Fitbit has been working on a new smartwatch app called Watch Spectrum for some time now.
It has an official name, but its real name is Watch Spectrum, and it allows users to watch the latest live TV content on the Blaze, Watch Sport and Run.
The Watch Spectrum app allows you to watch any of the Fitbits most popular content with a glance on the watch face.
For example, you can check out a show from your favorite channel like HBO or Netflix.
You can also choose to stream TV shows from any of your favorite channels, like ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, FOX, and many more.
You can even choose to watch a live broadcast of the channel or a pre-roll ad-free version of the show.
Watch Spectrum also lets you add favorites from your phone and set up personalized feeds that you can customize to fit your tastes.
You get the benefit of being able to search for a specific show on Watch Spectrum with a simple tap.
For instance, you could search for “ABC’s ‘Dancing with the Stars'” on the Watch Spectrum and you’d get a show like “ABC Live: Dancing with the Star Power,” which is a popular show that’s airing on the show’s channel.
You also can add the show to your Favorites list, which lets you search for it and add it to your favorites.
You’re also able to add TV shows to your My Shows list, and then use a search bar to filter by show title or by channel.
The My Shows app is also where you can find all of the other shows you’ve subscribed to on Watch.
The app has a nice interface with an intuitive user interface.
The watch face is actually made of two separate displays, but the one with the live TV channel in it is the most basic of all the watch faces.
It’s not much bigger than a regular watch face, so you won’t notice much difference from what you’re used to with the other screens.
However, the watch display is really small, so it doesn’t get in the way much if you’re wearing a bulky watch or if you have glasses.
The Blaze and Watch Sport both have a 4-inch display, while the Run and the Run+ run at a 5.7-inch screen.
The Blaze and Run+ have a 1080p display, but neither has a 720p screen.
Both have a circular display that gives the most accurate view of what you see.
The Stream app on the Run allows you see how the live stream is progressing and then can show you the next live show.
There’s also a new tab for when you’re trying to watch multiple shows at once, which is great if you want to watch TV from multiple locations at once.
The Run+ also has an app for watching live TV from different parts of the world.
There are two different ways to watch your favorite shows, and you can pick from a variety of sources including YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, and even some streaming services like Netflix.
The Watch Spectrum doesn’t have a Live TV tab.
For some of you who have already upgraded to the Watch Blaze, you’ll notice that you don’t have to install the Watch Live app or even a Watch Spectrum.
You’ll be able to watch content through the watch’s default app on any Android Wear device, and the Watch Stream app is the default for watching videos on the screen.
The most notable addition to Watch Spectrum is a new feature that allows you add a custom color scheme to your watch face based on what your device supports.
For the Run, you get a black watch face with white text on a black background.
For Watch Sport it gets a black, white, red, and blue watch face (and it has a small blue line around the edges).
There’s even a light blue color scheme for the blue and red version.
If you have a white watch face and a black one, you just get the blue one.
You get to choose which watch face you want for your watch, and for what color.
If both watch faces have the same color, the blue watch faces will be the default color, and vice versa.
This feature is called Color Picker.
The other notable addition is the ability to save your favorite watch faces to the watch screen.
When you select your favorite TV show, the app will ask you to pick the color you want.
This way you don:• Save your favorite watches to your phone or the Watch screen for later use• Add a custom watch face to your home screen for easy navigation when watching from different devices• Keep your favorite media apps and channels on the same screenSo far, the Watch Stars app has been available for a couple of weeks, but it has only recently been made available for download.
It is available for the following smartwatches: Fitbit, Samsung Galaxy S5, and LG G