Google announces new updates to Google Fit and Wear OS by Google

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Google today announced new updates to Google Fit and Wear OS by Google to make tracking of wellness information easier. Google has revamped the Google Fit app on Android and iOS. You can now check out all the information across your different connected apps and devices in single location. You can also get a summary of your metrics. And you’ll be able to track your nightly activity, view sleep stages, set a goal for your bedtime schedule and more.

Other new updates:

  • In the Google Fit Workouts Tile on Wear OS by Google smartwatches, Google added shortcuts to take you to your most recent workouts so you can get moving faster. And while you’re working out, you’ll be able to see all your metrics in one view on your screen. You can set goals for your workouts and receive pace alerts to know if you’re staying on track.
  • The Google Fit app on Android or iOS lets you view a summary of your walk or run on a map, along with pace and mile markers. To celebrate your accomplishments and encourage friends and family to get active, you can now share stats, routes or photos from your favorite Google Fit journal entries to social media or by messaging apps.
  • Google is updating the weather experience on Wear OS by Google smartwatches with a bolder design that’s easier on the eyes and provides you with more relevant forecast details, including precipitation and weather alerts.
  • The new Breathe Tile helps you decompress with easier access to guided breathing sessions. Once it’s finished, you can view a summary that includes how your heart rate changed between the beginning and end, and you can also see a recap of your breathing sessions for the week.

Source: Google

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