Fitbit is tackling some of the biggest concerns about the Fitbit Ionic with its first major update.
Best overall – Fitbit Charge 2
The Fitbit Charge 2 is the best Fitbit for more people (and the best fitness tracker in general) because it does almost everything well, and is comfortable to wear for long periods of time. Like all Fitbit products, it tracks steps, sleep, and, if you want, workouts, but the Charge 2 does it in style.
We are over the moon about the brand new design in our most recent Runtastic app update — Runtastic 8.0! It’s been a long time coming, as we’ve been hard at work on this new design for nearly a year! And now the curtain has opened, and you can finally experience it for yourself.
It’s the first sporting injury of my life, sustained while I was training for a longer out-of-town cycle with BellaVelo. Another cyclist wearing tracksuit bottoms (this is relevant) undertook me, and his pocket hooked on to my drop handlebars. I didn’t realise – I just thought, well that’s bad luck, to lose control of your steering at the exact same time as the guy in front pulls his trousers down – and wham, the next thing I knew, my shoulder hit the pavement. The thing after that, I had one useless arm.
Fitbit’s new smartwatch features outstanding hardware and a bevy of sensors, but a few early bugs keep it from being great. Here is our full review of the new $300 Fitbit Ionic.
Heat, humidity, and slippery roads dashed the world record dreams at the Berlin Marathon
Scientists are publishing more studies and enrolling more clinical trials using Fitbit devices than any other wearable fitness tracker out there.