Samsung seems to be going through a major revamp of its core apps. After coming across a few of its apps leak in a new avatar, SamMobile has uncovered the all new S Health app with a slightly revamped design. This is not a major refresh from the current iteration of the app, but the company has done some minor UI changes, especially with regards to the font. This updated app also allows users to access the music player and their location on the map during runs, right within one screen, so that you don’t have to switch between different windows or applications to change the track or spot your location on the map.
These screenshots were reportedly taken from a SM-G900H, so it’s hard to ascertain if these were taken from the Galaxy S5 or any other smartphone running the app. Given that the changes on board aren’t major, it’s safe to assume that the updated app will be available on older Samsung devices as well. These changes fit in nicely with Android 4.4, which introduced a flatter UI to stock Android smartphones. The new S Health app is certainly one to watch out for as it introduces a couple of new features in addition to improving existing functions. The app should be available by default on the Galaxy S5 when it launches next month.
Via: Sam Mobile