How We Test Fitness Trackers

If you want to get healthy, a fitness tracker can help. Here at PCMag, we put them through vigorous testing to see which ones are up to the challenge.

Misfit Path

The Misfit Path is a chic smartwatch with traditional analog styling for casual users with an eye for fashion.

Huawei Band 2 Pro

Huawei's Band 2 Pro fitness tracker offers a lot for the price, but it suffers from inaccurate data readings.

Garmin Vivosport

The Garmin Vivosport costs a little more than other sports band-style fitness trackers, but makes up for it in features and functionality.

Garmin Vivomove HR

Garmin's Vivomove HR is a beautiful analog watch first and a smart fitness tracker with a heart rate sensor second.

This Tracker Helps New Moms Take Care of Themselves

Project Nursery's Parent + Baby Smartband is part baby tracker, part fitness tracker, and it was a great help during my pregnancy last year.

Fitbit Extends Pebble Support Through June 2018

After June 30, Pebble devices and mobile apps will continue to work, but key features and services will shut down, including the Pebble app store and voice recognition.

The Best Waterproof Fitness Trackers of 2018

Count your laps with a fitness tracker you can wear in the pool.

The Best Fitness Trackers of 2018

More singularly focused than smartwatches, dedicated activity trackers can help you move more, sleep better, and improve your overall health. Here's what you need to know to find the right device, along with the top-rated bands, clips, and watches we've tested.

Samsung Gear Sport

The Samsung Gear Sport is a Tizen-based smartwatch with a fitness focus that gives Android Wear a run for its money.


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