Samsung’s S Health app now supports all Android phones

Samsung’s S Health app now supports all Android phones

Much like Apple’s Health app, it supports partner apps, allowing you to connect a third-party wearable and siphon all of its data into the S Health dashboard — useful if you’re wanting to pair

Samsung S Health | Now Available On All Android Phones

Samsung’s S Health is your all-in-one health and fitness app, now available on all Android phones By Robert Nazarian @RobNazarian — Posted on September 21, 2015 – 9:04AM 9.21.15 – 9:04AM

Samsung’s S Health fitness app is now available for all

S Health, Samsung’s in-house crack at health and fitness apps, has been exclusively-available on some of its top-end Galaxy devices for a long, long time. Alas, neither the company’s lower-end models nor the Android offerings of the rest of the manufacturers have been able to give it a spin.

Samsung Health – Apps on Google Play

Sep 13, 2018 · The App supports all Samsung smartphones starting from Galaxy S3 onwards and includes Non-Samsung Android smartphones as well. Tablets and some mobile devices may not be supported. Some functions may not be available based on regions/service providers/devices. Samsung Health requires Android OS 5.0 or above. Samsung Health supports over 70


Samsung’s S Health App Updated To Support Non-Samsung Devices

Fitness tracker apps are a dime a dozen in the Play Store, but few are as visible as S Health. This app has tens of millions of installs because it comes bundled on all newer Samsung phones, and

Samsung’s S Health App Now Available for Non-Galaxy

The S Health app is now available on Google Play and is compatible with any Android smartphone running Android 4.4 KitKat and above. The S Health app natively supports over 70 languages including

Samsung’s S Health App Receives Another Major Update

Samsung has lately been paying more attention to its S Health app after the tech giant decided to offer the said mobile fitness coach to all Android devices.

Samsung S Health app now available for all Android devices

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Samsung S Health App Available for Download on All Android

Recent high-end Samsung phones like the Galaxy lineup included S Health, a health and fitness tracking […] Samsung S Health App Available for Download on All Android Devices Samsung S Health App can be downloaded on any Android devices now and is available for free on the Play Store.

Samsung S Health app update enables support for non

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

Samsung Health – Samsung Electronics America

Now yours with Samsung financing. Log in to your Samsung Account. Samsung Health supports over 70 languages, including English, French, and Chinese. Adjust Sync Options You can sync information from your Samsung account to the Samsung Health app. Open Samsung Health, and then touch More Options > Settings. Touch the Samsung

Google Play Store now home to Samsung S Health app

Any Samsung smartphone running Android 5.0 can now load up the current version of Samsung S Health directly from the Google Play Store. This is the version of the fitness-centric app that comes out of the box with the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge.

Samsung’s S Health app now works with other Android phones

Samsung’s S Health app is ready to help you meet fitness goals, even if you don’t have a Samsung phone. S Health can now be downloaded to any Android device from the Play Store and get to work

Not going it alone: Samsung brings S-Health app to non

S-Health now works on all Samsung phones since the company’s Galaxy S3 and also on any Android device running Android 4.4 or better. Google Play Store adds support for Android app promo codes.

Samsung Health: Get In Shape With Samsung’s One-Stop

Back at the end of March, Samsung announced that its S Health app was getting a makeover.So much so that the S Health moniker was dropped in favor of the new ‘Samsung Health’ label.