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Start a free 90-day trial of Fitbit Premium for personalized guidance, customized health programs, mindfulness content and 240+ video workouts you can do at home.

Say hello to one of the world’s leading apps for health and fitness. Use the Fitbit app on it’s own to join our community, track basic stats and stay motivated on your journey. Or, get a Fitbit tracker or smartwatch to see how your activity, workouts, sleep, nutrition and stress all fit together. Either way, you’ll find the information and inspiration you need to reach your goals—all in one place.

A free app that tracks your day & progress over time
Find free workouts, nutrition programs, meditation tracks, sleep tools & more
Connect with friends, start challenges & join an inspiring community
Set goals, earn achievement badges & celebrate milestones
Automatically sync your data to 3,000+ popular partner apps
Access innovative smartwatch apps & fresh clock faces
Works with all Fitbit trackers, smartwatches, scales & other Fitbit products

GET ACTIVE: See how small moves add up by using your smartphone to track steps and distance. Or pair with a Fitbit tracker or smartwatch to see all-day stats like steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed and active minutes.

WORK OUT FROM HOME: Access free video and audio workouts that you can do on your time, right from your living room. You’ll find sessions for HIIT, cardio, strength, yoga and more. Plus, start a 90-day free trial of Fitbit Premium to unlock 240+ workouts from popular brands like barre3, Daily Burn, POPSUGAR and Yoga Studio: Mind & Body.

SLEEP BETTER: Discover how long and how well you’re sleeping, then improve your nightly routine with Fitbit’s innovative sleep tools—including a nightly Sleep Score, sleep goal setting, bedtime reminders and graphs that show your time in light, deep and REM sleep.

MANAGE STRESS: Listen to free audio tracks to lessen your stress and improve your mood. Use mindfulness to start your day a better way, find moments of calm and set intentions with meditation or get help falling asleep with stories and relaxing sounds.

EAT SMARTER: Keep your nutrition in check with easy-to-use tools to set goals, log food and water, track calories in and out and see if you’re getting enough protein, fat and carbs. For more personalized programs to help you reach weight and nutrition goals, try Fitbit Premium.

TRACK HEART RATE: Understand your overall health by using your watch or tracker to record your heart rate 24/7. In the app, find valuable data like resting heart rate trends, time spent in heart rate zones during workouts and a cardio fitness score.

JOIN A COMMUNITY: Find the support and encouragement you need to get inspired, stay accountable and keep things fun. The Fitbit app makes it easy to connect with friends, start activity challenges, read educational articles, get expert advice and share your journey with an uplifting community.


Fitbit Premium:
- Monthly and annual plans available that unlock habit-forming programs, audio & video workouts, and advanced insights.
- Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account after your free trial expires, if applicable.
- Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period.
- Account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal.
- Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase.
- Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable.
– Fitbit Terms of Service: https://www.fitbit.com/legal/terms-of-service
– Fitbit Privacy Policy: https://www.fitbit.com/legal/privacy-policy

Learn more about Fitbit products and services at www.fitbit.com.

Version 3.49

*Bug fixes and performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5

139.7K Ratings

Awesome...but needs a little tweaking 😉

I am absolutely hooked on my Fitbit! I bought the Charge 3 and I hate taking it off. I love the notifications it sends if I haven’t moved from my desk each hour, I love the fact you can challenge other friends and colleagues to weekend, or weekly challenges as well as track your own performance. It’s got me more motivated than any exercise book, or personal trainer. The only downside I find is that it’s not 100% accurate. My resting heart rate on an ECG machine compared to my Fitbit has a difference of 10 beats per minute...that’s a big number when you’re trying to work in fat burn mode or/and cardio. In addition, when I train with other people my steps are pretty much the same but when we e all walked a 12km walk (as we’ve done consistently this week), my Fitbit comes up with almost 2km less than the others! The only time it’s accurate is if I walk with my GPS on my phone and then sync the data after my walk/run. In addition the calorie counter has very limited good options and scanning them and sending them off is too time consuming. I find I’m using the “My Fitnesspal” app to monitor my food intake...please look at their app and try and make the Fitbit calorie counter more user friendly. Apologies for mentioning the bits that need “tweaking”, but it’s constructive feedback that I feel is important. All in all I am so chuffed that I have a Fitbit as its now become a way of life for me! Thank you to the Fitbit team of developers ☺️

Hi Jane,



We're delighted to hear that you enjoy using your Fitbit Charge 3 and love its features such as reminders to move and challenges!



