I recently bought myself an Active2 Galaxy watch and I'm pleased with it so far, but it would have been so helpful if it could sync with my WW (aka weight watchers) app. Other devices like Fitbit, Garmin, etc do sync and your steps and activity count towards fitness points. It's a shame Galaxy watches and SHealth won't sync. There are many WW members who would appreciate that, so I thought I'd leave this here as feedback.
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I also just received an Active 2 for my Mother's Day gift. I CONTINUE to be disappointed that Samsung will NOT connect to the weight watchers app. I have been researching this and found that it is Samsung snubbing weight watchers....IS THIS TRUE???
I too recently purchased the active 2 watch. I also would love for it to sync to the weight watcher app like Apple's watch does. I know Samsung can do it and it would be greatly appreciated by many if it is done and soon. Also can't wait till the ECG function is activated.
Like others, I have a Galaxy Active2 watch and love it. It has helped me develop and maintain some good habits during quarantine!
I'm also about to join WW to get some of these stubborn pounds off, but realized that my Samsung App and device don't sync with the WW app - which means I don't get credit for the amount of activity I do. I guess I could get some 3rd party apps to share all my info from Samsung Health --> Fitbit or MyFitnessPal and then connect either of those with WW, but what a pain that is.
I'd like to add my voice with others to urge Samsung to work with WW on this - WW is the largest international organization for weight control, not a one-off company. All of the other fitness device manufacturers have longstanding relationships with WW.
Yes, this is very frustrating. My understanding is that Samsung won't connect to WW for some reason. It would be nice if one of the largest and most powerful technology companies would connect with the largest weight loss community. They are really hurting themselves.
I want to add my voice as well. I have been a WW for a long time and I have had a Garmin and no problems syncing with WW app. My husband and I just ordered the Active2 watch and then I find this out. This could be a huge game-changer on whether I like and keep this watch.