Premium users can sync directly with Fitbit or Garmin devices or with any device that is capable of pushing data to Google Fit or Apple Health.

Fitbit & Garmin

WARNING: First make sure that you have created a Carb Manager account from within your phone app. Go to Settings > Account Settings and verify that you're signed in on your phone and notice the email address used for that account. If you've not created an account, you'll see a link to create one. For more about accounts, see this link.

To connect a Fitbit device, please log in to the website (www.carbmanager.com) and go to Settings > Connect with Fitbit. You'll be taken to a web page to enter your Fitbit credentials so you can grant permissions to push the data to Carb Manager, and then will be sent back to Carb Manager. 

To connect a Garmin device, please log in to the website (www.carbmanager.com) and go to Settings > Connect with Garmin. You'll be taken to a web page to enter your Garmin credentials so you can grant permissions to push the data to Carb Manager, and then will be sent back to Carb Manager.

Carb Manager pulls activity minutes, calories burned, steps, weight, and sleep from both Fitbit and Garmin.

Apple Health & Google Fit 

Connecting with the Apple Health app or Google Fit allows you to pull data from any device that can push data to these apps, including Apple Watch.

To connect with Apple Health, please open the app on your iPhone and go to Settings > Connect with Health app. Select all fields that you wish to sync. 

To connect with Google Fit, please open the app on your Android device and go to Settings > Connect with Google Fit

Carb Manager pulls activity minutes, calories burned, steps, weight, and blood glucose from Apple Health, and activity minutes, calories burned, and steps from Google Fit. Carb Manager also pushes nutrition data to Apple Watch.

Refer to instructions for your fitness device to determine how to enable syncing with Apple Health or Google Fit. Once your device is pushing calories burned (active energy), minutes exercised, and steps to Google Fit or Apple Health, Carb Manager will start importing those data.

Third-Party Apps

If your device does not sync with Google Fit or Apple Health directly, you may be able to use a third-party syncing app to get your data integrated, which can then be read by Carb Manager.

Samsung users, please see this FAQ.

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