Ok, I am proud to share that I have loss 3kg after I have been actively running, almost daily.
With that good news, FitBit issued an update to iOS devices with its new feature, which you can now log your exercise, but only limited to Run, Walk & Hike. You can not add anything else, such as cycling.
I have been logging all my exercises – mainly run & walk.
For in door with poor GPS reception, more so running on the treadmill, the reading would be highly inaccurate.
I ran for 3.2km, FitBit logged 1.1km.
So, you got what I mean, it relies on the GPS to get this distant calculated.
But overall it is a nice addition to the iOS app.
You can also configure the following:-
1. Alert on how far you have gone, status of like how far you are from the next 1km.
2. Music control from the FitBit app, instead of from Apple Music or Spotify. This is useful if you have the screen on at all time. However, I find this rather redundant. When one is running, do you need the screen to stay on?
For Android, one gotta wait longer as it is only coming later. Well, maybe more iOS users using FitBit than Android. Perhaps.