Search engine giant Google will soon introduce Google Fit, a new mobile platform service to collect, aggregate and analyze data from wearable health fitness tracking products and healthcare apps, Forbes reports.

The vendor, which is not publicly commenting, is holding its Google I/O conference for developers on June 25-26 and has several sessions related to wearable computing, according to Forbes. “It’s unclear if Google Fit will be a service built into the next version of Android, or a standalone app that Android users will be able to download independently.”

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