Getting active and healthy becomes more fun and motivating with the first-ever Bitmoji smartwatch clock face that dynamically updates throughout the day based on personal health and fitness data, activity, time of day, and weather.
The Bitmoji smartwatch clock face was developed through the partnership of Fitbit and Snap, Inc., the company behind Snapchat.
Bitmoji character changes based on what the smartwatch wearer’s doing, time of day, weather, and personal stats tracked by the device and synced within the Fitbit App.
There are more than 50 Bitmoji clock face variations of the Bitmojis, including: Waving hello to start your day; Dancing with your alarm clock when it’s time to rise and shine; Throwing confetti after you crush your daily step goal; Relaxing when you’ve binged too many of your favorite shows; Meditating when you’re totally relaxed and zen; On the treadmill after a great run; Becoming an avocado when you log food; Carrying an umbrella when there’s a chance of rain so you don’t get caught in a downpour; and Sleep walking when it’s time to catch some Zzs; among others.
“Giving our users experiences that are personalized, engaging, and delightful is at the core of what we do at Fitbit,” said Tim Rosa, chief marketing officer of Fitbit.
Rosa continued, “We’re thrilled to partner with Snap to give our millions of users around the globe a creative, shareable depiction of their health and fitness progress through this imaginative concept. The Fitbit x Bitmoji dynamic clock face is the collective result from both Fitbit and Snap teams, to create a new way to help motivate people to be healthier and have lots of fun doing it.”
The Bitmoji clock face is now available for download in the Fitbit App Gallery on the following Fitbit smartwatches: Fitbit Versa, Fitbit Versa Special Edition, Fitbit Ionic, and Fitbit Ionic: adidas Edition.
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