The problem meant users were unable to load and install apps, as well as watch faces on the two smartwatches. We experienced issues trying to sync new watch faces to our Versa and were actually stuck with a watch face where the trial period had expired and we couldn't replace it.
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A page on the Fitbit community forum had been set up where users shared their frustrations with the syncing issues. Fitbit says it has sorted it all out and since the fix has been issued, it has been back to normal on our Versa and Ionic smartwatches.
Fitbit released the following statement to confirm it had resolved the matter:
"We have rolled out a fix and all Fitbit Versa and Fitbit Ionic users should now be able to use their devices normally. We will continue to monitor the situation and apologize to our customers for any inconvenience this caused."
Outages do happen and we're sure it won't be the last time that the Fitbit platform encounters some teething issues. Hopefully it won't be a regular occurrence and, hey, at least Fitbit was quick to resolve the matter when it realised it wasn't an isolated issue.
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