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New Google Fit partners bring support to new wearables, allow developers to pull even more data via SDK

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New Google Fit partners bring support to new wearables, allow developers to pull even more data via SDK

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Back in May, Google introduced an update to Google Fit that allowed customers to monitor their health objectives and historical past, even including a to hand Android Wear watch face to lend a hand customers keep up to the mark. Today, Google Fit Lead Product Manager Angana Ghosh introduced a handful of new Fit partners now not handiest including Fit support to their wearables, however bringing further data to the SDK.

Endomondo, Garmin, the Daily Burn, the Basis Peak, and the Xiaomi miBand are Fit’s recent partners. With new Fit support, customers can now retailer exercise periods and process data while the use of the ones wearables on their Android tool. Others come with LifeSum, Lose It!, and MyFitnessPal who bring nutrients data like energy fed on, protein, carbs, fat (even nutrients and minerals) for developers to faucet into the use of the History API within the Fit SDK. I new sleep process could also be headed to the Fit SDK thank you to Basis Peak and Sleep Android.

Again, all this data is now out there to any developer to include into their very own apps. For example, in line with foods written to Google Fit through different apps, Runkeeper can now show a Google Now card reminding customers to “paintings off” foods they’ve simply eaten. It’s like one large satisfied circle of relatives of health products and services and data running in combination to lend a hand stay you in form.

For those who like beta checking out new device, Google mentions that Instaweather has lately built-in Google Fit right into a new Android Wear watch face recently in beta. You can check it out by way of becoming a member of the Google+ group here and following the hyperlinks therein to obtain the beta model of the app.

For more information on integrating the Google Fit SDK into your personal app, take a look at the developer web page here.



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