Fitbit Fitness, the company that makes Fitbit and other fitness trackers, has announced that it is changing the way its users can see the data they collect on them.
The company will no longer show users’ activity, heart rate and other data to the Fitbit app.
Instead, it will use Fluency and Fitbit Map to give users a “better experience with data.”
Fluency is a system that allows users to see how their fitness data is being collected and how it is being used.
Fitbit has been making changes to its Fluency app to make it more efficient for people who use the device on a regular basis.
Previously, users had to download Fluency for each activity.
With the Fluency update, users will be able to see data for multiple activity types in one location and access the data from a single place, making it easier for them to understand what they are doing.
Fluence is a big update for Fitbit.
In March, Fitbit said it would be rolling out the Fluence app to users in the US and Europe.
Fitbits data collected from its Fitbit Dash and Dash 2 trackers are also being integrated with Fluency, so users will have access to all their data.
Fluent also includes new features to allow users to filter out data that doesn’t meet their goals, such as data that shows activity that they are not interested in.
“We’ve been working on this for a while and we’re excited to roll it out to our users,” said Brian Molloy, the CEO of Fitbit, in a statement.