The Fitbit Sense and Versa 3 receive new features and refinements with their latest software updates
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Fitbit has announced that it is bringing more features to the Sense and Versa 3, its latest smartwatches. According to a blog post, this month's update focuses on the following five areas:
- Oxygen saturation (SPO2) tracking
- High and low heart rate notifications
- Hear audible responses from Google
- Clock face switcher
- New celebrations
Fitbit states that you can now access SpO2 data in the Today dashboard, as well as in the SpO2 clock face and the Health Metrics Dashboard through the Fitbit app. Additionally, the Versa 3 can now send high and low heart rate notifications, letting you know when your heart rate is above or below set thresholds.
The update adds a simpler clock face switcher and new 'on-wrist celebrations' for when you reach your fitness goals. Moreover, Google can now provide audible responses to commands or questions. You can also disable audio responses, for reference.