Google Assistant Can Now Show Wellness Data From Third-Party Services

Google Assistant can now track wellness data from third-party services It only works with sleep data coming from Fitbit trackers for now

Google Assistant adds wellness data from third-party services

This means any Assistant-compatible device is able retrieve this information when asked for it. To help people stay informed, Google Assistant is now providing users with wellness data from third-party services. Going forward, you'll be able to ask, "How much sleep did I get last night", and Assistant will show your data.

About a year back, Google signed an arrangement to secure Fitbit and along these lines make its own setup of wearables.

Our own special Rita has tried out the component with her maturing Inspire HR and had the option to recover the measure of rest she got by asking her Google Assistant. When connected to Fitbit, Assistant's new Wellness section will display information such as sleep data, exercise, and nutrition. But Android Police notes that only sleep tracking is supported for the time being.

It's not officially confirmed but we can expect more services to bring support for this feature.

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The Sense and Versa 3 wearables are already equipped with Amazon Alexa, however it is likely the smartwatch company will heavily promote the use of Google Assistant as Google is now in the process of buying Fitbit.

With the new update, Sense and Versa 3 Premium members will be able to track blood oxygen levels while sleeping and seeing their average on the app without making use of the SpO2 clock face.

Until further notice, just rest is upheld, and, interestingly, there is just one assistance to pick from the rundown: Fitbit. It was only yesterday that Google Assistant started supporting the scheduling of smart lights.

"We're empowering you with the tools you need to better understand and take control of your health and wellness", he added.

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