Fitbit Ionic long-term review: Fitbit may be on track for a wearable win

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I reviewed the Fitbit Ionic when it launched late last year, and at the time I didn’t much care for it. I was not into the design, and there were multiple software issues. I’ve continued to wear the watch on and off since then, and I spent about a week with the Fitbit Versa just recently. The Ionic has gotten several updates since my original review, including the recent bump to FitbitOS 2.0 that matches what ships on the Versa. With Google’s Wear OS still on a downward trajectory, I’m giving Fitbit’s flagship smartwatch another shot.

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Fitbit: Adidas Ionic launch date announced and new smartwatch leaked

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Fitbit weekly roundup. Q4 Results miss analysts’ estimates, release date for Fitbit Ionic: Adidas edition announced and leaked images of their next smartwatch appear. This week Fitbit revealed fourth-quarter revenue of $ 570.8 million for the 2017 holiday season, down from $ 573.8 million from the previous year, which missed analysts estimates of $ 588.1 million. Fitbit ended the year with $ 1,615.5 billion in revenue, down from $ 2,169.5 billion when compared to 2016. Fitbit, is being squeezed by cost-effective fitness trackers from the likes of Xiaomi with its Mi Band 2, and of course…

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The Ionic Adidas Edition is Fitbit’s answer to the Apple Watch Nike+

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Those previously on the fence about getting a Fitbit Ionic smartwatch now have a new model to consider.

Fitbit revealed its device collaboration with Adidas today—the Ionic Adidas Edition is a spiced-up Ionic smartwatch featuring an Adidas-made watch face, special wristbands, and the Adidas Train app for runners. Similar to the Apple Watch Nike+ edition, this version of Fitbit’s smartwatch combines all of the features of the original Ionic with exclusive perks developed in collaboration with Adidas that users can’t get on any other Ionic model.

The Adidas Edition’s case is identical to that of a regular Ionic, but the former comes preloaded with a new Adidas-made watch face with the company’s logo at the top, huge block-like numbers for the time in the middle, and a bottom stats row featuring steps taken, current heart rate, and the date. Exclusive bands for the Adidas Edition are available as well, both of which have many small holes along the band’s entire surface. These kinds of perforations allow more air to pass through to the skin, reducing the possibility of skin irritation during long periods of use. These bands are also swim-ready, making them a good option to outfit the Ionic with before tracking a swim.

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Ionic Brings App Development Suite to Teams and Enterprises

Ionic, maker of the popular open source Framework for building cross-platform mobile and progressive web apps, has launched a suite of development tools for enterprise developers and teams.

Ionic Pro is a cloud-based solution that makes it faster and easier to design, build, test and deliver apps.

Launched in 2013, the Ionic Framework has acquired a community of more than five million developers around the world. Ionic’s approach streamlines mobile development with one code base that runs everywhere – on any device or operating system – using the web as a common platform. This efficiency is critical to enterprise teams, as demand for mobile apps is growing five times faster than IT can deliver. With the launch, Ionic Pro extends the power of the Framework to address the entire app lifecycle.

“The Ionic Framework has become popular with enterprise teams because they can target native mobile apps, as well as progressive web apps, all from a single codebase – using languages that are familiar to their in-house web developers,” said Max Lynch, co-founder and CEO of Ionic. “With Ionic Pro, we’re taking it even further by helping teams address the entire dev lifecycle – from design and testing, to tracking errors and shipping hot code updates.”

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First Fitbit OS update on Ionic adds new apps, more than 100 watch faces, and more

Fitbit is rolling out the first update to Fitbit OS since launching it on the Ionic two months back. The launch software was pretty bare bones, but the new version brings a ton of new apps and watch faces, along with performance improvements.

Here’s the changelog for the new update.

  • New apps from popular brands (including The New York Times, Uber, Yelp, and more) and developers across a variety of categories, such as Food & Drink, Games, Health & Fitness, Home and IOT, News, and Travel & Transit.

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Fitbit begins rolling out more apps & watchfaces for iPhone-connected Ionic smartwatch

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In tandem with a software update, Fitbit on Tuesday announced the addition of over 60 apps and 100 watchfaces for the Ionic, its competitor to the Apple Watch.
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Fitbit Ionic review: Not the smartest smartwatch

Fitbit started out making simple step counters that clipped on your pocket, but over time it added displays, exercise tracking, heart rate monitors, and more. Many of its rivals have changed their focus or simply gone out of business, but Fitbit is fast becoming a household name. The last few wrist-based Fitbit devices have been vaguely smartwatch-like, but the true Fitbit smartwatch has been elusive—until now. After acquiring some bits from the now-defunct Pebble, Fitbit has its very own smartwatch called the Ionic.

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First look: Fitbit guns for Apple Watch Series 3 with Ionic smartwatch

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Long rumored but now finally here, the Ionic is Fitbit’s first step beyond fitness trackers into full-fledged smartwatches, putting it in direct competition with the Apple Watch.
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Fitbit Ionic review: Good fitness tracker, passable smartwatch

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