In 2014, Google released an app called Google Fit. With it, owners of Android devices and watches on Wear OS could monitor their activity and health. Last year, the application was radically changed, making it noticeably more convenient to use. Now Google has decided to move Google Fit to iOS.
Fitness app from Google allows users to track the distance traveled per day, learn about the number of calories spent, know how to record heart rate, breathing and phases of sleep.
All data collected is synchronized with Apple Health, Wear OS, and Apple Watch. All the information collected by the application is organized and available in the form of daily schedules. The latter help the program make some adjustments to the user’s goals on its own.
Users can try out Google Fit on the iOS platform now. The app is available for free on the Virtual Shelves of the App Store.