Following the leaks pertaining to Samsung's updated TouchWiz user interface in the past, now SamMobile has posted a gallery of screenshots which show the company's updated S Health app. And although the app is not official as of now, it looks similar to the current S Health app with same fairly green color tone. But the differences are evident, design-wise.
The updated S Health app loses the drop shadows found on the icons of the current app. It uses a lighter font and generally looks like it is following the same line of Google's design guidelines for Android 4.4 KitKat OS. Also the updated version is much flatter than the one that is currently in use. The app is also said to be compatible with the company's leaked TouchWiz UI.
As far as the app's new features are concerned, the new S Health will offer a single screen that will display the user's location on a map, distance traveled, speed and will also enable users to control the music. There are a number of images which shows these features.
However, there is no official confirmation of the app and availability of the update also remains to be unknown. But it could be announced alongside Samsung's upcoming flagship smartphone, Galaxy S5. The South Korea-based tech giant has also officially announced the schedule of its MWC 2014 event in February 24th, taking place in Barcelona, Spain.
The most awaited smartphone is said to come with QHD display, Samsung's very own and latest Exynos processor, 3GB of RAM, 16MP rear camera, Android 4.4 and could also be available in 32GB and 64GB variants.