Google Fit

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Google Fit
Developer(s) Google
Development status Active
Operating system Android L
Type Health informatics, Physical fitness
License Open-source

Google Fit is a health-tracking platform developed by Google and announced at the Google I/O conference on June 25, 2014. Google Fit is a single set of APIs that blends data from multiple apps and devices. Confirmed partners include Nike, HTC, LG, Withings, Motorola, Noom, Runtastic, RunKeeper and Polar. Users will be able to choose who their fitness data is shared with and also delete this information at any time.[1]

Google Fit was announced shortly after the release of Apple's IOS8 HealthKit and can be considered a direct competitor.[2]

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  1. Ben Gilbert. "Google Fit is Android's answer to exercise and health tracking". Engadget. 
  2. Samantha Murphy Kelly. "Google Fit Is Android's New Health and Fitness Tracking Service". Mashable. 
  3. Ashley Feinberg. "Google Wants to Keep Track of Your Vitals with Google Fit". Gizmodo. 
  4. Alexia Tsotsis. "Google Fit Warms Up". TechCrunch.