Google Fit Gets Respiratory Rate and Heart Rate Monitoring

Google Fit application now monitors heart rate and breathing rate. These features are included with the most recent update. Initially only chosen pixel mobile phones can have these functions. These new features enable users to monitor their breathing and heart rate on their smartphone with no advanced equipment required. Both modes work for the front and rear cameras.

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Google Fit Gets Respiratory Rate and Heart Rate Monitoring

Now let's talk about how these functions operate. First, the control of the heart rate works by placing the finger on the back camera. This is not a modern technique, though. Many other applications often use the same technique so the heart rhythm can be checked the price. You need to stand in front of the front photo to check for the breathing rate in order to see the face and torso. The camera monitors your breathing chest movements.

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Google has stated that these are not medical features. If you are a patient with a heart or have other health problems, this is not a safe way to watch your heartbeat or breathing with cameras. But for casual use it's fine.


These features will be introduced to pixel smartphones this week, according to Google. The specific name of the units, however, remained unclear. In any event, the update will also be made very quickly by other Android phones.

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