Measure heart rate and stress with a smart health tracking app loved by 3 million users. See fitness & lifestyle trends by connecting data from your other gadgets and apps. Featured by TechCrunch, Product Hunt, & Lifehacker.

– Welltory provides new insights from your Apple Watch fitness data
– Best heart rate monitoring & diagnostics available
– Measure heartbeat variability by applying a finger to your phone’s camera
– Heart rate variability results with 33 stats, personalized and explained in detail
– Connect your blood pressure monitor or journal your readings for smart tracking and analysis
– Get insights for each BP reading using 7 based on latest clinical guidelines

– 120+ supported data sources to connect for day to day data monitoring
– Sync them all to understand to understand your data
– Wearables & trackers like FitBit, Garmin, MiFit, Polar, Oura, Withings
– Apps for productivity, meditation, sleep, nutrition, smart events: Runkeeper, RescueTime, GeoSci, DarkSky, SleepCycle, Lifesum, Noom, Flo, IFTTT

– Track your workout performance
– Avoid overtraining, & recover right
– Compare the impact of your activities

– 30+ tests on cognitive abilities, mental health, personality
– Breathing practices suggested when you really need them
– Recommendations on coping with chronic stress, panic attacks, & insomnia
– Trends and correlations on a personal dashboard
– Daily reports to sum up the day

Men's Health Magazine, 27/01/2020:

"Work Stress Could Be Killing Your Gains. Is work, not working out, the cause of gym burnout?

In addition to insufficient sleep, a poor diet, and alcohol, the mental strain of work blocks testosterone production and grinds your recovery to a halt. In a University of Texas study, chilled-out students were able to improve their leg press after 72 hours of recovery, but those living with chronic stress became weaker over the same period.

Keeping tabs on both mental and physical toll is crucial. The solution is heart-rate variability training. You can measure how well you’ve recovered from your last session. High variability signals that you’re ready to push, low variability means a day of stretching and high-nutrient food.

If you want to make your training plan stick, track heart rate variability at home with Welltory. Best for beginners, the free version uses your phone’s camera to measure your HRV. The data is easy to read, giving scores for mood, energy, and stress. You won’t miss a beat."

The American Heart Association recommends HRV assessment for ambulatory ECG, EKG or cardiogram interpretation.

Northamptonshire Chamber, UK:

"Welltory, a startup, provides an overview of your lifestyle and aims to bring meaning to all of that data you are collecting but not really using. Welltory will take it and add it to the rich tapestry of who you are and what activities sap your energy and which ones restore you."


Welltory is free to download and use. With the upgrade to Welltory Pro, there are two auto-renewing subscriptions:

$12.99 per month
$79.99 per year (only $6.67 a month)

– Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period
– Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost
– Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off in the user's Account Settings after purchase
– Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication
– Welltory integrates with the Apple Health app.

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What’s New

Version 3.5.0

Research shows that when we walk or exercise, blood flow increases everywhere in the body, including the brain. More blood means more energy and oxygen, which makes our brain perform better.

So if you struggle to focus, or feel that your mind wanders elsewhere while working — go for a walk or hit the gym. And then, check your Welltory feed: we’ve updated the algorithm, and your workout results now show up in your feed faster.

More in this update:
— If you have an Apple Watch, we’ll remind you to measure your heartbeat using Breathe or Mindfulness, depending on your watchOS version. These reminders will help you check in with your body more often and get health insights without camera measurements.

— Welltory now features tooltips: tap on the framed words and on the short Apple Watch measurements for more info and guidance.

Stay tuned & rate us if you enjoy using Welltory.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
10.9K Ratings

10.9K Ratings

Melons ,

“Sci-Fi” Update

I am an occasional user of this app. I was previously a subscriber who used it everyday - sometimes multiple times per day. That will not be happening again with the newest update. It is no longer user friendly. I have no idea where to find anything and there are no explanations as to what each button means. The app keeps bragging that I should be able to use my Apple Watch to take measurements - that’s not working. I read the “help” section on how to connect my watch to the app and all it advises is to connect Apple Health. That’s done. But still no luck. I turned on the “Breathe” feature and did that a couple times yesterday, and none of that information has been loaded into this app. The raw data is really the only thing I looked at on this app previously, and now all of that is gone...or impossible to find. The reason I am even bothering to write a review is because I received 15 notifications from this app between 2AM and 7AM last night. That is totally ridiculous! The notifications were the same three messages repeated five times. Truly annoying! I went into the app to change my notification settings and, of course, that couldn’t be found. I think I am ready to delete this app completely even though I have data for almost 400 measurements saved.

