Your Fitbit can’t tell when you’re angry yet, but it may soon know when your blood pressure spikes
Fitbit has been expanding the range of its tracking sensors since well before its acquisition by Google. Just last month, the company added support for monitoring blood oxygen saturation and skin temperature to the Charge 4, but now it’s looking to expand beyond surface-level information. In an effort to combat high blood pressure, Fitbit is launching a study to determine if its devices can track changes in your heart, right from your wrist.
Your Fitbit can’t tell when you’re angry yet, but it may soon know when your blood pressure spikes was written by the awesome team at Android Police.