Google has released a new version of their Google Fit app for Android, and as well as some bug fixes, the latest version of the app comes with some new features.
Google Fit now comes with support for manual entry of over 100 new activities, it also comes with a new experimental step detection feature for your Android Wear Watch.
When you set fitness goals it’s important that you have the tools in place to check in on your progress. So to help you keep track of how far you’ve come, Google Fit now estimates distance and calories burned. Simply update your profile to include gender, height and weight and we’ll let you know how far you’ve gone and estimated calories you’ve burned off throughout the day and during your workouts.
Also, you’ll now have a new way to look back over your fitness history. As you scroll down your timeline you’ll be able to look at your activities grouped by days, weeks or months and get a sense of how your activities impact your fitness over time.
You can find out more details on what is included in the latest version of Google Fit for Android over at Google at the link below.
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