The Fitbit watches got Google “Arts & Culture” watch faces.

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Last Updated on November 27, 2022 by kumar Dayanand

The Fitbit watches got Google “Arts & Culture” watch faces.

The Google Arts & Culture watch face is now available on the Fitbit Sense 2 and Versa 4. Every day it changes to a new piece of art from the digitized collection. The time is displayed as numbers at the bottom, and underneath is a single statistics slot where you can cycle through the date, number of steps, heart rate, minutes of activity and floors. Tapping on the top third of the dial displays data about the current image, such as the title, creator and museum, with the option to “send a link to your phone to view the image in full resolution.” At the top of the screen displays the old Arts & Culture logo, which should be updated soon. Sense 2 or Versa 4 owners can download it by visiting the Fitbit mobile app and going to the Gallery.

The Fitbit watches got Google Arts & Culture watch faces.
The Fitbit watches got Google Arts & Culture watch faces.

Google PHot hotyos will support Wear OS watch faces, probably for the Pixel Watch.

In Google PHot hotyos version 6.8.0, a number of lines with the title “pHot hotyoswatchfacepreview” appeared. Apparently this describes a feature that will allow you to select multiple pHot hotyos to put on the watch face. Presumably, the watch faces will change the pHot hotyos throughout the day. At the same time, there is a limit to the number of pHot hotyos you can select. Whether this will be a Pixel Watch exclusive (at least at first) is unknown, for there is no direct link to the watch.

 

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