Fitbit is facing its first lawsuit a month after recalling its Force activity tracking band, which caused an allergic reaction for some users.
The company is no longer selling the activity tracking band due to an allergic reaction being experienced by some users, and is conducting a voluntary recall.
Fitbit has acknowledged the issue and is offering affected users a replacement device or refund.
Starting next month an update will let allow you to view your smartphone’s caller ID on the display of your Fitbit Force.
After spending time with both the Fitbit Force and Jawbone UP24, I’ve compared their features side by side to see which one is worth your activity tracking dollars.
A display makes all the difference in the world for the Fitbit Force. For most people, this is the activity tracker to get.
Fitbit is reportedly working on a new fitness band, the Fitbit Force, which can provide more detailed statistics about your daily fitness levels and also functions as a watch.