Fitbits, Jawbone and Apple Watch are the most popular fitness trackers for Apple Watch users, according to a new survey.
The survey, conducted by YouGov for The Independent, found the Apple Watch was the most trusted device for tracking health, fitness and sleep.
YouGov polled 1,000 adults from November 5 to 8 and found that Apple Watch usage was the top choice for tracking exercise and exercise related goals.
The company’s fitness trackable app, iHeartMedia Fit, had a strong lead over Fitbit’s trackable fitness app, Apple Watch’s heart rate app, and Jawbone’s Fitbit Surge, with an overall lead of 29 per cent.
You are also more likely to trust Jawbone Fitbit with tracking a health goal when the device was running, while the other three devices were more likely than not to use Apple Watch when tracking a sleep goal.
The survey also found that both Jawbone Watch and Apple Fit tracked heart rate and sleep best, while Jawbone did not track sleep.
Apple Watch also did better in tracking exercise goals, and was more likely the device that would be used to track a sleep objective.
Apple Watch had the lowest usage rate in the category of sleep tracking, with just 14 per cent of respondents choosing to use the wearable device when the question was asked.
Apple did better when asked about tracking exercise.
The company was the second-most frequent choice for using Apple Watch for sleep tracking in the survey, with 30 per cent saying they use the Apple watch regularly to track sleep or exercise goals.
Jawbone Fit was the least likely device to track exercise goals in the exercise category, with only 19 per cent choosing to do so.
You were more than twice as likely to use Jawbone when tracking exercise than Apple Watch, with a 28 per cent usage rate.
The top-selling Apple Watch is the AppleWatch 3, which is currently available in a number of markets and is available in both stainless steel and gold.
The Apple Watch 3 is priced at £350 and is now available to pre-order on Amazon for £299.