Google just announced the Google Fitbit redesign. The app just got a major overhaul and a plethora of new updates. This news just happens to be before the Made by Google Event. This is probably for the better experience for the upcoming Google Pixel 8 and Google Watch 2. Let’s take a look at them.
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Google Fitbit Redesign
According to a Google blog post, The first significant update that users will notice in the Fitbit app is the tracking of physical activities without a device feature. Users no longer need to wear a Fitbit or a Google Pixel Watch to record any physical activities. The app can independently track your workout as you work out and count the steps you take when walking. Of course, the Fitbit device would be necessary for the more difficult exercises and the health sensors.
The metrics and statistics that users see can now be changed. This enables users to customize their screens according to their own health objectives. Users can simply tap the “edit” button and substitute their desired data to update a stat.
Additionally, a new Coach tab has been created so people may locate an exercise that suits them. Google has stated that new content would be continuously released for both physical and mindfulness exercises. Additional material, such as HIIT classes, dance cardio classes, and fresh exercises from Alo Moves and Tone It Up, can be unlocked by subscribing to Fitbit Premium.