Google announced plans to start selling a line of fitness equipment this year.
The company said that its first line of products, called AAB Office Equipment, will be available for the first time in the US.
The new line of devices will come in both the Android and iOS versions.
Google said that the products will be offered for a price that includes the cost of the gym equipment.
Google told the Wall Street Journal that the new line is designed for people who work in offices or other large spaces and for those who work remotely.
The AAB line is expected to be available in the first quarter of 2018.
Google previously announced plans for an Android and Apple-based fitness tracker.
The Wall Street Post said in September that the company would begin selling fitness products through its own online store and via physical retailers, such as Walmart and Best Buy.
The Fitbit and Jawbone fitness trackers are currently available in some countries, such the US, but Google hasn’t yet said which markets will be supported.
Google also announced that it plans to begin selling its Android-based smartwatches, Android Wear smartwands and Android Pay-enabled phones, which will be made available through a partnership with Samsung.
Google will begin selling the Android-powered smartwand in the United States in the second quarter of 2020.