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Google Fit was unveiled to the world back in June, promising a platform to help people track their fitness goals. It’s essentially a set of APIs that lets developers dig in to rival apps and combine data for deeper insights, similar to Apple Health. Today, Google has launched a dedicated Google Fit app for Android, serving to capture all your movements throughout the day, including walking, running and cycling. It’s a little bit like Moves, which was acquired by Facebook earlier this year, and a myriad of other fitness-tracking services. All you do is install the app on your phone,…

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