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With the launch of their latest personal fitness product a few days ago, Fitbit also brought news that syncing with Android devices was finally on the horizon. As such, they're now recruiting for willing volunteers for a private beta test. Initially, only Samsung Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 owners need apply, and only users of the Fitbit One and the Fitbit Zip.

They're also looking for people who will put the application seriously through its paces. Participants need to be able to donate 1-3 hours of time per week to update the developers with issues. Additionally, the key word is private, and all participants will be asked to sign an NDA that they won't share any information outside of the programme. If this sounds like your thing, hit the source link below and send in your application. The beta test will run between Jan. 13 and Jan. 25. 

Source: Fitbit

 
There are 5 comments

Greybucks says:

And there is actually a reason that the Galaxy S 3 and the Note 2 are the only ones able to partake in the Beta test, Ausdroid found out the reason why from FitBit http://ausdroid.net/2013/01/10/fitbit-looking-for-beta-testers-for-new-a...

my3poos says:

I filled out the info and would love to help. I haven't heard back from them yet.

XavierMatt says:

Because Samsung added BLE or whatever it is to it's hardware. Sammy gave them access, we are cool.

fyrfytr24 says:

I would LOVE to test the new fitbit, but sadly I dont have an old one so it looks like I am excluded from this beta

my3poos says:

I never heard from them!