How to Play Music on a Fitbit Versa Smart Watch

Introduction

The Fitbit Versa and Fitbit Versa 2 offer some storage space to put your favorite playlist or podcasts to enjoy on your workout, allowing you to leave your phone at home.
Before You Begin:
Fitbit Watch Setup
You must have your Fitbit Versa watch setup and ready to use.
Fitbit App On Your Computer
To get music on your Fitbit Versa, you will need to have the Fitbit app setup on your computer.
Fitbit Versa Connected to WiFi
You will need to have your Fitbit Versa connected to WiFi to transfer music from your computer to your watch.
Connect Headset to Fitbit Versa
Once music is on your watch, you will need to use a Bluetooth headset to listen to it.
Fitbit Versa 2

Compatible Music Apps and Services

You can use certain music services to help find music to download to your Fitbit Versa.

These are paid-for music services, and not required in any way to copy music you already have to your Fitbit Versa.
Deezer
DeezerDeezer is a French music streaming service that offers downloads as part of their premium package.

You must have a Premium account to use Deezer with your Fitbit Versa.
Pandora
PandoraAn American music streaming and recommendation service with the ability to create playlists.

You must have a Premium account to use Pandora with your Fitbit Versa.

1 Transfer Music Files to the Versa

On Your Computer

  1. Open the Fitbit App on your computer.
    Fitbit
  2. Select Manage My Music.
    If prompted, log into your Fitbit account.

On your Fitbit Versa

  1. Connect your watch to the charging cradle.
    Because WiFi uses a lot of power and your Fitbit Versa watch is so small, it will quickly drain the battery and may disconnect during the transfer.
  2. Open the Music App, and select Transfer Music.
    Fitbit Versa Music App
    Fitbit Versa Music App with Transfer Music highlighted.
    It can take a minute or more for your watch to connect and be ready to transfer.

On Your Computer

  1. Follow the instructions on screen to choose the playlists and songs you want to download to your watch.

2 Listen to Music on the Versa

  1. Connect your Bluetooth headset to your Fitbit Versa.
    Connect Headset to Fitbit Versa
    Once music is on your watch, you will need to use a Bluetooth headset to listen to it.
  2. Open the Music app on your Fitbit Versa.
    Fitbit Versa Music App
  3. Select a track you'd like to listen to, then select Play.
    Play

3 How to Delete Music from Your Fitbit Versa

On Your Computer

  1. Open the Fitbit App on your computer.
    Fitbit
  2. Select Manage My Music.
    If prompted, log into your Fitbit account.

On your Fitbit Versa

  1. Connect your watch to the charging cradle.
    Because WiFi uses a lot of power and your Fitbit Versa watch is so small, it will quickly drain the battery and may disconnect during the transfer.
  2. Open the Music App, and select Transfer Music.
    Fitbit Versa Music App
    Fitbit Versa Music App with Transfer Music highlighted.
    It can take a minute or more for your watch to connect and be ready to transfer.

On Your Computer

  1. Place a check mark next to the playlists or tracks you do not want on your watch.
  2. Select Delete.

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The Fitbit Versa and Fitbit Versa 2 offer some storage space to put your favorite playlist or podcasts to enjoy on your workout, allowing you to leave your phone at home.
Before You Begin:
Fitbit Watch Setup
You must have your Fitbit Versa watch setup and ready to use.
Fitbit App On Your Computer
To get music on your Fitbit Versa, you will need to have the Fitbit app setup on your computer.
Fitbit Versa Connected to WiFi
You will need to have your Fitbit Versa connected to WiFi to transfer music from your computer to your watch.
Connect Headset to Fitbit Versa
Once music is on your watch, you will need to use a Bluetooth headset to listen to it.
Fitbit Versa 2

Compatible Music Apps and Services

You can use certain music services to help find music to download to your Fitbit Versa.

These are paid-for music services, and not required in any way to copy music you already have to your Fitbit Versa.
Deezer
DeezerDeezer is a French music streaming service that offers downloads as part of their premium package.

You must have a Premium account to use Deezer with your Fitbit Versa.
Pandora
PandoraAn American music streaming and recommendation service with the ability to create playlists.

You must have a Premium account to use Pandora with your Fitbit Versa.

On Your Computer

  1. Open the Fitbit App on your computer.
    Fitbit
  2. Select Manage My Music.
    If prompted, log into your Fitbit account.

On your Fitbit Versa

  1. Connect your watch to the charging cradle.
    Because WiFi uses a lot of power and your Fitbit Versa watch is so small, it will quickly drain the battery and may disconnect during the transfer.
  2. Open the Music App, and select Transfer Music.
    Fitbit Versa Music App
    Fitbit Versa Music App with Transfer Music highlighted.
    It can take a minute or more for your watch to connect and be ready to transfer.

On Your Computer

  1. Follow the instructions on screen to choose the playlists and songs you want to download to your watch.
  1. Connect your Bluetooth headset to your Fitbit Versa.
    Connect Headset to Fitbit Versa
    Once music is on your watch, you will need to use a Bluetooth headset to listen to it.
  2. Open the Music app on your Fitbit Versa.
    Fitbit Versa Music App
  3. Select a track you'd like to listen to, then select Play.
    Play

On Your Computer

  1. Open the Fitbit App on your computer.
    Fitbit
  2. Select Manage My Music.
    If prompted, log into your Fitbit account.

On your Fitbit Versa

  1. Connect your watch to the charging cradle.
    Because WiFi uses a lot of power and your Fitbit Versa watch is so small, it will quickly drain the battery and may disconnect during the transfer.
  2. Open the Music App, and select Transfer Music.
    Fitbit Versa Music App
    Fitbit Versa Music App with Transfer Music highlighted.
    It can take a minute or more for your watch to connect and be ready to transfer.

On Your Computer

  1. Place a check mark next to the playlists or tracks you do not want on your watch.
  2. Select Delete.
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