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  1. Fitbit adds ‘Mindful Method’ wellness program for Premium subscribers Fitbit smartwatches and trackers are great for your physical fitness, but the company is focused on your health as a whole. Beyond fitness, Fitbit can help you with stress, and a new “Mindful Method” program will help with that for premium subscribers. Available now, Fitbit has added a collection of new “Mindful Method” stress management sessions created by renowned author and wellness expert, Deepak Chopra. The new sessions are mixed between audio and video offerings, covering topics suc
  2. Fitbit may debut a more affordable $2.99/mo subscription with historical data Fitbit’s hardware is solid, but software is what really makes the company’s smartwatches and trackers so good. It’s one of the things we’re looking forward to most about Google’s acquisition of Fitbit, and if a survey from the company is to be believed a new, cheaper subscription tier may be in the works. The folks over at Android Central captured a survey from Fitbit which asks users to review a “potential new service offering.” From there, it outlines the current free Fitbit tie
  3. Fitbit adds in-app blood glucose tracking, on-wrist Charge 4 SpO2, & Sense ECG in more countries Fitbit started the year by becoming a part of Google’s hardware division and is today making a sizable update by rolling out blood glucose tracking to its Android and iOS app. The Fitbit Sense’s ECG feature is also coming to more places, while there are also a handful of other in-app and hardware changes. Over the course of February, the Fitbit app will let US users log or automatically import blood glucose readings to let those with diabetes track key healt
  4. Here's what your Fitbit knows about you Ensure that you're comfortable with the exchange of data for Fitbit's service I think about my body a lot. I think about how it feels; how to make it feel better; what parts hurt; what I’m putting into it; how it’s sleeping; how much it weighs; how tall it is; whether or not it’s going to get Covid-19; how to treat it better… You get the idea. And as someone who thinks about their body a lot, I’ve chosen to use a Fitbit — specifically a Fitbit Inspire HR — to help me understand it. But it wasn’t until I started t
  5. Google buys Fitbit for $2.1 billion Google says the move will bolster Wear OS and bring Google-branded fitness trackers. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. It's official: Google is buying Fitbit. The company announced the move in a blog post this morning, and reports say the deal is worth $2.1 billion. Google's SVP of hardware, Rick Osterloh, posted an announcement of the acquisition on Google's blog, saying the move was "an opportunity to invest even more in Wear OS as well as introduc
  6. Fitbit’s 3 new trackers want to destress you and eventually diagnose you Fitbit aims to improve daily health and hopes to soon screen for COVID-19. 43 with 36 posters participating Enlarge / Lifestyle photo of Fitbit Sense. Fitbit has just launched three new fitness trackers: the Inspire 2, Versa 3, and the brand-new Fitbit Sense. While they focus on the requisite tracking metrics we’ve come to expect from Fitbit, the company is also hoping they’ll further impact users’ mindfulness of stress and, eventually, recognize warning s
  7. Fitbit Says Its Afib Detector Will Be Different from Apple’s One of the main selling points of the latest-generation Apple Watch is atrial fibrillation detection, a feature that rival Fitbit still lacks, even on its top devices. And while Fitbit’s wearables are yet to get such capabilities, the company started working on major improvements in the health department at least since 2017, and atrial fibrillation detection was one of the priorities. Many expect Fitbit to roll out this feature as soon as this year, but as far as Fitbit CEO James Park is concerned, there
  8. Google has made a bid to buy Fitbit, one of the most well-known wearable manufacturers in the world, according to a report from Reuters. Though there's no sort of confirmation that a deal will be struck between the two companies, the move could help Google enter the smartwatch market with a device of its own, rather than relying exclusively on partner devices running Wear OS. The news comes as Fitbit seems to be looking for investors interested in buying the company. Despite maintaining overall growth, Fitbit's market share has been decreasing over the past year or so, with compani
  9. According to Reuters, Google parent Alphabet is looking to acquire publicly traded wearables company Fitbit. Reuters says the deal is still being negotiated and could still fall apart, but if it came together, it would surely strengthen Google’s position in the wearables space, an area where it has struggled despite its efforts around smartwatches and Wear OS. With Wear OS, Google only focused on the smartwatch market, though, and while many of these devices have fitness tracking built-in, either through third-party apps or Google’s own F
  10. A couple of weeks ago, Google announced that it would be acquiring Fitbit, which will help the search giant in its efforts to grow Wear OS. This may have left users concerned with support for existing Fitbit devices, but it looks like, at least for now, those devices are still going to get updates, and there's a new one coming next month. The forthcoming update to Fitbit OS will bring some enhancements to all of Fitbit's smartwatches - the Ionic, Versa, Versa Lite, and Versa 2 - as well as some improvements specific to the Versa 2. Specifically, Fitbit's latest smartwatch is gettin
  11. Google’s $2.1 billion acquisition of Fitbit will face scrutiny by the Department of Justice amid data-privacy fears, The Post has learned. The controversial merger in recent days was cleared for review by the DOJ after federal law enforcement tussled with the Federal Trade Commission, which had also sought authority to investigate the deal, according to a source close to the situation. Both agencies are concerned that a Google-owned Fitbit would give the search giant an even bigger window into peoples’ private data, including sensitive health information, s
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