You’ve got data pouring in from your connected fitness tracker, your smartphone, your smartwatch, the smart scales in your bathroom and the dieting app you use to log your meals—so how do you get all of this information in one place? It isn’t easy, but here are a few pointers to help. Fortunately for those looking to consolidate their health and fitness data, most of these services have APIs, so there are options for pooling stats from different devices and apps. It’s what Google and Apple have been trying to do with their own health and fitness portals, though with a limited amount of success so far. Advertisement Using Google Fit Google Fit now comes as standard on Nexus and Pixel devices, using the sensors packed into your phone (or Android Wear watch) to keep track of steps, sleep, and other measurements automatically. As you would expect from Google, it’s slick and available on the web, but we’re yet seeing much in the way of support from non-Google devices, even though Google Fit was first announced way back in summer 2014. Advertisement There are a decent number of apps that work with Fit: Strava, Sleep As Android, and Runtastic, for… Read full this story
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