Do you snore while sleeping? Know it with Fitbit Sleep Tracker
Fitbit and smartwatch users know that their sleep tracking facility was only limited to measure sleep pattern along with other things. Here's what new features are supposed to roll out.
Fitbit feature launches new updates along with its old ones. As per the report in 9to5Google, Fitbit is coming up with new sleep tracking features. Here's what you should know about.
First up is Snore and Noise level detection. When you go to sleep, Fitbit picks up the ambient noise, detects your smoring, and analyses the noise level. It will calculate whether you are snoring or some other background noise. The report also mentioned that the room shouldn't have other loud noises to work this feature properly.
According to the report, the Fitbit device will have three levels, None to mild (this means a user was snoring for less than 10% during the total sleep time), Moderate (20-40%) and Frequent (which means the user snored more than 40% during the sleeping time). You need to understand that Fitbit picks the ambient noise, so it can be you or your partner's snoring analysis.
Fitbit device depends on the charge, and the smartwatch company suggests that you should keep your watch charged above 40% before you go off to sleep.
Though this feature hasn't reached every Fitbit user, it has been rolled out in the Fitbit app version of 3.42.