It’s been a week since Samsung Health was updated with Dark Mode support, and now Samsung is rolling out a new update for the app, pushing it to version 6.9.0.055 and introducing a new Women’s health category that lets you track your menstrual cycle.
This might be a most-welcomed addition to Samsung Health because, as it turns out, most third-party apps designed to track menstrual cycles are either locked behind a paywall or they are of poor execution. With the latest update to Samsung Health, this should no longer be as big of an issue, as the app now includes a dedicated menstrual cycle calendar.
The official changelog also mentions Dark Mode, but as we’ve explained, this feature was added last week. Likewise, the changelog states that ‘various bug fixes and improvements have been applied,’ but it doesn’t go into detail as to what exactly they entail.
As usual, you can try to update Samsung Health via the Galaxy Store or Play Store, or you can visit our APK archive by hitting the link and download the latest version of Samsung Health to install it on your Galaxy device.
This is just one of the ways in which Samsung has improved its Health platform over the past six months. At CES 2020, the company introduced Samsung Health to its smart TVs as the perfect companion for your indoor gym and has partnered with various fitness brands, including Echelon, to offer training videos on the big screen.