One of the best things about the upcoming Fitbit Versa smartwatch is its vastly improved software. Now that software is making its way to the Fitbit Ionic.
The biggest new feature in Fitbit OS 2.0 is called Fitbit Today — a much more intuitive and informative dashboard that displays all your...
According to Evan Blass on Twitter, Fitbit's new watch will be marketed as the "Fitbit Versa." It's still unclear how the Versa will fit into the company's lineup, but it's currently expected to live alongside the Ionic that came out in October of last year rather than replace it.
The headline feature of the new Fitbit Ionic: Adidas Edition is the Adidas Train app, which offers six on-device workouts that aim to help runners improve form, cardio, and speed. It also comes with a two-tone sport band in Ink Blue and Ice Gray colors.
Fitbit has been chosen to provide devices for a long-term health study in the US called All of Us. The All of Us project is a nationwide effort to collect data -- like lifestyle, environmental and biological information -- from over one million people in the US
Engadget has published its review of the Fitbit Ionic and gives the smartwatch a score of 79 out of 100. Pros include a bright display and long battery life, while cons include finicky software and limited selection of third-party apps.
The FDA is said to be working with a number of wearable makers, including Apple and Fitbit, to help define what a health-focused software kit should be like for those looking to monitor their health with wearables. The guidelines could help shape new certification that may be required for use in...
Fitbit has announced that they're teaming up with Dexcom to allow users to monitor their glucose levels in a user-friendly experience on Fitbit wearables. The company's stock rose 10% following the news.
Xiaomi beat out the competition to claim the top spot for the first time with 3.5-3.7 million units (Canalys) shipped. Fitbit experienced a significant 34% year-on-year slump to 3.3-3.4 million (SA) units. Fitbit’s market share fell nearly in half.
Fitbit recently acquired a smartwatch company called Pebble and many speculated that they would be releasing a fully featured smartwatch after the acquisition. While nothing has been confirmed by Fitbit themselves, reports say the company is struggling to overcome a few hurdles.