With Google Fit, you can keep all your fitness information tied to your Google Account and share it with the other apps and devices you use to stay healthy. When you want to check in or get insights about your activities, open Google Fit.
You can grant apps access to the data, and remove this access at any time in the Google Fit settings. You can also delete the data stored in Google Fit at any time. Learn more about How connected app sharing works with your Google Fit data.
Sync other apps with Fit
Some other apps can share information with Fit so you can see your fitness data in one place. You need to connect an app with Health to share its data with Fit.
You can control which apps share data with Fit.
- On your iPhone, open the Google Fit app .
- Tap Profile Settings .
- Tap Manage connected apps.
- To stop sharing info between Fit and another app, tap on the app Remove access OK.
If you disconnect an app from Google Fit, it will be disconnected on all devices where that app is installed. Disconnecting an app will not delete any data that the app stored in Google Fit.
Types of data Google Fit stores
Activity information is data about your physical activity.
Activity information can include step count, calories burned, and speed for activities like running, walking, or biking. When you let an app see activity information, that app can view all activity information stored in Google Fit, including information collected and stored by Google and other apps.
Location data is information about where you are and where you have been.
With location data, the app can indicate statistics, like how far you've run or how fast you were cycling. If you let an app see your location data, that app can use the location data stored in Google Fit by other apps.
Nutrition and hydration
If you enter nutrition and hydration information through a connected app, Google Fit will track your food and drink.
Nutrition and hydration information can include caloric intake, macronutrients, micronutrients, and water intake.