As for your concern with heart rate tracking, please note that our Fitbit devices calculate steps differently from other machines. PurePulse LEDs (light-emitting diodes) on your Fitbit device reflect onto the skin to detect blood volume changes, and finely-tuned algorithms are applied to measure heart rate automatically and continuously. The heart-rate icon you see on the display tells you if you're in 1 of 3 heart-rate zones.



It's also worth noting that if you're doing an activity where your wrist is moving vigorously and non-rhythmically, the movement may prevent the sensor from finding your heart rate. If this happens, try relaxing your wrist and staying still briefly (about 10 seconds), after which you should see an accurate heart rate reading. For more on what impacts heart rate accuracy, please see: http://help.fitbit.com/articles/en_US/Help_article/1565#ImpactsAccuracy.



Hope you'll also like the other features your watch has to offer!



Best,

Fitbit Support

FitBit app is pretty good, minus some frustrations

I love my FitBit Versa and the FitBit app, but my one complaint would be the overwhelming number of clock faces to choose from and no real way to filter through them. The categories are broken down to only a few, at most, and the search feature isn’t really all that reliable for what you’re truly trying to search for. For example, when searching for “beach” it only shows a few options, but IF you have a large amount of free time to search through the extensive library one by one, you happen to come across several more while browsing. Maybe having a “tag” feature for clock face developers to add search keywords would be nice. It would also be nice if there was a feature to filter clock faces by which ones are free from those that you have to buy.

I’m also not fond of the calorie link option that FitBit incorporates with the MyFitnessPal app. It would be nice for a setting to be provided to select whether you only want workout calories that you’ve burned to automatically link to your MyFitnessPal app versus your overall calorie burn for the day. I’m one who only likes to log my calorie burn for workouts and not the entire day.

Those are overall my only two complaints. For the most part, the FitBit app is great, with the exception of these couple of things, but I’ve also only owned my Versa for less than a week, so I’m still exploring the app.

Hello there,



We appreciate you for taking the time in sharing your thoughts and feedback as well as showing how we can help improve our clock face feature.



The best way to go about it is through our community page: https://community.fitbit.com/t5/Feature-Suggestions/idb-p/features. Let our Product team hear from you about how we can get this to you.



If you have further questions, please reach us at contact.fitbit.com.



Regards,

Fitbit Support

So much for bug fixes.... and they were fixed!

Previous comments earning the app 3 stars a week ago: First time that the app has failed in over a year. So averaged out the number of stars to give it— with this week being 1 star and rest of year is 5. Since the latest update my Flex 2 wont sync. Ironic timing since I actually managed to finally do some serious exercising every day this week. I think the tracker is still storing data since I’m still getting silent alarms and notifications when wearing it. I hope it’s storing everything til bugs are fixed. Please!

Update with 5 stars to go with it: I was so surprised that the developers responded to the problem I posted about syncing, and for that alone, I’d give the app 5 stars for customer service. But better yet, the FitBit help page that they directed me to had the solution. It was at end of webpage after a long list of things to try, most of which everyone probably does. At the end of the “try this” suggestions, the one about how to reset the actual tracker did the trick. I never knew there was a little button on the charger itself for this purpose. Anyways, my Flex 2 tracker miraculously synced after I reset it, and it had stored a full week of data, exercise, sleep patterns, etc, which appeared happily in the app. The developer’s reply to my initial review has the link to follow for how-to. Thanks so much for being repsonsive!

Hi there,



We're sorry for the inconvenience.



For us to help get your Flex 2 syncing again, please give these sync troubleshooting steps a try: https://help.fitbit.com/articles/en_US/Help_article/1866. If it's a no go, get in touch with us at contact.fitbit.com. We'll be more than happy to take a closer look.



Best,

Fitbit Support

The developer, Fitbit, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Purchases
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Sensitive Info
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

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Seller
Fitbit, Inc.

Size
223.2 MB

Category
Health & Fitness

Compatibility
iPhone
Requires iOS 13.4 or later.
iPod touch
Requires iOS 13.4 or later.
Languages

English, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese

Age Rating
4+

Location
This app may use your location even when it isn’t open, which can decrease battery life.

Copyright
© 2011-2020 Fitbit, Inc.

Price
Free

In-App Purchases

  1. Fitbit Premium Monthly$9.99
  2. Fitbit Premium Annual$79.99
  3. Fitbit Premium Monthly$9.99

Supports

  • Wallet

    Get all of your passes, tickets, cards, and more in one place.

