Could I get 'Samsung Health SDK for Server'

We are currently developing an app that works with Samsung Health, and the following issues have occurred.

In the case of the existing Samsung Health Android SDK, it cannot be used properly in IOS.

So, I wonder if there is a server-based Samsung Health SDK.
I was wondering if it is possible to take advantage of that feature if it exists.

I hope someone can help you here. But I think your best shot at an answer is the Samsung Health partner support.

You can also submit Health support requests via Samsung Developer Support Request.

FWIW here are the restrictions and they do not include IOS.

  • Samsung Health Android SDK requires Samsung Health installation.
    The latest SDK works with Samsung Health 6.12 or above.
    See the SDK and Samsung Health’s compatible versions here.
  • Samsung Health runs on devices with Android 8.0 Oreo (API level 26) or above.
  • An app’s targetSdkVersion that uses Samsung Health SDK for Android should be 26 or above.
  • Samsung Health is available on all Samsung smartphones and also non-Samsung Android smartphones with Marshmallow or above.The SDK provides APIs to check whether the device supports the SDK. See FAQ for more information.
  1. Health Data
  2. Partner Apps Program
  3. SDK Download
  4. Connection Design Guide

Samsung Developer Relations

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First of all, thanks for the reply.

However, it did not answer the question I was looking for.

Currently supported by Samsung Health partner is an app-based SDK.
As a result, Samsung Health is hardly available on iOS.

Therefore, the question is whether it is possible to utilize the Server-based SDK when becoming a Samsung Health partner.

I’d appreciate it if you could let me know if it’s possible.

You also need to create the support request and ask for it that way. I don’t have any answers for the Health Partners other than Developer Partners. The health team is pretty good about responding via that channel.

Samsung Developer Relations