Google Fit is receiving a major update today. The company's activity tracking application has been around for a few years, but to this day, it worked a lot and looked the same as the day it was launched. However, the redesign of today is quite different from that old style, and also presents many new features that help take the service to a new direction.
As before, Google Fit will automatically track your activities thanks to your phone's sensors or Wear OS watch. You can always manually add activities, or use applications like Strava, Runkeeper, Endomondo and MyFitnessPal to get credit for the workouts you track with them.
What is also new in this update is the actionable training, something that unfortunately was missing in the previous version. It remains to be seen how useful this new function is in daily use, but the idea here is to give you feedback on how active you have been throughout the week and help you stay motivated.
What I & # 39; In fact, what excites me the most is the new appearance. Based on the screenshots that Google has shared so far, the application now provides many more details at a glance, without having to delve into the timelines (which were not all usable in the previous version).
The new version is now being implemented for Android and Wear OS users.