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Get S-Health on a non-Samsung device

You can now get Samsung's popular fitness tracking app on any Android phone running KitKat and above


Confused by the fitness app explosion? Wishing the Google Fit app was more comprehensive? What you need is the Samsung S Health app that is now available for non-Samsung devices.

As long as you’re running Android 4.4 KitKat or above, your phone should be compatible with this app. This means that you can use its great features as a control centre for logging and monitoring your fitness, diet and overall health.

Getting started is easy. While there is no compulsion to set up or log in to an existing Samsung account, this is useful for syncing the data you record with the app, especially if you move to another phone or want to assess your progress online on a PC.

A tile-based user interface displays the trackers, goals and programs that you set up, enabling you to quickly check your progress or update your dietary intake.