Here’s the new Google Fit design and features coming to Wear OS
Earlier this month, Google announced an update for the Google Fit app on Android and Wear OS with a redesigned UI and new features. The update brought a new easy-to-view hub on the Google Fit app on Android, which summarizes your metrics, daily and weekly goals for Heart Points and Steps, and your most recent workout. The hub also displays your heart rate, weight, and blood pressure trends over time. The app also received a redesigned home screen with quick access to sleep analytics.
For Wear OS devices, Google introduced new tiles for your recent workouts and important metrics. But the company didn’t go into too many details about these new tiles at the time. Google has now finally released more information about the Google Fit update for Wear OS devices, and here’s what it looks like:
The Google Fit update for Wear OS devices aims to offer an improved user experience with a fresh new design. As seen in our previous coverage, the updated design shows you all the important metrics with two tiles dedicated to your performance. Swiping to the right on these tiles gives you quick access to your media controls and settings during your workout.
If you’re out running, the app will push alerts for each kilometer/mile you cover and show you split time at a glance. It will also give you updates on your performance in comparison with your last split.