Google Health Updates Help Users Better Visualize And Manage Their Wellbeing

Google Health Updates Help Users Better Visualize And Manage Their Wellbeing
technology

Google continues to develop a platform that allows users to more intuitively visualize and maintain their personal health.

Kyle Studstill
  • 16 september 2010

Google Health has just bolstered its platform for personal health-management, incorporating new features that allow users to better maintain a picture of their well-being. The service now allows users to set and monitor goals for health conditions, allowing them to keep tabs on their individual progress alongside expected progress. The platform also now integrates directly with popular services like Fitbit and Cardio Trainer, adding on top of already-established connectivity with devices like the the auto-syncing Withings weight scale. These relationships allows individuals to note only capture their weight loss and daily activity levels but also sync that data onto their profile instantly and wirelessly, reducing time barriers to tracking one’s personal analytics.

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