Google is one of the biggest names in the industry. The Mountain View company has been busy expanding its business in recent years to get more profit. Google Home is among the best smart speakers on the market, and Google never stops adding more skills to it in an attempt to take on competitors out there.
Back in 2016, Google took its first steps into the hardware market with the introduction of its Pixel phones. The Pixel and Pixel XL were a great success in the market mainly thanks to their innovative features and beautiful design. Last year, Google announced the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL and they quickly gained trust among users and tech experts worldwide.
When it comes to smartwatches, Google has its own ground on the market. Wear OS is now powering a wide range of wearable devices out there. Google has been improving its own wearable OS in recent years to take on Apple Watch.
According to the latest sources, Google is planning to launch a new health and fitness assistant called Google Coach. Google’s move aims to get more ground in the wearables market. Tech experts say that Google Coach will put Google in contention with big names like Fitbit, who is best known for its health and fitness technologies and devices.
Fitbit is now selling millions of fitness trackers on the market. Apple is also focusing on health and fitness features, allowing users to quickly track their health. Reports claim that Google Coach will not only help you track your exercise, but also offers health and fitness data. Besides, you can continue where you left off thanks to Google Coach actively collecting user’s data.
According to sources, Google Coach will recommend users workout routines that fit their health and fitness data. Reports say that Google Coach will be available for Wear OS this year. But, it remains unknown when we are seeing a wider rollout. Rumors say that Google has been testing a version of Coach for iOS, but the company needs more time to make sure that everything runs smoothly at launch.
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