Fitbit's first true smartwatch, the Versa ($ 179 at Amazon) does more than just count your steps or track your sleep. Fitbit's Versa rivals the Apple Watch, with its own mobile app store, a variety of watch faces to choose from and even mobile payments.
Most recently, Fitbit OS 3.0 was released for the Versa, adding an improved health dashboard, and a handful of new workout apps.
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Unboxing the Fitbit Versa
Use the physical buttons . There are three buttons on the Versa. The left button acts as a back button when viewing an app. A long-press of the left button also opens the quick settings screen where you'll find music controls, Fitbit Pay on the special edition Versa and quick toggles for auto-wake and notifications.
From the watch face, a press of the top-right button will launch the top-left app in the app though. A long-press of the same button reveals your notifications. Press the bottom-right button to start the app located in the lower-left corner of the app.
Or gestures . Buttons are only one way to navigate Fitbit OS – the other being on the Versa's touchscreen.
Below are the core gestures you will need to know, all of which are used from the watch face:
Swipe up Swipe down: Reveals notifications
Swipe left: View app dock
Swiping to the right on the watch face does nothing.