Google today released a standalone Fit app for iPhone.

Google Fit for Android was revamped last August with Material Design theme and activity goals created in partnership with the American Heart Association (AHA) and World Health Organization (WHO). Crucially, the iOS version of the software syncs data with Apple’s Health platform and sports two key metrics: Move Minutes and Heart Points.

Any physical activity, from a simple walk to other activities, earns you Move points similar to Apple’s Activity app. Each Move minute yields at least 30 steps, according to Google. The idea is the same: the more you move, the more Move Minutes you earn.

Heart Points are earned based on the intensity of your movement. Like with Move Points, the more intensely you move, the more Heart Points you earn (some of Fit’s features were previously available through Google’s poorly rated Wear OS app).

According to the company:

The more Heart Points you earn, the closer you are to reaching AHA and WHO’s recommended amount of weekly physical activity to reap the health benefits.

The key feature for me is Apple Health sync.

These days, I rarely use any fitness apps that don’t export data to the Health app. Instead of having crucial metrics siloed in apps, all Health-compatible apps get to share fitness data, with your permission, allowing for some great integrations. For example, you could connect apps like Sleep Cycle, Headspace and Nike Run Club to Health so the Fit app is able to show the Heart Points and Move Minutes you earn through other activities captured in third-party apps.

To see a list of supported apps, visit google.com/fit.

The app’s Journal section provides a chronological view of your sleep, walking and workouts, which helps you “get better sleep, be more mindful and get more active,” Google wrote.

Whether you go biking or pick up your pace while walking to your next meeting to earn more Heart Points, you can check your journal to track progress on these two activity goals and see how small changes can make a big impact to your health.

Here are the key features of Google Fit for iPhone:

  • Track your workouts from your phone or watch: Get insights and see stats for your runs, walks and bike rides. Google Fit will use your phone or smartwatch sensors to record your heart rate, speed, pace, route and more.
  • Monitor your goals: See your daily progress on your Heart Points and Move Minutes. Meeting your goals all the time? Based on your activity and goal progress, Google Fit will help you adjust them so that you can keep challenging yourself to achieve a healthy heart and mind.
  • Make every move count: All physical activity can help you lead a healthier life and with Google Fit you can track it all in one place. Working with your favorite fitness apps and devices, Google Fit builds a journal of your activity and gives you personalized goals to aim for. And to make sure Fit never misses a workout, you can manually add any activity your other apps didn’t track—from Aerobics to Zumba.
  • Get coaching that fits you: Get customized tips and actionable coaching, like help to adjust your goals based on your activity.
  • Connect with your favorite apps and devices: Google Fit can show you info from many of your favorite apps and devices that are compatible with Apple Health to give you a holistic view of your health, so you’ll never lose track of your progress. These include Lifesum, Runkeeper, Strava, MyFitnessPal, Headspace and more.
  • Check in at anytime, from anywhere: See a snapshot of your activity history across Google Fit and your integrated apps in your Journal section.

You can grab Google Fit on App Store at no charge.