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The S Health app for the Samsung Galaxy S5 is updated

Users who have a telephone Samsung Galaxy S5 They have good news, since the S Health application, in the version specifically created for this device, receives an update that allows it to increase its usefulness. The deployment is being carried out in a phased manner in the different regions.

The most interesting novelty that includes the new version of S Health is that, now, it is possible that this development controls the level of stress that the user has. To do this, it makes good use of the sensor that measures the heart rate (HR Sensor) that is included on the back of the Samsung Galaxy S5 -just below the camera-. By measuring the results obtained, and thanks to some parameters that are included in the application itself, quite reliable results can be obtained (always taking into account what the developers themselves indicate).

Below we leave an image in which you can see how the new utility works in S Health and the corresponding icons that are included (which, the truth, are quite curious). As always, the simplicity is the predominant note in the use of the application on the Galaxy S5:

With the new functionality, in addition to knowing the exact state in which the user is – referring to their level of status -, they can also create comparisons of the different measurements that have been made in this section (with daily and monthly sections). Obviously, the results obtained should not be taken as if they were provided by a doctor, since they do not offer the same accuracy, but at least they can be a benchmark by which to guide.

It is not really a shocking novelty, but the truth is that it shows that the Korean company intends to evolve the software it has to make the most of the use of the accessories that are integrated into its terminal (such as the reader of footprints). In this way, users who have a Galaxy S5 will have more options When it comes to getting the most out of your phone that, not too long ago it also got Knox 2.0 compatibility.

Via: Android Authority