Samsung Health app is now on your Samsung TV

Woman stretching with Samsung Health app displayed on a Samsung TV

Samsung Health on your TV is a new in-home health and wellness platform on 2020-2023 Samsung Smart TVs and Smart Monitors. Samsung Health provides an immersive, content-forward experience that allows users to discover and access health and wellness content from leading industry partners, all from the comfort of your home. You can set personal goals and check your daily statistics such as calories burned, steps, sleep, or active minutes to know where to focus. We'll help you stay on track to achieve your goals.

Important: Samsung Health and related software are not intended to diagnose disease or other conditions, or to cure, mitigate, treat, or prevent disease.

Get the Samsung Health app

Samsung Health is available on the Samsung TVs listed below and the Odyssey Ark which are available on our website.

  • 2023 OLED TV (S95C, S90C)

  • 2023 Neo QLED 8K TVs (QN900C, QN850C, QN800C) and Neo QLED 4K (QN95C, QN90C, QN85C)

  • 2023 Frame TV (LS03C), QLED (Q80C, Q70C, Q60C), and Crystal UHD TVs (CU8000, CU7000)

  • 2022 Neo QLED 8K (QN900B, QN800B, QN850B) and Neo QLED 4K TVs (QN95B, QN95BD, QN90B, QN90BD, QN85B, QN85BD)

  • 2022 OLED TV (S95B), Frame TV (LS03B, LS03BD), The Sero (LS05), and The Serif (LS01B)

  • 2022 QLED 4K TVs (Q80B, Q80BD, Q60B, Q60BD)

  • 2021 Neo QLED 8K TVs (QN900A and QN800A)

  • 2021 Neo QLED 4K TVs (QN90A and QN85A)

  • 2021 The Frame TV (LS03A) and QLED 4K (Q80A, Q70A, and Q60A)

  • 2020 QLED 8K & 4K TVs (Q800T, Q850T, Q900T, Q950T, Q60T, Q70T, Q80T, Q90T)

  • 2020 Sero (LS05T), Serif (LS01T), Frame (LS03T), and Crystal UHD TV (TU8000 and above)

If your TV supports it, Samsung Health will be located conveniently on the TV's Navigation bar. In case the app is not available on the Navigation bar, go to Apps and search for Samsung Health. Then, select Install. Once the install is complete, select Open.

Note: A Samsung Account and internet connection are required.* Samsung Health supports up to 6 unique Samsung accounts, but only one user can be logged in at a time.

Samsung Health key features

Anyone can access the Samsung Health TV app for free. For a limited time, you can access a select catalog of free content offered by our partners.

There is also an option to upgrade and subscribe to select content partners to unlock premium features for a fee.

Our goal is to empower users to lead healthier lives from the comfort of their home. To help incorporate fitness and wellness into your daily life, Samsung Health offers unique features to motivate and inspire:

Samsung Health App TV Features
  • Content browse: Samsung Health on TV provides a content-forward experience that allows users to access and consume fitness and wellness content from leading industry partners on the biggest screen of their household. Choose from a range of workouts across our partners to unleash your inner yogi or burst into your best with a HIIT workout. There is something for everyone!

  • Routines: Energize your day with a morning workout or finish strong with an evening relaxation session. Set up to two routines and when your TV is on, Screen Break Reminders will remind you to play your fitness or mindfulness content when it’s time. Keeping up with your workout plan is that easy!

  • Challenges: Hoping to work out at least 5 times a week or meditate every day? Commit to a goal through Challenges. Do it on your own or invite family members to participate in a shared goal. We’ll keep you posted on your current status and cheer you on when you’re close to the finish line.

  • Dashboard: Connect your Samsung wearable and mobile app to see your stats flow into one centralized place. Keep track of your daily stats synced from all your devices, analyze your progress, and know if you’re falling a little behind in reaching your goal. 

  • Personalized profiles: Create individual accounts for yourself as well as your family members and receive personalized recommendations on workouts based on your preferences.

  • Smart Trainer: Use a USB camera with your TV during your workout to get real-time work out coaching and confirm the accuracy of your posture. Availability will depend on the TV model.

Link your mobile and TV Samsung Health apps

Samsung Health is already available on iOS and Android as a standalone app. You may already have Samsung Health running on your mobile device and can continue to use it independently of the TV app. The mobile app is focused on helping you track key wellness metrics and manage your personal health. The TV app, on the other hand, offers a more content-driven experience with health and wellness content that helps you reach or maintain your fitness goals.

