Fitbit To Do Away With Google Sign-In Support Soon. Know Everything

Fitbit is saying goodbye to Google sign-in. Yes, wearable measures have started sending a warning message to users trying to sign in to on their account login page, indicating that the ability to sign in with a Google account and password has been removed. rice field. The company is committed to providing users with an “improved experience.”

According to Fitbit’s sign-in page, users are receiving the following message: No specific date has been provided as to when this will occur.

“To prepare for this removal, please make sure you know the email address and password you use with Fitbit. If you don’t know your password,[パスワードを忘れた場合]Please click on the. For more information about your Fitbit account, including how to find and change your email address, see our help article about your address,” Fitbit added.

In early September, there were reports that Fitbit would likely introduce changes to Fitbit accounts. According to a report by XDA Developers, the wearables major had announced that in 2025 he would retire his Fitbit account. Note that “Continue with Google” is different from signing in with your Google account.

Additionally, Fitbit wants everyone to know their email address and password. This is already required by Android and iOS apps. This change is a service for Fitbit accounts to replace standard Google accounts, so there are no longer two separate systems. According to a 9to5Google report, users can continue to use their existing Fitbit account until 2025, but will need his Google account to access new features and set up the device.

Meanwhile, Google-owned Fitbit rolled out its first software update last month with bug fixes and new features for Fitbit Sense 2 and Fitbit Versa 4. Fitbit’s new smartwatch will launch globally in mid-2022, adding new features that allow you to receive calls from your paired smartphone on your wrist and turn off the display with a hand gesture.

If you recall, the Fitbit Sense 2 was launched in India in September, priced at Rs 24,999, and is a premium health-tracking smartwatch in the new Fitbit lineup. The smartwatch is an upgraded version of Fitbit Sense, with an ECG app and a sensor that can detect signs of atrial fibrillation via a CE-marked, FDA-cleared PPG algorithm to track heart health. Included.

The Fitbit Versa 4 retails for Rs 20,499 domestically and looks very similar to the Sense 2 despite the lack of an ECG sensor. Versa 4 comes with over 40 exercise modes, built-in GPS, active zone minutes, and real-time stats. It also has premium features like ‘Daily Readiness Score’ to help you track your activity goals. Versa 4 has a battery life of 6 days.