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Google on Thursday announced that its health tracking app, Google Fit, will now be available on iOS devices.
Google Fit tracks users physical activities and rewards them with Move Minutes and Heart Points. The point system helps users reach daily-recommended goals and also helps users journal their progress.
The app can also be connected to other health tracking apps as well, to “provide a holistic view of your health and show the Heart Points and Move Minutes you earn through other activities”.
“Regardless of which apps or devices you use to monitor fitness, sleep and general wellbeing, Google Fit has you covered,” the company explains.
The app also works with the Apple Watch and with Android smartwatches running Wear OS.
Google Fit is already available for download on the Apple App Store.
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