Why You Don’t Need a Fitbit to Get in Shape

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One of the biggest advantages of having a smartwatch is for the fitness-tracking capabilities, but according to a new study, your smartphone is actually better at tracking your fitness activities. A new paper that was recently published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that most fitness-focused smartphone apps are just as accurate […]

FitBit Announces Android App, Brings Syncing To Galaxy S3 and Note 2

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FitBit announced its first Android app for its line of fitness trackers this week, though it only supports two Android phones so far. The new FitBit Android app will let FitBit users sync their mobile fitness devices to their Samsung Galaxy S3 or Samsung Galaxy Note 2. The app ¬†only supports those two popular Android […]

FitBit Zip Review

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FitBit’s new entry-level pedometer has almost every feature of the previous models in a smaller, less expensive package. The FitBit Zip is a small pedometer that can fit into any pocket or clip onto a pair of pants with the included clip. The device will track steps taken as well as calories burned and distance […]

FitBit One and Zip Fitness Trackers Sync to iPhone, Start at $60

FitBit One

FitBit, one of the first digital health companies has two new fitness trackers, the low-end inexpensive FitBit Zip, and the more expensive higher-end FitBit One. Like the FitBit Ultra both the One and Zip are pedometers that help users track their number of steps taken, calories burned, and distance travelled. Both new devices come equipped […]