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BANGALORE: Mobile health and fitness company HealthifyMe reaches new benchmark of quality on Google Play. Recognized by Google in its annual round-up of apps, games, movies, books and more, HealthifyMe received the award for "Best Apps of 2017" under the 'Best Daily Helper' category, alongside Zomato and Paytm.

Google continued its tradition of showcasing apps that held the highest standards of quality in design, user experience and overall popularity. 36 apps from over 3.3 million were handpicked by the Google Editorial Team.

While renowned apps such as Facebook and WhatsApp didn't make the cut, HealthifyMe is honored to have received the award third year in a row.

HealthifyMe boasts of the largest Indian calorie counter with personal on-the-cloud coaches available as part of premium plans. With a rating of 4.6/5 and over 3 million users, HealthifyMe is India's largest and most loved Health and Fitness App. HealthifyMe recently received the renowned "Editor's Choice Collection" award, making it one of the best Health and Fitness apps in the world.

The launch of "Ria - world's first-ever conversational Artificial Intelligence (AI)-enabled nutritionist" demonstrates the company's emphasis on bringing the best of technology. This continued focus on being a product-first company caught Google's attention in recognizing HealthifyMe time and again.

HealthifyMe's co-founders Tushar Vashisht and Sachin Shenoy, both computer science engineers, have always set high benchmarks for their app. Commenting on this feat, Tushar Vashisht, co-founder and CEO mentioned: "Best app of 2017 recognition by Google is a testament to our product-first business approach. We have always believed that consumer love, engagement and retention are key for building long-term value, and we will continue to invest in improving our app and technology."

HealthifyMe has a 35-member engineering team and 15-member product and design team based out of Bangalore. It boasts of some of the best talents in the industry.

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