Google announced its Health Connect app earlier this year, and now the company is making it available to users of the Google Play Store. Google partnered with Samsung to build the platform, which simplifies the connection between your apps while giving users centralized privacy controls.
It’s worth noting that the app is currently in beta, and after testing, the company will definitely release its stable version. And it is compatible with Android devices running Android 9 or higher.
The Health Connect app provides users with a central location to manage their privacy settings to see which apps have access to which data at any given time. This app stores health and fitness data from your apps in one place, offline, and on your device so you can easily manage shared data.
Moreover, the Health Connect platform currently integrates with more than 10 health, fitness, and wellness apps, including MyFitnessPal, Oura, and Peloton.