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How to Synchronize Samsung Health to Google Fit

While Samsung Health is great for capturing fitness data, it doesn’t integrate with third-party apps and services. Thankfully, this problem can be solved with a simple bridge app called Health Sync.

It combines your activity metrics to make them mean something, rather than just listing stats like “steps” or “heart points”. To get started, download the Health Sync app from the Google Play Store.

How to sync

Samsung Health and Google Fit are two powerful apps that let you track your fitness activity in a more integrated way. If you have both apps installed on your smartphone, you can sync them to each other using a third-party tool called Health Sync. This app is available on the Play Store and lets you choose which data from each app to sync with other apps, including Samsung Health and Google Fit.

Once you’ve set up Samsung Health and Google Fit, open the Health Sync app on your Android device. Tap on the three dots at the top right corner to open settings and scroll down until you see the option ‘App permissions.’ Select ‘Allow all’ to sync your information with all the supported apps on your phone, including Samsung Health and Google Fit.

The first time you use the Health Sync, it will ask you to read the Privacy Policy and agree to it. Once you do, the app will notify you that it has completed the syncing process.

First step

If you are a Samsung Galaxy Watch owner, you can now use the Google Fit platform to connect your device with your other fitness apps. For example, you can sync data from community and workout challenge apps to your Samsung Health account. You can also integrate calorie intake from your meal tracker app into Samsung Health and get a more comprehensive picture of your fitness.

The first step is to download the Health Sync app on your smartphone and link it to your Google Fit account. You will be prompted to grant the application permissions, so select Allow all. Once you’ve done this, all your fitness data will sync seamlessly between your Samsung devices.

AMP is working on a way to directly sync Samsung fitness data to Google Fit, but for now, you’ll need a third party. For more information, visit the AMP website. There are also screenshots that walk you through the process. You can even sync sleep data from your Samsung wearable to Google Fit if you have an Android phone with Sleep As Android installed.

Second step

Samsung Health is a comprehensive health platform that collects data from Samsung wearables and third-party apps. It also supports a wide variety of fitness, weight, and sleep trackers, and it offers a Software Development Kit (SDK) for app creators to provide additional features.

Samsung has a new tool that can link Samsung Health and Google Fit. It’s called the Health Sync app, which syncs your steps and activity tracking data between the two apps. It’s available for Android devices, and it’s free to use for the first week.

To get started, download the Health Sync app from the Play Store. Then, open the app and tap three dots in the top-right corner to view settings options. You’ll see a section with settings for connected apps and services; scroll down to find Health Connect and select it. Once you’ve selected Health Connect, you can choose which data types to sync with Google Fit. To set up syncing, tap the toggle next to “Allow all,” then tap Allow in the pop-up menu.

Third step

Samsung Health is a powerful app for tracking your fitness data and metrics. Its UI follows the design of Samsung’s other apps and devices. However, it lacks the same level of integration with third-party exercise tracking apps and services as Google Fit does. Fortunately, the two apps can now sync with one another using an app called Health Sync.

To begin, make sure you have both Galaxy Wearables and Samsung Health downloaded and installed on your phone. Once the apps are ready to sync, go to Settings on your phone and tap the three-dot button in the top right. Tap Connected apps and services and select Health Sync from the list of options.

The syncing process can take a few minutes to complete. Once completed, the data will be available in both Google Fit and Samsung Health. You can also choose whether to display data from your wearable or your smartphone in either app. This enables you to see the best data for your goals.