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Fitbit Versa Users Guide: Quick and Easy Ways to Master Fitbit Versa and Troubleshoot Common Problems

Fitbit Versa Users Guide: Quick and Easy Ways to Master Fitbit Versa and Troubleshoot Common Problems


Fitbit Versa Users Guide: Quick and Easy Ways to Master Fitbit Versa and Troubleshoot Common Problems

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177 pages
30 minutes
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Mar 18, 2019
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Do you have a Fitbit Versa Watch or any other Fitbit tracker, but you don't know how to make the most of it? The truth is, there is a lot of secret that can optimize your Fitbit Versa experience.


The Fitbit Versa is ultimately the best smartwatch you can buy. It tracks similar health metrics (calories burned, steps taken, heart rate), and unlike the Apple watch, it is compatible with both android and iOS device. Fitness tracking is the number one reason to invest in a smartwatch, and the Versa is known for that.


However, with all the features and functionalities of this smartwatch, one thing is complicated in the heart of the owners, which is, how do I use the smartwatch? What is the best way to get the most out of this? Well, you are about to find out. Everything that you need to know about the Fitbit Versa and other related device is included in this; along with simplified tips and tricks to better help you understand how to use this. One thing is certain, by the end of this book, you will know exactly how to use you Fitbit Versa like a pro.

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Mar 18, 2019
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Fitbit Versa Users Guide - Daniel Cole

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Introduction

For the past couple of years, Fitbit has flirted with making a smartwatch to compete with the Apple Watch, Pebble, and Samsung. But, until recently, the company had always stopped short of calling one of its products a smartwatch.

The Versa isn't Fitbit's first watch-like device, but it is the first one that looks like a watch. Previous products like the Surge, Blaze, or even the Ionic looked more like an activity tracker than a watch. Boxy designs do not lend themselves to a svelte looking watch.

With the Versa, the company focused on creating a watch that was more appealing to the overall market, instead of fitness enthusiasts first.

The end results is a watch that reminds me a lot of the Pebble Time 2 (Fitbit acquired Pebble in late 2016), with rounded edges and corners. According to Fitbit, however, the Versa's design was something that came before the Pebble acquisition and the similarities are merely coincidental.

The watch itself has a display that measures 1.34 inches. With the goal of making a watch that appeals to male and female users, the Versa's size is slightly smaller than the 42mm Apple Watch.

The Versa has a total of three physical buttons: A single button on the left side, and two on the right side. The buttons are used to navigate the watch's interface or act as shortcuts to apps and settings when long-pressed.

The color touchscreen is responsive when using gestures to scroll through notifications or rearrange installed apps. On the bottom of the watch is the charging port that works in tandem with the included cradle to charge the Versa in roughly two hours. Also on the underside is the necessary sensor for heart rate

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