The Fitbit app on iOS has released an update today teasing a preview of its new dashboard. The app makes it much better to visualize the different metrics you track from steps, distance covered, calories burned, etc. I have been a using Fitbit One since 2014 and the companion app on iOS makes it much easier to sync the metrics tracked by the device.
Aside from the dashboard, here are the other changes included in the update:
- Introducing stride length settings for all users. You can now change your stride length directly from the app by going to Account > Advanced Settings > Stride Length
- Learn how active minutes, distance, and floors work by tapping on the links within each section
- Better visualize your weight, body fat, body composition and body mass index with new fullscreen graphs
- Log water more easily with new quick add options on the water screen