Google’s fitness tracking app “Google Fit” is getting a new design that puts the user’s step count front and center.
According to the news report, “Google Fit” was launched last year April on iOS with an interface located around Move Minutes and Heart Points, based on the American Heart Association and World Health Organization recommendations for weekly physical activity.
The activity data points were seen with two rings that track the progress of the whole day. Once a week’s update is installed, the Move Minutes will be replaced with your steps goal, and Heart Points get a more prominent visualization under the rings.
When a daily goal is met, there are new celebrations, while the update also introduces a bolder and brighter design overall. The most interesting part is that the fitness tracking app can track workout sessions completed with both an Apple Watch or a Wear OS smartwatch.
It also incorporates movement data from apps connected to Apple Health, such as Sleep Cycle, Nike Run Club, and Headspace. You can download the Google Fit app for iPhone for free from the App Store.