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Google Fit: Activity Tracking

Google Fit: Activity Tracking

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Want to take charge of your health? Let Google Fit help you reach your goals.

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  • Fossil gen4 user Dec 6, 2020

    By SundanceChild
    I enjoy the google fit app. However, I wish I could edit a workout after I complete it. For instance, I used my watch to record my workout and accidentally chose walk instead of run and started it ten minutes into my run. I’m unable to fix this now that it’s entered and although I realize it’s my mistake for entering it wrong I feel like it’d be easy enough for them to make it so I can adjust the time I started and the type of workout it was so I could get more accurate feedback.
  • Jan 20, 2022

    By Shawn Gross
    Usually works OK for me, minus the occasional glitch. However, it is completely on the blink today. I am walking right now and no steps are being tracked. Followed all the setting instructions, but it still is not working. This has happened before, and it suddenly corrected after about 10 days. Unfortunately, my steps for those days were lost. Ain't nobody got time for this. Disappointed.
  • Thank You, Heart Disease Avengers Apr 26, 2019

    By legalbeagle05
    Excellent. Pure and good, period. This is a gift to us. Yet, some people have still complained: "Until it magically aligns with my Sparkle Pony Unicorn heartbeat ratio index, measures perspiration sodium levels (aligning with my home-based lab testing), and adds a drop-down choice for bi-weekly underwater hot Tai BocChi lacrosse sessions so I don't have to do so manually (THE HORROR), I'm giving it only half a star..." Seriously, folks. Get a problem. Like heart disease. Have it in your family? You must not. Most folks who DO have heart disease, know someone with heart disease, or lost someone they love very much to heart disease aren't complaining about something so positive in the fight against this beyond-crappy death monger. We are every-day thankful for the genius, hard working souls at the AMA and Google (and Apple - thanks for the app, yo!) who joined forces in the magical Google Fit to make the world a better, healthier place so we don't lose even more people we love to this horrific, extremely preventable disease. Thanks to every heart disease Avenger who is fighting for our lives. We are so fortunate to have you walking with us.
  • Impressed on Positive Heart Health, Not Impressed with Functionality Oct 4, 2019

    By kiera113
    I was hoping this would bridge the gap between my WearOS powered fossil smartwatch and Apple Health so I could get more use out of the health data and the Google Fit functionality of the watch. Unfortunately no such features. The app has read only permissions with Apple Health so it only organizes data from that app into Google’s. It does not link with WearOS so data from the smartwatch does not go directly to Google Fit’s app so that is still a problem for me. I like that it puts the focus on heart health in a “weight watchers” kinda way— points instead of steps or calories to get a bigger picture view of how to improve overall health. But I’m not getting my progress counted from my smartwatch anyways. Overall, Google Fit just organizes information that already exists in a new way. I’m intrigued but probably won’t keep it.
  • Jan 7, 2022

    By Gandelf
    It has some nice features. At least, they would be nice if the program would work. It only records workouts, steps, and heart points if it feels like it. Even when it does feel like it, it's extremely slow to pick up data from my primary device/app combo. It randomly forgets workouts that it has previously credited. (Yesterday, it went back and forth between crediting my afternoon walk or my evening workout--but never both.) The reason I gave it 3 stars instead of 1 is that it is not my primary tracker so when it fails it's no more than irritating. I simply set what it calls goals and I call minimums to something low enough that I can still keep my streak even if it drops half what I do. When it doesn't randomly drop things, it counts steps pretty close to the same as my primary app, and I have the feeling that it counts calories used rather more accurately. The only thing I'd like to see different (other than working properly) is counting heart points on a rolling week instead of Monday to Sunday and then you start over.
  • Works pretty well but has problems Jan 16, 2021

