What does the Google-Fitbit deal mean for Wear OS?

Is Wear OS in trouble?

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34 thoughts on “What does the Google-Fitbit deal mean for Wear OS?

  1. I think they will co-exist. While at the same time Wear OS could improve on its fitness tracking capabilities now that they have insights into FitBit's system, software and hardware wise.

  2. I love my charge 4! I use it for fit bit pay, counting my steps and getting notifications from my phone. Its small, sleek and I stand apart from the apple watch crew.

  3. This is my honest opinion. I will be hated a lot for this, but the reason no gives a damn about this channel is that they don't make any proper videos. Look at their subscriber count. AA hasn't even grown 10k subs since more than 7 months. They make all these 4 minute videos, but, they rarely make 10 minute proper videos. Some people in the team are biased about certain products. Joshua Vergara was the first to realise that he was working for a stupid channel. Him leaving was no joke, and now even David Imel left. This was never a good channel. In the 8 year old video iPhone 5 vs Galaxy S3 drop test, the idiot who did the testing threw the S3 ruthlessly 3 times on its screen, and dropped the iPhone 5 gently on its corner and back. This channel is very old, that is why it is gaining subscribers so slowly

  4. I find it funny, but perhaps I'm wrong? Isn't the Newest Sense Fitbit's top spec device. or perhaps you said Versa 3 because most people only use that one? I'm really confused because the Sense (which I have) is superbly amazing. They finally managed to integrate Google Assistant into the wearable for Canada and it runs fantastic. Only small complaint is voice call feature, that you can tell was more of an afterthought addon.

  5. They could've done something great with Wear OS, but it's like taking something out of the refrigerator and forgetting you did that only to see that it's spoiled.

  6. Hey man do you know the app called touchpal I have it randomly installed apparently it's a nuisance it's not even allowed on the Play Store and Android doesn't really approve off it as well it won't let me force stop it I can't clear data or cache either any suggestions???

  7. My (unpopular) opinion: both OS on their own are shit. Wear OS on my LG G Watch R is slow, laggy. Sucks battery life like crazy (6h usage with very low display brightness). Fitbits OS is ok, but their Android App is garbage.

  8. I don't agree with these takes. Except for #3. I think they will coexist for a while and then Google will make WearOS better by using Qualcomm's better chip and take features from FitbitOS. Then, since WearOS is fixed, Google will make Pixel Watch. Then, Fitbit devices will stop being made, but still supported. And if you want a fitness tracker like the Fitbit Charge, then Google will make a Pixel Watch Lite. Pixel Watch, Pixel Watch Lite, and Pixel Watch Pro? Like they did with Nest.

  9. i know one plus is supposed to working with google on improving their wear os for their own smart watch thats supposed to be coming out so i don't think they will abandon wear os.

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  11. That's what Apple did with "Beats" to eradicate competition in the headphone market, and that's why they bought Beats before entering the headphone market, now Google's doing that to resurrect "WearOS". I say, really a smart move by multi-billion dollar companies to avoid competition.

  12. That's what Apple did with "Beats" to eradicate competition in the headphone market, and that's why they bought Beats before entering the headphone market, now Google's doing that to resurrect "WearOS". I say, really a smart move by multi-billion dollar companies to avoid competition.

  13. Dropcam cameras worked great. Nest bought them out and quality went down. Google bought Nest now that system is crap. I just bailed on using Fitbit after years.

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