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Description

* Galaxy Fit is not Compatible with iPad and iPod touch

The Samsung Galaxy Fit application connects Samsung Galaxy Fit2, Gear Fit2, Gear Fit2 pro and Galaxy Fit, Galaxy Fitⓔ to your mobile device. It also manages and monitors Samsung Galaxy Fit2, Gear Fit2, Gear Fit2 pro, Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fitⓔ features and applications installed through Gear Appstore.

Use the Samsung Galaxy Fit application to set up and manage the following features:
- Connect to and disconnect from a mobile device
- Application download and settings
- Find my Gear
Install the Samsung Galaxy Fit application on your mobile device, then pair your Samsung Galaxy Fit2, Gear Fit2, Gear Fit2 pro and Galaxy Fit, Galaxy Fitⓔ with a Bluetooth connection and enjoy all of its features.

※ Compatibility
- Samsung Galaxy Fit is not Compatible with iPad and iPod touch

※ Settings and features provided by the Samsung Galaxy Fit application are only available when Samsung Galaxy Fit2, Gear Fit2, Gear Fit2 pro and Galaxy Fit, Galaxy Fitⓔ is connected to your mobile device. Features will not work properly without a proper connection between Samsung Galaxy Fit2, Gear Fit2, Gear Fit2 pro or Galaxy Fit, Galaxy Fitⓔ and your mobile device.

※ This application is only for Samsung Galaxy Fit2, Gear Fit2, Gear Fit2 pro and Galaxy Fit, Galaxy Fitⓔ

* Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

* If you have any questions about Samsung Galaxy Fit, please contact to the web page below.
(http://www.samsung.com/support/)

What’s New

Version 2.2.0

- General bug fixing and improved stability

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
2.1K Ratings

2.1K Ratings

Thickbass ,

Odd juggling act between this and Samsung Health

The Galaxy Fit app is pretty solid, other than the occasional bad update (some updates have made it impossible for my phone and Fit to connect). In theory, this app controls the device, and Samsung Health tracks your fitness data. In practice, you jump back and forth between the two to manage your settings. Also, one can lost the connection, and the other doesn’t, so I question how good the communication is between the two apps. It’s easy enough to quit one and restart it, but it is annoying as crap when I’m sitting in a meeting and my Fit notifications start going off constantly. This is almost always a sign that the Fit app crashed, but the Health app is fine, and my phone is dumping every notification it can to my phone (I have email and most app notifications turned off). I’m scrambling to open my phone and force Fit to quit and restart, to get it to stop before my arm vibrates off...

Developer Response ,

Dear user, we are so sorry to hear that. Please send a report from the Galaxy Fit app with a screenshot and system log by following the steps below :
Galaxy Fit app→ Menu in the top right corner → Contact us→ Report a Problem (make sure you tick on Send system log) and also write in details the issue you are facing.

Volvowner ,

Only one problem

I like almost everything about the Samsung watch: small, light, comfortable, with 2 week battery life (a key requirement for me). The app does a good job of supporting it, with one inexplicable flaw. Good Night mode is useful to keep the watch from brightening every time you move your arm at night. But why isn’t it tied to Do Not Disturb mode, which can be set to automatically activate at specified times like overnight? It’s an obvious association, yet you have to turn Good Night mode on and off manually. And if you forget to turn it off before you leave in the morning, it’s almost impossible to adjust in outdoor daylight.

Samsung, this should be an easy fix.

Developer Response ,

Dear user, we are sorry for the inconvenience. We will pass on your concerns to the development team. Thank you.

seriouslyicantfindanickname ,

After iOS 15 update, I have a buggy paperweight

After the iOS15 update, my Galaxy Fit no longer functions. The app says it can’t find the Fit, the Fit has a tendency to get stuck in a loop of trying to restart itself. After it gets out of a loop it can still take 30+ minutes before it can connect to the app and even display the correct time. Even when it does manage to stay connected for a few hours without restarting itself, the battery no longer holds a charge for a full day. I have updated the software on the Fit, uninstalled and reinstalled the app (while restarting my phone in between). I’m not convinced that a factory reset on the watch will make a difference. It was already pretty annoying that I had to switch between this app and the Samsung Health app to access different features (why aren’t the features rolled into one app like on a Fitbit?) but this is obnoxious. I’m really disappointed.

Developer Response ,

Dear user, we apologize for the inconvenience. We have duly noted your concern and will pass it along to the development team. Thank you.

App Privacy

The developer, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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