While connecting to Samsung smartwatches is undoubtedly part of the strategy. Samsung Health can also work as a general fitness assistant on a smartphone. It can track your steps with a phone’s accelerometer and save data. Such as sleep, workout times, water intake, and burned calories. You sync the data with other devices if you log in with a Samsung account. You can get Samsung Health from Play if your device runs Android 4.4 or higher.
The story behind the story: Samsung has never been content to rely only on services with its Android phones. It’s been more aggressive by pushing its Tizen-powered watch, Samsung Pay, and its tap-to-pay tool. Nonetheless, these are crowded spaces. Samsung must be content with Android Pay and a new crop of Android Wear watches.