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Google Fit: Health and Activity Tracking

Google Fit: Health and Activity Tracking

Google LLC

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

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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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • May 10, 2021

    By M
    Does not work. I've watched it on several occasions count 1 step for every 15 to 30 actual steps. Even using a fitness tracker that is synced to Google Fit doesn't help. I think Google only cares about accessing your data and they don't really care if this works or not. I would recommend finding an alternative because there has to be something better and using Fit is a terrible experience. Google will probably just discountinue it once they've harvested the data they want like so many other apps
  • Apr 26, 2021

    By Mikey Diamond
    This is the most POINTLESS app EVER!!! It counts steps if and when it feels like. I've literally got to put my hand in my pocket and hold it close to my leg for it to count my steps. Even then, it doesn't always work! It's so infuriating! I do about 5000 steps and it tells me I've only done 177?! Walk a out all day with my phone and it says I've done 46 steps. What a whole load of rubbish I'm deleting it right away and getting something that a tally works!
  • May 10, 2021

    By ROB Lambda
    The app stopped working after the latest update. I was tracking daily walks and runs after school/work w my son. Edit: after the recent update, it's completely stopped tracking steps most of the time. Update 5/9/2021: maps and routes taken no longer show in the newest update. I shouldn't have updated from the version that was working!
  • Apr 30, 2021

    By Peter Bain
    This app is broken, plain and simple. Up until a few months ago, it tracked my activities pretty accurately, but as of December 2020, I'm lucky if it even records my activity, never mind the finer details. Support for this issue is abysmal as it's clearly been going on for months but no new solutions are being offered. And to top it off, the Play Store app crashed three times trying to write this review.
  • May 2, 2021

    By S D
    Used to love this app, but it's become useless in the past few weeks. Heart points keep disappearing, data changes after being recorded, the journal never knows what day it is. For a few days some weeks ago, it wasn't showing any data at all. Eventually it came back, but it's been touch and go since then. Switched to Samsung Health, and it's been great.
  • May 7, 2021

    By overcooked noodle
    Update. Okay I'm REALLY disappointed in Google, like bro, the issue "not being able to login" is a trending issues since 2020, like wth? Where's the fix google? Your community managers SUCK! They give the most common replies to the problems. And for some reason you guys lock the thread making it even harder to find replies that actually teaches you how to solve it. I'll keep an eye on the update.
  • May 2, 2021

    By sean barker
    ZERO STARS!!! Why did they take away the ability for android watch to track your strength training by movement!!! That is the reason I got a Android watch and use this app!!!! I can no longer track my exercises by different lifts, time, reps and sets!!! I loved having a journal of my workouts, bring it back!!! I emailed about this issues and your email does not work, what are you doing Google??!!!!
  • May 1, 2021

    By Mindi
    This app is garbage. Doesn't sync with any of my devices that are connected to it. Only tracks through my phone and I refuse to carry my phone every second - especially when I'm exercising. It appears to be nothing but one more ploy to convince you to let Google track every inch that you move on this planet. Just stick with your fitness device of choice and the matching app. Kick this junk to the curb.
  • 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
  • Apr 27, 2021

    By Tom Johnston
    This isn't a review, but the ability to issue a bug report and have it discussed is limited so... Currently (after an update?) Google Fit is reading and re-reading data that it used to import just fine, but is now re-sending and recording as "new"...over and over. I have the Android version and am version 10+ something or other, so when i go to Journal to "Edit" and remove data, THERE IS NO EDIT BUTTON. Do you guys at Google ever actually test this stuff before release? Is just directing folks to the same bad (and old) advice consider "Tech Support"? Just curious and looking at similar apps that might work more consistently.

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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
  • 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
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Can we have cycle tracking in the app Jan 20, 2021

    By wt07
    As titled. Otherwise love this app as for an activity tracking app
  • I love all google apps Apr 19, 2021

    By هه ريم حسن محمد
    Great app. Thank you google and waiting for more features.
  • Apple watch complication please Apr 25, 2019

    By Michsuedg
    Move and heart points, thank you
  • It ok Aug 18, 2019

    By lucylu504
    I need to know how to connect the google fit app with the Walgreens 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Great Improvements Jul 2, 2019

    By RmLJr
    Google has slowly made many improvements over the life of this app. Now that Google Fit runs on iOS, I find the “Journal” to be very useful in collecting all workout and sleep data from multiple sources and grouping the data chronologically for easier access.
  • More activities would be nice Jul 22, 2020

