Fitbit Adds Blood Oxygen Monitoring (SPO2) in its Versa, Charge, and Ionic Device

Fitbit Blood oxygen spo2
Fitbit Charge 3 (Image: Fitbit)
If you own a Fitbit Charge 3, Ionic, Versa, Versa Lite, or Versa 2, you are very likely seeing blood oxygen saturation data appear in the app. The app will […]
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