Google Fit Redesign Focuses On Your Step Count


Google has pushed another update for its Google Fit app. This time, the company has revamped one of the most favorite aspects of fitness tracking: steps count. Earlier before in 2018, Google Fit received a big redesign that introduced Move Minutes and Heart Points to make it easy for users to count their metrics.

This redesign on Google Fit app brings bolder, easier-to-glimpse visuals and progress cards that surface when you’re close to reaching a goal. On the WearOS, Google has added two new Tiles. The first lets you quickly start a workout, as well as see “progress toward your goal through the day or week at a glance.”

The revamped Google Fit is now available for iOS users, while it will be rolling out soon to Android as well as WearOS users. So, if you are an iOS user, you can download the latest version of Google Fit to watch these changes reflected on your Fit app.

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