Google has finally taken the wraps off Google Fit, which lets you track your fitness data conveniently. Although Fit was officially shown back during the I/O event in June, it has taken until now for Google to officially bring it to devices. The app also works with Android Wear smartwatches. However, some users are claiming that the app resets the step counter on your Android Wear device after syncing, so be wary of that.
Apart from that, the app is pretty neat and lets you add your height, weight and other data manually to properly track growth overtime. If you’re not tracking a run or workout through the app, you can add it manually as well if you choose to. Compatibility wise, the app works with every device running Android 4.0 and up, although the UI looks a lot better on Android 5.0 Lollipop.
Google Fit neatly arranges your fitness data and spreads them out in graphs to tell you about areas of improvement. It’s pretty much what most fitness enthusiasts on Android have been waiting for and it’s good to know that it’s finally live. Make sure you give the app a try from the link below and share your thoughts.
Source: Google Play Store
Via: Android Police