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Google Fit's health data is now more beautiful and more functional (APK Download)

Google Fit's health data is now more beautiful and more functional (APK Download)

Google Fit is seeing a renaissance of sorts. After being quasi-abandoned for a long while, the app reemerged with a new UI and keeps adding new features every now and then, like the impressive heart and respiratory rate measurement on Pixels. But what Fit has always lacked is a more organized user experience. The stream of similar-looking cards on the homescreen is the least efficient way of showing all this health data, and it seems the devs finally took notice and decided to fix it, while also adding new functionality.

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Google Fit's nifty camera-based HR monitor is now available on Pixels (APK Download)

Google Fit's nifty camera-based HR monitor is now available on Pixels (APK Download)

I know that a month feels like a lifetime ago, but do you remember the Google Fit Mobile Vitals features that were announced — you know, the ones that promised heart rate and respiratory monitoring without any extra hardware? The Pixel timed-exclusive Google reminded us was coming during the March Feature Drop? Well, we're told that the pair of Mobile Vitals features (which work with nothing more than your phone's existing camera) start rolling out to Pixels on Monday, and we even know what they will look like in action.

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Google Fit's bringing heart-rate monitoring to Pixel phones without the need for any extra hardware

Google Fit's bringing heart-rate monitoring to Pixel phones without the need for any extra hardware

Google Fit already has plenty of ways to tell you that you're out of shape — a common issue during the ongoing pandemic. But it's picking up a new way to measure both your heart rate and respiratory rate, using just your smartphone's camera. The feature is expected to land next month, and though it's a Pixel-exclusive to start, it should be coming to other Android phones later.

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