Google is rolling out a new app for Android devices that lets you track your heart rates with an LED display.
The new app, dubbed Heart Rate Monitor, is an interface for the Google Fit app that will let you track the heart rate of any Android device you choose.
Google is adding the new interface to Android phones running the Google Wear 2.0 software, which Google is releasing this month.
Heart Rate Monitor will let users track the level of their heart rate through a customisable screen.
Users can also set their heart rates to be more specific by displaying a graph on the device.
Users also have the ability to set a specific time of day, day of week, or month for tracking.
Heart rate monitors are one of the most popular features in the Google fitness apps, but the app has a long way to go before it’s fully integrated with Android Wear 2, Google said in a blog post.
Heartrate monitors can be worn on a device and connected to a wristband, and users can customize the monitor based on their lifestyle.
It will also offer a dashboard with data on steps taken, calories burned, and more.
Google also says the app will allow users to get data on heart rate fluctuations, as well as tracking the temperature.
HeartRate Monitor will cost $2.99, or $3.99 for a year of free use.