Google introduces one-stop app to manage all your health apps in one place

A user reviews their Daily Activity in the Samsung Health app.

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  • Google has released a beta for its Health Connect app.
  • Health Connect will allow users to share their health and fitness data across apps.
  • The app will also allow users to manage the privacy controls from different wellness apps in one place.

Google is introducing a new app coming to Google Play. The app aims to simplify connectivity between all of your health, fitness, and wellness apps, while also giving you the ability to manage privacy settings in one place.

In collaboration with Samsung, Google has created an app to help centralize the management of all your apps. Known as Health Connect, Google has announced that it is releasing the beta version of the app on the Play Store.

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