Fitbit is a brand known for its fitness-focused smart wristbands and watches. In the latest update of the Fitbit app, the codes for a new snore tracking feature have emerged.
Fitbit is known as a company that produces wearable devices that are very successful especially in activity tracking. Although it is not very popular in our country, it is a very popular brand worldwide. Since the main purpose of the wearable devices it produces is health and exercise tracking, it appeals to a particular user base.
It has been revealed that fitbit, which produces special wristbands and watches for those who prefer different activities and are suitable for every budget, will soon introduce the “Snoring and Sound Tracking” feature. While it hasn’t been actively made available yet, what these features are and how they work has been revealed.
Here’s the information revealed:
In the latest update of Fitbbit’s Android application, a menu “Snoring and Speech Recognition” has arisen that is not yet activated but is completely ready to use. In this menu there are options such as turning the snore and sound tracking function on and off, measuring the noise pollution around you while you sleep, viewing your snoring records and choosing a ‘sleeping animal’ for you on based on your sleep pattern.
In the noise section of these added features you can see how suitable your sleeping place is, both before and while you sleep, and the sounds that can interrupt your sleep. When tracking snoring, Fitbit automatically records that person’s snoring because it can’t know if you or the person you’re sleeping with is snoring. You can listen to these recordings later on your smartphone.
Of course, keep in mind that you Fitbit model with a built-in microphone to make all these functions work. The desired conditions for these functions to work correctly are listed as “Your Fitbit bracelet must be at least 40% charged and you should not listen to music or ambient noise while sleeping ”.
Added another feature to the Fitbit app is the function “Sleeping Pet”. This feature is actually a system that shows you which animal you resemble based on the way you sleep. Currently available sleeping animals are as follows:
- Sleeper: Bear
- Sleeping in pieces: dolphin
- Light sleeper: Giraffe
- Short sleeper: Hummingbird
- Slow Sleeper: Kangaroo
- Deep sleeper: turtle
Fitbit has not made these features available at this time, but the details are expected to be added in the next update and the feature will be available for eligible devices.