Samsung has updated their S Health app in the Galaxy Apps Store, adding some new features, while removing others for users in some countries. New features include weight management, sleeping time, and oxygen saturation measurement.
Oxygen saturation, also known as SpO₂, uses the sensor on the back of your Samsung device. Just place your finger on the sensor and measurement will start automatically.
You can also now measure your sleep. This requires a compatible wearable devices. Your UV exposure can also now be measured, and you can manage your weight loss right from the app.
Some features have been removed in certain countries with this update. Blood pressure, blood glucose, and stress have all been removed from a number of countries, including the UK, France, and Austria. Heart Rate measurement has also been removed from Angola.
You can download this update by going to Galaxy Apps on your Samsung device.
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