    By bbarinva
    I use this app to track my steps throughout the day. It seems to do a good job keeping track of my steps. I don’t have a watch or fitness tracker so I keep my phone in my hand while I’m walking. This seems to work well but my main problem is as I walk and keep a check on my number of steps, I notice at some point every day I loose heart points. I was up to seven heart points as I was walking to 2000 steps and as I looked to see what I had, my heart points dropped back from 7 to 3. This happens at some point every day. I would like to know why this happens. I don’t slow dawn my pace or change my stride or the way my arms swing as I walk so I don’t know why this happens. I would like an explanation as to why this happens every day during my walk.
  • Very good app but could use some improvements Oct 30, 2020

    By i have 12 kids in my bacement
    The app in question is a very strong reliable app it is free ( unlike some competitors ). links to your google account. and helps get you working out. Although it does have its problems I wish it could link up to your fit bit and I also wish it could have instructional daily workout videos. All the “problems” with the app aren’t necessarily problems but could add to it. To sum it up more people should know and use this app
  • Fills an important gap for Apple users Apr 25, 2019

    By sgmiller
    I am an iPhone/watch user and for me this app fills in important gap which is that it provides one number to evaluate the quality of daily exercise, i.e. the Heart Points. This is something which Apple health is missing as step counts, exercise minutes, etc. don’t do the job. So I’m excited about this! What is needed now is a widget and an Apple Watch app with a complication… It would be perfect to be able to see the heart points whenever you look at the watch. Add those features and I’ll go five stars.
  • Jan 17, 2022

    By Javier
    I actually like this app. I don't need complicated, simple does it. I use a widget on my phone and I can track my steps and my activity levels. I also have my data linked to the 7-minute fitness app which goes smoothly right into the app. Simple does it.
  • Good but needs improvement Sep 26, 2020

    By Mickie101
    Overall a good app. A good way to keep track of your workouts. I have this app synced with the exercise app "fiton" and it does not always record my workouts accurately. For example, for some workouts, Google fit says I've only done 1 minute of exercise, when in fact it was 30 minutes! Good app overall but it's not always accurate.
  • Fossil gen4 user Dec 6, 2020

    By SundanceChild
    I enjoy the google fit app. However, I wish I could edit a workout after I complete it. For instance, I used my watch to record my workout and accidentally chose walk instead of run and started it ten minutes into my run. I’m unable to fix this now that it’s entered and although I realize it’s my mistake for entering it wrong I feel like it’d be easy enough for them to make it so I can adjust the time I started and the type of workout it was so I could get more accurate feedback.
  • Jan 20, 2022

    By Shawn Gross
    Usually works OK for me, minus the occasional glitch. However, it is completely on the blink today. I am walking right now and no steps are being tracked. Followed all the setting instructions, but it still is not working. This has happened before, and it suddenly corrected after about 10 days. Unfortunately, my steps for those days were lost. Ain't nobody got time for this. Disappointed.
  • Thank You, Heart Disease Avengers Apr 26, 2019

    By legalbeagle05
    Excellent. Pure and good, period. This is a gift to us. Yet, some people have still complained: "Until it magically aligns with my Sparkle Pony Unicorn heartbeat ratio index, measures perspiration sodium levels (aligning with my home-based lab testing), and adds a drop-down choice for bi-weekly underwater hot Tai BocChi lacrosse sessions so I don't have to do so manually (THE HORROR), I'm giving it only half a star..." Seriously, folks. Get a problem. Like heart disease. Have it in your family? You must not. Most folks who DO have heart disease, know someone with heart disease, or lost someone they love very much to heart disease aren't complaining about something so positive in the fight against this beyond-crappy death monger. We are every-day thankful for the genius, hard working souls at the AMA and Google (and Apple - thanks for the app, yo!) who joined forces in the magical Google Fit to make the world a better, healthier place so we don't lose even more people we love to this horrific, extremely preventable disease. Thanks to every heart disease Avenger who is fighting for our lives. We are so fortunate to have you walking with us.
  • Impressed on Positive Heart Health, Not Impressed with Functionality Oct 4, 2019

