Among other things, smartphones can be a great tool for monitoring health. One of the most popular health tracking apps is Google Fit, which Google takes good care of and regularly improves with new features. This week he gets another news called Walking at pace, which is reported by the XDA Developers portal.
Walking in pace will let you go by the metronome
After the update, the feature will appear as a new tab on the app’s home page. When you click “Try walking on a pace,” the app will give you a small preview of how the news works.
You will then be able to choose the tempo speed (by default the application will set you 100 steps per minute). After confirmation, the application will start playing the metronome, according to which you have to maintain the pace of walking. However, you don’t just have to listen to the metronome during your quick walk, you can also play music or podcasts.
The Walking in Pace function has been available for some users since version 2.57.16 and will gradually reach all users.
Google is also preparing to monitor blood glucose levels
Google is also reportedly working on a new feature that will allow users to monitor their blood glucose levels, possibly by entering values manually. However, this feature is still under development and is not yet available in the application.
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