When Google officially made the purchase of Fitbit late last year it was clear that Wear the OS we would focus more on ours health and fitness, and this year we saw new features on compatible sports watches.
While we wait for the Fitbit purchase to close this year, we see how Google looks like it's already planning its runway integrate the health functions most users want in Wear OS, and for this the company is asking its users for a private survey.
Wear OS Possible Health Functions
Through the Google User Experience Survey, the company asks participants how to improve their Wear OS app. This research focuses on to follow a life, inquires about various metrics that are not yet with Wear OS but in competitors, such as sleep tracking, SpO2 tracking, automatic training and repeating or pairing with external equipment. The complete list is as follows:
- SpO2 tracking: It follows the oxygenation level in the blood and warnings when the levels fall below normal levels.
- Smart Alarms waking you up at the right time for your sleep cycle to feel more relaxed.
- Diagnosis of sleep apnea: monitors and detects signs of respiratory insomnia and sends alerts and advice.
- Sleep Update: An analysis of sleep quality, reasons for why you are not sleeping well, and tips for improving sleep patterns.
- Heart Alerts: monitors and sends alerts when unusual heart rate is detected.
- Automatic training discovery: Your smart clock can automatically detect when the workout starts and asks you to start recording the work.
- Duplicate Recovery: Automatic recovery of a recurring number of tasks (for example, push-ups, squats, etc …).
- Login Function: Ability to track and organize various applications and functions
- Recovery Time: Track the time needed between workouts to make sure you recover completely.
- Pressure Tracking: It automatically monitors your pressure level to help you create better awareness and manage pressure.
- Pairing medical devices: pair the clock with medical devices (for example, blood sugar, blood pressure monitors) so that the reading can be synchronized and accessed on the clock.
- Gym Toolkit: Pair the clock with compatible gym equipment to further monitor your activities.
- Indoor air quality: Controls the indoor air quality.
- Tracking of important activity / signs: Automatically monitors and records metrics for key features and basic functions.
- Share important values: Au tomatically share your heart rate and vital signs and emergency services in the event of an accident.
- Subscriptions: A quick and easy way to record manually how you feel and what you do.
- Following water by following water: Automatically track the number of glasses of water you drink and reminders throughout the day to make sure you have plenty of water.
- Food and calorie tracking: Manually track the foods and calories consumed during the day.
- A flight of stairs: Automatically tracks the number of flights that go up.
- Exercise Breathing: Guided breathing guidelines and reminders to help you relax and practice vigilance.
- Compass: Built-in compass to help you find your way while traveling or driving.
- High Tracking: Track the ups, downs and fall shifts during workouts.
- Menstrual tracking: Automatically track your cycle and fertility.
This does not mean that Google will use all of these features and features in Wear OS in the short term, but it does give us an indication of what the leading indicators will take based on Google's operating system. It all shows that Google Fit will find functionality and integrated into Wear OS.
Google Fit is expected to acquire most of Fitbit's products when both companies work together to integrate both products.
Via | Droid health