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Google Unveils Redesigned Fitbit App

The redesigned Fitbit app focuses on giving users immediate access to their key health and fitness data.


has officially launched its revamped Fitbit app, introducing a more streamlined user experience centered around three main tabs: “Today,” “Coach,” and “You.” This redesign aims to provide users with easier access to their health and fitness data, ensuring that the most pertinent information is always at their fingertips. Google acquired Fitbit in 2020, taking control of the fitness wearable and software company. 

Enhanced User Experience and Features

The “Today” tab, although previously present, has been enhanced to offer users a comprehensive view of their daily stats, including steps taken, stress management scores, sleep quality, zone minutes, and overall activity. Users have the flexibility to customize their dashboard by selecting which stats they wish to view, aligning with their individual health goals.

The newly introduced “Coach” tab serves as a central hub for fitness content. Here, users can filter workouts based on various criteria such as workout type, duration, required equipment, and instructor. Additionally, Fitbit Premium subscribers gain access to an expanded content library, featuring HIIT and dance cardio classes among others.

On the other hand, the “You” tab is designed for personalization, allowing users to set and monitor their fitness goals, celebrate achievements, and engage with the community. Notably, the app's step count accuracy has been enhanced, leveraging improved communication with phone sensors.

Emphasis on Privacy and Data Control

Google has also emphasized the importance of with the introduction of enhanced privacy controls. Users can now easily manage and decide what data they wish to share. Furthermore, Google has assured users that their Fitbit health data will not be utilized for Google ad purposes, maintaining a clear distinction between health data and advertising data.

“The new, simplified app is now easier to use and organized around three tabs — Today, Coach and You — to bring the health and wellness information you care about front and center,” mentioned in the official announcement by Google.

It is evident that Google's primary objective with this redesign is to offer a more intuitive and user-centric experience, ensuring that users have all the tools they need to lead a healthier lifestyle.

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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