Google rolled out a new redesigned Fitbit app and it looks promising

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Google has announced the release of its redesigned Fitbit app, which features a new three-tab structure, simplified navigation, and enhanced privacy controls. 

“We are committed to continuously improving the Fitbit platform and app to work toward our goal to help make the world healthier,” says Google in the announcement.

The new Fitbit app is organized around three main tabs: Today, Coach, and You. 

Today gives you a quick overview of your daily activity stats, like steps, distance, calories burned, and sleep score. Coach offers workout plans and programs to help you reach your fitness goals, and You provides more detailed insights into your health and wellness data, including trends and patterns over time.

Visual of the Fitbit app’s Today surface showing how users can manually input entries.

In addition to the new tab structure, the redesigned Fitbit app also includes a number of other features and improvements, like improved phone-based tracking, better workout content, enhanced data insights, and privacy controls. 

Speaking of which, the tech giant also rejuvenated its Duet AI tool and Google Chat not too long ago. 

Duet AI, which is often seen as the main competitor to Windows Copilot, costs the same as Copilot and has the same capabilities.

The redesigned Fitbit app is now available for download on both Android and iOS devices.

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