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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So you’re the owner of a brand-new Fitbit Versa or Ionic smartwatch. Congratulations!

If you’ve never used a smartwatch before, you may be (understandably) overwhelmed. If you swipe left from the home screen, you’ll see that there are dozens of different things to click on: Spotify, Wallet, Weather, and more.

But those apps are only a fraction of what Fitbit has to offer. There are hundreds of third-party apps available for your smartwatch, which you can use to really make it your own. Fitness enthusiasts, for example, can download any number of apps tailored to their workout needs: Strava for runners, MySwimPro for swimmers, Mindbody for yoga, or FitStar for personal training. Meanwhile, smart home enthusiasts can load Alexa, Nest, and IFTTT; shoppers can compile their store membership cards; and travelers can set up Uber, Find My Car, and more.

A couple of things to note before we get into the process of downloading apps to your Fitbit.

First, Fitbit apps aren’t as fully fledged as Android and iOS apps are. For example, they usually can’t access Wi-Fi. Instead, they communicate via Bluetooth with a proxy version of the app on your phone. (Some apps, such as Starbucks and Uber, will require you to create an account and log in on your phone before you can use them on your watch.)

As a result, Fitbit apps can’t update if your phone isn’t nearby, and their interfaces are fairly bare-bones. They can still be very functional and handy, but don’t expect a full-featured experience.

Second, you can’t download apps onto your Fitbit directly. Instead, you download them through the Fitbit app on your phone. This may seem like a hassle at first, but it’s easy once you’ve gotten the hang of it.

The first thing you’ll need to do is download the Fitbit app to your phone and pair it to your smartwatch. To do that:

  • Download the Fitbit app from the Apple App Store, Google Play Store, or Microsoft Store. You’ll be prompted to create a Fitbit account.
  • In the Fitbit app, tap your profile icon in the top left corner, and select “Set Up a Device.” Follow the prompts from there; you should be paired in just a few minutes.

How to add apps to your Fitbit

Once your device is paired to your phone, you’re ready to download apps. To do that:

  • Tap your profile icon in the top left corner of the app. Select your device.
  • Hit “Apps” > “All Apps.” This will put you in Fitbit’s app store where you can browse the offerings.
  • To install an app, tap its icon, and hit “Install.” You may need to agree to some permissions to proceed. (Quick caveat here: when Google purchased Fitbit last November, many users were spooked about the company’s potential uses of their personal health metrics. Google stated that it would not sell Fitbit customer data or use it to inform Google ads. However, if you’re concerned about privacy, it is worth reading through and considering the permissions each app is asking you for before you download.)
  • Once your phone confirms that the app has downloaded, swipe all the way to the left from your smartwatch’s home screen. You should see that the new app has appeared.

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The best Fitbit apps: Get the most out of your fitness tracker

Jimmy Westenberg / Android Authority

Fitness trackers usually have small monochrome screens and offer fewer features than their smartwatch counterparts. However, that is not the case with some Fitbit products, like the Sense, Versa 3, and others. There are plenty of useful apps you can download directly on your Fitbit tracker that can make your life easier, help you on your fitness journey, and more. Here are the best Fitbit apps you can download today.

Also read:Fitbit buyer’s guide: Everything you need to know

The best Fitbit apps

Don’t be fooled by its name! Barcodes is not an app that scans products. It actually turns your Fitbit into a digital wallet for your reward and membership cards. All you need to do is scan their barcodes and enter the number beneath them through the phone app first. When saved and synced, you can open Barcodes on your Fitbit tracker and scroll up and down to get to the desired card.

Barcodes can store up to seven different codes, making the app incredibly convenient. It’s one of the best Fitbit apps you can currently download.

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C25K Trainer

Price: Free

C25K Trainer sells itself as the easiest way to convert couch potatoes into mid-distance runners in two months. The functionality is as basic as its premise, too. The app’s home screen reminds you of the day of the program you’re on. Nothing more. Each day presents a workout program that usually kicks off with a gentle warmup and graduates into something more serious.

C25K notes that it aims to gradually coax users into better health and stamina over time not to dissuade them. After each day is complete, the app summarises that session’s metrics, from the calories burned to distance covered.

