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Google Fit: Health and Activity Tracking

Google Fit: Health and 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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  • 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.
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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.
    more
  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • Jul 30, 2020

    By Matt Potterton
    Unable to use application - only reports an inability to log in with the "can't verify your account" error message. No amount of uninstalling or installing or connection type yields any progress. App is garbage. Update 7/29/20: after installing the app today it looks to have begun working again, I can only assume Google updated something since I uninstalled it a couple months ago!
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  • Jul 28, 2020

    By Mr J D Field
    The app crashes every time I open it with my Pixel 3a. What info I can see about my workouts seems to be about half a day out of sync, it massively underestimates heart points for a bike ride (unless using a heart rate monitor) and whenever I try and view an activity or add one manually, it hangs. Not recommended. Further to the reply from Google: Thanks for taking the time to reply, I have tried to do as you have asked and report in-app, but it doesn't work for long enough before crashing!
    more
  • Jul 28, 2020

    By Wolfgang Rupprecht
    Needs more work. I'm using on a Pixel 3xl with the lastest Android updates. The tracking position is highly inaccurate and the maps for a 5 mile loop are often polygons with only a few straight lines. I miss mytracks, which did a much better job. The total distance on good days is 10% - 15% low compared to a Garmin GPS. On bad days the distance shown will actually reset itself some time around 9pm to show only 1/4 the previously shown distance for that day. This program could use some serious testing and better defensive programming. Not Google's best work.
    more
  • 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
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  • Jul 16, 2020

    By Gia B
    I used this app a while ago, it was ok, so I figured I should download again. However, once I try to log in I get the error "can't verify your account. Check your internet connection." I uninstalled and reinstalled the app 3 times, switched between multiple wifi connections, and shut down my phone. Nothing worked. I'll change my review once this gets fixed.
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  • 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.
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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.
    more
  • 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
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  • Excellent Jun 23, 2019

    By Frankxcameron
    Google Fit has assisted me to begin a walking program and lose 70 lbs. The latest update has shown me how by increasing my walking speed is better for my heart with the blessings of the American Heart Association. Thank you Google.
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  • Best app to visualize your health data Jul 21, 2020

    By zlo1bubr
    I just recently discovered this app. For me it is very helpful to see pace and heart rate charts on the same scale together. Great visualization, glad to see heart points. Great app and nicely designed.
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  • Great, Nice, and Perfect Apps... May 14, 2020

    By Kimboo's
    Very usefull and works as advertised... *Please add “Flights Climbed” to be read from Apple Health App on the coming updates. That’s the only one missing. I recommend this app to a friend.
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  • 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.
    more
  • 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.
    more
  • Jul 21, 2020

    By Richie williams
    The problem I've been having with the app lately is that when I finished my workout (for example) 3 miles, it goes back a little in distance and takes away my efforts. I just finished 100 miles for the month of July and took a screenshot of the month page. When I opened the app back up it went back to 99.75.
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  • Jul 16, 2020

    By Brittany Childers
    Having trouble figuring out how to link my sleep app that says it's compatible with Google fit but other than that I really like the steps and heart points to make sure I at least get my minimums in. Also extremely helpful with weight tracking. Considering getting a compatible wireless scale that automatically logs my weight in the app. Very helpful with keeping track of my goals and gives me that little extra umph to push a little harder. Love Google fit and can't wait for updates to come!!
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  • Jul 19, 2020

    By Vilas Shetkar
    There should be option to track heart rate manually. Because why we buy heart rate watch if we have other heart rate monitors like BP monitor also shows heartrate and pulse oximeter is good device. But these devices are not able connect to google fit. So we can't track heartrate. Because there is no option to track heartrate manually. I'll give 5 star after this feature included. Bye the way app is overall good. Thanks.
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  • 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.
    more
  • Jul 30, 2020

    By Matt Potterton
    Unable to use application - only reports an inability to log in with the "can't verify your account" error message. No amount of uninstalling or installing or connection type yields any progress. App is garbage. Update 7/29/20: after installing the app today it looks to have begun working again, I can only assume Google updated something since I uninstalled it a couple months ago!
    more
  • 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.
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  • What about people taking beta blockers? Apr 24, 2019

