Fitbit OS 3.0 Brings New Third-party Apps, Improved Dashboard

Posted on December 17, 2018 by Mehedi Hassan in Fitbit, Wearables with 7 Comments

Fitbit is rolling out a massive update for devices powered by the Fitbit OS. With Fitbit OS 3.0, Fitbit is introducing a bunch of new features for those with the company’s Ionic and Versa smartwatches.

Fitbit OS 3.0 introduces an improved dashboard that allows users to quickly view their fitness stats and data. The updated experience also allows users to quickly log fitness data like weight and water intake. The update also introduces new goal-based exercise modes that should encourage you to work out more — for example, you can now set goals for running or even burning calories. These goal-based exercise modes show real-time stats and progress, as well as celebrations once you reach your goal.

Fitbit is introducing 10 new health apps as part of Fitbit OS 3.0. The new apps include Couch to 5K, Genius Wrist, achu health, and MySwim Pro. the company will add six other apps in early 2019, including Charity Miles, FitBark, GOLD’s AMP, MINDBODY, Noonlight, and TRX.

Fitbit is introducing other new features as part of Fitbit OS 3.0, including things like new developer APIs, as well as menstrual cycle trends for women on its Female Health Tracking feature.

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