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Fitbit Sleep Profile offers better sleep data for Premium users

Can you put a price on a good night's sleep? Of course, you can and so do lots of companies. Fitbit has long had sleep tracking features in its app, but now, after analyzing 22 billion hours of sleep data, the company thinks its users are interested in understanding even more about their sleep and...

Google and Samsung team up to simplify data sharing between Android fitness apps

At Google I/O 2022, Google and Samsung announced Health Connect, a new unified platform and API that aims to simplify interoperability between fitness and health apps. The new Health Connect APIs will allow developers to securely access data from different fitness apps, devices, and wearables to build richer app experiences. It provides a single interface for...

Fitbit lawsuit claims entire product lineup could cause burns

Google voluntarily recalled 1.7 million Fitbit Ionic smartwatches in March due to issues from overheating batteries. A new lawsuit claims that the overheating problem is not unique to the Fitbit Ionic. But has been a known issue for quite some time, one that could plague all of Fitbit's products, past and present. A new class-action lawsuit filed...

Fitbit rolls out irregular heart rhythm notifications on select devices

Earlier this month, Google received clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for heart rhythm detection to enable heart rhythm detection on its Fitbit wearable devices. The functionality is now rolling out, and now we know which devices it's available on. Fitbit devices can now monitor the changing blood volume in a person’s blood...

Get your hands on the Fitbit Sense for just $180 on Amazon right now

Although the Fitbit Sense is about two years old now, it's still one of the best fitness trackers available on the market. It offers all the fitness tracking features you'd expect to see on a premium smartwatch, including stress management, mood tracking, temperature sensing, SpO2 monitoring, heart rate tracking, sleep monitoring with snoring detection, menstrual...

Google receives FDA clearance for heart rhythm detection on Fitbit devices in U.S.

Wearable devices are adding more health tracking features all the time, but some advanced functionality requires the same certification and clearances as actual medical equipment. That can mean waiting for governments to approve a feature before it can be (officially) rolled out, and now Google-owned Fitbit has received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug...

Google recalls Fitbit Ionic smartwatches due to burn hazard

Fitness trackers are effective wearables that help some people achieve their health-related goals. There are users who wouldn't necessarily be active unless there are motivational notifications pushing them to do more. They also help us keep track of other health data and relevant statistics -- such as sleeping patterns, heartbeat variations, and more. The point...

Track your stress, sleep, heart rate, and more with the Fitbit Luxe for just $100

Black Friday is upon us, and Fitbit already has some tempting deals! The Fitbit Luxe is currently on sale for $100 only -- that's $50 off its usual price. This wearable helps you manage your stress, monitor your heart rate, and track your sleep. It has a fancy, slim design -- inspired by jewelry --...

Start your fitness journey with a new Fitbit Charge 4 for just $69

On the lookout for an affordable fitness tracker? The Fitbit Charge 4 is available for just $69 on Walmart right now. Although it's relatively old, the Charge 4 offers all the features you need to kick start or continue your fitness journey. It comes with built-in GPS, a heart rate tracker, Fitbit Pay support, and...

Fitbit finally adds the ECG app to Charge 5, introduces Daily Readiness Score

Last month Fitbit rolled out a big update to the Fitbit Luxe, bringing Always-on Display, SpO2 monitoring, the ability to change the font, and more. Now the company has released a new update for its most advanced tracker: the Fitbit Charge 5, which finally brings the ECG app and Daily Readiness Score. Fitbit has started rolling...

Fitbit Luxe update adds always-on display, SpO2 monitoring and more

Last month Fitbit rolled out a new software update to the Fitbit Sense and Versa 3, which brought Snore & Noise Detect feature. Now the company is turning its attention to the more premium Fitbit Luxe. Software version 1.151.16 is rolling out (via 9to5Google) to the Fitbit Luxe, and it includes several new additions, including always-on-display...

Your Fitbit Sense and Versa 3 can now detect when you snore at night

Fitbit is rolling out a new software update to its Fitbit Sense and Versa 3 smartwatches that adds a new “Snore & Noise Detect” feature. We first learned about this feature through an APK teardown of the Fitbit app back in May. At the time, it was still in development and wasn’t accessible to users....