    By kiera113
    I was hoping this would bridge the gap between my WearOS powered fossil smartwatch and Apple Health so I could get more use out of the health data and the Google Fit functionality of the watch. Unfortunately no such features. The app has read only permissions with Apple Health so it only organizes data from that app into Google’s. It does not link with WearOS so data from the smartwatch does not go directly to Google Fit’s app so that is still a problem for me. I like that it puts the focus on heart health in a “weight watchers” kinda way— points instead of steps or calories to get a bigger picture view of how to improve overall health. But I’m not getting my progress counted from my smartwatch anyways. Overall, Google Fit just organizes information that already exists in a new way. I’m intrigued but probably won’t keep it.
  • Jan 7, 2022

    By Gandelf
    It has some nice features. At least, they would be nice if the program would work. It only records workouts, steps, and heart points if it feels like it. Even when it does feel like it, it's extremely slow to pick up data from my primary device/app combo. It randomly forgets workouts that it has previously credited. (Yesterday, it went back and forth between crediting my afternoon walk or my evening workout--but never both.) The reason I gave it 3 stars instead of 1 is that it is not my primary tracker so when it fails it's no more than irritating. I simply set what it calls goals and I call minimums to something low enough that I can still keep my streak even if it drops half what I do. When it doesn't randomly drop things, it counts steps pretty close to the same as my primary app, and I have the feeling that it counts calories used rather more accurately. The only thing I'd like to see different (other than working properly) is counting heart points on a rolling week instead of Monday to Sunday and then you start over.
  • Works pretty well but has problems Jan 16, 2021

    By bbarinva
    I use this app to track my steps throughout the day. It seems to do a good job keeping track of my steps. I don’t have a watch or fitness tracker so I keep my phone in my hand while I’m walking. This seems to work well but my main problem is as I walk and keep a check on my number of steps, I notice at some point every day I loose heart points. I was up to seven heart points as I was walking to 2000 steps and as I looked to see what I had, my heart points dropped back from 7 to 3. This happens at some point every day. I would like to know why this happens. I don’t slow dawn my pace or change my stride or the way my arms swing as I walk so I don’t know why this happens. I would like an explanation as to why this happens every day during my walk.
  • Very good app but could use some improvements Oct 30, 2020

    By i have 12 kids in my bacement
    The app in question is a very strong reliable app it is free ( unlike some competitors ). links to your google account. and helps get you working out. Although it does have its problems I wish it could link up to your fit bit and I also wish it could have instructional daily workout videos. All the “problems” with the app aren’t necessarily problems but could add to it. To sum it up more people should know and use this app
  • Fills an important gap for Apple users Apr 25, 2019

    By sgmiller
    I am an iPhone/watch user and for me this app fills in important gap which is that it provides one number to evaluate the quality of daily exercise, i.e. the Heart Points. This is something which Apple health is missing as step counts, exercise minutes, etc. don’t do the job. So I’m excited about this! What is needed now is a widget and an Apple Watch app with a complication… It would be perfect to be able to see the heart points whenever you look at the watch. Add those features and I’ll go five stars.
  • Jan 17, 2022

    By Javier
    I actually like this app. I don't need complicated, simple does it. I use a widget on my phone and I can track my steps and my activity levels. I also have my data linked to the 7-minute fitness app which goes smoothly right into the app. Simple does it.
  • Good but needs improvement Sep 26, 2020

    By Mickie101
    Overall a good app. A good way to keep track of your workouts. I have this app synced with the exercise app "fiton" and it does not always record my workouts accurately. For example, for some workouts, Google fit says I've only done 1 minute of exercise, when in fact it was 30 minutes! Good app overall but it's not always accurate.
  • Jan 11, 2022

    By Bukola Ayeni
    Don't bother tracking a workout on your Android/Google watch for it to sync to this app. After a few hours/days, it reduces the calories burned to some stupid number. For example, if you burn 500 cals in a 45 mins workout or run. By the end of the day, it will say you burned 120 cals. Same for Nike workouts synced to Fit. I have to manually record my workouts in the app so that it doesn't adjust later and estimate the cals. This app needs a huge engineering fix!! I expected better from google!
  • Jan 5, 2022

