Fitbit has just announced it has shipped more than one million Versa units since its market release
back in mid-April. Moreover, the company confirmed that more than 2.4
million users have used Fitbit's new female health tracking feature, which was launched last month.
Since female health tracking
was made available to Android users, Fitbit has offered an interesting infographic on how people made use of these features:
- More than 2.4 million users have added the feature to their Fitbit app
- 1.8 million users have added at least one period to the calendar
- More than 500,000 users have added two or more retrospective periods
- Nearly 700,000 users have logged one or more symptoms
The Versa doesn't use Google's Wear OS or Samsung's Tizen, but a proprietary Fitbit OS. Along with the achievements above, Fitbit says that more than 18,000 developers have joined its dev community and over 900 apps and clock faces have been built until now.
Fitbit Versa recently made its debut in the United States
where it sells for $199.95 at most retailers across the country. Also, a Fitbit Versa Special Edition, which comes with Fitbit Pay, is now available for purchase for $229.95 in a lavender woven band with rose gold aluminum case or charcoal woven band with graphite aluminum case.