But hey, a little bit of Googling revealed that there's a Kindle app for Fitbit. Easy to access and install and voila! Within moments I could upload the Fitbit's data to the Fitbit dashboard and I was ready to roll. Or walk, actually.
I have no complaints with the Fitbit itself. I like that it's tiny. It lives in my pocket during the day and in its silicone clip at night when I've got my jammies on.
Because oh, yes, I have fallen for making sure every single footstep is recorded. I don't wear it in bed - the model I have, the Zip, is not like the more upscale models that tell you about your sleep patterns (I don't need a device to tell me how poorly I sleep!). The Fitbit in its clip sits on the bed table where I can grab it and walk with it pressed against the top of my leg when I get up to go to the bathroom in the middle of the night. So every single step is recorded.
Isn't that terrible?
No, it is not. I have already increased my footsteps from a few thousand on the first days - just doing my regular ranch chores gets me that - to a whopping 10.2K yesterday! Isn't that what the Fitbit and other devices like it are for? To encourage getting exercise?
Well it does exactly that, so I say in spite of the installation fail, the Fitbit is a winner for me.