Health Sync 5.7.1 [free]


Do you want your health data collected by Google Fit synced to Samsung Health? Or the other way around: health data in Samsung Health to be synced to Google Fit? Health
Sync offers you the possibility to sync Steps, Exercises/Activities, Sleep, Weight, Water intake, Blood pressure and Heart rate from Samsung Health to Google Fit, or from
Google Fit to Samsung Health. Health Sync will sync automatically one to six times per hour, you can choose how often. You can also perform a manual sync. It will sync
data starting at the day before you first uses the app. History data (all data before the day of installation) can be synced after the free trail period.Health Sync is very easy to use. It offers you a one week free trial period. After that you have to pay a small subscription amount or a one time purchase to continue
using Health Sync.
Weight and heart rates are synced in both directions: from Samsung Health to Google Fit and from Google Fit to Samsung Health. The other health data (steps, sleep,
exercise/activity) are only synced in one direction: from Samsung Health to Google Fit or from Google Fit to Samsung Health. It is technically not possible to sync this
health data in both directions.
In Samsung Health it is possible to make a distinction between steps counted by your phone, or steps counted by connected devices like smart watches. You can combine these
steps: Health Sync calculates when you use your Gear device and will only sync the phone recorded steps at times you don't use your Gear device.
Mail to [email protected] if you would like additional health data to be synced. When the sync doesn't work correctly you can send Health Sync Problem Report to the
developer (this is an option in the menu of Health Sync). You can also mail to [email protected]

Editor's Comment

Old Versions

Download by QR Code
  • App Name: Health Sync
  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • App Code: nl.appyhapps.healthsync
  • Version: 5.7.1
  • Requirement: 4.4 or higher
  • File Size : 4.86 MB
  • Updated: 2019-07-15