Google Assistant voice controls will arrive on Fitbit gadgets very soon, as per another announcement from Google, permitting you to control your smart home while working out.

Numerous Fitbits as of now uphold Amazon Alexa, yet the as of late delivered Fitbit Sense and Fitbit Versa 3 are both set to get a Google-powered update sooner rather than later. Fitbit writes on its blog that it will supply the voice-activated Assistant head and shoulders when Fitbit 3s arrive, followed by the Fitbit Versa 3 for sure they say sometime in "the first half" of next year. Fitbit outlines the features you can expect from Google Assistant:

– Start new activities by asking "Start new activity. Why?" and recommend good activities for you to try. – Add a context to an activity by being prompted to watch an informational video. – Prevent overtraining by becoming alerted if you start running or taking an additional fitness challenge without first running it first. – Track your progress by bringing up a card and picking an activity from a list of your recent past activities. – Make a workout appointment by being prompted and having Assistant suggest a specific time. – Share activities via Facebook, messaging, email and other apps.

While the information comes with an 11 day timeframe for the launch of the Google Assistant services on Fitbit devices, it should be noted that Amazon's Assistant has been available on its e-commerce services on its Jawbone UP bands for some time now.

Update : Fitbit recently demonstrated a new fitness platform dubbed Accord that expands the current line of fitness bands to rent or buy—watchOS devoid of skins, of course. It told CNET that Accord is a curated pile-up of fitness apps featured on phone, tablet and PC.

When we had an opportunity to chat with Fitbit's vice president, Eric Migicovsky about various fitness bands and apps, he said:

Many of our clients are not programmers so it makes access to exercise tracking, fitness apps and options really easy because most of these products are connected to the Fitbit ecosystem. Fitness—especially visual activity—is considered to be the new way to lose weight and improve health and treatment of diseases. The solution lies in building mood-based fitness prospects to customize the courses and metrics you and others can follow.

Fitbit already has the strength to boast about the health of the wrist company's gadgets, as the a growing indications that Android Wear is far from being the king. Indeed, the smartwatches face competition from Apple's Watch iOS, these devices which route copious quantities of data through the built-inBand app, as well as Track Now and Healthkit from Apple. Incidentally, help to achieve this goal comes in the form of the newfound iPhone technology for Apple Watch which helps in connecting and merging its wearable with iOS and iMessage.