Fitbit is now the company that will work under Google. We don’t know whether Google will continue the Fitbit smartwatch series ahead or it will launch under other names. In the last few years, Fitbit has remarkably grabbed a big chunk of shares for its wearables. The Fitbit Versa & Fitbit Charge series is the most successful smartwatch & fitness tracker series, respectively. Unlike Xiaomi, Huami & Huawei, Fitbit has its library to provide you apps & watch faces and even some casual games. The library is growing with essential apps & watch faces, such as recently Amazon Alexa & music streaming service Spotify launched on the platform.
For the look, Fitbit & third-party creators have launched most creative watch faces for Fitbit Versa & Fitbit Versa 2. The different types of clocks allow you to change the look of your watch as you want. Initially, Fitbit introduced some of the analog & digital watch faces for all its wearables. Later, many developers joined to create their themes. The Fitbit Versa & Fitbit Versa 2 now supports some of the amazing clocks. To change the main screen of your watch, here are the best watch faces for Fitbit Versa & Fitbit Versa 2.
Best Watch Faces for Fitbit Versa & Versa 2
The first watch face is from Fitbit and that is Stats. It is a simple clock that only displays limited information on the first screen. Samsung & Apple always releases tons of watch faces for their new smartwatch. When you see Apple Watch Series 5 or Galaxy Watch Active 2 then both comes with exclusive dials. Also, they are in different categories with lots of information. Fitbit lacks in this area and we can see it in the library. The Stats will only show you steps, calories and heart rate on the screen.
2. Kraft VIII
For the premium look, you can choose Kraft VIII. It is not a free clock; instead, you have to pay $1.50 to unlock the functions. On display, it will show time, date, day, steps, calories, distance, heart rate, floor or elevation gain, and many more features. The Kraft III tried to show you all the functions that matter to you in daily activities.
3. Black Hole
I like the theme for its way to show all the needy things on the front side. It shows all the information on the main screen that you need to check now and then. When you set the clock, then you will get steps, calories burned, distance, remaining battery percentage, and steps walked on elevators. Along with it, the heart rate monitoring and weather information available on the first screen. It is not free in the store. To use Black Hole you have to pay $0.99 on the developer’s website.
Always-on Display is an essential feature for today’s smartwatches. The Fitbit Versa & Fitbit Versa 2 wearables are also supporting Always-on Display. The new ntprFfh is allowing you to run the theme while you shut the screen. The ntprFfh is a modern-looking AOD-ready clockface. You can tap on activity content on the left side for change between steps, distance, calories and floors (exclude Versa Lite). You can tap on the palette icon (bottom left part of your watch screen) when you want to change the color theme. Clockface has except for standard heart rate, heart zone too.
Depth is the best-animated clockface for the Fitbit Versa & Versa 2 as well as older Fitbit Versa Lite & Fitbit Ionic smartwatches. If you are looking for an animated face with tons of features, then the Depth will show you the weather, battery, steps, heart rate and burned calories. It is also a paid watch face that comes for $1.25 in the Fitbit store.
To download these watch faces, go to Fitbit Gallery on your paired smartphone. To pay for a paid clock, you may have to visit the official websites of developers.