Samsung's S Health App Now Works on All Android Phones

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  1. dgstorm

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    For some time now, Samsung has been making their S Health app available on select Samsung smartphones. That changed today though. Samsung is now making their S Health app available for use on any Android smartphone, and you can download it from the Google Play Store for free. Here's a quote with a brief description and a link below:

    Source: Google Play Store - Samsung S Health
     
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    Interesting. Maybe I'll go back to it from Fit knowing what little I do with it will be transferrable to my next phone.
     
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    makes sense since they've also done the same with their soon to be released smartwatches. Why get a Samsung smartwatch for fitness tracking that'll work on your Moto, or other, phone only to not be able to sync it with that phone?

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