S Health is an application that monitors the user's activities and helps the user has a healthier life. S Health's collected data can be categorized and expressed in various ways. It is important to present proper information to the user in the required time for advanced experiences. S Health 4.x supports Android devices with KitKat 4.4 including non-Samsung devices.
Samsung Digital Health SDK enables your app to work with S Health 4.x. It provides the following packages.
Health Data package
S Health Service package
The SDK can be downloaded from the developer site. See development environment for more information.
This document contains descriptions for the SDK’s S Health Service package. See the Health Data package’s documents if you want to synchronize health data with S Health.
The S Health Service package of Samsung Digital Health SDK provides the tracker feature to:
provide the app's tracker to the S Health
launch the S Health's available tracker
The following glossary in Table 1 is for the S Health Service package.
|S Health||An application that helps monitor user’s activities and helps the user makes a healthier life with pedometer, exercise, heart rate, and etc. It can be downloaded from the application market like Google Play or Galaxy Apps.
It’s written as italic in this document.
|tracker||The tracker is the basic building block of S Health.
See 5.1 for more information.
|tracker tile||The tracker tile is a unit of viewer for the specific tracker on S Health. It represents the latest data collected by its tracker and can be a gateway.
See 6.2 for more information.
|Tracker items||It's the item list that shows all trackers in S Health.|
See attached programming guide pdf file for more information.