Welltory: Heart Rate Monitor 12+

Stress Level, BP & HRV Tracker

Welltory inc

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

Description

Welltory is your personalized health assistant. Already loved by 5 million users. Featured by TechCrunch, Product Hunt, & Lifehacker.

Welltory lets you sync data from other apps & gadgets for more insights into your health and lifestyle. Measure heart rate variability by applying a finger to your phone’s camera or by using the ‘Mindfulness’ program on your Apple Watch. We provide you with daily health metrics, workout and sleep analytics, blood pressure interpretations, and so much more.

Get the most out of your Apple Watch measurements: monitor your heart rate and get personalized health insights

The Welltory app lets you keep all your health information securely in one place on your device.

– Track everything from your health conditions to your lifestyle
– 140+ supported data sources to connect for day to day data monitoring
– Syncs with wearables & trackers like FitBit, Garmin, MiFit, Polar, Oura, Withings
– Syncs with apps for productivity, meditation, sleep, nutrition, smart events: Runkeeper, RescueTime, GeoSci, DarkSky, SleepCycle, Lifesum, Noom, Flo, IFTTT

Approach your training smarter
– Optimize your workout performance
– Avoid overtraining
– Learn how specific training behaviors affect recovery

Smart guiding and support for easy and fun self-care

– We’ll send you daily life hacks to help you care for yourself bit by bit
– Breathing exercises suggested when you need them most
– Recommendations on how to cope with stress, panic attacks, and insomnia

Welltory analyzes heart rate variability — a solid health marker backed by over 25,000 studies on PubMed. We’ve collaborated with University College London, Texas University, and Arizona State University. Johns Hopkins University and Harvard Medical School quoted us in their research papers.

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

"Work Stress Could Be Killing Your Gains. Is work, not working out, the cause of gym burnout?
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 foods. If you want to make your training plan stick, track heart rate variability at home with Welltory. Best for beginners is the free version where you use your phone’s camera to measure your HRV. The data is easy to read, displaying 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”.

PRICING & TERMS

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, the cost will be identified
– 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
– Welltory integrates with the Apple Health app.

Terms of service:
https://welltory.com/terms/
Privacy policy:
https://welltory.com/privacy
We store your data in the cloud, honoring your privacy & safety.
contact@welltory.com

NOTE
Welltory can only measure your heart rate variability and detect heartbeats. We cannot measure any other vital signs through the phone camera.

We provide health recommendations based on a scientific approach. Should you however feel physically unwell, we suggest you consult your doctor.

What’s New

Version 4.1.3

Health journal: an easy way to track your health

We turned your measurement history into an insightful personal journal featuring the most important things about you and your health.

Check out key changes:
— Measurement results now go with tags: your journal pulls in events you tag, your workouts, and meditations — all to help you see what impacts your results.
— Blood pressure tracking gets way easier: track all your readings in one place and find out how different life events impact your blood pressure.

Stay tuned & rate us if you enjoy using Welltory.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
43.3K Ratings

43.3K Ratings

Andres_Isique ,

Best fitness application. PERIOD

This application has saved my life on multiple times, or should I say occasions. It has alerted me to conditions that I was not aware of, and made me more cautious of paying attention to signs and being consistent in paying attention to those signs. The accuracy of the application itself is unheard of as the algorithm itself has been highly regarded as potentially life-saving and strictly accurate. When I go to my doctors appointments twice a month for pain management and my cardiologists, they both use this application. They are able to take my phone and look at the stats from day today and compare them with the information they gather during my appointments And correlate any issues that they may find. There has rarely if ever been a discrepancy between their information at the office, and what they find in the application itself as they say the application actually provides more data than they’re able to do because they can’t watch me 24 seven however the application can, so I said to anyone looking for an application that can save their lives and is 100% accurate. Then this is the application for you. It is worth every single penny and when I say 100% that is genuine because most people would say 99 or 99.9% but I have found no reason to doubt this application for one moment I hope that this review changes someone’s life or better yet saves their life.

splitail ,

It is accurate when I have rested, not when really stressed

My life swirls with emotional stress which requires the help of a psychiatrist and a therapist and appropriate use of drugs. I do my sampling of heart rate variability four hours after an anti-anxiety pill and a nap. If I had done my daily sample just after I had been very stressed for three hours, the results would have been differed. I am encouraged to see results that show that with my support including medicines that I am resilient. This is consistent with my having survived three major physician errors involving the rupture of my appendix a week after my 75th birthday. I too am a physician but am a woman and I believe that this is why the three physicians ignored my telling them that I had just ruptured my appendix. They elected to wait 3days to do my surgery and stopped all my medicine even though I had arrived in the ER with a current list of my drugs. As a result, at the time of surgery I had a grand mal seizure, was mildly psychotic and dehydrated and had a bacterial abcess in my abcess in my appendix and small bowel. I had a blood stream infection. I survived and ultimately went home. So I give this software a thoughtful excellent review for my first seven days. If you are not familiar with medical words and ways of thinking, the detailed information may be overwhelming at first. It is worth staying with the program and learning how to use it in your life. Bravo!

Developer Response ,

Hi splitail,
Thank you for your detailed review and high rating. We are glad you enjoy the app and really appreciate your feedback. It's very important to track your wellbeing nowadays. Please, take care of yourself and stay safe.

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.

App Privacy

The developer, Welltory inc, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

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

  • Location
  • Contact Info

Data Not Linked to You

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

  • Health & Fitness
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Sensitive Info
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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