Fitbit designs products and experiences that track everyday health and fitness, empowering and inspiring people to lead healthier, more active lives. The company’s diverse line of award-winning products includes the Fitbit Flex wristband, Fitbit Zip and Fitbit One activity trackers, as well as the Aria Wi-Fi Smart Scale. Fitbit products are carried in more than 20,000 North American retail stores and sold internationally in more than 17 countries across Asia and Europe.

Fitbit Health Solutions

Fitbit unveils new enterprise health platform, scores contract with Humana

Fitbit Care combines wearables, digital interventions and health coaching through the Fitbit Plus app to deliver a more personalized healthcare experience.
Fitbit acquires Twine Health

Fitbit expands its healthcare footprint with acquisition of Twine Health

With Twine Health, Fitbit gets a clinically proven health coaching platform to drive better health outcomes and lower healthcare costs.
Fitbit OS update

Fitbit Ionic gets an update, new clock faces and apps

The company's first smartwatch is getting better with the day, with a bunch of new health-related apps being announced.
Fitbit Ionic

Fitbit, Dexcom to make glucose readings visible on the Fitbit Ionic smartwatch

The companies are targeting availability as soon as possible in 2018 and will continue to explore opportunities to help people better manage their diabetes.
Fitbit Ionic

The Ionic smartwatch leads Fitbit’s latest offering

The company has also announced a new smart scale (Aria 2), sweat-proof Bluetooth headphones (Flyer), and new premium guidance and coaching offering.

Fitbit’s smartwatch will be ready for the holidays

It will be water-proof up to 50m, have a multi-day battery life, and deliver the best health and fitness experience.
Fitbit Charge

Study: Fitbit doesn’t help teens exercise more

The eight-week-long study was looking to investigate whether fitness wearables could encourage young teenagers to take more exercise.

Fitbit faces lawsuits over haptic feedback in the U.S. and China

Developer and licensor of touch feedback technology Immersion aims to stop manufacturing and selling of Fitbit devices in the U.S. and China.
Fitbit Sleep Stages

Study finds Fitbit heart rate-tracking devices to accurately track sleep stages

Analysis of over 4 billion nights of Fitbit sleep data supports scientific theories that sleeping 7+ hours can positively affect sleep quality.
Fitbit home

Fitbit moves 3 million devices in Q1 2017

The company reported Q1 revenues of $299 million with U.S. accounting for 52% of the figure.