Over the last couple of years, Fitbit has graduated from a company that makes fitness trackers to a full smartwatch manufacturer. And today’s update for the Ionic and Versa is a big one for Fitbit watch owners.
Fitbit OS 3.0 is rolling out today to Ionic and Versa watches, bringing a slew of pretty nice features along with it. The main theme here seems to be the ability to do more directly from your watch instead of having to interact with the phone.
For example, you’ll be able to set exercise goals, like time, distance, or calories, from the Exercise app on the watch. Similarly, you’ll be able to log things like water intake on the watch, as well as see more details about specific metrics like sleep tracking, weight info, water intake, and badges.
Otherwise, there are a handful of smaller features in this build, like the option to leave the screen on for up to 60 seconds, and a wake-on-notification feature. The screen will also stay on when the stopwatch is running, too.
Read more: https://www.howtogeek.com/fyi/fitbit-os-reaches-version-3.0-heres-whats-new/