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Fitbit Coach

Price: Free / $39.99 per year

If you are not a seasoned fitness enthusiast, you might not know which exercises are best for you. This is where Fitbit Coach comes in. This app guides you through selected workout routines directly on your watch — no need to fumble with your phone. It’s great for working out at home, and it gives you a summary of burned calories, as well as average and max heart rate.

The downside is that free workouts are limited. If you want more routines, you will have to subscribe for $39.99/year. Nevertheless, Fitbit Coach is worth it for the convenience and guidance it provides. It’s one of the best Fitbit apps you can get.

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Also read:Fitbit Premium review: Is it worth it?


SpO2 Tracker

Price: Free

SpO2 monitoring has become a vital indicator of general health during the pandemic. After launching a watch face to help Fitbit owners track this data, a dedicated SpO2 Tracker app is now available. The app allows Fitbit users to monitor and sync SpO2 data after every night’s sleep even if the SpO2 watch face isn’t selected.

Ostensibly, this isn’t really an app at all, but it does let you use any watch face you like while still keeping track of your blood oxygen levels. Arguably, that’s better functionality than most apps provide.

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Read more: What is SpO2? And why should you care?


Starbucks Card

Price: Free / Must add Starbucks credit

If you need to get your Starbucks coffee fix every morning, one of the best Fitbit apps for you is undoubtedly the Starbucks app. What does it do? It allows you to pay with your Starbucks card from your wrist.

It’s very convenient — you don’t have to carry your wallet or phone if you buy your coffee before or after your morning run. Just scan your Fitbit instead, and you are good to go! It’s not as impressive as Barcodes since you can only use it for one coffee shop chain, but if Starbucks is your favorite, you can’t go wrong with it.

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Strava

Price: Free / $5 per month

If you want to step up your fitness game, look no further than Strava. This app combines the powerful all-day tracking of your Fitbit with performance analysis. Whether it’s cycling, running, or hiking, you can sync all of your activities from your device to your Strava profile. You can then compare performance over time or even compete with friends.

The information is detailed and precise. Runners can see not only the distance covered but the average pace, elevation, and more. The Matched Runs feature will also automatically track progress when running the same route more than once, letting you know if you are improving or trending downwards. Every health and fitness enthusiast should get Strava. It’s one of the best Fitbit apps out there.

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Switchr

Price: Free

Smart home gadgets are as popular as ever. Yet, having your phone on hand to control them isn’t always convenient. This is where Switchr comes in. This Fitbit app will help you control various IoT devices in your home with the help of IFTTT. You can use it to turn smart bulbs on and off, adjust your thermostats, and even order your coffee machine to brew your morning cup — all before you’ve gotten out of bed.

IFTTT, and therefore Switchr, are compatible with various smart gadgets, including Roomba robot vacuums, Nest products, and more. Switchr is undoubtedly one of the best Fitbit apps you can download if you are a home automation enthusiast.

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Treasure Trek

Price: Free

Motivation to work out is not always easy to come by, but a little gamification can help you along the way. This is where Treasure Trek comes in. This fun, lighthearted app allows you to power a pirate ship with your steps and find sunken treasure along the way. You can then spend your hard-earned coin on ship and crew upgrades. No microtransactions involved!

You can even get pets — a parrot is a timeless classic we recommend. It’s what makes Treasure Trek an enjoyable and rewarding app. Even if it isn’t terribly practical, it’s one of the best Fitbit apps you can get.

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Uber

Price: Free / Must pay for rides

Yes, there is an Uber Fitbit app. It is definitely not as feature-packed as its smartphone counterpart, but it can get you out of a pickle if you want to quickly and discreetly get an Uber. The Fitbit Uber app allows you to order a ride, view ride estimates, as well as driver details. The most important things like driver rating, estimated arrival time, and price are all there on your tracker screen.

However, if you want to switch your destination during your journey, you’ll need to take out your smartphone. Nevertheless, Uber is still one of the best Fitbit apps to have on your device.

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Water Logged

Price: Free

Staying healthy is more than just counting steps and calories. One of the most important things for your health and your skin is staying hydrated, especially if you are active throughout the majority of the day. This is why you should download Water Logged. This handy app allows you to keep track of your water intake with daily goals.

You can add bottles or glasses or enter exact values. There are shortcuts you can customize easily, and all the data is synced to your Fitbit account, so you never lose track of how much water you’ve had. It’s a simple but handy Fitbit app that every Sense, Versa, or Ionic owner should have on their tracker.

