Is a female health/period tracker going to be added at any point, I can't even find one that is compatible. Anyone know of any?
Husband suggested I use the galaxy active 2 over my vivofit. The first thing I researched was menstrual cycle to find nothing exists. I count on this just as much as he does. I am disappointed that you don't even respond to this request anymore. Accountability speaks volumes.
The suggestion below: "There are third-party apps you can download and install that can be used to track your monthly cycle"... Remember the 3rd parties APPs does not work on galaxy watches.
So, please @Samsung do you have another solution?
Good Day I would also like to know if there is going to be a app for female health or just for tracking periods
please urgently advise
After watching many many reviews on Youtube that the Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro is one of the best smart/fit watches. I decided to change from Fitbit Charge 2 to Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro, after seeing the previous thread on this topic makes me wish I never did. Women are becoming more than half the population, and by far the leading consumer in spending. It is appauling after almost 2 years of the previous thread there has been no update for cycle tracking (mentral/period) in S Health. Where Fitbit has offered this function years ago, after even seeing the responding comments "thanks for your input, we are working on it", it's obvious you are not. It just goes to show you don't have any women in your corporate offices writting code, and/or maybe your chauvinistic app programer managers just don't take them seriously. I might have to return my watch and get another Fitbit charge 3.
-Disappointed FEMALE consumer
When Samsung will stop ignoring thousands of women and actually do something we're asking for, for ages?
Samsung health needs a female tracker (periods, ovulation, pregnancy) option.
It's stupid we can keep track of how many coffees we drank but we cannot track out menstrual cycle.
SAMSUNG! DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT!
Is there a date of when you will incorporate female health into the Samsung Health app? This is essential and a deal breaker for your products.
There's no news on this-- which is rather sad and disappointing. Addressing our concerns would be appreciated.
Purchased Active 2 to replace my wife's Fitbit for Christmas. Looks like we'll be returning it as she uses the cycle traker on her Fitbit.
I tried this route as well.. could not find a Samsung US.. just seemed weird.. and couldn't find where others took to Twitter for this subject-- which also seemed weird!
I didn't bother with twitter, I went to the app store and gave the S Health app the review it deserved. Maybe if the app goes from 4 star recommendations to 1 star, it may make a difference. I use the sleep and female health trackers the most so the fitbit widget is going to be staying on my phone. Disappointing.
I J want a period Tracker ad much as everyone else does because it would be great to look at the watch and see what's going on and know how many days until next period. And yes Samsung is behind fitbit in that department. But those of you that bought the galaxy watch just for this feature and sending it back are losing out on a great watch. I've always used the app Flo and it sends you notifications when your period is close. It's the best for right now and I'm ok with that until Samsung gets their head out of their ass and Integrates a period trq ker with shealth
Please, everyone here know about other wonderful apps and you being condescending and patronicing is a waste of everyones time.
If you buy the samsung product anyway even if it is being sexist, you are not affecting their demand. So you are supporting the situation. Why would they develop this if women do not react or demand it? The app is called samsung health, but it dismisses one of the most important parts of female health. They can call it Samsung male health, then. What i did is return my Samsung watch, write a bad review to the samsung health app and buy a fitbit.
I wasn't being condicending and patronizing as you claiml. Nobody said they were being sexist. You'd say fitbit was sexist if they didn't impliment the female tracker. Sounds like the only reason you bought a fitbit was for the female tracker and not for the fitness tracker aspect. Fitbit products are ***** and their replacement ability is weak to say the least. I'm not here to bash anyone for their opinion but I see exactly where you're taking this so I'll leave it at this. Everyone has their own opinion of what should and shouldn't be as I did. End of story