[Update: APK Download] Google Fit gets a home screen widget and improved activity tracking in latest update

Update 1: 2018/12/12 5:43am PST

The update is starting to roll out now as part of version 2.06.32, but if you can’t wait for it to hit your device, we have it on APK

Google says it has been paying attention to your feature requests since the redesigned Fit app was launched in the summer and it has a new update just in time for the holidays — ready for you to watch the pounds pile on thanks to yet another leftover-turkey sandwich your body didn’t ask for. Read More[Update: APK Download] Google Fit gets a home screen widget and improved activity tracking in latest update was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google hires David Feinberg to oversee all health projects

At any given time, Google always has overlapping projects and products, and that is especially true for the company’s health initiatives. Google Fit tracks fitness and exercise, Digital Wellbeing on Android limits your smartphone usage, and so on. Google has now hired former Geisinger CEO David Feinberg to oversee all health initiatives at the company, including products still under development.
According to CNBC, Feinberg will report directly to Google’s artificial intelligence head Jeff Dean, but will also work with CEO Sundar Pichai. Read MoreGoogle hires David Feinberg to oversee all health projects was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

The best wearable devices you can buy right now (Winter 2018)

Smartwatches haven’t been the smashing success that many manufacturers hoped they would be, but that doesn’t mean all of them are bad or useless. Not everyone needs or wants a screen on their wrist, but for those of us who like tracking workouts and responding to notifications without reaching for a phone, they can be great tools.
We’ve put together a small list of our favorite wearables, from the fitness-oriented Fitbit Versa to Samsung’s flagship Tizen smartwatch. Read MoreThe best wearable devices you can buy right now (Winter 2018) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.