InPulse - Heart Rate Monitor 12+

Log Blood Pressure & Oxygen


    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


- Check your pulse
- Log your blood pressure
- Record your oxygen saturation
- Try a heart-friendly diet
- Limit your stress levels
- Live a happy and healthy life


Never miss a beat with InPulse! Check your heart rate, log your blood pressure, and record your oxygen saturation with your iPhone.

Simply place your finger on the camera to measure your heart rate. Receive reminders to check your pulse and log your vitals on a daily basis so you can stay healthy and fit. Get your stress levels under control and negative emotions identified and leveled.

The Main Advantages of the App:
- Measure your heart rate using your fingertip and camera
- Use Journal to record your blood pressure and oxygen saturation
- Get daily health assessments and lifestyle advice
- Develop healthy habits with our Habit Tracker
- Manage your emotional wellbeing with Mental Health Tests
- Follow our Self-Love Program to achieve harmony and peace of mind
- Add tags and comments to your measurements
- Integrate with Apple Health, and your pulse measurements will be sent to the Health app, making it even easier for you to keep track of your heart and overall health.

How to Check Pulse Using Finger:
- First, make sure your fingers aren’t cold. When checking your pulse, be sure your fingertip completely covers the camera lens and flashlight.
- Press gently with your finger. Pressing too hard may result in reduced blood flow, which will make it more difficult to get an accurate result.

The app requires iOS 14.0 or later. You can choose a free trial with all features available.

- You can subscribe for unlimited access to all the app has to offer.
- Subscriptions are billed automatically at a rate depending on the selected subscription plan.

Important Note

The app is not designed for medical purposes. It is meant only for fitness use and as a source of general health information.

By using the app, you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use:

Have questions? Check out the FAQ page at
Or contact our support team:
Heartily yours,
AIBY team

What’s New

Version 2.50

Update time! Check out what’s new:
• Heart Risk Test—find out your heart’s real age and any heart issues you may be at risk of within the next 5 years
• Minor bug fixes and general performance improvements

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
103.1K Ratings

103.1K Ratings

Gaja2020 ,

Nice tracker for nice habits

Initially, I mainly used the app to measure my pulse, but after experiencing a really low point in my life, I’ve also decided to try its habit tracker. It’s been a game-changer in helping me steadily rebuild my routine! Instead of diving headfirst into intense workouts or strict plans, I’ve been taking it slow, incorporating gentle habits like yoga, meditation, and stretching into my daily life. And you know what? This tracker has made it all feel so manageable. It’s like having a friendly reminder to prioritize my well-being, one small step at a time. Whether it’s sipping water throughout the day or taking a few moments for mindfulness, this app has been very helpful, carefully guiding me towards a healthier, more balanced lifestyle. If you’re on a similar journey of recovery and renewal, give this app a try. It’s a simple yet powerful tool for fostering self-care and building healthier habits, one day at a time.

Mollusk3087 ,

Wild false advertising, and unscientific

So, I saw an ad on a social media app (the one that has the name relating to a clock), and saw an ad for an app that can measure my blood oxygen level, and my heart rate. I knew that this made no sense, but I wanted to check out how bogus it was. Of course, it immediately needed payment info, hoping I would forget about in when the free trial ran out. And just because I wanted to see how accurate it was, I measured my BPM (it said 26, I’m at 90), then I tried a bag of chips, and it read 123, and said I had “low energy levels”, after these tests it wanted access to my health app (never allow applications like this have access to you info, their selling it). I can also see that the creators are obviously botting their reviews, and deleting real ones. Also, their little ad campaign of “this app is saving thousands of lives a year” is so scummy. Whoever made this app is honestly an awful person. Sure, we all need to get some cash, even if it may be in a morally questionable way, but this is just overkill. Boring reviews, pushing lies in your ads, and taking advantage of people who aren’t tech savvy, and immediately asking for payment info (which I haven’t actually found a way to cancel payment)

Developer Response ,

Hello! We're sorry to hear about your concerns and want to assure you that we take user feedback seriously and are committed to providing a positive experience for our users. Firstly, regarding privacy concerns, we do not sell or use users' information outside of the app itself. We understand the importance of user privacy and adhere to strict guidelines to protect it. Secondly, while we offer a subscription with additional features, our app can be used for free with certain limitations. We do promote the subscription within the app, but it's not mandatory to enjoy the basic functionalities. In terms of reviews, it's important to note that developers do not have the authority to delete reviews unilaterally. Apple strictly regulates the reviews section, and any deletion or modification requires confirmation from Apple. We encourage honest and constructive feedback, and we're always working to address concerns and improve the app. If you are having trouble canceling your subscription, I recommend reaching out to our support team for assistance at They can guide you through the cancellation process and ensure that your subscription is canceled as per your request.

justpostmyreviewidontcare ,

Heart Rate Accuracy

I had an infection and I was to monitor my heart rate. I had two monitors (one on a blood pressure machine and one that goes on the finger), and this app. The blood pressure was exactly the same or within one degree difference of the other two monitors. I was at 116 resting and now that I’ve healed, it’s at 72 resting. I see other people said it wasn’t accurate, but I was taking mine daily with all three monitors (because the doctors always question the reliability of your tools so I decided to have three for sake of being sure) for like a week it never gave me a wacky reading, and I maxed out all the daily allotted freebies. Perhaps older phones aren’t as sensitive? I am not sure.

Developer Response ,

Hello! We're thrilled to hear that our app has been accurate and helpful for you during your recovery. We strive to provide the best service and your feedback is greatly appreciated. If you have any other comments or suggestions, feel free to write to us at

App Privacy

The developer, AIBY, 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:

  • Purchases
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Other Data

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Purchases
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Sensitive Info
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

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

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