    By Gabrielle Lee Jarrett
    This app is not accurate in the least. I regularly walk 3+ miles a day, using the park's markers to determine how much I walk. The marker will say .58 miles, but this app says .41, and after walking 2.9 miles, the app said 1.8 miles. There's no way I only walked 1.8 miles in an hour, when I knowingly can walk a mile in 20 minutes. Then it doesn't always accurately count the calories expended because, again, it doesn't accurately know how far I walk.
  • Jan 4, 2022

    By Brady Smith
    Can't actually delete your data. I found the feature that lets you track your weight, thought it looked neat. I was adding weekly weight entries from last year, I accidentally added a weight entry for an incorrect date. As it turns out, you canNOT delete weight entries, nor can you edit the date of a weight entry. The only way to delete a weight entry is to delete ALL your weight entries. So I did that, and none of them went away, and the "Delete all Weight Entries" option is now gone. Garbage.
  • Dec 29, 2021

    By Mario Gutierrez
    Meh. Another Google app that showed great promise, but then does nothing really new and fails to deliver on the actual premise that would have made it invaluable. No one needs another step counter at this point, They're ubiquitous and many of them are far better at it. What would make this a great app is if they delivered on the promise of connectivity. Tie together the various device-based apps that do one (and only one) thing really well and put it all together in one place. I've got a Fitbit app with my steps, a Renpho app with my weight and other body measurements, an iFit app tied to my treadmill that gives detailed info on every run I take, but every one of them sits there out on its own. That's your sweet spot Google -- right there. Give me one place to track, store, and view all my fitness info, and you will have a total winner that I would actually pay for. Instead what you've created is one more app to track my personal info to help you generate ad revenue, but which gives me nothing of real value in return.
  • App won’t sync with Google Fit on Watch Apr 20, 2020

    By skoFalcs
    The whole point of having an app on the phone is that you can track what you’ve been using on your personal fitness device (smart watch, heart rate monitor). For over a week now the app on the phone will not record my workouts that I’ve started from the watch and thusly isn’t syncing the data from watch to phone. Idk what the problem is but it needs to be fixed. First time anything like this has happened on a google device for me
  • Jan 17, 2022

    By Kenzie Hunter
    I guess it app is okay. It does keep track of my walking schedule. Only reason I use this app because I was curious if it actually works. And it does. The only complaints I have with it is it should turn off when you are in the car or something that will make it easier to understand it.
  • Terrible substitute for Fit Bit May 11, 2020

    By LowBatteryWarning
    Absolutely useless. Replaced my old FitBit with a new smart watch that uses WearOS and Google Fit to track activity. I love the watch, but I HATE HATE HATE this app. FitBit offers SO many more things than this one does, nutrition tracking and period tracking among them. And often my watch won’t track my steps or other activity despite the fact that I have it synced with my phone. So I’m reduced to using my watch as a really high-end timepiece instead of the stuff it’s actually intended for, and using my FitBit for actual health tracking.
  • Jan 1, 2022

    By Debra Willendorf
    No longer works with Android 12. Sometimes it does nothing, despite the fact I walked a few miles. All other times it only records less than a mile and shows my route as something totally off what I actually walked. Prior to this it worked just fine.
  • Jan 19, 2022

    By Brandie
    I hate this app so much. If Pokemon go worked with any other app on Android, I would delete this in a hot second. The last few months I've had nothing but problems getting it to consistently track mileage. It crapped out again today, after I took a walk that was about five miles, and tracked ZERO steps. Seriously, I actively hate this app at this point. I does NOT enhance my life or make it easier. **At this point the app craps out every two weeks. Hate hate hate hate hate it.
  • Deleted it at set up Oct 12, 2021

    By Sra4031
    Poorly done app. Opened it up one my iPad and it was small with poor graphics. Looks like maybe the first app ever designed. Gives two choices at start up, to track steps or track heart points. I am doing neither, I am trying to track actual workouts, and calories burns. Did not give it much of a chance beyond this since there are so many activity trackers out there that are better designed. Had better hopes for this having the Google name

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  • Thank You, Heart Disease Avengers Apr 26, 2019

