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Google Fit: Activity Tracking APK

Updated on: June 18, 2024

App informations

Version: 2024.06.06.00.x86.release
File size: 33.1 MB
Requires Android Android 6.0+ (Marshmallow)
Category Apps, Health & Fitness
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What's New

• Measure your heart rate and respiratory rate using jus... [ read more ]

About this app

Get to a healthier and more active life with the new Google Fit!

It's hard to know how much or what kind of activit...... [ read more ]

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Google Fit: Activity Tracking is a complimentary Android Health & Fitness App developed by Google LLC. Its most recent version, 2024.06.06.00.x86.release, was released on June 18, 2024.

On, you can access details information about Google Fit: Activity Tracking, including screenshots, user reviews, and the option to download APK/XAPK files for both the latest and previous versions of the app.

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Ratings and Reviews from users

625K+ Ratings
5 ★ (97282)
4 ★ (37430)
3 ★ (52061)
2 ★ (77581)
1 ★ (360192)

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1 : Have been using this app for years and have always really liked it. Changed my mind last update, no longer seems to have a "path" showing where I've walked. I hike and like to see the path a travel while in the woods. Also it doesn't seem to sync my steps with myfitnesspal since last update. Please fix so I don't have to find another app.

2 : Half the time it does't bother to count my steps but it will acknkwledge that I went out for a walk. Which is pretty much useless really. Or it'll only count a portion of the walk and I can see on the map graphhic that it just left me somewhere a few blocks from home or work. Again, pretty much useless. Especially as we're having a challenge at work and I can never get an accurate step count. Some days it doesn't coumt amything at all.

3 : Would give higher rating but can't get accurate heart points as the data changes after 3 or 4 days to lower the totals. So 50 changes to 27 and so on, so even though I've hit the target 150 for 3 weeks straight the saved data says otherwise. Data is recorded on Fossil Gen 5 watch incase that helps. Update: so this problem was fixed in an update but now because of the latest update even worse. Now the watch reads 87 heart Points stopped workout and saved it as 16.

1 : EDIT: The link provided only deals with activity tracking. As I previously said, my walks are already being tracked perfectly, I'm just not getting as many heart points as I used to. Fit tracks my walks well enough, but the recent change to how the heart points are worked out means that the effort I put into them isn't adequately recognised. I've just come back from a 3 miles walk, and only received 3 heart points. I'm disabled and, trust me, it takes a lot more effort than that!

1 : This app has never accurately recorded my steps. It has always been off by hundreds compared to my tracker. I have to travel with my phone for it somewhat match. 5/24- steps all of a sudden not being synced with myfitnesspal. Did all the recommendations they suggested and still nothing. Told it's a big issue that will take time fixing and not simple. If the issue is due to what seems like an update from fit why isn't it fixed yet. SMH

1 : 7/2021. Still garbage. It either doesn't track my workouts or it randomly stops. Once you start tracking, you can't always your progress. Like it runs in the background. Hidden when you want to see it. Get another app! 2/20. Still garbage. Went for a 2.5-3 mile walk and it didn't even record half of it. This is garbage. Get a different app until Google pulls it's collective head out and fixes it!!!!! Does not record what it's supposed to record and incorrectly records what it does record.

1 : I can no longer access past data, specifically my monthly mileage. I've cleared the cache, cleared storage, uninstalled and reinstalled the app. Nothing fixes this. I go back to a previous month and the numbers on the calendar just act as though they're loading and nothing ever populates. If this ever gets fixed I'll update this review. **Update** reported the issue as a bug and nothing has changed.

1 : This app is pretty much garbage. Not only does it count way less steps than any other app I've used, it also basically requires you to jog, if not run to gain any hearts, which are supposed to guage the value of your workout. I used to walk 20 minutes to an hour at a time, despite recovering from a leg injury. To get this app to count any hearts, I can really only walk 5 because it basically demands you walk well over the normal 3 miles an hour most people walk. It takes the fun out of walking.

1 : Used to work fine - now nothing will track even when manually adding activities. Nothing gets added to steps or heart points/calendar , even when I manually add details for the activity to the journal. Doesn't work at all. EDIT- After receiving support in the Google forums, the app still does not work at all. Unsure if this is an error with the app as I've never had problems on this device before, running Android 11. Will move over to an activity tracking app that works.

1 : Looks like you broke the app with the latest update. The sync with the wear os watch is not working anymore (last activity synced is from May 28th). I see many people are complaining about that. Now the app is not useful. I will change the rating once it gets fixed. I have sent you the feedback through the app and you can contact me if you need more info. When can we expect the fix?

FAQs & Tutorials

Q: What is an .APK File?

A: An Android Package Kit (APK for short) is the package file format used by the Android operating system for distribution and installation of mobile applications. Just like Windows (PC) systems use an .exe file for installing software, Android does the same.

Q: What is an .XAPK File?

A: XAPK is a zip format standard that includes Android App Bundles or APK files (installation packages), along with OBB, cache assets, and other data files. This format ensures that an app is downloaded and runs successfully on Android devices. Due to the Google Play Store's limitation on app file sizes, developers often use the XAPK file format for apps larger than 100MB. This approach allows users to download APK files on Android without experiencing corruption issues.

