If you own a Fitbit smartwatch, you’re in for a seriously upgraded experience. You probably already know that the Fitbit Ionic and Fitbit Versa are versatile, intuitive, and insightful tools designed to help you reach your health and fitness goals. But did you know your Fitbit smartwatch could get even smarter? Well, it just did, thanks to the latest update to FitbitOS, the operating system that serves up all your apps, insights, and features.
Starting this week, you’ll notice improvements and new features that make your watch experience more personal and customizable. The major changes include an upgraded Fitbit Today dashboard, on device quick logging for food and weight, goal-based exercise modes, and new apps like TRX, Noonlight*, GOLD’S AMP™️ for Fitbit**, Fitbark, and more.
Let’s start with the Fitbit Today dashboard. With new tiles, like sleep, weight, water, and food, available on your smartwatch you can keep closer tabs on all the stats that matter most to you. Plus, with quick-logging on-device, keeping track of your weight and water intake is now easier than ever.
The Fitbit app gallery has gotten a major upgrade too. New health and fitness apps help you to better stay on task, accountable and motivated throughout the day. Try TRX for quick, effective, and guided workouts, use the FitBark app to view your pets daily stats side-by-side with your own, enjoy the Gold’s Gym fitness expertise with GOLD’S AMP for Fitbit, and even get emergency help with Noonlight, all right from your wrist!
Plus, with goal-based exercise modes, you can now set goals and get real-time stats during your workout for 15+ exercises including running, biking, yoga and swimming. That means you can stay on task, accountable, and motivated anywhere, any time.
*Available in US only
**Available in North America only
This article is not intended to substitute for informed medical advice. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or condition. Always check with your doctor before changing your diet, altering your sleep habits, taking supplements, or starting a new fitness routine.