My Blood Pressure Journal 4+

Secure Digital Health Tracking

Rodney Witcher, II

    • 4.7 • 3.2K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



My Blood Pressure Journal is the essential blood pressure app to help keep track of your systolic and diastolic readings, along with heart rate and key notes.

Readings ONLY stored on your phone, so no risk of sensitive medical information being sent across the web. All data is stored locally on your device.

Key Features:
- Add readings with just a few taps.
- Keep notes for each reading.
⁃ Print logs directly from the app.
- Export readings for easy sharing with doctors, family and friends.
- Share reading via text, email, Facebook and/or Twitter
- HealthKit Integration: Automatically sync your blood pressure and pulse readings with your Apple Health account

Suggestions and feedback welcome at:

Note: Always seek a doctor’s advice in addition to using this app and before making any medical decisions.

Terms of Use:
Privacy Policy:

What’s New

Version 1.7

Clean up data entry

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
3.2K Ratings

3.2K Ratings

Mistic Illusion ,

Great App, Simple to Use, One Small Tweak Needed!

This is a great app that you have here and is very simple to use. I’ve been using it for years and I’ve tried numerous other apps along the way. I always come back to this one for logging my BP stats. The only thing that I would like to see with the app is the capability to work well with iPhones dark mode. Currently the stats can be seen but when you try to adjust the date, time or add a note, it is unseen during the input or editing stage. Other then that All and All I give it a solid 5 star rating!

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the kind review! The latest release fixes the issues you mentioned with regard to Dark Mode. Sorry for the inconvenience. I hope it works well now for you.

WhoopeeM ,

If it ain’t broke…

This was an awesome app. Simple, easy to use. And I’d give it 5 stars if the developers hadn’t “improved” it. Now I have to remove all the zeros from the readings input boxes before I add my readings because I now can’t overwrite the zeros, they just stay there along with my added numbers unless I delete them first. 2nd issue is when I tap the plus for new reading, it opens my last reading rather than a blank new one. At first I thought I was accidentally tapping previous reading but tonight I carefully tapped the plus and, sure enough, it displayed this mornings readings, not a new “blank”. So what used to take a total of 4 steps (from tapping the plus for new, to entering numbers in 3 boxes) now takes a minimum of 9. How is this an improvement? Have you ever heard “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it?”

Developer Response ,

Apologies for the poor data entry experience with the update. This is now updated in the latest version 1.7.

Bill_McL ,

Clutter printed version and anxiety driven nuisance; lost my interest with it muy pronto

This thing has too much clutter for my use and it’s not simple when entering data because each time you enter a data cell and tap to enter the next cell it drops below the keyboard and you can’t see what your typing in that cell. The print version has each entry divided by a lot of extraneous redundant text. Looks like I’ll be moving on to something like a spreadsheet. Simple would be one line: date|BP|Time|Note. Forget your long quadruple waste of write space, you should have easy row upon row of data for easy comparison from hour to hour and day to day.

This is close to being good but a failure for me. Too much clutter itwouldbeliketryingtofigurethisout. My doctor would not waste time trying to read this; she’d end up with high BP.

Another irritation because of the keyboard hiding from me is the darn google ads that obscure the screen and I’d try to X them to close only to be taken to my browser - more waste of time.

This thing can raise your blood pressure 10 points in user unfriendliness. The only thing fun about it is - well - ... duh!

Fix it and let me know... yeah, I won’t hold my breath. Money drives this stuff and user be damned. So far this is a #loser hashtag for me. Bye!

App Privacy

The developer, Rodney Witcher, II, 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:

  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

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

  • Health & Fitness
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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

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