Connect other apps to Google Fit to get all your fitness information in one place, and use Google Fit as a single entry point for your fitness data. You can control which data is shared with third party apps you choose to connect with Google Fit.
You can control whether Google Fit shares your Google Fit data with other apps. Connected apps are subject to policies that prohibit them from sharing your Google Fit data with data brokers or resellers.
You can review what types of data apps will access when you connect them to Google Fit, and you can disconnect apps at any time.
When you allow other apps to share data to Google Fit, Google Fit uses that data to help you track your activities and give you analytics. Your Google Fit data is stored securely on Google servers. If you lose or change your device, your data is backed up on Google servers from the Google Fit app with your Google Account.
You can choose to share your Google Fit data with other third party apps. Connected apps may request access to your Google Fit data, but you control what types of data other apps can access, and you can revoke access at any time.
All developers are subject to the Google Fit Developer and User Data Policy when they access Fit data.
- Open Google Fit .
- At the bottom, tap Profile.
- At the top, tap Settings Manage connected apps.
- To review the apps connected to Google Fit, tap the Down arrow Google Fit apps & devices.
- To disconnect, tap on the app Disconnect Disconnect.