While we don’t have a direct Apple Health integration in-app, I’ve been using HealthFit to import the *.fit download files from the website directly. However, I’ve noticed the responsive website hides the
Download option when the layout is smaller than
lg. (Meaning: desktop gets
Download but mobile does not). On Apple, I can download *.fit files directly to my
iCloud Files and that’s where I import them into HealthFit.
Is it possible we can remove the layout restriction on the download link itself so I can download more easily on the device right after my workout?
Hey! This isn’t currently on the roadmap for the next mobile update. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
Have you tried using TR’s Dropbox sync? You can enable it here:
I was able to access in Dropbox app on my iPhone and Export to HealthFit:
Thanks @bbarrera! Yeah, I’m sure DropBox works great! I’m a developer, and one of those people who has watched DB’s missteps the past few years, so I’m still not to the point where I trust them as a storage provider with anything other than publicly accessible data. It’s no problem though! I’ll just keep doing what I do (using a browser on a desktop). Thanks @IvyAudrain for the update! Apple Health would be higher priority for sure!
I’m guessing then you are also aware that Strava and Garmin (if you have Garmin Connect) are conduits for importing summary activity data into Apple Health.
Yup, thanks again! I probably just need to re-evaluate my data flow since it has changed a few times over the years.