We haven’t heard much about Google Fit ever since it was announced at I/O back in June, but today we get to learn a whole lot more about the service.
Google Fit is now available for download from the Google Play store. The app will track your walking, running and cycling activity, receive recommendations for goals and set your own goals for duration or steps. If you’ve got a fitness-focused wearable, you can connect third-party devices to Google Fit and have all of your data in one place.
Google Fit is 13MB in size and is compatible with Android 4.0 and higher. It also works with Android Wear devices, and you can access your Google Fit data online and on your tablet.
While its feature set is somewhat basic compared to other, more established fitness apps, the current Google Fit app looks like a nice start. Not only is it nice to look at, but it’ll be nice for Android users to have a Google-built app for tracking their health and fitness goals.
You can download Google Fit from Google Play using the link below. If you do install it, be sure to share your first impressions with us!
Via Google Play: Google Fit