Google Fit’s core fitness trackers, the Fitbit and Fitbit Flex, are set to be introduced in the coming weeks, with Google launching the devices in the UK and the US.
Google Fit’s Fitbit Core is the first device to use Android Wear, which is the new version of Android which is being developed for wearables and is expected to be launched in October.
Google will also launch a new Android Wear smartwatch, the Pebble Time, in the US and Europe.
The core fitness tracker uses a small touchscreen to track steps, calories burned and sleep.
Google will also add fitness features to Google Fit by using wearable apps, such as the Strava app.
Google says it has received more than 3,000 requests for Fitbit apps from users in the past year, and is now planning to launch more apps in the future.
Google has launched a website called the Fit Fitbit Developer Hub for developers to help them get started.
Google also plans to make more apps available in the Play Store for developers.
Google said the Fitbits can track calories, steps, heart rate and sleep, but it did not say how many steps or calories are stored in the device.
Google Fit has been available in Android smartphones and tablets for a few years, but Google is still working on making it available on wearable devices.
Google previously launched Google Fit in Android phones in 2017, but was criticised for the fact it was only available on Android smartphones.
The Fitbit is now the only wearable fitness tracker that can be used on Android phones.
Google recently launched the Fit in the Fitpad smartwatch in the United States and Canada.
Google also launched the fitness tracker Fitbit Surge in the first half of 2018.