Launched in 2014, Google Fit is Google's latest app to hit the 50 million download mark on the Play Store. The fitness app doesn't come pre-installed on Android devices, which is one of the factors that takes so long to reach this goal.
The only devices where Google Fit comes preinstalled are Smartwatches with Wear OS. Considering watches from brands like Samsung and Huawei, which have their versions of watch operating systems, there are not many original Wear OS devices.
Google doesn't seem to care much about keeping Google Fit healthy
Earlier this year, Google announced it would shut down the official Google Fit website, effectively complying with the statement in March. However, the service remained active, just maintaining a website for the app was not justified.
However, the biggest issues are in the app itself. If you visit the app page on the Google Play Store, you'll find a number of community comments complaining about sync issues, unable to sign in to Fit account, and activity tracking that doesn't work properly.
It's more than obvious that Google is completely neglecting its fitness app. All of the issues mentioned have not yet been resolved by the company and Google's last official response on the Play Store is June. Dissatisfied users continue to accumulate and consider alternatives like Mi Fit or even Apple Health, both far superior to the product Google Fit currently offers.
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