If you’re in the market for a fitness tracker you’ve never heard of, you’re not alone.
But it looks like the company behind it, Fitbit (which owns Jawbone, the Fitbit name), is on the right track with a new Fitbit 2.0.
The wearable device has been quietly gaining in popularity and features new features that are making it more than just a fitness band, though.
Here’s a look at what’s new in the new Fitbits 2.5.
First up, the new features: The new Fitbits 2.2, the biggest update yet to the Fitband, includes a new smartwatch feature called the Fitge.
This new feature is a small band that connects to your smartphone and sends a push notification that you need to wear the FitBand on your wrist.
To do this, the device sends your phone’s address to the phone app, and you can choose to receive an alert by pressing the notification.
The app also automatically downloads your activity data.
In addition, you can now set the Fitbits to automatically sync to your watch.
You can also set the watch to wake you up at certain times.
Finally, you have the ability to change the battery life of the Fitbets, which is now 15 hours.
The new smartwear feature will also let you change your fitness tracker’s watch face, but it’s a little tricky.
You’ll need to tap on the new face in the Fitmats settings app to adjust the brightness, colors and more.
Fitbit has also added a new heart rate sensor and a new battery indicator.
The heart rate meter will display how much the heart rate is beating during a workout and display your current heart rate.
The battery indicator shows how much your device is charging, which helps you know how much battery you have left.
You should also be able to tell the Fitfit 2.4 from the Fitmetric, which will track your steps, run times, distance, calories burned and more, too.
Finally in the second update to the firmware, you’ll find the ability for you to adjust your sleep settings and wake time.
Lastly, you’ve got the ability of adjusting the FitFit’s battery life, which can be set to a maximum of 30 hours.
If you need a new fitness tracker but aren’t sure where to start, we recommend checking out the new version of Fitbit’s software.
Fitbattles 2.6 is available for pre-order right now for $99.99 and will be released later this year.
The Fitbit Band 2.7 is currently in stock at retailers including Best Buy, Target, Walgreens and Amazon.