Fitbit Sense 2 & Versa 4 smartwatch users have access to only Fitbit-made apps, third-party apps are not allowed on the watches. However, a recent development brings a piece of positive news for the users. Recently, the “MED ID 5.0” app appeared in Fitbit’s app gallery. This app is developed by a third-party developer and supports Fitbit’s Versa 4 and Sense 2 smartwatches. The app enables you to carry your medical information with you.
In late December, Google Maps also appeared on the list. Earlier, Versa 4 and Sense 2 supported only Fitbit apps like EDA scan, SPO2, ECG, Exercise, etc. However, it is interesting to see whether the appearance of the third-party app on the list is the company’s move or not. Fitbit did not clear its stance on this recent development, leaving scope for various speculations. The company has yet to reveal any developer documentation.
Fitbit’s new watches further received two new watch faces for its premium subscribers – Trials and Streaks. Considering the recent progress, we can expect that Fitbit will officially reveal more details about the third-party app support for Versa 4 and Sense 2. These developments compel users to look forward to more such exciting updates.
Fitbit Versa 4 and Sense 2 are the company’s premium offerings for customers. Both smartwatches have upgraded design and configuration as compared to their predecessors. These devices have a square display with rounded corners, an always-on color touchscreen display, impressive watch faces, and various sensors including the heart rate sensor. Sense 2 has a skin temperature sensor with a massive six days battery life.