Fitness trackers of Jawbone now passively will monitor your pulse
Four months after the debut of the latest fitness tracker, Jawbone announced several improvements on them and their predecessors. Jawbone Up3 and Up4, which have a pulse sensor will now measure your pulse passive, that will make periodic measurements within the day. Until now the two devices measure the pulse of the owners only once at the beginning of the day. Periodic measurements give a more complete picture of your health and can show abrupt changes due to stress or illness.
Furthermore, two bracelets will automatically go into standby mode when you go to bed. Before the trackers needed to double tap on them to understand that they need to sleep. Jawbone Up3 will now be available in 4 different colors, and the lower class Tracker Up2, which does not have a pulse sensor, there will be in six color variations and thinner strap.