6.8.2019 08:54 am
In addition to tracking user exercise and helping them reach fitness goals, Google Fit now also tracks your sleep patterns.
Since 2014, Google Fit has been helping users track their daily physical activity, set fitness goals, live healthier lifestyles with the help of integrated tools built in collaboration with the American Heart Association. Google Fit's Product Manager Defne Gurel announced Friday that the app can now offer users more comprehensive sleep insights, too.
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They fear things such as being judged on their weight, as well as for not using equipment properly or doing exercises correctly.
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