Samsung’s S Health app was first announced back in May, at the Galaxy SIII unveiling. The S Health Android application is used to record the health related information. It can be used to measure blood sugar levels, your weight and the calories you have to determine anyone’s health chart. There is also deep social networking information that allows one to share health result on popular social services. Following their “Designed for Humans” motto, Samsung is offering the app to Galaxy S III owners in the US, South Korea, and five European countries. Other countries will soon follow and users will be able to enjoy the very useful app. If you are trying to find S Health on the Play Store don’t bother. Samsung is offering the app through their Samsung Apps store where you can also find more Galaxy series related apps. As it has become available you can either download the app from here (Samsung apps) if you live in one of the eligible countries or through the More Services link on the Galaxy SIII.
Samsung introduces S Health app for Galaxy S III
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