Samsung on Monday released its S Health application for the Galaxy S III. The software is capable of syncing up with popular blood pressure and glucose meters, as well as body composition scales, Crave explained in a blog post, and allows users to keep track of their body’s health seamlessly. It’s capable of syncing with those aforementioned monitors via USB or a Bluetooth connection and can also keep track of exercise routines and medication. S Health can create charts based on your health over a certain period of time, too. The application is free and is reportedly available in the “More Services” application on the Galaxy S III.