trying to understand why Samsung provide a service like global step challenge and then allow cheats to dominate the board every month.. it's not rocket science that if someone dies 200000 steps a day they are cheating or if on average they have done 2 steps a second , every second eithout sleep since the challenge opened they are cheating. why don't Samsung care about this and stop it ? it puts a lot of people off using the service
The problem is and evolves into how these hackers exercise their ability to hack. Accountability begins with registering. And it should end with continual registering of your identity in the things you claim to do. Without that continual presence, all we do os lost in the cosmos of applications
Samsung should fix the issue with these cheats and scammers. I pulled out now. I had this friend who was a girl turn out to be a male.
Waste of time
I'm almost to that point. When I do, I'm changing back to Apple. Someone will get a great deal on my Note 8, S8+ and Gear S3.
Samsung continues to ignore the user complaints
Don't go all crazy over a simple Competition on a health app.
Unlike the fellow above you who clearly friended someone on S-Health cause he thought they were a woman.
My issues with Samsung are well beyond the health app. New note 8 had to replace screen due to burn in one 2 months after purchase. Gear S3 powers down intermittently, poor customer service, cannot add weather location on gear, I can go on and on.
The biggest problem I have with these cheaters, is the fact that they mess up the stats. We'll never have a true reflection of our monthly step count wrt the global average etc.
Samsung doesn't care about this challenge as long as you join. They only understand when the numbers fall.... I won't join again for 6months and see if it has changed ... If not I'll stay with Underarmour challenges ... They run honest contests