Google Fit, the fitness tracking application that was upgraded on Android a year ago, has appeared on iOS. The application blends with Apple Health, which means your advancement in other Health-cooperative applications like Nike Run Club, Sleep Cycle, and Headspace will subsidize towards your Google Fit objectives. The iOS application matches up with both the Apple Watch and Wear OS gadgets.
Google’s fitness app is designed around the idea of closing rings to hit activity goals based on recommendations from the American Heart Association and World Health Organization. That’s roughly 150 minutes of “moderate” activity a week, and 75 minutes of “vigorous” activity. The system is based around two metrics: Move Minutes, or the time you were active, and Heart Points, the intensity of the activity.