Also, the new version of Android Wear supports standalone apps that will be able to run only on the watch, with no need to have a connected smartphone around.
For users with an Android Wear smartwatch, Google Fit will be able to automatically count strength trainings, including push-ups, sit-ups and squats.
Among other things, the platform got nutrition data from LifeSum, Lose It!, and MyFitnessPal; and sleep activity from Basis Peak and Sleep as Android.
Positive clinical results support the deployment of new features for daily health management and the hiring of new clinical staff.
The company also unveiled a fancier, Titanium Edition device (available for $299.99) along with a new line of fashionable leather accessory straps.
With a quick glance at the smartphone or watch, users will be able to see how close they are to their goal and stay motivated.
The search giant released an open source sample called Games in Motion to demonstrate how developers can make fun games using Google Fit and Android Wear.
The grand prize winners and the runner ups will be receiving devices from Google's challenge partners to help with their ongoing fitness app development.
The software adds support for manual entry 100+ new activities, and experimental step detection when an Android Wear watch is disconnected from the phone.
The search giant is offering a number of incentives for developers looking to add Google's fitness tracking capabilities to their existing and apps.