A much-anticipated and practical feature is coming to the Fitbit Charge 5 that will enable users to locate their smartphones using the activity tracker. The “Find Phone” feature, which was previously available only on Fitbit’s series of smartwatches, is now available on the Fitbit Charge 5.
According to a report by 9to5Google, the Charge 5 is getting updated to version 1.171.50 from 1.149.11, and the “Find Phone” feature may be the only major change. As previously stated, only the Fitbit Sense, Fitbit Versa, and a select few other Fitbit smartwatches offered this capability. The update version 1.171.590 from the Google-owned wearables manufacturer is also expected to have included bug patches, but Fitbit’s support page does not yet include them.
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Earlier in June, Fitbit began rolling out a new function called Sleep Profile for Fitbit Premium subscribers. The Sleep Profile function, which will enable interpretation with animal characters, allows customers of the company, which is now owned by Google, to analyse the longitudinal patterns of their sleep. Please be aware that only Fitbit Premium users have access to the Sleep Profile.
The new Fitbit Sleep Profile is quite similar to Samsung’s Sleep Coaching tool, which likewise represents users’ sleeping habits with an own animal character. For owners of the Galaxy Watch 4, Samsung had previously introduced the Sleep Coaching feature in February. “We have examined 22 billion hours of sleep data thus far, which is more than 5,000 tortoises’ lifetimes. (Fun fact: there are 60,000 giant tortoises in the world, and a tortoise can live up to 500 years.) “In a blog post, the Fitbit Team had written.