Fitbit, maker of wearable activity trackers, today launched a new Windows 10 universal app, which is now available free on the Microsoft store.
Redesigned using the new Windows 10 interface design guidelines, the app supports such Windows 10 features as Cortana voice commands and Continuum.
Notifications are now pushed to the Notification Center while Activity updates are shown on the Live Tile, as they were with the previous version of the app. The dashboard provides detailed information about your daily routines, and quick actions enable activity tracking and logging.
In the past, Fitbit been available for Windows 8, Windows RT and Windows Phone 8.1 so it’s no surprise that the company has now expanded support to the new OS.
The app will be available for Windows 10 Mobile and the Xbox One, when they are updated.
➤ Windows 10 gets a new universal Fitbit app with Cortana support [Neowin]
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