Samsung revealed today during the keynote at the Samsung Developer Conference 2016 in San Francisco, California that its S Health platform has rapidly grown its user base. The figures that the company shared during the keynote show that millions of people have opted to use S Health their platform of choice to monitor their health and fitness.
S Health is a complete health and fitness platform that works as your personal fitness coach. It can be used to set targets, track everyday activities and reach new milestones with Goals. It features intuitive charts and helpful tips to keep users informed about their fitness and aid them in their quest to stay fit and get healthy. Built-in trackers allow users to track their steps, exercise or food and manage their health records like heart rate, SpO2 and ultraviolet using the sensors found inside Samsung smartphones and wearable devices. No wonder more than 150 million people in over 130 countries across the globe are actively using Samsung S Health.