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README.md

Fit Notifications (for Fitbit)

Fit Notifications is an Android app that allows you to view all your Android notifications on your Fitbit device, whether it is the Fitbit Alta, Blaze, Surge and Charge 2.

Get it on F-Droid Get it on Google Play

How to contribute

Fork the repository, download it to your workstation and import it into Android Studio. Make changes in your feature branch and send me a PR and I will look into it!

License information

This work is licensed under the Apache-2.0 license. All code contributed by me has the Apache-2.0 license header in the source code. Third party libraries that are used in this app are acknowledged under their appropriate licenses within their source code. The built app also contains a section on opensource licenses when run on your phone.

When you contribute code, I request you to contribute it under the Apache-2.0 license.

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