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That’s it for our list of the best Android fitness apps. Thanks for reading! If we missed your favorite app, be sure to let us know in the comments. You can also click here to check out our latest Android apps and games lists.

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Fitbit

Start a free 90-day trial of Fitbit Premium for personalized guidance, customized health programs and 240+ video workouts you can do at home.

Say hello to one of the world’s leading apps for health and fitness. Use the Fitbit app on it’s own to join our community, track basic stats and stay motivated on your journey. Or, get a Fitbit tracker or smartwatch to see how your activity, workouts, sleep, nutrition and stress all fit together. Either way, you’ll find the information and inspiration you need to reach your goals—all in one place.

A free app that tracks your day & progress over time
Find free workouts, nutrition programs, meditation tracks, sleep tools & more
Connect with friends, start challenges & join an inspiring community
Set goals, earn achievement badges & celebrate milestones
Automatically sync your data to 3,000+ popular partner apps
Access innovative smartwatch apps & fresh clock faces
Works with all Fitbit trackers, smartwatches, scales & other Fitbit products

GET ACTIVE: See how small moves add up by using your smartphone to track steps and distance. Or pair with a Fitbit tracker or smartwatch to see all-day stats like steps, distance, calories burned, floors climbed and active minutes.

WORK OUT FROM HOME: Access free video and audio workouts that you can do on your time, right from your living room. You’ll find sessions for HIIT, cardio, strength, yoga and more. Plus, start a 90-day free trial of Fitbit Premium to unlock 240+ workouts from popular brands like barre3, Daily Burn, POPSUGAR and Yoga Studio: Mind & Body.

SLEEP BETTER: Discover how long and how well you’re sleeping, then improve your nightly routine with Fitbit’s innovative sleep tools—including a nightly Sleep Score, sleep goal setting, bedtime reminders and graphs that show your time in light, deep and REM sleep.

MANAGE STRESS: Listen to free audio tracks to lessen your stress and improve your mood. Use mindfulness to start your day a better way, find moments of calm and set intentions with meditation or get help falling asleep with stories and relaxing sounds.

EAT SMARTER: Keep your nutrition in check with easy-to-use tools to set goals, log food and water, track calories in and out and see if you’re getting enough protein, fat and carbs. For more personalized programs to help you reach weight and nutrition goals, try Fitbit Premium.

TRACK HEART RATE: Understand your overall health by using your watch or tracker to record your heart rate 24/7. In the app, find valuable data like resting heart rate trends, time spent in heart rate zones during workouts and a cardio fitness score.

JOIN A COMMUNITY: Find the support and encouragement you need to get inspired, stay accountable and keep things fun. The Fitbit app makes it easy to connect with friends, start activity challenges, read educational articles, get expert advice and share your journey with an uplifting community.


Fitbit Premium:
- Monthly and annual plans available that unlock habit-forming programs, audio & video workouts, and advanced insights.
- Payment will be charged to your Google Play Account after your free trial expires, if applicable.
- Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period.
- Account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal.
- Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase.
- Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable.
– Fitbit Terms of Service: https://www.fitbit.com/legal/terms-of-service
– Fitbit Privacy Policy: https://www.fitbit.com/legal/privacy-policy

Learn more about Fitbit products and services at www.fitbit.com.

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Best Fitbit Versa apps: Top downloads for your new smartwatch

The Fitbit Versa offers plenty of features and potential as does its cheaper compatriot the Versa Lite. But knowing the best apps to download from the start can boost your experience tenfold.

Like Fitbit's smartwatch, the Ionic, the Versa and Versa Lite are able to tap into the company's app store and provide a home for the range of third-party and Fitbit Labs choices.

Read the review: Fitbit Versa 2 tested

Downloading an app to your Versa can't be done from the watch. So you'll have to do it from inside of the Fitbit smartphone app and then sync it to the smartwatch to access it from the wrist.

Some of these apps will prove essential, some you'll grow tired of quickly, but all are worth glancing over as you get to know your new Fitbit. Need help discovering the top Fitbit Versa apps currently out there? Take a trip down below, as we round up the best options that we've played with.

MySwimPro

Best Fitbit Versa apps: Top downloads for your new smartwatch

Providing you have the iOS or Android version of the MySwimPro app, you'll be able to tether and manage things from your wrist while you're in the water – the Versa is waterproof, after all. Obviously it can be a little tricky trying to pause proceedings on the fly, but this is a handy way to load workouts and be walked through them step-by-step; all while still viewing your heart rate in real time.

