The Wii Balance Board Can Also Be a Smart Scale with Android

A trend by manufacturers is to have a home connected, with hundreds of devices interacting, exchanging information and making our life a little easier. One of these aspects is the Bless you, specific weight, a determinant fact to check if we have a healthy enough pace.

Right now there are a few scales with Bluetooth connection, but that would be to go the easy way. Right now there is a project by Modaco developers to use the Wii Balance Board Nintendo as a scale bluetooth’s low budget, but equally effective, because we will not have to resort to other wholesale price if you already have it previously for other reasons.

The application that works this wonder is FitScales, and the procedure is more complicated than what one expects, but it is equally effective for all those who already have this accessory. To work you must have activated the bluetooth of the terminal, launch the application by entering height and the applications to which you want to connect and click on the button of synchronization of the table of Nintendo.

Once ready, simply climb to the weight that we have and that the services available to be updated. It is not the easiest method, but it allows us to save us money on more devices, the confidence that this scale allows use in games designed to exercise, which can be welcomed for who wants to be in shape. Their big problem is that starting from Android 4.2 does not work, which is an impediment to many terminals of range tip or upgraded using ROM.

Fitscales Version 4.0

  • Version of Android: from 2.1 to 4.1
  • Developer: Paul Burton
  • Download it in: Google Play
  • Price: free
  • Category: Tools

Weigh yourself quickly and easily with a Wii Fit Balance Board and Bluetooth enabled Android device. Weighing yourself is as simple as starting FitScales, syncing the balance board then standing still on the board when FitScales is ready. You can optionally sync your weight with RunKeeper and/or FitBit for easy tracking. FitScales makes for a convenient free (open source) alternative to costly high-tech bathroom scales. Suitable for both phones and tablets.