A new update to the highly regarded Google Fit has just been released that makes it compatible with flagships including the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Note 4. Google Fit is one of the most downloaded Android health apps, and fully extends your Android device for all health related functions.
The new Google Fit Android app update fixes the compatibility issues that has been noted with many of the top-selling flagship smartphones. The issues prior to the update included Samsung smartphones running Lollipop that seemed to keep the HR sensor running all the time.
Over the past couple of weeks, you may have noticed seeing that Google Fit was “incompatible” with most Samsung smartphones as this was a sort of “under construction” notification, but with the Google Fit update it’s no longer the case. Currently, the app is compatible with all Android Wear devices and you can track your personalized information across all Android supported smartphones, tablets, and of course, Android Wear smartwatches.
As of this time, there are no reported issues with the compatibility with Google Fit and the Galaxy S6 and Note 4 running 5.0 or higher. If you currently have the Google Fit Android app installed, you can expect to see the 1.52 update version, or you can head over to the Google Play Store and download the app through this exclusive link.