Staying on top of your health requires keeping track of a lot of numbers, and we want to help you make sense of them. The Balance Health app makes it easy to keep on eye on important trends by tracking your blood pressure measurements. The app’s intuitive interface and interactive graphs help you dive deep into your results and understand how they change over time.
Whether you’re keeping close tabs on your measurements for medical reasons or just want to check in from time to time to learn more about your health, our app helps you clearly visualize how you’re doing and stay accountable for your results. The friendly in-app tracking assistant makes it simple to set up your monitor, navigate the app, and understand your numbers. Input your results manually or sync them directly from our Balance Bluetooth Blood Pressure Monitor. You can also turn on an integration to share your data with the Apple Health app.
New in 1.5.2:
We've added support for three new monitors that will be coming out soon!
- Miscellaneous UI bug fixes and performance improvements.
- Fixes a bug that could cause the app to crash when it was in the background.
- Fixes a bug that could cause pairing attempts to fail.
- Fixes a bug that caused the app to not fully load in rare cases.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Logs out automatically monthly or so
Would love the app better if I didn’t have to login to it everytime I use it. I only open it like once every 2-3 months. I don’t check my bp often, but I always have to login, then I have to resync the monitor to my app even though when I wasn’t logged in it was trying to import the current reading, but is unable because it needs to be logged in. It’s annoying, but I’m sure if I used it daily or weekly, it would probably be better.
Old retired lady, never writes reviews...
... but I got this app to pair with my fancy new high-tech (but unbelievably inexpensive) Balance BP monitor. Not only did the app get me set up and taking my BP in about two minutes, but it paired with my Apple Health app in less time that that. AND I had a question about how to add notes to the records in the app, so I sent a help request from the app. Less than 15 minutes later I got an email response, which immediately got me into the notes part of the history. (Thanks, Kiley!) I used to run a physiology research lab back in the day, and I wish we’d had an app and a piece of equipment like this back then! And that the (expensive) equipment we used then had anything near this kind of responsive customer service.
Graph feature edits out high & low readings
First the Bad: a lively app except the weekly and monthly graph are not truly representative because they edit reading out. I found the graph programming routinely edits out high and low BP and Pulse readings. While that may make a prettier graph that makes you feel better about your readings it leaves out reading, often the dangerous readings in my case which makes the graph feature useless.
In my case I have dysautonomia, so tracking the full variability of reading is important.
Bluetooth function work great most of the time, will catch up on future readings if not uploaded automatically each time. Monthly history reports showing all readings is very handy, no more manual BP logs.
Recommendation to manufacturers:
Add ability to make graph of each month in the history. Have graphs include highest and lowest readings of each day, or at least 48 hour period.
Have a separate graph function the graphs daily average, so just one data point per day for those tracking average trends.
For someone who doesn’t really need to closely track vitals this app is a 5 star app, for those with medical issues needing careful tracking this app is still lacking. Hopefully a update will be able to fix shortcomings.
- Greater Goods, LLC
- 35.5 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- © GREATER GOODS 2019
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.