Fitbit has updated its Windows 10 app, adding the new Fitbit Dashboard by default. The update comes the same week the company officially revealed its new Flex 2 and Charge 2 wearable fitness trackers.
Here's the breakdown of what's new and improved in the Fitbit app:
- The new Fitbit Dashboard is now enabled by default.
- The Fitbit Dashboard has new celebrations for hitting your goal
- Bug fixes and general improvements
Fitbit's two upcoming trackers will likely support the Windows 10 app. Here's what the company said about the small Fitbit Flex 2, which is 30% smaller than the original Fitbit Flex:
The Fitbit Flex 2 is available for pre-order for $99.95, with buyers able to choose a band in black, navy, magenta, or lavender colors, with additional bands and accessories sold seperately. The Flex 2 will start shipping in late September.
Here's what Fitbit has to say about the upcoming Charge 2 tracker:
Pricing for the Fitbit Charge 2 begins at $149.95 in a variety of colors. It will begin shipping in early September.
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