We wrote in August about Google’s publishing an SDK to keep track of health and data; the company announced today that a Google Fit app is now available. Android only, of course, although there’ll be a web interface that’s not quite working as of this writing.
The Google Fit app consolidates all your health tracking data into a single place associated with your e-mail address. If that sounds creepy, it’s only because it’s Google; Apple has similar plans with HealthKit, as do others. It’s just that Google’s business model has to do with crunching data about you.
Hardware partners announced at the launch of the SDK included Nike, HTC, RunKeeper, Withings, Runtastic, and Polar. And, of course, the app uses data collected from the sensors on your Android phone.