On Apple's Heels, Google Introduces Health, Fitness Tracking Platform

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Google will officially launch its mobile health and fitness tracking platform at its annual developers' conference, June 25 to June 26 in San Francisco, according to a report in Forbes.

The new platform, Google Fit, will aggregate health and fitness data from multiple apps and trackers to present a more comprehensive view of a user's overall wellness. Google is expected to announce partnerships with wearables vendors at the conference, according to the report.

Google's announcement will come less than a month after Apple announced HealthKit, a health and fitness platform with similar aggregation capabilities.

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