The Pixel Watch, Google’s first Wear OS smartwatch, supports nearly all the features found on other top smartwatches on the market. It tracks your heart rate, exercises, steps, blood oxygen levels, and more using a variety of inbuilt sensors. However, some of these capabilities rely on the Fitbit app. As an illustration, the Pixel Watch supports sleep monitoring, but you must configure it in the Fitbit app to access information about your sleep patterns and quality.
Set up the Pixel Watch to track sleep: You must first link your Pixel Watch to your Fitbit account in order to configure sleep monitoring on the wristwatch. Directly on the watch is another option.
- Press the crown.
- Tap Fitbit Today.
- Log in with your credentials.
You must download the Fitbit app to your phone if you don’t already have one.
- Set up a new account by following the on-screen instructions.
- After setting up your account, you can connect your Pixel Watch to the Fitbit app by using the Set up a Device option.
Your Pixel Watch may now be used to track your sleep. You can control your bedtime reminders, create sleep goals, and track your sleep stages with the Fitbit app. However, for sleep tracking to function as intended, you must make sure your Pixel Watch has at least 30% battery life left when you go to bed. When you wake up, you may check the Fitbit app on your phone to see the statistics you recorded while you slept.
Your time spent sleeping will be broken down into Light Sleep, Deep Sleep, and REM Sleep on the Fitbit app. Additionally, it will display benchmarks for different sleep stages based on a comparison of your 30-day average and the previous night’s sleep data. Additionally, the app will document daytime naps that last at least an hour and offer Sleep Insights to support you in getting better sleep for improved overall health. It should be noted that the Fitbit app also provides a Detailed sleep analysis tool, but in order to utilize it, you must be a Fitbit Premium member.
For Android users, this first timepiece to bear the Google Pixel moniker has a lot to offer. While there isn’t much to support its high price, we discovered in our review that it works well with Wear OS, has excellent watch faces preloaded, and can do just about anything other smartwatches do owing to the Fitbit app. The Fitbit app will be where you do most of your tracking with the Pixel Watch, including tracking your sleep. Just be aware that a lot of it, like stress management and other in-depth analyses, requires a Fitbit Premium subscription.
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