Fitbit Reportedly Enabled Blood Oxygen Tracking Feature

Fitbit Reportedly Enabled Blood Oxygen Tracking Feature

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FitBits users who are wearing these high health devices recently got some new updates which they might be clueless about it. A report gathered from reddit, and other tech forums state that FitBits wearables which already have blood oxygen monitoring hardware have enabled this feature, and people are unaware of it. Users said their health devices Ionic, Versa reportedly started to show blood oxygen related data, which can be used to track health issues relating to heart, asthma, and sleep apnea illness.

As of now, it’s not clear how FitBit enabled this new feature of using SpO2 technology that can track blood oxygen levels of users, but some are quite happy about it. People who wear health devices like Fitbit like to know the status of their health, especially anything relating to heart, lung, or blood pressure illnesses symptoms. Fitbit confirmed the use of a combination of red and infrared sensors that will help them to determine the variation of oxygen level.

Use of SpO2 technology has always been a fascinating thing for many users because it can let them know the current status of their main organs like the heart, lung, etc. However, it’s not clear whether this new feature has rolled out to new users or some premium members only. Some experts said the rolling of this feature does not depend upon what type of devices they are using or whether anyone has a premium membership. However, while clarifying things about the use of SpO2 technology, the company said users shouldn’t see any significant sleep variations because that would be the symptom of being unhealthy. This rolling of new features might bring some goods user reviews for FitBit despite the fact SpO2 technology is not a new thing in the market. However, if tech companies used to in a perfect way, then that might bring some good results for it.