The latest update for the Fitbit app has landed in the Play Store. There isn't a huge list of new features (or new device support) this time around, however this is an update that current users will notice immediately. Simply put -- Fitbit has rolled out a new design for the dashboard.
The folks at Fitbit are touting this as being an 'improved' dashboard design, and we are seeing a style that is likely to be welcomed. The layout is a bit cleaner, and the fonts seem to be a bit nicer on the eyes. Aside from the new look for the dashboard, there are a few other additions that arrived with this update.
Users are now able to upload a profile image. You'll have the option to take a new picture or select one that is already sitting in the gallery on your device. You can switch up your profile image by choosing the Settings option from the (three-dot) menu icon in the upper right corner. Once there tap Edit Photo and then follow the prompts.
This update also added support for the Italian language and fixed a few bugs. Users should now be able to enter a new water goal, and there has been "improved power efficiency" for MobileTrack on the HTC One (M8). The updated Fitbit app can be found using this Google Play Store link.