The Google Arts & Culture clock face for Fitbit is a visually unique and stunning smartwatch experience that evolves over time and brings daily delight.
Fitbit partnered with the team at Google Arts & Culture, whose mission is to preserve—and make more accessible—the world’s art and culture. Together, they’ve brought a lovingly curated collection of artwork and photos from the world’s leading cultural institutions and artists directly to Fitbit smartwatches.
Learn more about the collection, which includes famous masterpieces and thought provoking cultural delights, below.
How does it work?
Once installed, the clock face is automatically updated with a fresh piece of artwork or photo from the collection each day.
The clock face displays the current time and by tapping the screen, people can cycle through different metrics and stats, such as: date, step count, heart rate, Active Zone Minutes, floors climbed, or the artwork title.
By tapping the Google Arts & Culture icon, the user is presented with summary information about the artwork of the day with a button to view the full-size image on the Google Arts & Culture website on their mobile phone.
If you have a compatible Fitbit smartwatch, such as Versa 3, Versa 4, Sense, or Sense 2, you can find the Google Arts & Culture clock in the Fitbit App Gallery. Don’t have a smartwatch? Find one on Fitbit.com.
To discover more about the work done by Google Arts & Culture, or to browse their extensive collection of artwork, head on over to their website.
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