2 years back, we made the statement that Fitbit was obtained by Google.
Ever since, some things have actually changed a bit. You may have currently observed “by Google” appearing on packaging or on our latest TV project. We likewise presented brand-new products and new experiences, including some interesting Google-specific functions.
There are some things that have not changed. Like our mission to help everyone be much healthier, which has been our inspiration since Day 1. Our concentrate on bringing you the data, inspiration, and assistance you need to be more active, sleep much better and manage tension. And our dedication to protecting your health info and keeping you in control of your data.
Now that our expertise in fitness and health is backed by Google’s development in AI, software, and hardware, we understand there will be modification in the future. Change that will make Fitbit the very best it can be, to assist you– and our entire community– become your finest, too.
There’s more to come. And we’re so fired up about the future we’re building together. For now, here’s the most recent:
A Fitbit that’s even more practical.
At Google, it’s not about making things just to make them. It has to do with making things that truly help. So, we’ve doubled down on our focus to provide things that we believe will empower you to accomplish your fitness and health goals. That means items that are easier to utilize, experiences that are more individualized, and includes that are more encouraging. It implies casting Fitbit app exercises onto your Chromecast-enabled television, where you can see your development on the cinema. And it indicates that soon you’ll be able to get instructions on your watch with Google Maps or swipe your wrist at shops to check out with Google Pay. *
A Fitbit that reaches even more individuals.
Because the start, we’ve been on a journey to democratize health and wellness– to make it more accessible and friendly to everyone. That ease of access is much more real with Google.
As we move into the future, Fitbit will be readily available on more gadgets, consisting of connected house gadgets, Televisions, and phones. So no matter where you are, Fitbit remains in reach. And since accessibility is also about affordability, among our key focus locations is continuing to develop high-quality wearables that cost less– like Inspire 3, which we launched in August.
A Fitbit that does a lot more for your health.
As we establish our future product or services, we’re approaching things differently, adapting and developing to ensure we’re delivering genuine health outcomes for millions– even billions– of individuals.
We’re continuing to drive research around brand-new sensing units and experiences, and are utilizing Google’s deal with artificial intelligence and leading technologies to develop advanced functions that can help with major health conditions. In May we presented Irregular Heart Rhythm Notices that can help detect early signs of aFib, and more than two million people have actually currently enrolled in the function. ** And now that we’re integrating our maker finding out with Google’s, we’re able to do even more– like providing Fitbit’s the majority of precise heart rate tracking yet on the new Pixel Watch.
For these reasons and more, Fitbit and Google are better together. And we’re simply scratching the surface area of the health and wellness experiences we can bring to the world. Whether you’ve been with us since the beginning or joining us for the first time: thank you. We’re honored to be on the journey with you.
* Google Maps and Google Wallet coming soon. Phone needs to be nearby to use Google Maps. Google wallet bank accessibility differs by area.
**Only offered in choose countries and with choose Fitbit products; not meant for use by people under 22 years of ages or with known atrial fibrillation.
This info is for instructional purposes only and is not planned as a substitute for medical diagnosis or treatment. You ought to not utilize this details to diagnose or deal with a health issue or condition. Constantly talk to your doctor prior to altering your diet, modifying your sleep routines, taking supplements, or starting a brand-new fitness routine.