By integrating Google Fit, users can see activity metrics in smart glass lenses. To sync your smart glasses with Google Fit, simply download the app from the iOS App or Google Play store. Then you can choose "Capabilities" in your Focals app and sign in to Google Fit. You'll find both the daily and weekly progress graphs, including the Keys of Minutes and Hearts, Google metrics for monitoring healthy and moderate activity.
Google Slide integration is no doubt a futuristic overwrite for those who have jobs to provide regular performances. You can view any speaker notes by smart glasses and switch between slides using the control ring. Users need to download Focals Connect Chrome Extension only, and they will be good to go.
And for Android users only, glasses track screen time and digital health. Users see how much time they spend wearing smartglass each day, and as a result, the screentime they've saved is much. Even replacing an external device for another seems to defeat the full purpose of such digital health metrics.
Back when the Focals smart glasses first launched last year, we strengthened its smooth look but questioned its practicality. Because Google Fit and Google Slides can be synced with your smartwatch and smartphone, you need to ask if the integration of these apps into your smartglasses will bring much utility ̵
New to Focal: Two new features to help you stay motivated and on-track in your daily fitness and health goals while away head: activity tracking using @ Google Fit and, screen time tracking. Learn more 🏃 👉 https://t.co/kzvPtM2d69 #smartglasses pic.twitter.com/1nQ8QTuxDK
– North (@focalsbynorth) May 22, 2019