On Android, a lot of fitness apps are available that people use for counting steps and exercising. A few months before Google’s Health Connect brought sync fitness data from various Android apps including Google Fitbit, Samsung Health, and more. Recently, Google released Google Fit version 2.89 which also has the feature Sync with health Connect. It is also compatible with Samsung Health, Sleeps as Android, and Withings Health Mate.
With Health Connects you can share statistics between Fit and your other apps for calorie monitoring, step counting, and heartbeat measuring. When users update their Google Fit version then they can see a new feature Get the started card. Here below is more clearly explained.
When you allow Fit to read a data type from Health Connect, it’s stored in your Google Account with your other Fit data. Fit uses this data to provide features like tracking your fitness and health, and giving related recommendations and insights.
How Fit uses data also depends on the features you use. For example, Fit may show distance data from Health Connect in workout summaries, or show heart rate data in your sleep sessions.
Data you choose to write to Health Connect is stored on your device, and other apps that you choose to sync with Health Connect will be able to access this data.
The main point checking here is now Google Fit enables you to write and read to Health Connect. Users can select granularly or just select “Allow all. For those who don’t have the Quick settings tile, the company provides them with a Health Connect shortcut. Google Fit 2.89 is not yet widely rolled out via the Play Store.
Lastly, you can check for more fitness parameters like Data access, you can browse Activity, Body measurements, Cycle tracks, Nutrition, Sleep, and Vitals data. In this fast life, most people don’t give much attention to their very important health.
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