Heathrow, UK — April 26, 2016 — Root Info Solutions (RIS), a UK-based Android app development company, announced today the availability of Google Fit mobile app development services for wearable technology makers, software development companies and digital agencies in the America, Europe and Asia-Pacific regions.
Google Fit is an SDK (Software Development Kit) that can be used to build health and fitness tracking app that can be used with ease on any Android phones to connect fitness trackers, collect data from them and let the users stay informed of his/her fitness status. The objective is to help users stay informed of their fitness and health metrics to lead a healthy lifestyle.
RIS will carry out the Android apps development at its New Delhi, India-based ODC (Offshore Development Centre), which is administered and operated by experienced mobile app developers. The center is also backed by a software testing lab that examines the usability, performance, security and stability of developed app.
Roles of Google Fit Apps
Collect data from any wearable or sensor.
Access data created by any app.
User’s fitness data stay intact even when they switch or upgrade their fitness devices.
Being buoyant of its over a decade-long Android development legacy, Shekhar Juneja, Co-Founder, RIS, said: “I have full faith in the capability of our software engineers devoted to the Android apps development discipline. We have proved it in the past by developing HealthKit apps for iOS, and are set to make an indelible mark once again.” He also praised its software testing personnel, who are committed to go the extra mile to make sure that users always have the best digital experience, no matter what device they use or run.
The Android app development company, so far, has developed more than a thousand of mobile apps for Android and iOS platforms in categories, viz, shopping and lifestyle, messaging, workforce management, productivity and utility, social collaboration, banking, health and fitness and more.
Interestingly, as a freebie, the company is also offering a 360-degree support regarding the app’s visibility to target audiences along with backend database integration services to help clients reach out to their customers and deliver them health and fitness monitoring services in the best possible way.
In the wake of the rising popularity of health and fitness apps, the step sounds quite prudential and ambitious. However, it would be interesting to watch as how far the Android app development company succeeds in its attempt of delivering a quality end-user experience.