NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Shares of Fitbit (FIT) - Get Report are lower by 0.13% to $11.86 in mid-afternoon trading on Tuesday even though many U.S. stocks are rallying today after two days of losses following the U.K.'s decision to leave the European Union.
Stocks are advancing amid optimism that lawmakers are committed to minimizing the fallout from Britain's vote, Bloomberg reports.
Separately, Wink Relay, a touchscreen home controller, announced integrations with Fitbit and Uber today, CNET reports.
Users of Relay will be able to see their progress toward daily step goals on the smart switch's home screen.
The new Fitbit integration works when a user downloads a new widget from Relay's home screen, PC Mag noted.
However, users will not yet be able to see calories burned, distance traveled or other fitness stats with this update.
Fitbit stock is down about 59.99% year-to-date.