Move Minutes and Heart Points can now be tracked with your iPhone and Apple Watch.

Google Fit received a major redesign with new features that help keep track of your physical activity last year. Today, that same redesign and feature set are on their way to iPhones as Google Fit is now available through Apple’s App Store.

With Google Fit on iOS, you get all the same features you do on iOS. This includes Move Minutes (keeping track of how many minutes you’ve been active each day), Heart Points (keeping track of the intensity of your workouts), and general workout tracking. You can also sync your Fit data with Apple’s Health app thanks to built-in integration. This should make the transition from another fitness app much easier.

In addition, the Fit app can be used on your Apple Watch if you want to track your workouts that way.

You can download Google Fit from the App Store for free starting today.