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iPhone owners jealous of Galaxy S5′s heart rate monitor can add the same feature with a $2 app

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Feb
2014

Samsung’s new Galaxy S5 might not have been the exciting new flagship phone we were hoping for, but there’s no question that it’s one of the best smartphones that has ever been made. It bests its predecessor in almost every way and it brings a number of useful new features to the table. Our favorite thus far is likely the new battery saving mode that allows the Galaxy S5 to last for 24 hours on a 10% charge, and another high-profile addition is the new heart rate monitor on the back of the device. As it turns out, however, it looks like Samsung didn’t need a dedicated sensor to monitor heart rates — iPhone owners envious of the new feature

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