Fitbit announced two new personal fitness trackers on Monday: Fitbit One and Fitbit Zip. Both work as pedometers to track your steps and distance traveled, and they offer Bluetooth sync support with Apple's iPhone -- a feature Fitbit users have been begging for.
Fitbit One Syncs Wirelessly with your iPhone
The Fitbit One, like the Fitbit Ultra, tracks your daily steps, how far you've walked, the flights of stairs you've climbed, calories burned, and tracks your sleep patterns. The One also includes a silent alarm feature that vibrates to wake up users slowly.
The Fitbit Zip offers a trimmed down feature set since it doesn't track flights of stairs climbed or sleep patterns -- and instead of a built-in rechargeable battery, the Zip uses replaceable watch batteries.
Fitbit Zip: FItbit's New Low-cost Fitness Tracker
The Fitbit One and Fitbit Zip can sync via Bluetooth 4.0 with the iPhone 4S, iPhone 5 and third generation iPad. Like the Fitbit Ultra, the new models also sync wirelessly with your Mac.