Google rumored to unveil Google Fit, its health and fitness wearable

Google Fit, the company's rumored health and fitness wearable that should be unveiled at Google I/O later this month.

| Jun 13, 2014 at 5:24 am CDT

Google I/O kicks off at the end of the month, where we should hear about a slew of new devices and services, with one of those being Google Fit. Google Fit is rumored to be Google's new health and fitness wearable device, which tracks a bunch of data about your body.

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What is unknown right now, is what exactly Google Fit will do - but one thing Google could do to stand out from the rest is to introduce a set of APIs that would allow developers to get deep into, expanding the Fit's feature set. It could work like Android Wear does for smartwatches, where Fit could turn into a centralized hub for health and fitness data, trackable by its users.

This could see Fit being the central hub of health and fitness information, available on your wrist. June 25 isn't far away, where we should hopefully hear more on Google Fit.

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