Wear OS Tiles And More Google Fit Features To Be Rolled Out
GOOGLE FIT NEW FEATURES – The Google Fit team is set to launch their new improvements to their device starting with much needed upgrades to their software.
First, Google is giving much-needed attention towards upgrades for the Fit’s Android App. Next, improvements to the Wear OS are also on their way. Additionally, according to an article from Android Police, over the next week, the features are set to roll out.
As such, these would make information about the upgrades more clear while highlighting the interface. With this, users can quickly find the most important pieces of data.
In 2018, Google Fit launched their Heart Points and Move Minutes. This caused the calorie counter and the beloved pedometer to be pushed aside. However, users weren’t too happy with this decision.
Following this, Google got a ton of feedback and because of this, the step tracking features returned to the top due to popular demand. Now, Heart Points are going to remain the top metric for tracking heart activity.
Meanwhile, a step counter would be integrated alongside it seen on the circular graph as the second most visible metric. In lieu of this, move minutes would be pushed back alongside the calorie and distance measurements.
To top it all off, subtle redesigns on text and colors makes for a more visible data graphs even with just a glance. Furthermore, Google Fit has integrated recommendations from the American Heart Association for getting more active.
As such, the Heart Point measurements would now included more extensive tracking and helpful guides to help you accomplish 150 points per week. Based on the article, the changes would be rolling out today but could take a week to reach everybody.
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