Google has been developing a new kind of health and fitness tracking device that’s powered by blockchain technology, which aims to eliminate the need for third-party health monitoring.
The company has launched a new product called the Blockchain Health app for smartphones and tablets, which allows users to view and download health data from a variety of sources, including their personal health records.
The app will also allow users to set up their own private health data database.
Users can use the app to see what data they have, as well as access and store it in their own data vault, which can be accessed by anyone.
It also allows them to track their exercise, sleep, weight and activity, among other health metrics.
The app will be released in India soon, but the company has said it is working on making the app available to users in the US and Europe, and that it plans to launch it in the coming weeks.
Google said the app will help people manage their health better.
Google has a number of other products that rely on blockchain technology.
Its Health app can be used to track health data, such as blood pressure, temperature, and other health data.
Other products, such a smart home hub and smart thermostat, are built on blockchain.
Google Health, which was announced in March, lets users view and save health data and track it in an app that has to be downloaded separately from the app store.
The health data will be stored on the blockchain, which is not tied to a physical location or location of a user.
The health app is similar to the ones that are already available on the Apple Health app, but Google Health aims to make it more accessible and easier to use.
“Health is a huge problem and it needs to be addressed, and the blockchain will be a major step in addressing this,” said Amit Bhattacharya, co-founder of Blockchain Health.
“It’s an exciting time to be a healthcare consumer and blockchain is a way of building better products, services and products that are both easy to use and secure.”
Google Health is not the first healthcare startup to invest in the use of blockchain technology for health tracking.
Last year, a group of health care startups including Vitality, Bionix and HealthPay began to work on health tracking apps that they hoped would be ready for launch in 2018.