    By legalbeagle05
    Excellent. Pure and good, period. This is a gift to us. Yet, some people have still complained: "Until it magically aligns with my Sparkle Pony Unicorn heartbeat ratio index, measures perspiration sodium levels (aligning with my home-based lab testing), and adds a drop-down choice for bi-weekly underwater hot Tai BocChi lacrosse sessions so I don't have to do so manually (THE HORROR), I'm giving it only half a star..." Seriously, folks. Get a problem. Like heart disease. Have it in your family? You must not. Most folks who DO have heart disease, know someone with heart disease, or lost someone they love very much to heart disease aren't complaining about something so positive in the fight against this beyond-crappy death monger. We are every-day thankful for the genius, hard working souls at the AMA and Google (and Apple - thanks for the app, yo!) who joined forces in the magical Google Fit to make the world a better, healthier place so we don't lose even more people we love to this horrific, extremely preventable disease. Thanks to every heart disease Avenger who is fighting for our lives. We are so fortunate to have you walking with us.
  • Very good app but could use some improvements Oct 30, 2020

    By i have 12 kids in my bacement
    The app in question is a very strong reliable app it is free ( unlike some competitors ). links to your google account. and helps get you working out. Although it does have its problems I wish it could link up to your fit bit and I also wish it could have instructional daily workout videos. All the “problems” with the app aren’t necessarily problems but could add to it. To sum it up more people should know and use this app
  • Jan 17, 2022

    By Javier
    I actually like this app. I don't need complicated, simple does it. I use a widget on my phone and I can track my steps and my activity levels. I also have my data linked to the 7-minute fitness app which goes smoothly right into the app. Simple does it.
  • Jan 8, 2022

    By Bella Emerson
    This app is perfect for helping me keep track with everything I need to. I can track workouts, my weight, how much in sleeping, and even the flow of my period all in one app! Honestly I love that I don't have to get multiple apps to track my health, would definitely recommend. :)
  • Google Fit rewards Apr 21, 2020

    By Good couponer
    Suggestion introduce Google Fit Rewards take part in health related Market Research like track your steps, track heart rate, and other research to earn points that can be redeemed for PayPal cash or gift cards for stores and restaurants all this data can be used for Market research activities thank you
  • Fossil gen4 user Dec 6, 2020

    By SundanceChild
    I enjoy the google fit app. However, I wish I could edit a workout after I complete it. For instance, I used my watch to record my workout and accidentally chose walk instead of run and started it ten minutes into my run. I’m unable to fix this now that it’s entered and although I realize it’s my mistake for entering it wrong I feel like it’d be easy enough for them to make it so I can adjust the time I started and the type of workout it was so I could get more accurate feedback.
  • Fills an important gap for Apple users Apr 25, 2019

    By sgmiller
    I am an iPhone/watch user and for me this app fills in important gap which is that it provides one number to evaluate the quality of daily exercise, i.e. the Heart Points. This is something which Apple health is missing as step counts, exercise minutes, etc. don’t do the job. So I’m excited about this! What is needed now is a widget and an Apple Watch app with a complication… It would be perfect to be able to see the heart points whenever you look at the watch. Add those features and I’ll go five stars.
  • Good but needs improvement Sep 26, 2020

    By Mickie101
    Overall a good app. A good way to keep track of your workouts. I have this app synced with the exercise app "fiton" and it does not always record my workouts accurately. For example, for some workouts, Google fit says I've only done 1 minute of exercise, when in fact it was 30 minutes! Good app overall but it's not always accurate.
  • Jan 20, 2022

    By Jason DuPont
    Needs more functionality. Things like the ability to log and track custom health metrics like INR for blood thinners. Better sleep tracking, does not always play well with sleep for Android. Integration with oculus quest supernatural fitness would be really great. There are so many opportunities to expand overall metrics to get a more complete picture of health but fit seems to be content with it's tiny box of features. Please! Break the box open! Release the pixel watch and expand!
  • Dec 31, 2021

