Fitbit, the popular digital fitness products manufacturer, has two new wearable devices that make syncing your fitness information even easier by doing it wirelessly. One is available now, and one is coming soon.
Fitbit’s activity trackers are essentially pedometers with extra features. They keep track of how many steps you’ve taken and how far you’ve traveled in a day, and then feed this data into the Fitbit ecosystem, which can also keep track of what you eat and what you weigh, via its mobile apps and Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale, respectively.
Two new activity trackers feature Bluetooth 4.0, and can currently sync with iOS devices, though compatibility...
Continue Reading Here
Android syncing on the way for new Fitbits via Bluetooth 4.0
kristofer wouk - androidauthority.com