The new apps are part of Google’s “Measuring” initiative, which aims to make digital measurement tools more widely available.
Google says the new apps will make it easier for people to take measurements with their phones.
Google is also launching a new web app, which will let users easily measure their progress.
Google’s announcement comes a few days after it unveiled a new Android phone app that lets users measure their health using the device’s camera.
Google says it will launch a new app, “measuring,” later this year.
Google says the apps will be free for people who have a smartphone.
The company is also expanding the Android app for students and businesses, and the company will expand its app for health professionals and researchers.
The new apps include a new digital measuring tool called “Baker” and a new tool called the “Hype Scale,” which allows users to see their own online and offline activity.
Google announced the new Android apps today, saying the new app will help users learn more about how their phones measure health.
“We’ve seen an explosion in the demand for measuring tools, and this app will allow people to measure their physical health in a way that’s more personalized and more accessible,” Google VP of Google+ and Search, Rajesh Jain, said in a blog post.
“With Baker and the new scale, we’re bringing our measurement tools to a wider audience of people who use Google services, so we’re excited to offer our most personalized products yet.”
Google will also add another measuring tool to the Android App Store later this month.
The new Google measuring app, called “Measure,” will allow users to measure all sorts of health data including blood pressure, cholesterol, sleep and more.
Users will be able to record their measurements online and save them to their Google+ profile.
The app will let people track their own health and measure their activity to see how well they’re doing.
Google has been making moves into the health care industry in recent years, and is building a slew of new health tracking apps for use on its Android and iOS devices.