Good news, Fitbit Android users! You may now track your activity using some of your Samsung devices. The application allows you to monitor your activities and goals wherever you are. It connects using Bluetooth 4.0, which is also available in newer Samsung products such as the Galaxy S III and the Galaxy note II, and most likely succeeding generations of popular Samsung devices.
This is a major milestone for Samsung and Google because they somehow encourage users to engage in fitness activities and healthy nutrition through reminders, contests, etc. There are various Fitbit Series and those who use the Fitbit Flex can launch the application immediately by tapping the band.
You will receive immediate and constant push notifications on your paired devices. Fitbit is truly perfect for those who want to overhaul their lifestyles and further increase the awesomeness of their other Samsung devices.
Dropbox users will definitely appreciate the improvements on the application for PC and for Android devices. New features that help you accept invites a lot easier and quickly checkout links and photos that others have shared with you have been added on the new Dropbox version. An added feature that also lets you check the latest activities on your common folders will be available and you will get real-time notices when someone saves files on your common folders.
On the other hand, Android users will also get to experience these improvements on their devices since the Dropbox for Android app has also been updated. Other things to look forward to are some bug fixes as well as support for other languages such as Portuguese.
Dropbox allows you to save plenty of files on common folders that get updated once people you share it with go online with their computer. Initially, a 2GB allowance is given but this increases each time you add someone to your shared folders' list.
- New Notifications UI in the tray for Windows and Mac.
- Autoupdate improvements.
- Other small fixes.
- Dropbox is now translated to Brazilian Portuguese!
- Fix for 0 byte files appearing when programs like Adobe Lightroom are being used.
Link to download: DropBox