Fitbit: Health & Fitness 4+

Activity, Sleep & Mindfulness

Google LLC

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See the big picture on your health and fitness journey with the Fitbit app. Find easy ways to get active, sleep better, stress less and eat healthier.

Track the stats that you care about across health, fitness and sleep, and change your goals as your routines evolve. Stay motivated with energising workout content for your body and mind. See how far you've come with a glance at your personal goal progress and how you stack up against friends and family. Unlock even more possibilities when you sync up with a wearable device like a Fitbit tracker or smartwatch and see how your activity, sleep, nutrition and stress all fit together.

GET MORE ACTIVE: See how small moves add up by using your smartphone to track steps and distance – or pair with a tracker or smartwatch to record your heart rate, Active Zone Minutes, calories burned and more. It's a fitness planner in your pocket: Use the app as a diary to set goals and track your progress. It can help you stay active during the day, too. Check your hourly activity goal and get reminders to move or take a walk. Plus, that motivation you've been looking for is right in the app. Bring the gym home with a curated list of audio and video workouts that you can do at your own pace, straight from your living room.* You'll find sessions for HIIT, cardio, strength, running, cycling, yoga and more. Start a 90-day trial of Fitbit Premium to unlock the full library of workouts from Fitbit's expert trainers and partner brands that you'll love.**

TRACK YOUR HEART HEALTH: Understand your overall health by using your smartwatch or tracker to keep tabs on your heart rate 24/7. Monitor your heart rhythm and see your resting heart rate trends, plus time spent in heart rate zones during workouts.

SLEEP BETTER: Find sleep tools to help you learn about your sleep quality and improve it – from measuring your sleep duration and sleep stages to understanding your restless time. Set reminders for bedtime and wake-up time to keep your sleeping schedule managed.

STRESS LESS: Listen to audio sessions to help lessen stress and improve your mood. Use mindfulness to start your day in a better way, find moments of calm and set intentions with meditation or get help falling asleep with breathing exercises and relaxing sounds.*

EAT SMARTER: Keep your nutrition diet in check with easy-to-use tools for setting goals. Tracking meals and logging food and water intake lets you see if you're getting enough protein, fat, fibre and carbs on your way to managing your weight and overall health.

GET EVEN MORE WITH FITBIT PREMIUM: Upgrade to Fitbit Premium and get all the guidance, insights and inspiration that you need to take your workout routine to the next level. Start your 90-day free-of-charge trial today.

• Your Daily Readiness Score helps you understand when it's time to go all out and when it's time for rest and recovery – plus, you'll get recommended workouts based on your body's needs.
• Get the support that you need across a whole library of workouts to keep your mind and body fit – from strength training, HIIT and cycling to dance cardio, yoga, meditation and more – led by Fitbit's expert trainers who are ready to coach.
• Perfect your mindfulness practice with a full library of sessions that help calm anxiety, prep for sleep and even help you meditate while walking.
• Find new ways to rest and recover with your Sleep Score. Plus, check out your sleep patterns and monthly trends in your Sleep Profile.
• Feed your appetite with access to easy, healthy recipes to help you reach your nutrition goals and bring your wellness full circle.

*A Fitbit Premium subscription is required to access the full content library.

**Fitbit Premium content and features may change. Content recommendations are not available in all locales and may be in English only.

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What’s New

Version 4.11

* Bug fixes and performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
52.6K Ratings

52.6K Ratings

Run Fat Boy 2012 ,

Great app but novelty wears off quickly

When I first got my Fitbit I used to sync everyday, track my heart rate, calories, compete against friends each week as to who could do the most steps. Now all I use it for is tracking my sleep and as a watch. Sometimes I’ll have the notifications on and have my phone on Bluetooth so I get the message or call notifications, but often I’ll have this switched off as while I’m at work I find being prompted to hit 250 steps every hour a bit distracting. It would be good to have a feature where you can select which notifications you want, so I could see my messages and calls, but not the step reminders.

It’s a great bit of kit and it’s obviously very popular but once the novelty wears off it pretty much becomes a watch. There used to be an incentive as the Fitbit app could be synced with the Lucozade Sport app where you could be entered into prize draws if you hit a certain amount of steps daily and/or weekly, but unfortunately Lucozade have finished their promotion. Perhaps Fitbit could consider partnering with another company to rekindle those incentives. I did far more steps each week and won a few nice prizes too, so it definitely encouraged me to be more active.

Gary and his guide dog ,

blind user

I got my first Fitbit in 2014 and still have the Fitbit one as it does all I have ever needed it to do but sadly in the last update as a blind user I access the Fitbit one via the app on my phone sadly in the last update when using the VoiceOver accessibility feature on my iPhone I can no longer read the sections which were read out such as steps floors calories total distance now as I flick along it says today button and a sighted person tells me when you reach the today button there is a drop-down which is obviously a graphic or image display showing your stats but this is no longer readable by the iPhone VoiceOver accessibility which really now does make my Fitbit one redundant I could get a Fitbit watch but being blind could not read the screen anyway so could not use any of the smart watch features from the watch and again if the only way to access that information is by the app then if the latest update is the same then I would not be able to read and hear the stats that I would wish to a very sad day when a piece of kit becomes redundant due to changes made by the manufacturer but never the less I have enjoyed using the Fitbit I do not wish to wear a watch as part of my work means it would get damaged and would not wear it much during the day the ideal option was the Fitbit one which could simply clip to a pocket or belt and gather all that information kind regards Gary

Thatenglishfellow ,

Like pulling out your own teeth

Syncing is like trying to pull out your own teeth The app has always been a labour to sync, and this version is no improvement. It takes several attempts, regularly stalling part way through. I often give up because it is so time consuming. The new interfaces in the app - and the devices are much worse. They take more interactions to get to the info or function you need, and there are more distracting and unnecessary animations and options. What used to be lean and focussed fitness trackers have become bloated with alerts, animations, and prioritise distracting communicates from others - as well as from the device itself - instead of helping you cut them out so you can focus on your health and fitness goals. Yes, they can be turned off by rummaging through the recesses of the menus, but it is clear that they want these devices to capture your attention as much as possible, so they can feed you their content rather than your data.

Tech support confirms that there is no way to disable the snooze feature of your alarms on the Fitbit charge 6. Trying to switch off your alarm without snoozing it is a ball ache, that requires tender swipes and taps - not what you need when you are groggy and bleary eyed. It should be a simple squeeze. The UX on the apps and the devices need to be stripped back to minimise interactions and prioritise access to the functions and data the USER/OWNER wants - not the content Google wants to feed you.

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