The period-tracking data will sit in the Fitbit app alongside all your other data-like activity, sleep, and weight-so you can figure out the likely cause for your burning desire to punch loud eaters and/or eat an entire bag of potato chips.
Fitbit then allows you to take this data and make cycle predictions that get more accurate the more you use it, allowing you to log additional information as you go along.More news: Women Sue Charlie Rose, CBS News for Sexual Harassment
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In March, Fitbit officially unveiled the Fitbit Versa - a product it calls a "smartwatch for all". Fitbit also upped the customization ante by giving wearers the ability to fully customize the smartwatch, offering a variety of apps like Starbucks, Strava, and Flipboard, as well as a number of custom clock faces - the brand says there's already over 550 apps and clock faces now available. There will also be groups in Fitbit's Community service for women to connect over. The first Fitbit wearables were originally released in May 2013. The Versa even offers fitness guidance via Fitbit Coach and allows for swim tracking, boasting a water-resistance up to 50 meters. With smartwatch integration, you can also swipe up on your watch to the Fitbit Today dashboard to check when your period is going to start or end along with your next fertile window.
The app will also push general information about menstrual cycles, ovulation, fertility and common misconceptions from the company's blog. Users with Android apps will get the feature in a few weeks. Some of the new apps include Dexcom, an app that provides glucose readings, Sickweather, an app that scans social media for indicators of illness, and Go365, an app that tracks a user's wellness and rewards them for making healthy choices.