Google Fit just became a lot more useful for people setting fitness goals. The app's latest update brings with it the ability to show you how close you are to reaching those goals by estimating calories burned, as well as distance traveled. Google Fit has also added a new way to view your history.
Also, you'll now have a new way to look back over your fitness history. As you scroll down your timeline you'll be able to look at your activities grouped by days, weeks or months and get a sense of how your activities impact your fitness over time.
For fast access to your progress, Google Fit has also added a widget for your phone. Android Wear device owners can also make use of the Google Fit watch face, for a quick glance at your progress.
Make sure you grab the latest version of Google Fit from the Google Play Store
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