replies are coming to the affordable Versa, as well as the costlier Fitbit Ionic smartwatch, available right now at $250 after a nationwide $50 markdown.
Along with the female health tracking, Android users do get the upper hand with the addition of quick replies letting Ionic and Versa owners respond to texts and messages from the likes of WhatsApp or Facebook Messenger.
In a blog post over on Fitbit's official website, the company explains that users who have identified themselves as women will soon be able to log their menstrual cycles along with any symptoms that come along with them.
Enter a simple but detailed and comprehensive tool aiming to help the ladies gain a better understanding of how their body works, as well as providing "personalized insights" into how your cycle impacts your activity, sleep, weight and nutrition, and "potentially how these things can affect your cycle".
The female health tracking feature will initially be available on the iOS and Windows apps with Android getting it later.
In the meantime, Google's mobile OS gets Fitbit Quick Replies this week, making it possible to send canned responses through the company's smartwatches, like "Yes", "No" and "Sounds good!"
And it gets smarter as you log. Fitbit says it takes about two cycles for the app to really get to know your cycle to make more accurate predictions. Android users will have to wait until the end of the month.
The Fitbit App Gallery has over 700 apps and clock faces, as of Versa's launch.
You will also be able to check out general information about topics such as menstrual cycle and fertility. There, you can see where you are in your cycle, when your next period is expected and check your estimated fertile windows.
Finally, Fitbit has also announced a slew of new apps and clock faces, with many of them centered around managing conditions like diabetes and some forms of cancer. The One Drop app (available now) will allow users to be able to sync Fitbit intraday data to their One Drop accounts to see their glucose data on their smartwatch.
Additional apps from Fitabase, Go365 by Humana, Limeade (available now), Sickweather and Walgreens (now available) have also been announced.