Google centralizes health and fitness app data in new service

PARIS, May 13 (Benin News/EP) –

Google Developed a new application which aims to Synchronize health and physical activity data of various Android applications, with the aim of centralizing them in one place where they can be managed.

Applications that users use on devices such as mobiles or watches to record information about their physical activity, health or well-being will be able to synchronize this data to a new service, health connectionwhere they will be centralized.

Users will find in this application a center for managing the data collected by health and fitness applications. they can check the data they access, grant permission Or remove them, as explained on the Android Developers Blog.

Recorded data is reviewed by category, Such as activity, body records, menstrual cycle, sleep, nutrition and vital signs. but in personal applications,

For now, the app is part of the API for developers, and is available in the Google Play Store with early access for Android device users.

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