Samsung Health, the health app developed by the manufacturer and suitable for Android other than the Galaxy, is about to introduce a significant change: will force all users to login with Samsung account. Those who skip the ‘login’ will be required to register with Samsung.
The niche of sports applications is growing, not in vain have they suffered a authentic explosion of downloads during 2020 due to mobility restrictions. There is Independent sports apps, from sports brands, from the most popular gyms and even mobile manufacturers, such as Samsung Health. It offers sports records, healthy values and even training; with the advantage that it is not exclusive to Samsung mobiles. That is why it was possible to use the application without registering, a fact that is about to change.
If you want to use Samsung Health you must register with Samsung
The health application offers a comfortable, simple, visual and quite complete way to keep track of a multitude of healthy values. In addition to allowing sports registration, with built-in pedometer, Samsung Health allows you to add the amount of coffee taken daily, blood pressure, heart rate and you can even keep track of women’s health. All without the need for the Samsung Health user to register, something that will change in January 2021.
As we can read in app (‘Notices’ section), with the next Samsung Health version 6.15 registration with a Samsung account will be essential. This will imply that all those who are using it without registering, and do not have the aforementioned account, one must be opened if they wish to continue using Samsung Health. Otherwise, the app will stop working in January 2021, as version 6.15 is released; all data being lost in the event that the app is deleted.
If you are one of those who use the Samsung Health services on your mobile, make sure you have it registered with a Samsung account if you want to keep all the data registered. Once version 6.15 goes into effect It will no longer be possible to skip the registration when using the app.
Via | Sammobile
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