Samsung Health 4+

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.

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Samsung Health is currently compatible with Samsung Gear S2, Samsung Gear S3, Samsung Gear S4, Gear Fit2, Gear Fit2 pro, Gear Sports, Galaxy Fit, Galaxy Fitⓔ , Galaxy Watch Active2, Galaxy Watch3 and Galaxy Fit2 only.

Samsung Health provides basic, but mandatory features that help you improve your health.
Samsung Health analyses your exercise and activity history, and helps you achieve weight loss and lead a healthy lifestyle.

Using several trackers, you can manage your walking, running, cycling, mountain climbing, indoor exercise, and outdoor exercise data, etc., while useful tips and exercise programs developed based on your customized settings help you fulfill the purpose of your exercise.

42 languages, including English, French, and Chinese, are supported; for other language regions, English is supported.

The available features may vary depending on the region, service provider, and device model.

You can manage data via Samsung account.

Samsung Health must only be used for improving physical fitness and health, and cannot be used for diagnosing disorders or conditions, or for curing, relieving, treating, or preventing disorders.

Apple Health tracks your step count and can share that data with Samsung Health to provide an accurate step count. User can control permission for this sharing in Apple Health Settings.

What’s New

Version 1.14.6

- Bug fixes and stability improvement

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
27K Ratings

27K Ratings

king_henco_the_second ,

I really like this app, but some of its bugs make it unusable

I just wanna say I do not hate this app whatsoever I love this app very much and I’ve been using it for a couple of months now. I use it primarily to track my eating habits and to track my cycling and mountain biking progress. I normally go on biking trips for up to two hours and track from start to finish. recently when I finish my trip and I look back on my progress the app crashes and all of my progress is gone. this is extremely disappointing. i’ve also recently encountered a glitch where when I add my food The nutrition score stays at zero and does not rise. and that’s not because I eat non-nutritious food, my eating habits havent changed much and it used to actually show a score a couple of months back. I would totally give you guys a five star review with these two issues can be addressed and fixed. this app is incredible and it is help me lose weight in the past but these recent issues make this app unusable.

Developer Response ,

Dear user, we are very sorry for the issue.
Please report it through the app Contact us with System log and Screenshot to the development team. You can Watch this video to learn how:
(Samsung Health: Sending Error Report).
Thank you.

Zoomy350 ,

Missing the running coach metrics

I have loved the Samsung Health app on my Samsung phone paired to my Samsung smartwatch. Recently I switched to an iPhone but kept my Samsung watch and still use the Samsung Health app for my workouts. A few questions/issues I have come across since I switched phones though. 1) After I record a run on my watch, there is no longer a way I can view my running metrics like symmetry, stiffness, air time, etc. Is that a function that is not available though the iOS version of Samsung Health? 2) On a bike ride with my Samsung phone and watch, I used to get the audio coach to my Bluetooth headphones (non Samsung or Apple) every mile. The coach still comes across my watch speaker but no longer through my headphones. Do I have a wrong setting or is that not supported? The headphones will receive music and phone calls like they did with the all Samsung setup. 3) Lastly, on my Samsung device I was able to pair MyFitnessPal (MFP) app to the Samsung Health app. It would allow me to record my weight in MFP and record workouts on Samsung Health. Then all of my steps and workouts would show up in MFP from my Samsung Health activities. Now I can’t seem to figure out a way for the two apps to talk on my Apple device. Is that feature unavailable? Thanks for your time and thanks for making an overall great app.

Developer Response ,

Hello there! we are sorry for any inconvenience. The Samsung Health app in iOS is still relatively new compared to its Android counterpart. We will implement more features and functions as we go along. We appreciate your understanding and patience. Thank you.

Crush_D ,

Much improved, but still buggy

The app largely does what you want from a health tracker, though the interface isn't entirely intuitive. You can view and enter data from selecting in the goals display or by clicking on a tracker item added to the grid. What I don't understand is why those take you to different interfaces for the same data. It's like the developers couldn't decide on an approach so they gave us both, but both are incomplete without the other view.

Syncing is much improved with the latest version of the software, plus a firmware update on my G3 watch. Biggest problem for me is a date/time bug which affects entering "dinner" details. Looks like it doesn't correctly account for your local timezone (I'm on EDT) so entries will disappear for today and show up instead for tomorrow. Sometimes it doesn't happen immediately, so you briefly see the totals you expect only to have them change. Super frustrating as it seems there's no good way for the user to correct it and force the date, and you can't delete the data for tomorrow until, well tomorrow. I've even seen it happen trying to correct data for the previous day despite having the date and time explicitly set.

Developer Response ,

Dear Crush_D, we are glad the app is working well for you now. We would request you to report this timezone issue through the App Contact us with screenshot and system log so the development team can investigate. You can watch this video to find out how to report an error: (Samsung Health: Sending Error Report). We appreciate your patience and understanding regarding the matter, 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:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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

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