The Google Fit App which was available for Android users has now come to iOS devices. If you use an iPhone or iPad, you can download the Google Fit App on your device and sync it with Apple Health without any hassles. It will show you all your fitness activities and history in the App and you can continue using the App for daily tracking.
The new Google Fit comes with the material theme redesign and includes new features like Move Minutes and Heart Points. They will help you make the best out of fitness agenda wherever you are. According to 9to5Google, this is how these features work:
Move Minutes are earned whenever you’re physically active — walking, yoga, chores, etc. — with a minute recorded after 30 or more steps. Heart Points are aimed at capturing more moderate activity, like a “brisk walk that’s over 100 steps per minute.” More intense workouts will garner two points/minute, with both metrics represented as rings arround your profile image in the Home tab. The app lists step count, calories, and miles underneath, with more detailed daily graphs below.
You can also pair up your Apple Watch with Google Fit App and it will pull all the information like walking, running and other activities directly. This is also great to check the number of steps you walked in the day even when you are not working out. Every part of your fitness history can be checked in the journal tab which will show you your progress and day-to-day goals.
You can download Google Fit on the App Store.