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Google Fit, Google's health app, is available for iPhone (iOS). As with the Android version, the tool encourages physical exercise to achieve your daily goals and improve your quality of life. The free platform uses the device's sensors to automatically record your activities. Third party applications and monitoring devices are also supported by the system. In addition, it is possible to add data manually so that all exercises are recorded and the user can see their advances shown in graphs.

The platform is useful for those interested in acquiring healthier habits, but it is worth remembering that the application does not require medical monitoring. Check it out below in the tutorial made by TechTudo, how to set up and use the Google Fit app on iPhone. The procedure was performed on an iPhone 8 with iOS 12, but the tips also apply to users of other models of the Apple phone.

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Learn how to use the Google Fit app on iPhone (iOS) Photo: Helito Beggiora / TechTudoLearn how to use the Google Fit app on iPhone (iOS) Photo: Helito Beggiora / TechTudo

Learn how to use the Google Fit app on iPhone (iOS) Photo: Helito Beggiora / TechTudo

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Step 1. Install Google Fit on iPhone from the TechTudo page. When you first open the app, log in to your account. At the next screen select "Monitor automatically";

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Make Google Fit initial setup Photo: Play / Helito Beggiora

Step 2. Tap "Enable All Categories" and "Allow" in the upper right corner of the screen. Then press "Next";

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Let the Google Fit app access your health data Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

Step 3. Then set your movement goal and go to "Next". Use the "+" and "-" buttons to adjust the minutes of scheduled physical activities. Do the same for cardio time and tap "Next" a few more times;

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Set your goals Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

Step 4. The Google Fit main screen will show your moving and cardio points, plus the number of steps, calories expended, and distance traveled. Swipe up to access progress charts and tap the category to see details;

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Browse Google Fit Home Screen Photo: Reproduo / Helito Beggiora

Step 5. In the details of the movement and cardio points, you can see your daily, weekly and monthly development. Use the "Moving minutes" and "Cardio points" buttons to quickly switch between the two categories;

View detail of physical activities in Google Fit Photo: Reproduction / Helito BeggioraView detail of physical activities in Google Fit Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

View detail of physical activities in Google Fit Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

Step 6. Use the "+" button to manually add your activities or record your weight. By doing this later, you will be able to track the evolution of your weight on a graph;

Register an activity or weight on Google Fit Photo: Reproduction / Helito BeggioraRegister an activity or weight on Google Fit Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

Register an activity or weight on Google Fit Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora

Step 7. In the "Daily" tab you can see the log of your activities. Under "Profile", you can configure your profile and access application settings by tapping the gear icon in the upper right corner of the screen.

View activity history and profile in the Google Fit app Photo: Reproduo / Helito BeggioraView activity history and profile in the Google Fit app Photo: Reproduo / Helito Beggiora

View activity history and profile in the Google Fit app Photo: Reproduo / Helito Beggiora

Ready. Take advantage of tips on how to use the Google Fit app on iPhone to improve your quality of life.

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