Google Fit

Google Fit

Google's software support for integrating fitness and health-related functions in Android wearable devices. Introduced in 2014, the Android Google Fit app is a central hub that collects data from the phone's sensors, Android Wear devices and supported fitness trackers. Fit is the Google counterpart of Apple's HealthKit platform. See fitness tracker and Android Wear.
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Furthermore, Cobi's data syncs with Apple Health and Google Fit, which would allow you to merge your existing fitness data to your biking ones.
Another is Google Fit with the updates over the individual fitness tracking and monitoring applications and the enhanced interface for the Notification view with battery optimization which will be enhancing to develop more advanced apps based on the updated features.
EeA[cedilla] Google Fit App: This app enables the users to keep a track of their physical activities.
0 also comes with an improved fitness features thanks to the new Google Fit app.
The Perfect Blend app offers meal planning tools, portions individual servings to the user's desired number of calories, and even sends calorie and other nutritional data to popular fitness apps via Apple Health or Google Fit.
Yet the Swiss watchmaker's new Connected version links to Android (an iOS version is also available), and connects to apps like Google Fit, RaceChrono Pro, Google Weather, Google Translate, Google Maps, GolfShot and more.
Wearable Android: Android Wear & Google Fit App Development
GOOGLE FIT: Free/ Android Capable of tracking your walk, run or even cycling, the Google Fit app works across your phone, computer or even an Android Wear smart device.
Able to sync with wearable trackers from the likes of Fitbit and Jawbone, it can also collect data from other fitness apps such as Apple Health, RunKeeper and Google Fit.
The app sources health and fitness data from several diverse apps and wearable technology, comprising Apple Health and Google Fit, with opportunity for the users to get rewards in the form of points on reaching targets.
To do this, marketers must capture the data consumers are sharing with mobile apps such as Apple's HealthKit or HomeKit and Android's Google Fit.
The latest smartphones contain as many as 16 sensors, and with Google Fit and Apple's Healthkit, the latest operating systems put sensor data at the heart of the smartphone.