Share data between your favorite apps and devices
Get richer experiences and more insights from your favorite apps. Whether you're focused on activity or sleep, nutrition or vitals, sharing data between your apps can help you get a holistic view of your health and fitness and understand how your lifestyle behaviors impact it.
A central set of controls to manage health and fitness data
A central dashboard in your mobile phone settings shows you who you’re sharing your data with and what data you’re sharing. You can shut off access or delete data you don’t want on your device at any time. You also have the option to prioritize one data source over another when using multiple apps.
Privacy and security - at the heart of health connect
Health Connect gives you a simple way to store and connect the data between your health and fitness apps, without compromising on privacy. You decide who you want to share your data with and what types of data you want to share.
Enabling developers to create richer experiences For Android users
With user permission, developers can securely access data from a range of apps and devices through Health Connect, using a single set of APIs and a standardized data schema.
Developers can integrate with Health Connect today.
Apps that integrate with Health Connect
Leading Health and Fitness Apps have adopted Health Connect so that you can share your data between them. See the full list of compatible apps here.
What people are saying about Android Health Connect
“I want my fitness and health apps to be able to communicate with each other because the body is not fractionalized. It’s a whole unit.”
“I would love for my apps to be able to talk back and forth to each other, to continue to build the best plan for me and to recommend the best solutions for me.”
“I feel like period, nutrition and activity level trackers all have important bits of information that they need to share with each other rather than being separate. Help me understand the correlations between: I didn't exercise as long this day, which is why I didn't sleep as well, which is what made my PMS symptoms worse.”
“I would like to have an all encompassing view of my health instead of having to bop around to the different apps and do this all in my head.”