Blood Pressure Tracker App‪+‬ 12+

BP Monitor

Adappt LLC

Designed for iPad

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


Blood Pressure Tracker is a blood pressure app that helps you track and monitor your blood pressure at your convenience. You can log your BP, pulse, weight, blood glucose, blood oxygen, and more. There is also a spot for notes, so you can add whatever additional information you need, like how you are feeling that day that may have an effect on your blood pressure, like tired, stressed, anxious, etc.

The Blood Pressure App also allows you to track your medications. Search from a list of medications, add notes, and include your dosage. This allows you to keep your list of medications with you whether it is for yourself, a loved one or healthcare professional. You can export this list of medications through a report and send to anyone.

This blood pressure app has an unlimited history and will calculate your average for you as well. Keeping track of your blood pressure over a period of time is the best way to ensure good health. Each log will also display the date and time to ensure you know when exactly you took the measurement. Blood Pressure Tracker also syncs with Apple Health to log your blood pressure and pulse data directly to the Health app!

The app also allows you to view graphs and generate custom reports. The graphs allow you to spot trends and the PDF reports allow you to share your data with anyone. You can send via text, email and more.

Blood Pressure App is your companion app to help you against hypertension! Using a blood pressure app tracker has been shown to be effective in managing blood pressure.

What’s New

Version 2.15.1

+ Speed improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
10.3K Ratings

10.3K Ratings

Ray and Beta 67 ,

Best bop app

I got this app to track my bp my weight and diabetes. The app has helped me track all this with out any problems. This is an excellent app for those who have any health issues or who just want to stay on top of their general health. The support team is also very helpful when suggestions are made. The one thing I would suggest is to make it possible to have the data appear on all your devices like the iCloud does with photos. Other then that I’m happy with this app.

Mike Curl ,

Best BP Tracker No Longer

There are several other BP apps available in addition to Apple’s own Health app. All of them are able to get the job done, but this app does the best job of displaying the columns of raw numbers as well as the trend graph. It’s easy to expand or contract the graph to display specific date ranges of interest. The layout is clean, uncluttered, and very informative. Highly recommended!
I assume the graphing feature of this app is still as good as it was, but I can no longer see it for longer than the short-term. This defining feature was apparently taken away so they could change the app to subscription-based. I dropped my rating from 5 stars down to 3 due to their decision to remove a feature I had already paid for.

bvz ,

So far so good, but not going to use it because of the subscription

I like the simple interface and the graphing capabilities.

But $7 a month for a UI on top of a basic database seems excessive. $30 a year seems excessive. I’d pay a reasonable amount to purchase the app and then a small yearly upgrade fee. The developers DO need to get paid.

But without the subscription you lose access to any data more than two weeks old. For an app whose primary purpose is to track data, this is absurd. Charge me for once for basic functionality (including permanent access to my data). If there are features that require the developer to maintain infrastructure, charge a subscription for that. If there is a lot of development that needs to be funded (not sure a blood pressure app falls under this category but what do I know?) then maybe a small yearly fee (but not $30).

But this switching from one time purchases to endless subscriptions just to use a simple app gets expensive very very fast.

App Privacy

The developer, Adappt LLC, 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 Not Linked to You

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

  • Health & Fitness
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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

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