Fitbit App Comes With New Updates

  • Fitbit is now rolling out several new updates to its app based on user feedback.
  • Fitbit has returned the Step Streak feature for iOS users, with the availability coming very soon for Android users.
  • With Google taking over, the Fitbit company will potentially affect the Fitbit device owners residing in certain countries.

The Fitbit app has always been a very convenient and useful companion to user’s health and fitness journeys. Soon after listening to the users’ feedback, Fitbit released some memerizing updates, which will make the Fitbit app much better, user-friendly, and intuitive. 

With the latest update, users could expect the following features within the Fitbit app:

Battery Percentage:   

Alongside Seeing the battery, which is under the Devices Connected to Fitbit section of the Fitbit app, the company is now introducing a new feature in that users will now be able to see the battery percentage that you can find on the Today tab. 

Focus Customizations:

With this new update, Fitbit has added the ability to users that they can customize their focus metrics, providing users the facility to configure the Fitbit app to their specified health and fitness goals.  

Celebrating Goals:

To celebrate your efforts in reaching your daily step goals, Fitbit is introducing several motivational in-app celebrations to mark your milestone. This capability will soon begin to roll out for Android devices, whereas iOS users will experience this new feature in early January.

Steps Streaks Is Here And With A New Location:

By seeing users’ responses towards the Steps Streaks, Fitbit has returned its useful Step Streak within the Fitbit app for iOS users, while Android users will get this feature for the first time. The steps which are already taken by the users will still be counted towards their streaks. In order to find Step streaks, you need to tap on the Steps section, which is located on the Today tab, and below your steps chart, you will be able to see your currently active step streaks.  

In addition to soon rolling out the updates mentioned above, the Fitbit app gave its ownership to Google in 2021, which potentially affected the Fitbit device owners in certain countries as they will not be able to use the subscription auto-renewal feature. However, the users can still access the software and security updates, customer services, as well as warranty fulfillment.



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