Samsung Launches S Health Application for Galaxy S III

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  • 02 Jul 2012
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  • So, we’ve got the S Voice, S Beam, S Planner and S Pen out there from Samsung. What else are they preparing to give us a complete suite of services? A new addition would be the S Health app for the Samsung Galaxy S III, that was just announced.

    The software allows the users to record health related information like the weight, blood pressure, blood sugar level and calories and view all of that in an user-friendly health chart. That can also be posted on a social network, although you want your friends to see you’ve got high blood pressure and you blew 4000 calories over a weekend. The app is now available in 7 countries: UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, South Korea and USA. You can download it from the Samsung Apps store or through the More Services app.

    This app was originally announced during the Galaxy S III unveiling in May, if I remember well. It can sync up with blood pressure monitors and blood glucose meters easily and it’s compatible with brands such as Lifescan, Omron and A&D. It’s all done via Bluetooth or USB, depending on the machine you use. The new app is able to store readings and allows you to view them when necessary. You can also manually enter data such as diets, exercise, medication and more.

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