    By Underratedtoxic12
    I would love to see more activities listed like pushups and sit ups would be nice a way to track my calories and more!!!
  • Apple Watch Jul 20, 2020

    By KaRéèm
    If you could connect it with apple watch and read the exercise and sleeping data from it
  • Good app Dec 4, 2019

    By Saki12347753266
    Pls make it available for Apple Watch We need it so much
  • Love to app May 9, 2019

    By Blink200
    But I was wondering will there be Apple Watch support anytime soon.
  • nice UI,and but we need jin unit Apr 26, 2019

    By old user nick
    love Google family,nice UI,and but we need jin unit
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • May 3, 2021

    By Potter Shaw
    Really buggy; seems to short change me on distance even though map shows correct route. It needs a more powerful editing function NEW!!!As time goes by; it is performing much better. One more 🌟it now is nearly useless!! I uninstalled/ reinstalled still can't refresh journal. Records properly sometimes; then journal shows bad data. It ain't worth the aggravation 3/28/ 2021 Currently; sleep is not recording. Journal fail to refresh. Uninstalled/ reinstalled. Journal now refreshing. Still no sleep
  • 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.
  • 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
  • Apr 29, 2021

    By Lisa Imberi
    It used to work fine but the past few days it's been recording far too many heart points. I looked for an update but there isn't one. A few weeks ago it was showing both steps and heart points at zero, I did the force update and it was working fine, until a couple days ago when it started recording way too many heart points. I have an Android Note 9 phone and Michael Kors smartwatch. Update 04-29-2021: I tried to get help via the website below. I had to disable it on my watch and reinable it.
  • 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.
  • Apr 26, 2021

    By Sudha Upadhyayula
    I have always used it and found it simple and useful. I feel there is some bug in it. Yesterday, after some walking of 8000+steps, I saw the km mentioned as 5+ but after completing 10k km, it showed 4.8 km. Please check. Online calculation showed 10k steps equal to 8 km approximately. This again happened today, Apr 26. I saw it was more than 5.5 km in between and them walked for 20 more minutes. The steps show 8000+ but km dropped to 3.4 funnily.
  • 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
  • May 11, 2021

    By Yengkokpam Pradip
    The app is easy to used but the problem is app not functioning properly.When I checked in my inbuilt step checker there's a difference of 3500 steps.The inbuilt apps have 3500 more steps than this app idk know what is happening even when it is started at the same time in the first morning.Even the heart pts shown by the app is also not come to the goal even when the steps is already over 300+ the daily goal.Then why is the app showing the heart pts automatically when we enter the goal(steps)?
  • Latest version created new bugs Sep 1, 2020

    By sj9375
    I used to like this app a lot, but since updating to the latest version, whenever I log a high intensity workout for say 45 minutes, it says my move minutes is only 20. Please fix this bug- this was easily my favorite app but now I’m getting frustrated as this isn’t tracking my activity correctly
  • Fossil Gen 5E and app don’t sync Mar 30, 2021

    By Dainty Blossom Designs
    The app on iPhone and the watch used to sync and the Google Fit app showed all the stats of my workout. Now it doesn’t. I didn’t change any settings. Even the steps on my watch are different than the steps showing up on the app. Crap. Other than that, if it worked properly it would be a great app
  • Used to track Jan 31, 2021

    By SLPtundra
    Fit used to track where I walked or biked, knew the difference and tracked the miles. Now everything must be entered manually. I have messed with this app, thinking it was a user error. More often then not I forget to do it so as a result, I am going to delete it. If I have to enter manually I might as well use a journal.
  • Incorrect trackers Jul 14, 2020

    By Bidish Halder
    It picks up the steps from iOS, that’s why atleast somewhat shows nearby value. Distance - way off based, calories burn estimation - bogus. Can’t differentiate between step lengths like walking & running. Don’t have capability to measure floors climbed. Over all just serves step count and that too iOS integrated info.
  • Not accurate Sep 24, 2019

    By MARSGRAFX
    This thing goes up and down.. I worked out for and hour and I saw it going up and down. Taking gains away from me. And the. One day it shows too much maybe. It's just not accurate I feel and really anoying. Why does it go up and down the heart points. ????
  • Not good Dec 3, 2019

    By peacehammer123
    I’d used this app to track steps with my Samsung. I could get a bar graph of steps day by day. On the iPhone 11, bar graphs are only for “heart points” and “move minutes” which for me are worthless, made up terms to make the app look like it does something. Deleted.
  • Google Fit not showing up in MyFitnessPal Aug 11, 2019

