Google gives preview of ‘Sport’-sdk Fit out




Google has released a preview of his focused on sports and fitness Fit-sdk. Using that SDK developers can create apps that can read. Include history of pedometers and heart rate monitors

Google Fit SDK The SDK only works on Android L, the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system that users of the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 of 2013 to set up. their device With the SDK, developers can appeal include APIs to read on the device data on heart rate and sport activities from; those APIs are not yet. It does not matter whether sensors are on the device or on an attached wearable, like a fitness bracelet, writes Google.

The preview of the SDK comes with new builds of Android L; compiled a few days after the original already came online in June. The build number also does not differ much. Thus it seems that it is a small change to support. Preview sdk The update does not over-the-air to Android L-users; flashing them requires erasing all data from the device and connecting the phone or tablet to a PC.


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