Fitbit app now lets desktop users customize the dashboard

The official Fitbit app for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile has received an update that brings along a slew of design tweaks, along with the ability for desktop users to customize which tiles appear on their dashboard. Here's the full breakdown of what's new in Fitbit version 2.6:

  • You can now customize which tiles show on your dashboard and arrange them to your preference (desktop only for the moment).
  • There is a new button on the dashboard to enter Edit mode.
  • New celebration when you hit all of you main activity goals.
  • Numerous screens have been rescaled to work better across the variety of Windows 10 devices. All devices from desktops to smaller phones should have a better experience.
  • Information density has been increased in many areas.
  • Modified Dashboard tile alignment and resizing logic.
  • FitStar exercises will now show in your exercise history.
  • Refinements to the design of exercise goals.
  • New splash screen, loading animations, updated Splash screen, loading animations, brand logos, live tiles, taskbar & app icon.
  • General bug fixes and improvements

If you'd like to check out all of the latest changes to the Fitbit app, hit up the Windows Store link below to snag the update. Also let us know what you think of the changes in the comments.

Download Fitbit from the Windows Store


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