    By Bob Higenboker
    I've seen videos and instructions on how to connect my Google Fit with MyFitnessPal but when I go to add the connection in MFP, Google Fit does not show up... Please help. Is this a Google Fit or MFP issue?
  • Could be a great app Dec 7, 2020

    By Cherry12345677910111213
    This app could be awesome but alas it counts steps and heart points while you are driving so if you drive often (like I do) the results will be far from accurate.
  • May 10, 2021

    By M
    Does not work. I've watched it on several occasions count 1 step for every 15 to 30 actual steps. Even using a fitness tracker that is synced to Google Fit doesn't help. I think Google only cares about accessing your data and they don't really care if this works or not. I would recommend finding an alternative because there has to be something better and using Fit is a terrible experience. Google will probably just discountinue it once they've harvested the data they want like so many other apps
  • Apr 26, 2021

    By Mikey Diamond
    This is the most POINTLESS app EVER!!! It counts steps if and when it feels like. I've literally got to put my hand in my pocket and hold it close to my leg for it to count my steps. Even then, it doesn't always work! It's so infuriating! I do about 5000 steps and it tells me I've only done 177?! Walk a out all day with my phone and it says I've done 46 steps. What a whole load of rubbish I'm deleting it right away and getting something that a tally works!
  • May 10, 2021

    By ROB Lambda
    The app stopped working after the latest update. I was tracking daily walks and runs after school/work w my son. Edit: after the recent update, it's completely stopped tracking steps most of the time. Update 5/9/2021: maps and routes taken no longer show in the newest update. I shouldn't have updated from the version that was working!
  • Apr 30, 2021

    By Peter Bain
    This app is broken, plain and simple. Up until a few months ago, it tracked my activities pretty accurately, but as of December 2020, I'm lucky if it even records my activity, never mind the finer details. Support for this issue is abysmal as it's clearly been going on for months but no new solutions are being offered. And to top it off, the Play Store app crashed three times trying to write this review.
  • May 2, 2021

    By S D
    Used to love this app, but it's become useless in the past few weeks. Heart points keep disappearing, data changes after being recorded, the journal never knows what day it is. For a few days some weeks ago, it wasn't showing any data at all. Eventually it came back, but it's been touch and go since then. Switched to Samsung Health, and it's been great.
  • May 7, 2021

    By overcooked noodle
    Update. Okay I'm REALLY disappointed in Google, like bro, the issue "not being able to login" is a trending issues since 2020, like wth? Where's the fix google? Your community managers SUCK! They give the most common replies to the problems. And for some reason you guys lock the thread making it even harder to find replies that actually teaches you how to solve it. I'll keep an eye on the update.
  • May 2, 2021

    By sean barker
    ZERO STARS!!! Why did they take away the ability for android watch to track your strength training by movement!!! That is the reason I got a Android watch and use this app!!!! I can no longer track my exercises by different lifts, time, reps and sets!!! I loved having a journal of my workouts, bring it back!!! I emailed about this issues and your email does not work, what are you doing Google??!!!!
  • May 1, 2021

    By Mindi
    This app is garbage. Doesn't sync with any of my devices that are connected to it. Only tracks through my phone and I refuse to carry my phone every second - especially when I'm exercising. It appears to be nothing but one more ploy to convince you to let Google track every inch that you move on this planet. Just stick with your fitness device of choice and the matching app. Kick this junk to the curb.
  • Apr 27, 2021

    By Tom Johnston
    This isn't a review, but the ability to issue a bug report and have it discussed is limited so... Currently (after an update?) Google Fit is reading and re-reading data that it used to import just fine, but is now re-sending and recording as "new"...over and over. I have the Android version and am version 10+ something or other, so when i go to Journal to "Edit" and remove data, THERE IS NO EDIT BUTTON. Do you guys at Google ever actually test this stuff before release? Is just directing folks to the same bad (and old) advice consider "Tech Support"? Just curious and looking at similar apps that might work more consistently.
  • May 7, 2021

    By Ryan Atkins
    Broken. Got this app because I liked having all my activity grouped together. Worked perfectly until a few weeks ago and now heart points are all over the place. Last week did an activity for 82 points. Same activity for this week gets 4. I like the idea of the heart points but at the rate they are being given out, it's becoming de-motivating. Giving you a little time to fix before uninstalling and moving on. This app is useless the way it is now.

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