Google’s Health Connect adds support for syncing with Peloton app for Android

Last week, Google announced that the Google Health Connect app was being upgraded from “early access” to a beta phase. That means all Android users who wish to try it out can now download it from the Google Play store.

Health Connect is a way for Android users to share fitness & health data between different apps in a secure & easy manner.

With that update – Peloton is now one of the apps supported in Health Connect. This means that, if you wish, you can give Google Health Connect access to view & read your Peloton workouts, and share them with other apps.

Setting up Google Health Connect in the Peloton App. Image credit Peloton.
Setting up Google Health Connect in the Peloton App. Image credit Peloton.

Other fitness apps include Tonal, Fitbit, Oura, Google Fit, MyFitnessPal & more – there are currently 13 apps supported.

Note that if Peloton is the only fitness app you use – you won’t see any benefit from this today. Peloton is not currently importing & using any health or fitness data from any other apps – though they now have the ability to in the future if you wish.

List of some of the supported apps in Google Health Connect, including Peloton.
List of some of the supported apps in Google Health Connect, including Peloton.

The benefit will come if you use one of the other supported apps, and have always wished it could automatically include your Peloton workouts & data.

The is similar to how Peloton integrates with Apple Health on iOS – which they have supported since 2019 for the iPhone.


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Chris L
Chris is the founder of Pelo Buddy. He purchased his Peloton in 2018, and has been riding and running ever since. You can find him on the leaderboard at #PeloBuddy.

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