Google Fit, a fitness tracking application that was redesigned on Android last year, came to iOS. The app integrates with Apple Health, which means your progress in other applications that are compatible with health, such as Nike Run Club, Sleep Cicle and Headspace, which will contribute to your Google Fit goals. The iOS app syncs with Apple Vatch and Vear OS.
Google's fitness app has been designed around the idea of closing the ring to achieve the goals of the activities based on the recommendations of the American Heart Association and the World Health Organization. It's about 150 minutes of "moderate" activity per week, and 75 minutes of "energetic" activities. The system is based on two metrics: Move the minutes, or the time you were active, and Heart Points, the intensity of the activity.
Some of the features of Google Fit have already been available on iOS through the Fit section of the Vear OS application for everyone with Vear OS smartvatch, but the new standalone app works with Apple Vatch and is integrated with Apple Health. Google Fit is available today in the App Store.