OnePlus Band data including steps count and heart rate can now be synced with Google Fit app: Report
Users can download the latest OnePlus Health version 1.3.2 from the Google Play Store that comes with the Google Fit integration feature.
Google Fit App will now allow Pixel users to measure heart and respiration rate using smartphone camera
Pixel smartphones will use camera sensors to detect someone's chest moving as they breathe, calculating their respiration rate.
The acquisition comes after it was recently reported that Google and Fitbit were working out a deal.
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Google Fit on Android and WearOS will start to receive the update by end of this week.
Google has said that many of the new updated features in Wear OS 2.1 should boost usability.
The update will provide quicker access to notifications and proactive help from the Google Assistant.
Instead of the usual step counters, the update Google Fit app will give you Heart Points!
The new version 1.57 has started rolling out and includes a more colourful look along with a new timeline feature and a new goals feature
With Android M expected to power the next generation of Android smartphones, here are some features we wish to see in Google's next mobile OS iteration.
Google Fit, an Android app, which was released last year, to track your fitness and workouts was missing one key feature - calorie counts.
If you are obsessed with using technology to better understand yourself, here is an app called Instant 2.0 for you developed by Pune-based security consultant Shashwat Pradhan.
It's now the battle of wrists and not palms.
Here's a quick look at the five big announcements to expect at the Google I/O.
A source told the news site that the Google Fit ‘would allow a wearable device that measures data like steps or heart rate to interface with Google’s cloud-based services, and become part of the Google Fit ecosystem.’