Original post from @shadowsjc on 09-08-2020 08:05PM.
"I enjoy using the Samsung Health app while riding my bike, since gives me a realtime view of my speed, distance traveled, etc. But if I use the Samsung Health app to track my cycling, I do not get an accurate view of my calories burned at the end because it does not use my Galaxy Watch 3 heart rate data.
If I decide to use my Galaxy Watch 3 to track my bike ride, then I'll get a more accurate view of calories burned at the end. However, I won't be able to view my speed/distance etc. realtime on my phone.
Ideally, Samsung Health app would have a feature where it will automatically pair with your Galaxy Watch and show the relevant info on the screen (speed / distance / heart rate / calories burned etc.).
(currently, the only workaround is to manually start an exercise from both my watch and the samsung health app at the same time, but this is a bit cumbersome and seems unnecessary, especially when both the app and the watch are made by the same company)"
I also am in need of this feature. Samsung PLEASE make an update for this.
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