17 January 2017
Samsung S health app is an activity tracker similar to Microsoft Health and Google Fit. The app can connect to some third-party health tracking services like Nike’s running app, Quardio for blood pressure monitoring, StepBet, Moikit and much more. But the app had yet to integrate with other popular services include Runkeeper, Strava, and Fitbit.
Recently, Samsung has updated their S Health app to version 4.8.0, which allow users to connect their S Health data to Microsoft Health service. But Samsung didn’t mention this in their app changelog previously. You can now find this option by heading to More > Settings > Connected services, here you can see a number of services that can be integrated with S Health including Fitbit, Jawbone, Microsoft, Misfit, Runkeeper, and Strava.
Using Microsoft integration you can sync data between both health tracking services, which means Samsung Gear wearable owners will be able to sync health data to Microsoft Health through Samsung’s S-Health app.
You can download the latest version of Samsung S-Health app from the link below
- S Health | Android | Google Play Store, Free