Google launches app that will solve Health and Fitness sync across devices

Google’s Health Connect app, which strives to be a one-stop hub for all of your health, fitness, and wellness apps, is coming out of “Early Access” status and is now available on the Play Store in Beta. Google made the announcement via a blog post today, where it highlighted the benefits of this app for both the developers and the users and announced the support of more fitness partners.The app was originally announced at Google I/O earlier this year as a new platform that Google and Samsung were working on together in order to bring connectivity between apps so that they can share user health and fitness data across devices. During its “Early Access” period, the app saw some limited support from Samsung Health, Google Fit, and Fitbit (starting with version 3.69 of the app). However, now that it is Beta status, it includes integrations with an additional 10 fitness apps, notably MyFitnessPal, Peloton, and WeightWatchers

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