitbit accounts and will require a Google account instead.

Fitbit officially became a part of Google back in January 2021. Since then, Google has been finding ways to get its ecosystem and Fitbit’s ecosystem closer together. For example, Google has said that its upcoming Pixel Watch will have deep integration with Fitbit. The latest push toward this united front is Fitbit’s new “Fitbit by Google” branding.


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