Xiaomi recently unveiled its Mi Band 5 to the global market. The Mi Band 5 and even its predecessor, the Mi Band 4, make use of the company’s Mi Fit app in order to synchronize with the devices for various purposes. Lately, the Mi Fit app has been updated to a new build, which brings about some new features to the Mi Band 5 and the Mi Band 4. The new version of the Mi Fit app is already available on majority of app stores, including the Google Play Store, of course. iOS devices, however, might still have to wait for a little more, as the update has not yet reached the Apple App Store. Nevertheless, take a look at the latest Mi Fit app update and find out what changes it has brought about for the Mi Band 5 and the Mi Band 4.
Mi Fit 4.4.0 brings about new features to the Mi Band 5 and Mi Band 4
The latest version of the Mi Fit app, which comes with the build number Mi Fit 4.4.0, comes with features like battery percentage indicator in the Mi Band 5 and Band 4. Especially on the Mi Band 5, the latest update adds a motion detection feature, which can automatically detect the current state. Plus, it has added the ability to set the dial switch as well. Lastly, the latest Mi Fit 4.4.0 comes with several bug fixes and optimizations.
As for the Mi Band 4 and Mi Band 5 are concerned, the Mi Band 4 retails at an asking price of $24 and has sold more than 1 million times in the world. The Mi Band 5, its successor, was launched back in June and has a dynamic dial, magnetic charging support, a pretty long-lasting battery life, sleep monitoring, various sports modes, heart rate tracking, and more. To learn more about the Mi Band 5, you can head to our previous coverage for the same.
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