For all the health enthusiast out there! Here’s good news. Google Fit app gets an update, which has redesigned itself to cater to the users more effectively. With the new update, things have got simpler for fitness enthusiasts. Google has partnered with the American Health Association (AHA) and the World Health Organisation (WHO) to bring the new update for its users. It features two new criteria called ‘Move Minutes’ and ‘Heart Points’. The new update from Google shares a few features like activity goals with Apple's version of the fitness tracking app on its watch. Xiaomi's Pocophone F1 Smartphone Launched in India From Rs 20,999; First Online Sale on August 29 at Flipkart and Mi.com.
These two options will remove all the unnecessary information from the screen and notify you of the amount of movement you have achieved during the day or week. After which, the application will add heart points to keep you motivated. Flipkart’s Superr Sale Starts August 25; Super Deals on Smartphones, Smart 4K TV, Gadgets & More.
The new Google Fit update is available now on Playstore and smart-watches that support Wear OS. So if you’re a fitness enthusiast who doesn’t have a smartwatch, don't worry since the app can be installed to your Android devices. With Google Fit app, users will be reminded that about daily exercise routines and goals, which will be demonstrated graphically as a completed or uncompleted rings on the device.
With just two metrics, users will be encouraged to complete only two goals - move minutes and heart points, which comprises all the data obtained from users during the day and will be compared to other days, weeks and months, which is better than having numerous charts like steps count, bicycle laps, running etc. Google Fit app also allows users to customise their routines and exercise.