Google Play app update for Android users is ‘on its way’


Google has rolled out a new app for Android devices that lets you install apps and track your health metrics in the cloud.

The update is now available for download in the Play Store.

The Google Play apps page has now been updated to indicate the new update is currently rolling out to all users.

The feature is now being tested on the Samsung Chromebook and Pixel 2 XL, with Google noting it is not yet available for devices running other operating systems.

Users will be able to download the update via the Settings app or through the Google Play Store for the first time.

Google said it will be adding new features, including health monitoring, tracking health status and sleep tracking, in the future.

“Google Play is one of the leading platforms for health data and it is important that we support as many people as possible when we introduce new features to the platform,” the company said.

“With Google Play, users can keep up to date on their health and other health metrics, and learn more about how their data is being used.

We want to build a community of people who care about health, and we will continue to listen to their feedback and continue to improve the experience.”