Get a quick overview of your daily heart rate activity!
Please Note: HeartRate requires an Apple Watch or a third-party device that can read your heart rate and records to Apple’s Health app.
Tracking Done for You
HeartRate uses the health data recorded by your phone, your Apple Watch, or any fitness tracker you use that connects to Apple’s Health app. HeartRate uses the HealthKit functionality built into your device and doesn’t share any of your data with any third parties. Your information is yours and your privacy is respected!
Get an Overview
The summary tab of HeartRate gives you a lot of information that’s readable in a glance. Get a quick look at your latest heart rate reading as well as the minimum, maximum, and average BPM for the current day.
Within the history tab you can get an overview of your heart rate activity for the current day or over the past week, month, or year. All of this data is displayed in a clean chart along with the minimum and maximum readings for each of the time frames. Below the chart, you can see a list of all of the records for that time frame broken down into more detail.
View your heart rate readings quickly and easily by either using 3D touch on the app icon or by adding the widget to notification center.
Apple Watch App
HeartRate includes an easy to use and simple Apple Watch app. Launch the app and immediately get a look at your latest heart rate information. Want to get at that info even faster? There’s also support for each of the different types of watch face complications for at a glance updates!
This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.
Updated for iPhone X
Ratings and Reviews
Writing and reading data? Watch face?
I feel like this is a great idea if what I’m concerned most about is my heart rate. But I’m confused about what your app means about writing and reading data. I understand how that may refer to installing the app, but I also recently saw an article about malware trojans hiding in apps on iPhones. The only reason I was interested in this is I donate blood plasma for extra cash, and I have a minimum heart rate I have to have. My iWatch is good to tell me when I can do that, but I keep getting annoyed with how it keeps going to the “now playing” when I’ve been watching a video or listening to music. So a watch face that bypasses the other things on my watch sounds good, but then I didn’t see where it was. Maybe that’s because of my earlier stated concerns, but I feel like I only need it for one thing, not all the rest like the graph tracking.
I Like the app. Would be better if the hourly summaries didn’t disappear for previous days. Highs and lows per hour are great-but they disappear into 24 hour summary every day.
This is a very good app and work very well.
The problem of this app is the battery, I add to my Watch Face and after 30 minutes the app drained the battery.
I hope the developer can fix this issue, because is a very good app if compare with similar apps.
Developer Response ,
Hey there, I'm really sorry to hear that you've been experiencing battery drain issues when using the Watch complication. I'm currently looking into this but I'm not experiencing the same issue on my device. I would recommend restarting your Watch to see if this improves the issue at all and even uninstalling and reinstalling the Watch app.
If you're still having the same issues, I'd really appreciate it if you could let me know through @_pmdev on twitter and include which Watch model you have/which OS version you're running.
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- Peter Mostoff
- 37.3 MB
- Health & Fitness
- Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
- Age Rating
- © 2017 Peter Mostoff
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.