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Updated Google Fit Will Count Number of Calories Burnt in a Day

by Shirley Johanna on May 16, 2015 at 10:59 AM
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Updated Google Fit Will Count Number of Calories Burnt in a Day

The updated Google Fit app with new features like calorie count helps the user to track the calories burnt by estimating the distance traveled by the user.

Users just have to enter their height, weight, and gender in the Google Fit profile and the app will make the calculations.

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The new update has also made the app more user-friendly for those in Google's smartwatch ecosystem as there's now a custom Android Wear watch face that displays the Google Fit activity ring showing how many minutes of activity you've done toward your daily goal.

The updated app is available now in the Google Play store.

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