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Samsung's S Health arrives on the Play Store
Samsung has uploading its activing tracking S Health app to the Google Play Store, allowing users to more easily update the application. Previously, Samsung had only made the app and its updates available through the Galaxy Apps Store.
This also has the added benefit of allowing Samsung devices updated to Android 5.0 Lollipop, such as the Galaxy Note 4 or even the older Galaxy S4, to grab the latest version of S Health. This version, which shipped with the Galaxy S6, has been updated with a new Material Design interface. However, arrival on the Play Store doesn’t mean that the app will work with every handset, functionality is still limited to Samsung Touchwiz devices.
S Health can be used to track your daily steps taken, heart rate, stress levels, daily calorie intake and even your sleep pattern, to help you keep on top of your health. Here’s the link if you want to download the app from the Play Store. If you don’t have a Galaxy devices but are intrigued by S Health’s features, you can always check out what the app is all about by download the Samsung Galaxy S6 Experience application.