Q: How to install .APK File?

Installing APK files on Android devices is straightforward. Here's a step-by-step guide:

  1. Download the APK File: Download the APK file from this website and save it in an easy-to-find location, such as your device's 'Downloads' folder.
  2. Open and Install the APK File: Locate and open the APK file you just downloaded. A prompt will appear asking for your confirmation to install the app. Tap "Install" to proceed with the installation.
  3. Complete Installation and Launch the App: Wait for the installation process to complete. Once installed, you can open the app directly or find it in your app drawer.

Q: How to install .XAPK File?

To install an XAPK file, you need to use the Split APKs Installer (SAI) application. Here's how to do it:

  1. Install SAI: Download and install the Split APKs Installer (SAI) app. The installation process is similar to that of any regular APK file.
  2. Install the XAPK:
    - Open the Split APKs Installer (SAI) on your device.
    - In SAI, tap on the 'Install APKs/XAPK' button.
    - Navigate to the folder where you saved the downloaded XAPK file.
    - Select the XAPK file you wish to install and proceed.
  3. Complete the Installation: Follow the on-screen instructions within SAI to complete the installation process. Once the installation is finished, the app will be available in your app drawer for use.

Previous versions

Google Fit: Activity Tracking 2024.06.06.00.x86.release
Added on: June 18, 2024
File size: 33.1 MB

Google Fit: Activity Tracking 2024.04.12.00.arm64-v8a.release
Added on: May 02, 2024
File size: 37.9 MB

Google Fit: Activity Tracking 2024.03.14.00.x86_64.release
Added on: April 16, 2024
File size: 32.8 MB

Google Fit: Activity Tracking 2024.02.15.00.x86_64.release
Added on: March 08, 2024
File size: 33 MB

Google Fit: Activity Tracking 2024.02.15.00.arm64-v8a.release
Added on: March 14, 2024
File size: 38.2 MB

Google Fit: Activity Tracking 2023.11.23.00.x86.release
Added on: January 09, 2024
File size: 32.6 MB

App permissions

Google Fit: Activity Tracking 2024.06.06.00.x86.release requires following permissions:

  • Allows applications to access information about networks.
  • Allows an app to access approximate location.
  • Allows an app to access precise location.
  • Allows applications to open network sockets.
  • Allows applications to read the sync settings.
  • Allows applications to read the sync stats.
  • Allows using PowerManager WakeLocks to keep processor from sleeping or screen from dimming.
  • Allows an application to receive the ACTION_BOOT_COMPLETED that is broadcast after the system finishes booting.
  • Allows an application to find out the space used by any package.
  • Allows access to the vibrator.
  • Required to be able to access the camera device.

What's New

• Measure your heart rate and respiratory rate using just your phone camera (selected devices)
• Turn up the tempo of your walks with paced walking in Workouts
• Find all of your health and wellness data in the Browse tab
• Minor bug fixes and UI improvement

About Google Fit: Activity Tracking

Get to a healthier and more active life with the new Google Fit!

It's hard to know how much or what kind of activity you need to stay healthy. That's why Google Fit collaborated with the World Health Organization (WHO) and the American Heart Association (AHA) to bring you Heart Points, an activity goal that can help improve your health.

Activities that get your heart pumping harder have tremendous health benefits for your heart and mind. You'll earn one Heart Point for each minute of moderate activity like picking up the pace when walking your dog, and double points for more intense activities like running. It takes just 30-minutes of brisk walking five days a week to reach the AHA and WHO's recommended amount of physical activity shown to reduce the risk of heart disease, improve sleep, and increase overall mental wellbeing.

Google Fit will also help you:

Get instant insights when you exercise and see real-time stats for your runs, walks, and bike rides. Fit will use your Android phone's sensors or Wear OS by Google smartwatch's heart rate sensors to record your speed, pace, route, and more.

See your daily progress on your Heart Points and Steps goal. Meeting your goals all the time? Easily adjust your goals to keep challenging yourself to achieve a healthy heart and mind.

If you walk, run, or bike throughout the day, your Android phone or Wear OS by Google smartwatch will automatically detect and add your activities to your Google Fit journal to ensure you get credit for every move. Want extra credit? Turn up the tempo on your walks by starting a paced walking workout and stepping to the beat. Enjoy a different type of workout? Select it from a list of activities like pilates, rowing, or spinning, and Google Fit will track all the Heart Points you earn.

Fit can show you info from many of your favorite apps and devices to give you a holistic view of your health, so you'll never lose track of your progress. These include Lifesum, Wear OS by Google, Nike+, Runkeeper, Strava, MyFitnessPal, Basis, Sleep as Android, Withings, Xiaomi Mi bands, and more.

See a snapshot of your activity history across Fit and your integrated apps in the redesigned journal. Or, get the full picture in browse, where you can find all of your health and wellness data.

Breathing is one of the simplest ways to reduce tension and relieve stress. With Fit, checking in with your breath is easy—all you need is your phone camera. As well as your respiratory rate, you can measure your heart rate to get a better understanding of your body’s wellbeing.

Add a widget to the home screen of your Android phone or set up a tile and complication on your Wear OS by Google smartwatch.

Learn more about Google Fit and see a list of supported apps at: