Fitbit is rolling out OS 3.0 to the Versa and Ionic smartwatch models, bringing a raft of apps, features, and enhancements to help you get even more out of your smartwatch
- achu health: This clock face transfers your Fitbit data to achu’s illness prediction technology to help you evaluate potential illness, providing alerts when your body show signs of sickness before it happens.
- Couch to 5K: Pulls your Fitbit data including distance and calories burned to provide you with insights and training programs for races ranging from 5K to a marathon.
- Genius Wrist: Features four apps (Gym Genius, Gym Time Pro, Workout Builder and Workout Genius) which provide structured on-device workouts, productivity and visualization tools, offering different ways for you to view your Fitbit data and workout anywhere, anytime.
- MySwimPro: Offers custom guided swim workouts, training plans and video coaching for all levels, using real-time heart rate from your Fitbit device to help you improve your swim performance. Post-workout analytics pull personal workout data to track progress and measure improvement.
With more coming in 2019 from Charity Miles, FitBark, GOLD’S AMP, MINDBODY, Noonlight and TRX.
Fitbit female health tracking
Fitbit also announced today that the Fitbit app will receive updates to the Female Health Tracking in early 2019. This will allow female users to see menstrual cycle data, logged symptoms, and trends over time.
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