Google Fit has reached the milestone of 100 million installs on Android.
The Google Fit application has just reached the milestone of 100 million installs on the Android platform since its launch.
The Google Fit application has just reached the milestone of 100 million installs on the Android platform since its launch. According to 9To5Google, the app was first released in 2014 as a simple method to track steps, heart rate, and exercises. Since then, the app has grown in popularity.
In 2018, the app was completely redesigned, allowing it to capture far more information. According to Android Police, Google Fit has reached the milestone of 100 million downloads on the Google Play Store, little over two years after surpassing the 50 million download mark.
Over the years, the technology behemoth has incorporated a number of noteworthy features.
Along with the basics, such as tracking workouts, steps, and heart rate through wearables, the firm just launched an option to measure heart rate and respiratory rate using nothing more than your Pixel phone’s camera to track your fitness progress.
In June, Google introduced a new tool called Paced Walking, which would assist users in meeting their best walk objectives for the greatest possible health benefits by providing them with an auditory beat to keep them on track.
The Paced Walking function, which is available on Google Fit, will assist users in determining their ideal walking speed — a pace that feels natural — and stepping up that pace offers health advantages that are similar to those of cycling.