Even though its highest-end device was voluntarily recalled for causing skin irritation, Fitbit managed to increase its market share by 3 percent, according to a recent report on fitness trackers by NPD.The report mentions that the market share for Fi
I think a lot of people stop wearing fitness trackers because they are usually only used for that one purpose. I have one of the FitBit Forces that were recalled (never caused me issues) and I like it because of the simple fact that it is also a digital watch. So it had more than one purpose, its a a small slim watch that is a fitness tracker. I don't have to go pulling my LG G2 out of my pocket every time I want to see what time it is. If it didnt have the watch feature I might not have kept wearing it.
I checked out the Samsung getfit the other day, that is a nice device and was amazingly light. I just don't want to pay the price for something like that. It has to be less than $150 before I will shell money out for an accessory to go with my phone.
I have been looking at these devices myself, but I want to know that the fine print in the EULA's state. My personal information should not be sold or sent to third parties because I chose to use their device... etc.....