The activity and health tracking application Google fit started updating from today to the version 2.57 (APK) without news at the moment, but its source code if that hides two new features that Google could activate in the next few days.
Google fit is preparing to improve the tracking of our health, adding a new feature that will certainly be very well received by people with diabetes, and another new feature perfect for people who walk or run.
Currently, Google Fit allows us to track our heart rate, respiratory rate, blood pressure, weight, and hours of sleep. Well, soon we will also be able to perform a blood sugar monitoring.
The Google Fit source code hides th is future functionality, allowing the user to manually enter your blood sugar
It is expected that in the future, blood glucose meters compatible with Google Fit will enter the market so that the data dump will be automatic. The first bracelets or watches with blood sugar measurement should arrive this year.
Walk to the beat
The second novelty that the source code of Google Fit also hides is a feature called “Walking to the beat”, which seems to be a kind of “metronome”
It’s unclear when these two news will arrive at Google Fit. Since they’re already in the source code, it shouldn’t take long for them to arrive. Maybe Google will activate them through the server when the update hits the world.
Via | XDA-Developers