Google Health Connect App Beta is Available on Play Store

Google Health Connect App is Now Available on Play Store as a Public Beta

Google's Health Connect app is a new way to share and manage health and fitness data from different apps and services. It allows developers to build seamless integrations and read in new data without having to build and maintain multiple API connections. It also makes it easier to manage privacy settings and see which apps have recently accessed your data.

It is still in beta, but is available for download from the Google Play Store. It has integrations with popular health and fitness tracking apps, including Samsung Health, Fitbit, MyFitnessPal, and Peloton. It also offers support for the Peloton fitness trackers. Users will have to grant permission for each app to access their health data.

The beta version of the app is designed for Android users and aims to be similar to the Apple Health app. It allows you to track your activity with multiple fitness apps in one place, with data synchronised between devices. It was first unveiled at Google I/O 2022 earlier this year. Google wants to give users control over the monitoring of their health data, so they can decide which apps can access it. The new app will also work with Samsung's new wearables, the Galaxy Watch 5 series.

The new app makes managing your health data easier, allowing you to manage privacy settings in one place. It offers granular controls, which makes it easier for users to control their privacy and share their data. It is still available as a beta, and only Android users can download it. Google has yet to announce a release date for the app.

Chandeshawar Singh

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