Unveils S Health app as its entry into a mooted 'multi billion dollar' market.
The app is available for the Samsung Galaxy S III, and collects a variety of data about the user to help maintain a healthier lifestyle.
It is compatible with sensors like blood glucose and blood pressure monitors – sending the data via Bluetooth or USB.
Rather than simply acting as a warning system, S Health is able to present the collated information in easily-understandable formats like graphs and tables, giving the user the ability to track trends and monitor changes over a period of time.
It's an interesting strategic move by Samsung into what is expected to be one of the fastest growing mobile market sectors.
The GSMA reckons the m-health market will be worth $23billion by 2017 with 44 million m-health apps downloaded by the end of this year.