In the coming weeks, Fitbit will roll out an OS 5.2 update, adding audible Google Assistant responses and other great features to the Sense and Versa 3 fitness trackers. The update comes as Fitbit prepares to launch its new Luxe tracker, although it̵
Audible Google Assistant responses are the biggest change coming with this update, although Sense and Versa 3 users will also get the ability to quickly switch their watch face, see SP02 readings on their wearable’s Today dashboard, and enjoy new celebrations after achieving fitness goals.
- More accessible Sp02 measurements: Fitbit Versa and Sense now display blood oxygen readings in more places: from the Sp02 watch face, the Health and Metrics dashboard on the Fitbit app, and on the wearable’s Today dashboard.
- High and low heart rate notifications: Versa 3 users now get notifications when their heart rate goes above or below a custom threshold.
- Audible responses from Google Assistant: Google Assistant now gives audible responses instead of just showing the responses on the screen. You can turn off audible responses in the Fitbit app settings.
- Faster watch face switching: Now you can change watch faces by long-pressing the clock on your Fitbit’s main screen.
- New celebrations: Fitbit has added new Celebration animations to the Versa 3 and Sense. Achieving fitness goals will trigger these animations.
Fitbit has been hard at work over the past few weeks. Along with the Versa 3 and Sense update, the company has a new Minionstheme Ace 3 tracker for kids and experiment with snore tracking features. Newer, bigger updates may come as Google and Samsung team up to unify their smartwatch and fitness tracking software.
Source: Fitbit via 9to5Google