The Fitbit ECG app is made up of the Fitbit ECG app on your Fitbit wrist-worn product and the Heart Rhythm Assessment, which is a section in the Fitbit app on your phone or tablet.
What is the Fitbit ECG?
The Fitbit ECG app is used to create and record an ECG when you take a 30-second reading on your Fitbit wrist-worn product. The Fitbit ECG app analyzes the recording and presents the results on your Fitbit wrist-worn product, and also allows you to view your results on your phone or tablet.
You can find the Fitbit ECG app data in the Heart Rhythm Assessment tile within the Assessments & Reports section in the Fitbit app. This tile is also use for onboarding, displaying past results, and exporting a PDF report.
The Fitbit app detect
The electrical sensors on your Fitbit wrist-worn product detect your heart rhythm. When you use the app, your heart rhythm data is analyze for signs of AFib. Only a doctor can diagnose AFib, but the results of the assessment can let you know if your heart rhythm has signs of the condition.
With AFib, your heart may not always beat irregularly, making it hard to detect even in the doctor’s office. While this assessment can’t diagnose AFib, you can use it right from your wrist. Your results can help you have a better conversation with your doctor.
Can I find the app?
You can find the app on your Fitbit wrist-worn product by swiping left on the screen (Charge 5 and Sense), by pressing the button (Sense 2), or by pressing the crown (Google Pixel Watch). The Heart Rhythm Assessment can be find within the Assessments & Reports section in the Fitbit app on your phone or tablet.
If you don’t have the Fitbit ECG app installed, see How do I install the app?
Note that the app is only available in select locations at this time. If you’re not in a supported location, you see the message below:
Additional countries will be add as regulatory clearance is obtain.