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A few months ago Fitbit introduced a child-focused family tracker which also came with a parental-control feature. The device, the Ace, resembles the Fitbit Alta HR and is designed for children age 8 and older. The tracker counts steps and also gives prompts to move.
The device will cost $100 and will connect to family accounts where parents can monitor the activity level of their child. The dashboard will also let you control the Fitbit friend requests of your children. The dashboard will intentionally hide details such as calorie usage and body fat percentages from children and is COPPA-compliant.
That dashboard is now available for all Windows 10 users on desktop and mobile. For the feature to be available however either a Fitbit Ace or MobileTrack functionality need to be set up.
The Fitbit app can be found in the Store here and the Fitbit Ace can be found at Amazon here.
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