In August last year, Google Fit was completely revised with new features, the "Material" theme on the Android platform, and an outstanding role in the Wear OS. Thanks to this new focus on a Google mobile phone next month, kills a Web client on the desktop service
Anxiety was announced this week by a large orange banner at the top of the file fit.google.com, which provides a lengthy explanation. Google turns off the client on the desktop to "focus on adding new features that enhance the Google Fit mobile and smart hours experience." The website will continue to work until Wednesday, March 19th.
Google Fit devotes you to a healthier and more active lifestyle, and facilitates healthy behavioral change. Last year, we redesigned Google Fit with new goals based on the recommendations of the American Heart Association and the Physical Activity of the World Health Organization, adding breath and home screen widgets as well as the 30-day challenge of the new year. As we continue to focus on adding new features that enhance the Google Fit mobile and smart watch experience, we will exclude this website from Google Fit on March 19, 2019.
Last year, the service update did not extend to the web. Today it still retains the original design of the material and a red heart icon, while the lack of Move Minutes and Heart Points. Counting the steps, distance and activity are still on the Internet after the redesign, but the lack of new Fit metrics is likely to indicate that the days of the website were limited.
In addition to displaying indicators and recent actions on a larger screen, the web surpassed the display of a long-term monthly view of your activity. Users can also record weight and other activities that have not been recorded.
For users of the phone and the Wear OS program, Google promises to "add new features". The Android app is a good example of the subject matter, while now it is away from the clock. Recent updates added a few widgets for the desktop and breathing exercises on clothes. Google has also been challenging the New Year to encourage people to be more active, with 325,000 people involved.
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