Google’s fitness and health platform Google Fit app has arrived on Google Play Store. Announced at Google’s I/O conference in June, the platform will aggregate and collect your fitness data at one place.
Google Fit uses sensors already built in to your Android phone to automatically detect walking, biking and running. And you can set and monitor your fitness goals based on your activity levels. It’s a great tool to discover how active you are and check in on your progress as you work on your fitness goals.
Sabrina Ellis, Director, Product Management, Android posted on Google blog post.
The Fit app will display data from any third-party service that uses the Fit API, which includes the Fit app on Android Wear devices and fitness trackers from Runtastic, Runkeeper, Noom Coach and so on. Google Fit which is touted as Google’s answer to Apple’s Healthkit, also has a web-based destination at Google.com/fit.
The Google Fit app is available Android devices 4.0 and higher. You can download it from Google Play Store.