Right now, these phone and tablet owners have to use a special USB Bluetooth nub meant for computers to transfer their daily steps and other data from the wristband to the Fitbit dashboard.
Walking to a computer just to wirelessly update the Android app isn't the sort of energy Fitbit wearers want to expel, even if it does burn a few extra calories along the way.
How to sign up for the Fitbit beta
The news about the Fitbit Android beta for the Nexus devices first appeared in the What's New section of the Google Play Store app.
The company informed perceptive readers of the release notes that beta access can be sought by filling out this form.
It requires your Google ID email, mobile device's model number, and the version of the Android OS you are running right now. It also asks which of the four Fitbit trackers you are using.
Interestingly, this suggests that the new app version will be compatible with Fitbit's entire collection of trackers, not just the newly released Fitbit Force.
Fitbit hasn't revealed when the first beta invites go out to quality testing quantified selfers, but we reached out to the company for a comment and will update this story when we hear back.
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