    By Valder Oliveira
    The app is great, but although it has a large number of activities to be tracked, at least one (very popular during winter in the north areas) is missing: shoveling! Please add it 😉 And details about the activities could be better. My Coros app is way better on that. One more thing, please add a way to adjust duration of the sleep period since sometimes the app captures time before or after sleep, when we're just reading or watching a movie from the bed.
  • Generally a good app May 28, 2021

    By milelover69
    I would like to say it’s helped me become more aware of how physically active I am, I would love for it to track my heart points better though. I ran about 3 miles and it didn’t record any of my running, it’s a minor problem but still frustrating trying to track my progress.
  • Good But Needs Improvement Jul 3, 2020

    By Kalps& Pras
    This is another great Google app, but there is still a lot of room for improvement. Sometimes it doesn’t sync from Health, which is annoying. Also, you can’t add steps manually. Overall I like it but I expected more functionality and less bugs.
  • Generic note for the day? Journal could inc diary notes Sep 26, 2021

    By Bdabble
    I was hoping when I click the + in an activity I can notate anything that I want and such as medication or how I’m feeling that day. It looks like it’s attached to an activity in terms of expelling energy. Would love to see a generic note/diary addition to this app. Super easy to do!!!
  • Jan 20, 2022

    By Shawn Gross
    Usually works OK for me, minus the occasional glitch. However, it is completely on the blink today. I am walking right now and no steps are being tracked. Followed all the setting instructions, but it still is not working. This has happened before, and it suddenly corrected after about 10 days. Unfortunately, my steps for those days were lost. Ain't nobody got time for this. Disappointed.
  • Impressed on Positive Heart Health, Not Impressed with Functionality Oct 4, 2019

    By kiera113
    I was hoping this would bridge the gap between my WearOS powered fossil smartwatch and Apple Health so I could get more use out of the health data and the Google Fit functionality of the watch. Unfortunately no such features. The app has read only permissions with Apple Health so it only organizes data from that app into Google’s. It does not link with WearOS so data from the smartwatch does not go directly to Google Fit’s app so that is still a problem for me. I like that it puts the focus on heart health in a “weight watchers” kinda way— points instead of steps or calories to get a bigger picture view of how to improve overall health. But I’m not getting my progress counted from my smartwatch anyways. Overall, Google Fit just organizes information that already exists in a new way. I’m intrigued but probably won’t keep it.
  • Jan 7, 2022

    By Gandelf
    It has some nice features. At least, they would be nice if the program would work. It only records workouts, steps, and heart points if it feels like it. Even when it does feel like it, it's extremely slow to pick up data from my primary device/app combo. It randomly forgets workouts that it has previously credited. (Yesterday, it went back and forth between crediting my afternoon walk or my evening workout--but never both.) The reason I gave it 3 stars instead of 1 is that it is not my primary tracker so when it fails it's no more than irritating. I simply set what it calls goals and I call minimums to something low enough that I can still keep my streak even if it drops half what I do. When it doesn't randomly drop things, it counts steps pretty close to the same as my primary app, and I have the feeling that it counts calories used rather more accurately. The only thing I'd like to see different (other than working properly) is counting heart points on a rolling week instead of Monday to Sunday and then you start over.
  • Works pretty well but has problems Jan 16, 2021

    By bbarinva
    I use this app to track my steps throughout the day. It seems to do a good job keeping track of my steps. I don’t have a watch or fitness tracker so I keep my phone in my hand while I’m walking. This seems to work well but my main problem is as I walk and keep a check on my number of steps, I notice at some point every day I loose heart points. I was up to seven heart points as I was walking to 2000 steps and as I looked to see what I had, my heart points dropped back from 7 to 3. This happens at some point every day. I would like to know why this happens. I don’t slow dawn my pace or change my stride or the way my arms swing as I walk so I don’t know why this happens. I would like an explanation as to why this happens every day during my walk.
  • App not working Jun 15, 2021

    By MAChapa7
    App seems to no longer have the ability to track a workout, only has the ability to add a workout after it’s done. I loved the track feature since I could keep an eye on my distance as I was running. Additionally, it seems like it no longer keeps track of my steps automatically. I have the most updated version, but nothing is being tracked. It always says 0 steps and 0 heart points even after a run.
  • Great app with bad bugs Jan 20, 2021

