Google announced today that its Google Fit fitness app is available for iPhones. The app is already in the App Store however it seems it is not yet available in UK.
When we opened the app we received the error "the app is not available in your region". Considering that Google Fit for Android is completely available on UK’s land, it's caricature.
Either way it could be a temporary mistake. Previously, iOS users only had access to the Google Fit interface if they had a Wear OS compatible wearable and used the corresponding app on their iPhone.
The big change is that now with the app available on the App Store you will be able to use Google Fit without a smartwatch. IPhone users can then take advantage of the app's fitness features.
Google Fit is one of the most comprehensive health and training apps.
There are many health monitoring and training applications like MyFitnessPal or ActiveX. Due to being a Google app, compatibility with Android devices is better with Google Fit.
In addition, the application underwent a design change last year to make it more attractive. Two new exercise monitoring metrics were introduced: Movement Minutes and Heart Points.
These are two indicators that appear on the app's main screen and are very useful. Minutes tells you the total number of minutes you are moving during a workout. The Heart Points indicate the intensity of physical activity and the effort of the heart.
The best part is that Google Fit on iOS can still be linked to other services like Apple Health, Nike Run Club, among others. This allows easy sharing of information between applications and third party application support.
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