Developer Response ,

Hi! We apologize that you have to wait for your results to be processed, but we rolled out the new version only a day ago, and our servers are under a great load at the moment. We can assure you it's a temporary issue, and we're working on it right now.
We understand that with the new design, it may be hard at first to find the options you’ve got used to — but they are still there. All the raw data is displayed when you tap chart and liquid messages. At the same time, we are happy to offer new solutions by means of new features and integrations with new gadgets. The algorithms have been improved and include new functions now, completely new blood pressure analytics, breathing exercises, workout, sleep, and meditation reports.
You’ve pointed out some issues with Apple Watch synchronization.
Apple Watch is a great tool to make HRV measurements and synchronize data with Welltory to build unique correlations. It is true it is a feature packed device which needs certain adjustments. Please write to chat so that we could help to adjust night notifications.
We really hope that you will enjoy all the new features after you customize and use them for some time. We hope you’ll give the new version a chance and use the data you've already accumulated to the fullest!

Elizabeth751 ,

Confusing recommendations

I have Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS), a disorder that affects my autonomic nervous system. Some consequences are that I frequently have an unusually high heart rate as well as unusually low heart rate variability (along with sometimes dangerously low blood pressure). I got a Welltory subscription because I like being able to get more fine grained data about my heart functioning, and I love that part! I can take an extended measurement using the Breathe app and get a lot of useful information that way. But I don’t love the various summaries and suggestions that the app issues on the basis of my data. Or at the very least, I find them confusing and extremely difficult to interpret. I’m not sure if that’s because my own case is unusual (because of the POTS) or if this is a more general issue, but this morning, for example, I woke up to find two alerts issued while I was in bed overnight. One was a very low variability measurement and a warning: “Your body is screaming at you!” The other one, issued just a few hours later, urged 90 minutes of exercise: “Today is a great day for a killer workout!” I generally try to ignore all of this stuff anyway (I live a lot of my life, even my “resting” life, at 120+ BPM already, so I have to let my heart call the shots when it comes to “killer workouts”), but it would be really nice to be able to bypass some of these suggestions entirely. They’re just added clutter and stress that I don’t need.

Developer Response ,

Hello Elizabeth, and thanks a lot for such a detailed and comprehensive feedback! We're glad you find our app useful in general. We put a lot of effort into creating both the technological and educational value of our app. As for the recommendations, we understand your point and will pass it on to our team for consideration. Please, feel free to contact us via in-app chat. We're always there to help you improve your well-being and increase your energy and productivity levels.

AV Gravy ,

My new favorite thing

This app may is my new favorite thing in my life. I live with a rare chronic autoimmune condition and stress/inflammation are serious concerns for me. Recently learned about HRV and have tried various things to start to manage & track it, including the expensive Whoop strap and Oura ring. Neither of them is as good as Welltory. The comprehensive data they give you is unparalleled, the sync access to other apps is flawless and comprehensive, and I love the clear, cheeky summaries and lessons they built in—it’s clear the team working here is thoughtful, dialed in and fun. It’s weird but I feel like I love them—I’m that grateful. Ok, one small request now for whenever you have time, I would love to be able to click on an individual metric from the measurement data page (like moda, rmsdd, etc) and see the history of that measure alone, maybe scrolling to see them alongside the other individual measures’ history. I am just so fascinated by this level of insight into my body’s systems, and learning even more about what lifestyle changes are helping me improve. Thank you so much!

Developer Response ,

Hi there! Wow, thank you so much for such a detailed positive review, we appreciate it a lot! It is interesting you've tried Whoop strap and Oura ring, they are good and both have intergations with Welltory. We are happy to offer more useful functions in the 'My Data' section, such as correlations with your moving activities, sleep, training, etc. So happy to be helpful for your health, keep it up!
As for changes in individual metrics (moda, rmssd, etc.), if you go to the 'Heart' section in 'My Data', you'll see nice informative graphs about them: you can choose to monitor changes by Day, Week, or Month.
UPD: Recently, we've added a new 'move plan' feature which takes into account your daily routine and suggests a plan of activities personally for you.

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The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

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The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Location
  • Contact Info
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  • Sensitive Info
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