The Google Arts & Culture Clock Face for Fitbit is a visually unique and stunning smartwatch experience that evolves over time and brings joy every day.
Fitbit has partnered with the team at Google Arts & Culture, which aims to preserve—and make more accessible—the world’s art and culture. Together, they’ve brought a loving collection of artwork and photos from the world’s leading cultural institutions and artists directly to Fitbit smartwatches.
Learn more about the collection, which includes famous masterpieces and thought-provoking cultural delights.
How does it work?
Once installed, the watch face automatically updates daily with a new artwork piece or photo from the collection.
The watch face displays the current time and by tapping the screen, people can cycle through various metrics and statistics, such as: date, step count, heart rate, active zone minutes, floors climbed or artwork titles.
By tapping the Google Arts & Culture icon, the user is presented with brief information about the day’s artwork, along with a button to view the full-size image on the Google Arts & Culture website on their mobile phone.
If you have a compatible Fitbit smartwatch, such as the Versa 3, Versa 4, Sense, or Sense 2, you can find the Google Arts & Culture watch in the Fitbit app gallery. Don’t have a smartwatch? Find one at Fitbit.com.
To discover more about the work produced by Google Arts & Culture, or to browse their extensive collection of artwork, visit their website.
This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for medical diagnosis or treatment. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or condition. Always check with your doctor before changing your diet, changing your sleeping habits, taking supplements, or starting a new fitness routine.