Wearable device maker Misfit on Thursday unveiled new color options for its Shine 2 and Ray fitness trackers, the latter of which is slated to arrive at Apple's retail stores this fall in Apple-inspired colors.
Misfit on Wednesday revealed another new fitness tracker, the Specter, in this case knocking two birds with one stone by merging the technology with a set of in-ear headphones. Withings meanwhile announced the Go, a tracker with up to eight months of battery life.
Fitbit on Tuesday announced the Blaze, its first-ever fitness tracker with a color touchscreen, while Misfit continued its alternative approach by introducing the ultra-compact Ray, further expanding the landscape of iPhone-connected wearable devices.
People who swim for fitness or competition will have a new option for tracking their progress some Sept. 1, when the Speedo Shine swim tracker — a collaboration between wearables firm Misfit and swimwear brand Speedo — will hit Apple Store shelves.
Misfit on Thursday announced price drops for its existing fitness wearables — Shine and Flash — to make way for a new model called the Flash Link, and breathed life into older Flash models with the new Misfit Link app for iOS.
Activity tracker maker Misfit on Thursday announced a new workout app for the Apple Watch, Misfit Minute, while Algoriddim revealed a Watch app of its own — enabling basic mixing functions for djay 2 — and updated djay Pro for the Mac with live video support.