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Accessibility in Google Fit

With Google Fit, you can measure, track and store your fitness information. If you turn on accessibility features, you can have your screen read the data to you.

You can use Android accessibility features like TalkBack, BrailleBack applications and special accessibility features to:

  • Check your activity summary
  • Browse your timeline
  • See details of a specific session

To learn how to turn accessibility features on, visit the Android Accessibility Help Centre.

Get started with TalkBack

You can turn on TalkBack on your device if you tap Settings Settings and then Accessibility. Get help with TalkBack setup here.

If you need more help navigating TalkBack, read the following articles.

Navigate Fit

When you open Fit, you can choose to:

  • Check how long you’ve been active: You can touch a summary of the day’s activity in the centre of the screen.
  • Browse summaries of past days’ activities: To see how many steps you’ve taken or how long you’ve been active on a past day, scroll down the app’s front page.
  • Get details of a past day’s activity: To get a more detailed breakdown of your activity on a specific day, double-tap the day’s activity summary.

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