Fitbit will soon no longer allow you to transfer music from your PC

You will soon be unable to transfer music from your computer to your Fitbit Versa, Versa 2

Fitbit has announced the discontinuation of its Fitbit Connect app, leaving you with only two options for downloading music to your device: a paid membership to Pandora or Deezer

Fitbit Connect is a Mac and Windows companion program that allows you to sync fitness data between devices and transfer music to previous Fitbit devices

Fitbit has gradually phased out the program in favor of its mobile app and no longer promotes it on its setup page

There is no way to download music to your Fitbit without a paid subscription to Pandora or Deezer without access to Connect

Fitbit comments on its support website that you may get a 90-day trial for Pandora and Deezer, which will cost you $9.99 PM for Deezer Premium or $4.99 PM for Pandora Plus

This update does not affect later Fitbit models since they do not include the ability to transfer files between your PC and Fitbit device

 Devices like Fitbit Versa 3 and Sense only allow you to download music through Deezer or Pandora

Suppose you have an older Fitbit with the capacity to store music. In that case, you can still access the music files on your Fitbit gadget right now

But you won't be able to download any other songs without Pandora or Deezer after the October deadline