This one goes out to the programmers: Google says a preview SDK for Google Fit is now available for download.
The company announced Google Fit at its I/O clambake earlier this summer. It’s the pre-fab plumbing that connects Android devices to sensors, smooths the recording of data on smart devices, and helps store of historical data. You could do it all without an SDK, but programmers know that SDKs make life easier.
What’s not clear — at least, to us — is the relationship between Google Fit and Android Wear. If we read between the lines correctly, Fit is a set of services that run on Android devices, including Wear.
So go code safe, if that’s what you’re into…