Digital watches and digital ads are becoming increasingly popular, as digital watch companies such as Garmin and Polar continue to improve their offerings and offer customers more choices.
Digital watch manufacturers such as Polar and Garmin, meanwhile, have been increasingly aggressive in promoting their offerings, with the Polar Connect watch making its way into the top 10 best-selling digital watches in the U.S. in 2016, according to Nielsen.
But some observers are worried about the potential for the “big three” of digital watch manufacturers to be swallowed up by larger competitors such as Apple, Google and Samsung, which dominate the mobile watch market.
For example, Google has made a push into the smartphone market, with its Nexus 7 phone and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
In the smartphone space, Apple is making a push with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
And Samsung has begun expanding its smartwatch offerings with the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S9.
For many watch enthusiasts, the prospect of competing with such brands is a bit too enticing.
For instance, many watch lovers are already in the process of purchasing their first Apple Watch or Samsung Galaxy S6.
But there’s another side to the story: Digital watches have a lot to offer that’s more than simply providing the functionality and a convenient watch face.
Many people, for instance, use the watch to help manage their sleep, and it can also help keep tabs on their health, which can be especially important for older people, who have a higher risk for heart disease and stroke.
For those who want a digital watch that’s not just a watch face, there are a number of options available.
The most common digital watch faces available today are designed to be worn in conjunction with a smartwatch.
In addition to Google’s Google Glass smartwatch, Pebble has made several wearable watches with Google Glass functionality.
The Pebble Time series is one of the best-known smartwatches available today, and many smartwares come with Google Fit functionality, making them the perfect platform for tracking a digital health tracking.
As with any new product, there’s a bit of an adjustment period when choosing a smartwearing option.
Some smartwear companies like Polar and Samsung have been aggressively promoting their watches, offering features such as heart rate monitoring, sleep tracking and even a smartphone app to help you track your activity.
But it can be a challenge to decide which smartwatch is best for you.
For one thing, many of the smartwands available today have a relatively small screen and have a fairly limited range of functions.
In some cases, there is also a limited number of bands available to purchase.
In many cases, smartwears can be difficult to adjust to your needs, and can have a negative impact on your overall fitness.
But even if you’re not an avid fitness fan, you can always use a smart watch to get some extra fitness information, and to track your workouts.
For this reason, we’ve put together a list of the top 5 most popular fitness tracking apps for Android and Apple Watch devices that we think you’ll find useful for tracking your exercise and weight loss.