Samsung’s S Health App Now Runs On Non-Samsung Devices
Samsung states the updated app “provides users with more interactive and easy-to-use health functions”, including functions allowing users to track their everyday activities, get coaching to reach daily goals and improve their fitness with curated programs.
A new, customisable dashboard is designed to provide a quick summary of daily goals and activities, allowing users to set their own goals, check progress and see latest tracked values at a glance.
S Health allows users to set goals such as to “be more active,” “eat healthier,” or “feel more rested”, with Samsung stating tips and rewards provide for a more interactive experience.
Specific programs can be used to achieve fitness milestones, such as a 5 km or 10 km run goal, with voice guidance available to help runners achieve their goals.
Built-in sensors on Samsung Galaxy and Gear devices help track heart rate, steps, walking, running, cycling, hiking, sports, sleep, food, water, caffeine, weight, blood pressure, blood glucose and Sp02.
S Health is compatible with Samsung’s wearables and smartphones starting from the Samsung Galaxy S3, along with compatible non-Samsung Android devices.