Google Fit, the fitness tracking app that was redesigned on Android last year, came to iOS. The app integrates with Apple Health, which means that your progress in other Health compatible apps like Nike Run Club, Sleep Cycle and Headspace will contribute to your Google Fit goals. The iOS application is synchronized with Apple Watch and Wear operating system devices.
Google's fitness application is designed around the idea of closing rings to achieve activity goals based on the recommendations of the American Heart Association and the World Health Organization. That is approximately 150 minutes of "moderate" activity per week and 75 minutes of "vigorous" activity. The system is based on two metrics: Move minutes, or the time you were active, and Heart Points, the intensity of the activity.
Some of the functions of Google Fit were already available on iOS through the Adjust section of the Wear OS application for anyone with a Wear OS smart watch, but the new standalone application works with the Apple Watch and integrates with Apple Health Google Fit is available in the App Store starting today.