Android phones are getting smarter right now guys. Few years ago, i was really impressed when my Nexus One able to tell my exact location. Months later, i’m impressed with the Retina Display presented on iPhone 4S and it seems like the development of technology won’t stop impress me just yet.
Samsung is recently announce their new innovation in both Android and health care technology. Their latest son of a gun, Galaxy S III, is now packed with built-in health monitoring system called as S Health. As i’m already explained before, this app will help the phone’s users to monitor her/his own health condition and keep their doctors receive constant updates about it. Hmm, sounds like a personal nurse for me. So, after having a personal digital assistant, now i can have my own nurse on Android phone. Amazing!
S Health android app will be able to monitor lot of aspect on your health, including blood pressure and heartbeat rate. The developer said that Android phone is a great device to replace other medical tools like Sphygmomanometer (phew, that’s a really long name to write), same device that you use to measure your blood pressure. Other information that you can get from S Health app is the blood sugar level, weight, and calories. If you think that you’re healthy enough, you can even share your health information to other friends via Facebook or other desired social network since S Health also support for that function.
So, if you need to have your personal nurse on your Galaxy S III, you can donwload this app right away from Samsung’s App store. But please note that it is only available for download in South Korea, US, and other five European countries. Just search for S Health app and you should be able to grab it immediately.
Well, i think that Samsung manage to come out with a really good innovation with this app. Aside from make you smarter, now your phone can make you even more healthier! Combine this with the exercise program from other android app like Nike Fit+ and you might even have your six pack belly within months!tags: app, Galaxy S III, Health, S Health, SAmsung