Philips Hue

Best Fitbit Versa apps: Top downloads for your new smartwatch

Adding some colour to your bulbs already feels futuristic enough, but just think of the fun you'll be having when you sync them to your wrist for control. With the Philips Hue app, you can – lights are able to be turned on/off and different pre-set scenes (made on your phone) can be set.

Setting up can be a bit of a hassle, as you'll need the bridge IP when getting started, but it's a great way to quickly switch between colours when your phone isn't to hand.

Starbucks

Best Fitbit Versa apps: Top downloads for your new smartwatch

You're already pretending to do work in Starbucks, so why not take things to the next level and begin paying from your wrist to impress people, too? The Starbucks app doesn't act as a portal for Fitbit Pay, because, you know, that'd be pointless, but it does offer a home to your Starbucks Card. From here, you'll be able to redeem all the coffee house's goodness without faffing about.

Deezer

Best Fitbit Versa apps: Top downloads for your new smartwatch

It's not the Spotify or Apple Music app you might be craving, but Deezer is still available for subscribers to stream music directly from the wrist – providing you have a pair of Bluetooth headphones at the ready, too. Once you're all set up, you'll have access to 44 million tracks, while Deezer Flow is a nice way to mix up your old favourites with fresh recommendations.

The New York Times

Best Fitbit Versa apps: Top downloads for your new smartwatch

Handily, you won't need a New York Times subscription to read all the biggest news stories of the day, with the Versa app condensing everything into small reading chunks. It's a handy tool on your wrist for catching some headlines, but you'll need to go find stories on the app or website if you want to read more – unfortunately there's no automatic handover from the watch to a bigger screen.

Tennis

Best Fitbit Versa apps: Top downloads for your new smartwatch

Tennis may seem like a fun time when you watch it on TV, with the score being kept by tournament officials, but those prima donnas won't be showing up to your game at the local park, unfortunately.

And that means you're left to argue with your athletic younger brother over what the score is every other game. Leave this first world problem in the past with Fitbit Labs' Tennis, an app that'll help you count the score. You'll have to remember to tap your watch after every point, but you'll soon pick it up and even receive insights into your shots by forehand, backhand and serve.

Uber

Best Fitbit Versa apps: Top downloads for your new smartwatch

The Versa screen is naturally too small to give you a look at the map of your Uber driver on their way, but it does give you a way to discreetly and quickly order a ride, view estimates and tap through driver details. On a bad date? With the help of the Uber app, you'll be halfway home and eating that surge charge before they even realise you're not at the bar. You sly dog.

Flappy

Best Fitbit Versa apps: Top downloads for your new smartwatch

Ah, Flappy Bird, a titan of the early paid-for phone game rush and a close cousin of 'that helicopter game'. Recreated for the Versa, the magic of Flappy is certainly not in the graphics, complexity or even the paradigm facing urban birds, but instead in the simple addiction. Tap the screen to help your winged friend avoid the pipes – the more you avoid, the higher score you get. Godspeed.

Air Index

Best Fitbit Versa apps: Top downloads for your new smartwatch

Approved by the US' Environmental Protection Agency, Air Index is able to give you a live update of the air quality at any point in the country. Updated every hour, you'll be given the air quality figures and, because nobody really knows what those mean, a circular face to tell you if that's good or not. We're glad this one hasn't made it over to London yet, where everybody is breathing in soot like it's the industrial revolution all over again.

Skateboard

Best Fitbit Versa apps: Top downloads for your new smartwatch

Fancy yourself as a bit of a shredder, slick? Well, with the Skateboard app for Fitbit Versa, you're now able to track your sessions in the park on your wrist. Your heart rate will feature throughout, while you're also able to get live looks at the current speed, average speed, max speed, distance travelled and session duration.

Your wood-pushing activity stats are even beamed over to the Fitbit app and counts towards your daily goals – just don't go wild trying to max out your speed with a coffin down a hill. That'll end, probably, in your Versa being a watch orphan.


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Day 2 - Fitbit Versa 3 - Phone Calls, SMS, Shortcuts and Navigation (Widgets, Apps, Notifications)

Her and stepped back and roughly pushed her into the car. Do not be late in the evening. he threw and the Buick jerked off.

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Bottle with liquid and jasmine petals floating in the rey, a sleeping mask, a disk, a candle and a bell. She bit her lip thoughtfully, Surprise with a riddle. What a beautiful negligee.



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