Pixel Watch redesigned after the latest Fitbit update

Pixel Watch redesigned after the latest Fitbit update
Onur Demirkol

Onur Demirkol

We are currently in a time when tech firms love to make design updates on their widely used products, and Fitbit doesn’t want to miss the train. According to the recent news by 9to5Google, the latest Fitbit update has changed the design of tiles on the Pixel Watch. Here is everything you need to know about it!


Fitbit update redesigns Pixel Watch

Fitbit has once again taken a stride forward by introducing a fresh and revamped experience for Pixel Watch users. Hot on the heels of its Android and iOS redesign, Fitbit is now unveiling an exciting visual makeover for its Wear OS app, bringing a host of exciting changes to the Pixel Watch. These updates promise to enhance user experience and streamline access to essential health and fitness data.

What’s new on the Pixel Watch?

Fitbit enthusiasts have reason to rejoice as the company unveils its latest update, which introduces a slew of new features and visual enhancements. Fitbit has rolled out “Tiles” on the Pixel Watch, offering users quick and easy access to crucial health and fitness metrics. These Tiles cover a wide range of aspects, including Daily heart rate, Exercise and ECG quick launch, Last activity, Main goal, and Sleep tracking.

The most noticeable change with this update is the transition to an arc design for progress Tiles. Previously, the progress was displayed using a complete ring that was filled in clockwise around the perimeter. Now, Fitbit has adopted an innovative approach, where the progress arc spans from left to right, featuring a distinctive gap at the bottom, much like a speed dial gauge. This redesign not only looks sleek but also makes it easier for users to track their fitness goals at a glance.

Old vs. New (Image Credit 9to5Google)

Fitbit has made substantial upgrades to the Sleep Tile for individuals who value their sleep data. Users will now see sleep and wake times listed beneath the sleep duration, in addition to monitoring hours slept. Furthermore, the sleep score has been simplified to include only the number, removing any extraneous language explanations. This allows you to rapidly access more relevant information without having to navigate the Fitbit app’s complete page, giving it a more user-friendly experience for sleep-monitoring fans.

Fitbit is giving a fresh look to the Fitbit Today feed as well. They’ve changed the way it looks but in a good way. They used to have different colors for things like Steps, Floors, and Distance. Now, those colors are gone from the titles. But don’t worry, they’ve kept those colors for the dials and rings, so it still looks pretty and organized.

In conclusion, Fitbit’s latest update for the Pixel Watch brings a fresh, user-friendly, and visually appealing experience to the world of wearable fitness technology. With enhanced Tiles, improved sleep tracking, and a refined Fitbit Today feed, users can expect a smoother and more intuitive journey toward achieving their health and fitness goals. Fitbit’s commitment to innovation continues to shine, making the Pixel Watch a compelling choice for those looking to stay on top of their well-being with style and simplicity.

Onur Demirkol

Onur Demirkol

Onur is a Turkish content writer who has been in the field since 2018 with a background in gaming, esports, and technology. Journalism and Creative Writing are two of his motivations in his work life, combined with technology and gaming, his lifelong passions. Studying abroad gave him a different perspective on life; now, he uses his experiences to influence and inform as many as possible.

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