News by Luke Jones on Friday September 18, 2015.
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Samsung is not always the most giving when it comes to sharing its software, but the company could be loosening its grip as the S Health fitness suite is now available for all Android devices. Well, all Android devices running build 4.4 KitKat and above that is, available now through the Google Play Store.Until now the suite has only been available on Samsung's own high end devices even if it was on the Google Play Store since earlier in the year, but now it will be available across the board for budget and flagship handsets alike, provided your smartphone meets the software requirements. S Health is a robust feature-full fitness oriented app and can even read your heartrate, if you have a monitor on your device. If not, well you can make use of the myriad other goodies on board, such as the ability to count steps, weight, calorie intake, and just a whole host of other stuff. Samsung has made the app completely free, so it?s worth a look we think, even if the treadmill is your worst enemy.
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