Fitt took the beta wrapper off its fitness competition service today and launched to the general public. The service previously spun an early beta group of 120 users into more than 10,000, depending on those first users to invite others onto its platform.
Another fitness app? Yes, but of a slightly different varietal: Fitt is built around the idea of challenges and wants you to keep moving. It collects data from Fitbits, Jawbone UPs and the step-tracking app Moves (the company plans to add additional sources in the future) and allows users who use those tools to compete with one another. You challenge others to, say, walk a certain percentage more per day than their average, which Fitt calculates for you. Read more >>