    By Ukeduke98
    This app hasn’t been updated in two months Google. What’s going on? I’m running into syncing issues with my WearOS watch now that I never had before. I love this app and use it every day, but the lack of continuity between watch and phone has become increasingly frustrated. My phone is still two workouts behind my watch and I did those workouts earlier this week. Please fix this issue, it is incredibly frustrating as a user.
  • Move Points > Steps. Apr 17, 2020

    By Dibabee
    I really liked the app before this new update where the move points were switched with steps. I don’t have the luxury to walk around a lot . At most, I get about 2,000 steps a day. I found it more motivating to log my move points, because it counted for any work out I did. I think steps and move points to be an option and let the user pick which one works best for their fitness lifestyle.
  • Disappointing results Jul 24, 2020

    By Quaked79
    I about died mowing the lawn in the Texas summer. It took me about an hour in the 95* heat that feels like 107*. I wore my Fossil smart watch that’s supposed to pair with this app. My phone told me I took about 500 steps while my watch told me I only took about 1000 steps. Another app usually tells me I walk about 3500 steps. My heart rate went up to 145bpm and I scored no heart points. Yup. Disappointing
  • Doesn’t work very well May 8, 2020

    By agibz
    I have walked the same park for the first two days. Each day it gives me different readings. I walked to the post office yesterday and it didn’t register any steps for the first three blocks. I’m doing this for work. I’m not an avid walker. After the work program ends I won’t continue using this app. I won’t recommend it either.
  • Dec 29, 2021

    By Mario Gutierrez
    Meh. Another Google app that showed great promise, but then does nothing really new and fails to deliver on the actual premise that would have made it invaluable. No one needs another step counter at this point, They're ubiquitous and many of them are far better at it. What would make this a great app is if they delivered on the promise of connectivity. Tie together the various device-based apps that do one (and only one) thing really well and put it all together in one place. I've got a Fitbit app with my steps, a Renpho app with my weight and other body measurements, an iFit app tied to my treadmill that gives detailed info on every run I take, but every one of them sits there out on its own. That's your sweet spot Google -- right there. Give me one place to track, store, and view all my fitness info, and you will have a total winner that I would actually pay for. Instead what you've created is one more app to track my personal info to help you generate ad revenue, but which gives me nothing of real value in return.
  • App won’t sync with Google Fit on Watch Apr 20, 2020

    By skoFalcs
    The whole point of having an app on the phone is that you can track what you’ve been using on your personal fitness device (smart watch, heart rate monitor). For over a week now the app on the phone will not record my workouts that I’ve started from the watch and thusly isn’t syncing the data from watch to phone. Idk what the problem is but it needs to be fixed. First time anything like this has happened on a google device for me
  • Jan 17, 2022

    By Kenzie Hunter
    I guess it app is okay. It does keep track of my walking schedule. Only reason I use this app because I was curious if it actually works. And it does. The only complaints I have with it is it should turn off when you are in the car or something that will make it easier to understand it.
  • Does not sync sleep data from Apple Health app Jan 11, 2022

    By Beebobeebobo
    This app is doing a fine job of tracking/syncing everything in the Apple Health app on my iPhone except sleep data. My steps, distance, workouts, etc. all all fine, but none of my sleep tracking is recognized. I have all of the settings on correctly, I’ve tried uninstalling/reinstalling the app, refreshing the app…everything. Please fix and/or provide guidance.
  • Jan 13, 2022

    By Chris Greene
    App can't equate steps to distance. UGH!!!! How can you have 20k steps, and only 6 miles? I constantly see app adjust distance negatively as my steps increase. Competitor's app shows similar step count, with difference in distance approx. 4 miles. Can't trust any of analytics from this app because algorithm is flawed. Google please investigate.
  • Jan 11, 2022

