Fitbit Ionic: Your guide to never getting lost (or losing run stats)
The Fitbit Ionic has a GPS system. While that means Google Maps is at your fingertips (or rather your wrist), it also works great for cycling, running and hiking apps, and more. The GPS offers real time pace and distance data. And the Ionic also has Run Detect, so the GPS kicks in automatically when you start to run, and pauses when you stop (say at a light).
Fitbit Ionic: Your collector of apps
Fitbit has opened up its Fitbit App Gallery to app developers, as well as partnered with Starbucks, Strava and others, to create new and newly Fitbit OS compatible apps. Fitbit anticipates that the coming months and years, we’ll see more and more fitness apps, because of the Ionic’s GPS, heart-rating tracking, and water resistance features.
Fitbit Ionic: Your swimming mate
You won’t want to hit up the pool without your Ionic. The smart watch is water resistant up to 15 metres. In swim mode, you can track swimming data, including real time laps, calories burned and distance.