Connect mobile devices with Samsung Health on TV

To enjoy the best experience, we recommend connecting your mobile app and other compatible accessories (such as a Samsung smart watch) with the experience on your TV. This will allow you to control your health and wellness across multiple devices.

In order to do so, the following conditions need to be met:

  • In order to use Samsung Health on your TV, the TV must be logged in with the same Samsung account as your Samsung Health mobile app, and you must link your two accounts together. This can be done inside the dashboard on the Samsung Health TV app.

  • Fitness content provided by Samsung TVs can also be accessed in the Samsung Health app on your phone. Open the Samsung Health app and then tap the Fitness tab to view different content.

  • Note: With the Samsung Health app version 6.15 and later, you must sign in to your Samsung account to use Samsung Health. If you don't want to create a Samsung account on your phone, you can download your Samsung Health data to your phone storage instead.

Use Mirror view with Samsung Health

Mirror view works in conjunction with Samsung Health's workout programs. You'll just need to select a workout you'd like to do on your Galaxy phone and then you can screen mirror it to your TV. Once Mirror view has been activated, you'll be able to see yourself during the video.

  1. First, make sure you have a workout program added to your Samsung Health account.

  2. When you’re ready, open the Samsung Health app on your phone, tap the Home tab, and then swipe to and tap your desired program.

  3. Tap Download workout, and when it's done downloading, tap Start workout.

  4. The workout video will begin playing; tap the Pause icon if needed. Then, tap the Smart View icon.

    Smart View icon highlighted in the Samsung Health app
  5. Select your TV from the list of available devices, and then tap Start now to begin screen mirroring.

  6. Once your phone is being displayed on the TV, tap the Selfie video icon. You may need to tap More options (the three vertical dots) in order to access the icon.

  7. A small window will appear, and you’ll be able to see yourself on both your phone and the TV screen. Touch and hold the window to move it around the screen.

    Small window of user on the lower right of workout video
  8. Mirror view uses your phone's selfie camera, so prop up your phone somewhere that it can see you while you exercise. That way, you’ll be able to watch the workout and yourself at the same time! If you are wearing a compatible Galaxy smart watch, you'll also see relevant statistics, like your heart rate, displayed on the screen as well.

  9. When you no longer want to use Selfie video, tap the X in the small window. Tap the Smart View icon, and then tap Disconnect.

    Disconnect highlighted in the Samsung Health app
  10. From there, you can continue the workout program or exit it.

Partner apps

Samsung Health offers access to six partner apps and each one provides a little free content to get started. Some apps require a subscription to access their premium content, but if you are already a subscriber, you can log in to your account to access your benefits.

Note: Your subscription needs to be active and valid to enjoy premium content on any partner apps and you must log in with the same credentials used when you signed up for the subscription.

  • Calm: Meditation, Sleep Stories, and Music - 100 percent free for Samsung TV owners.

  • Fitplan: High-quality audio and video tips, progress tracking, and community. Work out to six “plans” and 50 classes, with access to five trainers - all for free.

  • Jillian Michaels: Free interactive daily workouts and paid premium customized exercises for all fitness levels - An exclusive 28-day workout plan curated for Samsung TV owners.

  • Echelon: Boutique cycling and rowing classes, strength training, boxing, yoga, pilates, etc. - 20 free trial classes.

  • Obe Fitness: Strength, Sculpt, Circuit, Dance, HIIT, Dance-HIIT, Pilates, Yoga, Barre, Bounce, Boxing, prenatal and holiday/event themed classes - Samsung smart TV customers enjoy 20 free classes, refreshed every 2 weeks, for free.

  • Barre3: Full body workouts, strength & conditioning, mindfulness, cardio, etc. - 50 pieces of free content.

  • New partner apps will be added periodically and we will notify you when they are available.


    * A Samsung Account is required for network-based smart services, including streaming apps and other smart features. A separate (connected) computer, mobile, or other device may be necessary to create/log in to a Samsung Account. Without an Account login, only external device connections (e.g., via HDMI) and terrestrial/over-the-air TV (only for TVs with tuners) are available. If you do not have a Samsung Account, you can easily create one here: it’s free to sign up; terms apply.

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