Samsung is pushing out an update to the S Health app for its smartphones over on the Play Store and on the Galaxy Apps store. The update adds some new functionality to make the entire experience more convenient, such as the ability to automatically record walking and running data and get additional help through the FAQ and contact menus.
The updated app will let you view various records of yours (including weekly summaries) in the My page section. There’s something about the camera value being used for recording blood pressure and glucose levels; it’s for the Chinese market only, and it looks like you will be able to use the camera to monitor blood pressure and glucose (you can only add these values manually on previous versions). The update also improves the interface for the dashboard screen (more information is now visible at a glance) and third-party apps that integrate with S Health. A few bug fixes are included as well.
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