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Google launches Google Fit app for Android, capturing all your fitness data in one place

28/10/2014

Back in June, Google Fit was unveiled to the world, promising a platform to help people track their fitness goals. It’s essentially (...)
Back in June, Google Fit was unveiled to the world, promising a platform to help people track their fitness goals. It’s essentially a set of APIs that lets developers dig in to rival apps and combine data for deeper insights. Today, Google has launched a dedicated Google Fit app for Android, serving to capture all your movements throughout the day, including walking, running and cycling. It’s a little bit like Moves, which was acquired by Facebook earlier this year, and a myriad of other fitness-tracking services. All you do is install the app on your phone, hook it up with... This story continues at The Next Web Back in June, Google Fit was unveiled to the world, promising a platform to help people track their fitness goals. It’s essentially a set of APIs that lets developers dig in to rival apps and combine data for deeper insights. Today, Google has launched a dedicated Google Fit app for Android, serving to capture all your movements throughout the day, including walking, running and cycling. It’s a little bit like Moves, which was acquired by Facebook earlier this year, and a myriad of other fitness-tracking services. All you do is install the app on your phone, hook it up with... This story continues at The Next Web
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