    By Toggled
    I’m taking a beta blocker to treat afib and my resting pulse is about 20 bpm lower than it was before I started. Exercise for me doesn’t hit a level high enough to trigger “exercise” on the Apple Watch or heart points here. Please consider asking users during setup if they are taking beta blockers and adjusting the threshold down a bit for earning heart points for us who are. Thanks.
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  • Jul 27, 2020

    By Danielle Waters
    Nice UI, but lacking elsewhere. Love the simplicity and aesthetic of the Google Fit app but I'm completely stumped as to why you wouldn't use your own Clock app (Bedtime Feature) to track and update the sleep tracking chart in your Fit app?! You have to use a 3rd party app for this...? Hoping the Fit product roadmap is looking full with improvements over the coming months!
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  • 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
    more
  • Jul 27, 2020

    By Edo Alva
    Very bad for an app created by Google. My activities messed up, health points have no basis, calories calculated in a very sketchy way, and most annoyingly, my walking / running / biking route change on its own. Steps and range change and always lower than actual for some reason. I welcome if Google want to analyze data with their own algorithm but why don't just follow the presentable data provided already by my fitness tracking device? Let it gather the data then show to me properly.
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  • Jul 15, 2020

    By TAKASHI YOSHIHARA
    This app was great until I updated to the latest version. After I installed it, the step counts and heart points are reset in random time. Although I had 10,000step and 30heart point in both Google wear watch and phone in the afternoon, in the evening both indicates 0 step and 0 heart points all of sudden. This happens 2days in a roll soon after this update. This version is unreliable to track my activity.
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  • Jul 17, 2020

    By Kristine Antonette Mortega
    It's not yet so accurate, at least in my experience (I am a new user of the app, around two weeks as of this writing July 17th, 2020). This may sound weird but it has logged activities that I haven't entered/inputted or done. Also, I find modifying some items difficult. Would have been a great health monitoring app, otherwise.
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  • Jul 19, 2020

    By Sebi Toa
    Since the website has been shutdown this app seems almost useless. There's no place to view stats in a nice and organized way. It tracks cycling automatically, but you can't import the data anywhere in a simple way. Most integrations just import data in Google fit, but since this app does not have a decent dashboard, that is useless
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  • Jul 28, 2020

    By Mr J D Field
    The app crashes every time I open it with my Pixel 3a. What info I can see about my workouts seems to be about half a day out of sync, it massively underestimates heart points for a bike ride (unless using a heart rate monitor) and whenever I try and view an activity or add one manually, it hangs. Not recommended. Further to the reply from Google: Thanks for taking the time to reply, I have tried to do as you have asked and report in-app, but it doesn't work for long enough before crashing!
    more
  • Jul 28, 2020

    By Wolfgang Rupprecht
    Needs more work. I'm using on a Pixel 3xl with the lastest Android updates. The tracking position is highly inaccurate and the maps for a 5 mile loop are often polygons with only a few straight lines. I miss mytracks, which did a much better job. The total distance on good days is 10% - 15% low compared to a Garmin GPS. On bad days the distance shown will actually reset itself some time around 9pm to show only 1/4 the previously shown distance for that day. This program could use some serious testing and better defensive programming. Not Google's best work.
    more
  • Jul 16, 2020

    By Gia B
    I used this app a while ago, it was ok, so I figured I should download again. However, once I try to log in I get the error "can't verify your account. Check your internet connection." I uninstalled and reinstalled the app 3 times, switched between multiple wifi connections, and shut down my phone. Nothing worked. I'll change my review once this gets fixed.
    more
  • 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.
    more
  • Jul 18, 2020

    By Kamal Bhagia
    Worst tracking app, I'm walking more than 12000 steps a day and it never counted more than 4900 steps, when i connected my fitness band with 0 steps, after connecting my all steps went to zero, and after few days i had completed 10000+ steps (according to my band) but it just showed 9970 steps, worst worst worst. And also running 3567 steps it rewise to 2500 steps and stopped tracking, i uninstalled it and again reinstalled it but no luck, before uninstalling i updated it but no improvement.
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