Newly crafted Wear OS by Google to start rolling out this week

Google recently introduced a major update of its Google Fit. No doubt, that will help users to analyze their activity details more easily. Now, to balance and optimize the user experience more, Google again announced to add new improvements for its Wear OS.

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Here are the improvements you are going to experience after the update.

Tracking workouts

Google comes with a new simpler design with obviously improved abilities to track users’ workouts. As the interface become more user friendly, users can focus more on their workouts, not to manage the tracker.

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Swipe to see your Progress

In the mid-time of work out, checking the progress multiple times could be a headache. But not to worry if you are using Wear OS. The new update will allow you to see key metrics in the front display and further by just swiping in the sides.

Heart Rate Zone, Metric customization, & Goals

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Checking heart points is now easy at the heart rate zone that will be visible on top of the screen. You can change the performance metrics such as steps, burned calories, etc with a single tap. Coming to setting up the goals, you can set a goal for each and every metric and even can celebrate after success.

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Other than all these, Google adds a Touch Lock feature to prevent accidental touch during workouts. In addition, a section that helps you in breathing exercises also made better than before, along with other features.

Google will not make us wait longer, as the new update will start rolling out from this week. So, be ready to experience the new flavor.


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Anupam Modak
A CS Engineer and Tech Enthusiast who likes to fiddle with the latest gadgets and tech happenings around the world.

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