Your Wear OS watch can help you track fitness info, like steps taken, calories burned, heart rate, and workouts. You can find this info in the Google Fit app on your watch.
- You can usually find Google Fit on your Wear OS watch already. If it’s not there, you can download it from the Play Store on your watch.
- You can also download Google Fit on the phone that’s paired with your watch. Learn how to set up Google Fit app.
Track your activities with Google Fit
Google Fit works best if you use the app on both your watch and your phone. Then you can get more info and sync your data between your phone, watch, and other apps.
You’ll find your Google Fit data on both your phone and watch when both devices are turned on. If the 2 devices are far apart from each other, they’ll sync their data when they're close together again.
If you use Google Fit only on your watch, you can:
- Find how many steps you took in the past 7 days.
- Find your past 10 heart rate measurements.
If you also install the app on a connected phone, you can also:
- Count reps of squats, push-ups, and sit-ups.
- Find distance and calories burned.
- Connect to other apps and services like MyFitnessPal, Runkeeper, and Strava.
Set up Google Fit on your watch & phone
Find your fitness info on your watch
- If your screen is dim, tap it to wake up the watch.
- To find a list of your apps, press the Power button.
- Open the Google Fit app .
- If you haven’t set up Fit already, follow the on-screen instructions.
- You’ll find your Steps and Heart Points on the screen.
- Scroll to find your steps and overall distance.
- Tap an option to get more details.