If you own a Samsung phone and don’t mind sharing every aspect of your life then this appears to be a very good option. However, as per Samsung support, “You can login into Samsung account only from the Samsung phones not from other than Samsung phones as per the device design from the manufacturer.” Last year Samsung’s CEO (Lee Jae-yong) was convicted of perjury, bribery, embezzlement, …. Four other top-level execs were also convicted (source The Guardian). Flash forward to today. If you install the Wearable, Health, or supporting applications you are forced to give Samsung pretty much full access to your phone (location, contacts, calendar, phone, folders, etc.). Doesn’t matter what you WANT to use the apps for. Grant access or the apps won’t even start. Others have complained about the level of access required by the applications. Samsung’s response has been that we should trust them, they won’t share any data. I’m sorry but given the executive convictions, permission requirements, and the response of “trust us” I’m not feeling the warm and fuzzy. Why should I have to give an app full access to my phone just to be able to download a new watch face?