Fitbit announced the immediate availability of its new Fitbit One health and fitness tracker on Tuesday. The new version can sync data to your iPhone via Bluetooth instead of only syncing with your computer, and also adds vibrating alarms to its sleep tracking feature.
Fitbit One supports Bluetooth 4.0 syncing with iOS devices
The Fitbit One is smaller than the popular Fitbit Ultra, includes a built-in rechargeable battery, tracks tracks steps taken, distance travelled, calories burned, floors climbed and sleep quality, and is water and perspiration resistant. It also sports a built-in clock and alarm that vibrates to wake users up.
The health and fitness tracker's wireless syncing requires Bluetooth 4.0, which is available on the iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, third and fourth generation iPad, as well as the fifth generation iPod touch.
Fitbit One users can track their activities and progress over time through the their free online Fitbit account, can share their data with friends, and can post their progress to social networking sites like Twitter.
The Fitbit app for iOS is free and is available at Apple's iTunes-based App Store. The Fitbit One is priced at US$99.95.