Samsung’s S Health app has been around for a couple of years now, helping Galaxy device owners to help track their activities and stay on top of their fitness. Now all other Android device owners can use Samsung’s activity tracker, too.
Samsung has updated its S Health app to support non-Samsung Android devices. To use the app, you’ll need an Android phone running 4.4 KitKat or higher. The company does not that tablets and “some mobile devices” won’t be supported and that some functions of the app may not be available based on your region or service provider.
The full changelog for this latest S Health update is as follows:
Added health tips to the dashboard (US/UK/Korea)
Simplified food logging & portion changing
Added a setting feature for screen lock password
Improved location info accuracy during exercise (China)
Added more devices support:
There’s certainly no shortage of apps out there that’ll track your activity, calories and more, but Samsung’s S Health app is an attractive app from a well-known company, so it may be worth a look if you have any interest in activity apps. You can grab it from the Google Play link below