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Google Fit app lands in the Play Store

Google Fit has arrived in the Play Store. The app is meant to be the central repository for all your fitness-related data. It automatically detects whether you’re walking, biking, or running.

It lets you set and monitor fitness goals based on your activity levels, and it can be connected to other apps too – Strava, Withings, Runtastic, Runkeeper, and Noom Coach being name dropped by Google in its official announcement.

All of the information from those apps will be available inside Google Fit too, so you won’t need to check a few different apps for different types of data. Google Fit will also give you performance-based recommendations for your activity goals.

Google Fit is compatible with Android Wear smartwatches, and there’s a Web-based version of the app at On Android, it works regardless of device, on phones and tablets alike.



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