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  • Google announces Google Fit
  • Google announces Google Fit
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Google announces Google Fit

The fitness app space grew 62% in the six months from January to June 2014. And in response to this growth, Google has announced that it plans to release Google Fit - a platform that will allow developers to sync data across multiple wearables, devices and apps.



  • Article image What do people need from an app?

    The Apple App Store houses over one million apps. Despite once trying to do everything, apps are now being split into single purpose platforms. But how do people actually use them? And which is more useful – the Swiss Army knife approach or a tailored, single purpose app?

  • Article image WeChat: the app you’ll never want to leave

    From messaging to social media to a marketplace to browsing the internet, WeChat is the app the does everything. While Western companies and app developers race to unbundle their services into efficient single-purpose apps, WeChat continues to add feature after feature.

  • Swarm: Foursquare gets streamlined Swarm: Foursquare gets streamlined

    Foursquare has launched an app called Swarm, aiming to revitalise the feature that made it popular at the start – checking in. It's part of a shift in how brands are streamlining their services - from complex, all-in-one packages to simple apps focused on individual components.

  • Article image Digital clutter: how Mailbox fights information overload

    With consumers being constantly bombarded, information overload is an increasingly real source of stress – but the same technologies that brought us here are now adapting to get us out.