Pacer syncs with a limited number of devices and apps at this time.
We’ve focused our Pacer app on phone-based step counting. The main reason is that most people carry a smartphone around with them most of the day, so using a phone to count steps is easy and cost-effective, as no additional step counting hardware is required. Check back to this article at any time to see the updated list.
Apple Health & Apple Watch - Yes
Pacer can sync with Apple Health directly, and by extension wearables that can sync to Apple Health (Garmin, etc). Pacer can pull steps from Apple Health to track with an Apple Health or other Apple Health compatible device. Pacer can also send steps to Apple Health as a step source.
Direct Connection with any other Fitness Wearable - No
iOS users looking to connect Fitbit to Apple Health
Contrary to public understanding, Fitbit and Apple Health do not openly share data with each other, so unfortunately at this time Pacer iOS does not connect with Fitbit wearables. There are 3rd party Fitbit/Apple Health connector apps available, but Pacer Health does not endorse them because they do not always work as expected.
Fitbit - Yes
Android Pacer can sync with Fitbit devices directly. You can pull steps from your Fitbit into Pacer to track your steps using your Fitbit device.
Direct Connection with any other Fitness App or Wearable - No
Pacer for iOS can sync with Apple Health. See above for details.
Pacer Android & iOS can send steps and calories burned data to MyFitnessPal. This allows you to account for your walking exercise and calories burned in the MyFitnessPal app.
Pacer cannot pull steps from MyFitnessPal, nor can it use MyFitnessPal as a step source.