Reportedly, Google is working to develop its own Health app that will allow the user to combine or integrate their medical records. Moreover, you can also share them with your family and friends. The information comes from a well-known tipster, Ishan Agarwal from 91mobiles.
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“See a unified view of your health, pulling together info from your doctor’s visit, labs, and more. Get started by linking your online accounts from places where you’ve received your healthcare,” reads the description.
Mentioning again, the app is still in its early stage of development and is not sure to launch for the public. Though, it has some menus already, including profile pages, records, contacts, and sharing. The presence of the contact and sharing tab indicates that it will require permission to read contacts.
Furthermore, in case the app proves to be a successful launch, it will initially roll out to Android users, later followed by iOS devices. Also, keep in note, the new health app is not meant to replace Google Fit, but to accompany it.
If Google is fortunate to launch the app in the market, we will get to know about the precise information and other details as well. To know further about Google and its services, make sure to stay connected with us!