    By Bukola Ayeni
    Don't bother tracking a workout on your Android/Google watch for it to sync to this app. After a few hours/days, it reduces the calories burned to some stupid number. For example, if you burn 500 cals in a 45 mins workout or run. By the end of the day, it will say you burned 120 cals. Same for Nike workouts synced to Fit. I have to manually record my workouts in the app so that it doesn't adjust later and estimate the cals. This app needs a huge engineering fix!! I expected better from google!
  • Jan 5, 2022

    By Gabrielle Lee Jarrett
    This app is not accurate in the least. I regularly walk 3+ miles a day, using the park's markers to determine how much I walk. The marker will say .58 miles, but this app says .41, and after walking 2.9 miles, the app said 1.8 miles. There's no way I only walked 1.8 miles in an hour, when I knowingly can walk a mile in 20 minutes. Then it doesn't always accurately count the calories expended because, again, it doesn't accurately know how far I walk.
  • Jan 4, 2022

    By Brady Smith
    Can't actually delete your data. I found the feature that lets you track your weight, thought it looked neat. I was adding weekly weight entries from last year, I accidentally added a weight entry for an incorrect date. As it turns out, you canNOT delete weight entries, nor can you edit the date of a weight entry. The only way to delete a weight entry is to delete ALL your weight entries. So I did that, and none of them went away, and the "Delete all Weight Entries" option is now gone. Garbage.
  • Terrible substitute for Fit Bit May 11, 2020

    By LowBatteryWarning
    Absolutely useless. Replaced my old FitBit with a new smart watch that uses WearOS and Google Fit to track activity. I love the watch, but I HATE HATE HATE this app. FitBit offers SO many more things than this one does, nutrition tracking and period tracking among them. And often my watch won’t track my steps or other activity despite the fact that I have it synced with my phone. So I’m reduced to using my watch as a really high-end timepiece instead of the stuff it’s actually intended for, and using my FitBit for actual health tracking.
  • Jan 1, 2022

    By Debra Willendorf
    No longer works with Android 12. Sometimes it does nothing, despite the fact I walked a few miles. All other times it only records less than a mile and shows my route as something totally off what I actually walked. Prior to this it worked just fine.
  • Jan 19, 2022

    By Brandie
    I hate this app so much. If Pokemon go worked with any other app on Android, I would delete this in a hot second. The last few months I've had nothing but problems getting it to consistently track mileage. It crapped out again today, after I took a walk that was about five miles, and tracked ZERO steps. Seriously, I actively hate this app at this point. I does NOT enhance my life or make it easier. **At this point the app craps out every two weeks. Hate hate hate hate hate it.
  • Deleted it at set up Oct 12, 2021

    By Sra4031
    Poorly done app. Opened it up one my iPad and it was small with poor graphics. Looks like maybe the first app ever designed. Gives two choices at start up, to track steps or track heart points. I am doing neither, I am trying to track actual workouts, and calories burns. Did not give it much of a chance beyond this since there are so many activity trackers out there that are better designed. Had better hopes for this having the Google name
  • Jan 21, 2022

    By Jack McDowell
    Ridiculously bad app, which does nothing well. I installed this app as it is the only sync option for my omron scale, thinking I could have all my health info synced to the app, including my Fitbit... But oh no, even though Google owns Fitbit, there is no native way of syncing the Fitbit information. So instead I need a separate app to do the actual syncing. Since this app counts steps, it will double count after sync. This is just a gimmick (camera HR sensor?) Ad pushing useless app.
  • Jan 14, 2022

    By David Struff
    Whatever they did last year to change sleep tracking has made that feature useless now. It shows I'm asleep at times when I'm not such as two nights ago when I was driving for 90 minutes; this app showed me asleep but the Samsung app on my phone correctly knew my actual sleep time was 3 hours later than this app.
  • Jan 24, 2022

    By Melanie Heins
    Maybe if we were all perfect robots and never made typos or mistakes I'd like this app better. As others have stated there is no way to delete or change date on any entries be that weight, exercise, cycles etc. Every other app has this and until it's added this app is worthless. My weight and cycles are currently unfixable unless I purge all the data, which at that point, why continue using this app.

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