Google has released a new version of Google Fit. Users are presented with a completely new environment with new options. From now on you can keep track of your health even better in the Google Fit app. New features abound in the latest version of Google Fit.
The update to version 2.61.14 brings several improvements that should make tracking your health even easier and better. The Android Police colleagues have discovered the new features and are sharing them with the rest of the world.
A new feature is that you can navigate to Browse via the navigation bar at the bottom of the screen. Here you get an overview of all your health data in one place. The six categories you will find here are activity, body measurements, vital signs, nutrition, sleep and cycle tracks. You can also use the search function to find health data. Retrieving certain data should become a lot easier in this way.
Adding different data manually required a deeper dive into the chart settings. That’s easier now. Entering manual activities is now also easier with a more pleasing layout. Also new is that you can add body fat in Google Fit. The same goes for entering blood glucose, blood oxygen and body temperature.
Google has also made great strides in the field of nutrition. You can now indicate how much water you drink, along with what you have eaten with the corresponding calories and other useful information. It should all make you more aware of your eating and drinking behavior. Google Fit can now also track menstruation, where you can clearly see the overview in the month view. Your sleep input screen has also been updated with improvements with the update to version 2.61.14.
If you do not want to wait until you are offered the update via the Google Play Store, you can download the APK here. Please note that the version of the installation file may vary by device.