That is why Samsung takes the application beyond smartphones, making it available for its TVs. The South Korean company had announced these intentions earlier this year, but many people wondered if it made sense for this type of application to be used on smart displays.
More specifically, Sasmsung is trying to make a “revolution in the concept of home training.” After many of us performed physical activities such as training in our living room during the coronavirus pandemic, the South Korean company aims to facilitate and support this process.
Samsung Health for Smart TVs allows users to access free premium classes and train more easily. Also, customers can see all the information that the application collects about their workouts from their smartphones or smart watches.
Samsung Health supports custom profiles and allows the configuration of individual programs and schedules. In terms of training and classes, the South Korean technology giant has partnered with a number of leading companies that offer courses and videos for home training, including alm, obé fitness, barre3, Echelon, Fitplan and Jillian Michaels Fitness.
“The overall idea behind Samsung Health is to motivate consumers through all of our platforms to lead healthier lives wherever they are,” said Won-Jin Lee, executive vice president of Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics.
The bad news is that the app is only available for the company’s smart TVs from 2020.