Recently Samsung launched the new Galaxy S III smartphone with a range of new apps to go alongside it, even more recently they have added another app named S Health which allows users to check their weight, blood pressure and sugar levels from their phone.

Alongside the application itself users can also sync their data with blood pressure monitors and blood glucose meters made by Lifescan, Omron and A&D over Bluetooth or USB.

The app will also store all of the readings over time and share them with their contacts or social networks, S Health is launching today in the US, South Korea and five other countries in Europe, if you live in one of these you can download the app from the Samsung Apps Store.

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