OMRON connect US/CAN/EMEA 4+

Omron Healthcare, Inc.

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



The OMRON connect US/CAN/EMEA app is an important part of our Going for Zero mission to eliminate heart attacks and strokes. Monitoring your blood pressure everyday can help make this vision a reality. The app makes it easy to view your health metrics anytime, anywhere. Syncing wirelessly to your smartphone or tablet, the OMRON connect US/CAN/EMEA app tracks your readings and daily measurements, giving you a more clear view of your overall health.

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The OMRON connect US/CAN/EMEA app provides a lot of free features for you to manage your heart health (some feature availability depends on device type)

• Easily sync your readings to your smartphone via Bluetooth®
• Email readings to family, physicians, or other health care professionals and share your progress
• Keep track of your health history by storing and saving unlimited readings
• Get a complete view of your blood pressure with systolic, diastolic and pulse readings
• Receive alerts when notable changes in blood pressure are detected
• Set physical activity goals and track your progress
• Monitor the length and quality of your sleep
• Monitor your weight and BMI (body mass index)
• Access additional historical health data around sleep, weight, EKG, activity and more
• Directly send readings to Apple® HealthKit

In addition, the app provides the following premium features:

• Gain insights into how the combination of your blood pressure, activity, sleep and weight may be affecting your heart health
• Earn rewards for tracking your vitals and managing your health
• Generate premium reports with more detailed information on vitals
• Track medication to help rest assured that you will never miss a dose

Never diagnose or treat yourself based on this system. ALWAYS consult with your physician.

The following OMRON Blood Pressure Monitors can connect to this app:

Complete™ Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor + EKG: BP 7900
Evolv® Upper Arm: BP7000
HeartGuide™: BP8000-M, BP8000-L

10 Series
Upper Arm: BP786, BP786N, BP786CAN, BP786CANN, BP7450, BP7450CAN
Wrist: BP653

7 Series
Upper Arm: BP761, BP761N, BP761CAN, BP761CANN, BP7350, BP7350CAN
Wrist: BP654, BP6350

5 Series
Upper Arm: BP7250, BP7250CAN

Upper Arm: BP5450

Upper Arm: BP5350
Wrist: BP4350

Upper Arm: BP5250

BP769CAN BP Monitor
BP300 (ReliOn)

The following OMRON Body Composition Monitor will connect to this app:


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What’s New

Version 7.14.0

- Overhauled the device pairing and transfer process to resolve connectivity issues. This will ensure a smooth pairing process of OMRON devices with the Omron connect app, and lossless transmission of measurements from the connected devices to the app.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
61.9K Ratings

61.9K Ratings

mark_in_japan ,

May 24th Update Ruins This App

I can’t believe how utterly this update ruined this app for. This smacks of either some dumb**s thinking they have to revamp everything just so they can say they did something, or OMRON is making this “free” app (that we really paid hundreds of dollars for their equipment to use) borderline useless to try to force a new revenue stream by making us pay for something else to get what we want. It’s now more difficult to input my weight daily (now have to type it rather than using the sliding scale), and I don’t appear to be able to have a daily reminder any longer to allow me to jump right to the input screen. As others have mentioned, the history function is now useless, now allowing only a few days of view and forcing you to scroll left to see anything more than a few days earlier. Also have to re-pair all my devices. None of this is life destroying, but aren’t updates supposed to *improve* functionality? They clearly missed that point. Very, VERY disappointed. For those who are smarter than me who hold off updating apps, I strongly recommend you not do this update.

C200000 ,

I need to re-sync after app updates sometimes…

The device seems to consistently read blood pressure accurately (I compare to Dr. office visits monthly). I was able to set up the Bluetooth and pair with my phone easily. This Bluetooth pairing has not been seamless over the life of my OMRON BP monitor, but I have been able to remove the device from my iPhone’s settings as well as the app and then re-pair when syncing stops working. All works properly now, but when it goes awry, delete and re-pair.

The app has recently undergone a major overhaul. The updated app feels a bit bloated and written to track other metrics than blood pressure (steps?, activity, weight, ekg…). Maybe most users have a larger collection of OMRON devices and benefit from this additional functionality, leaving me as an outlier. I find it distracting when I receive “insights” based on a woefully inaccurate number of steps my OMRON app believes I have taken. Not sure where the data is coming from, but it’s not Fitbit.

In summary, a seemingly consistent and accurate blood pressure monitor that may take a small amount of effort to keep paired with your phone. The app works, but is still being developed.

Mark Mellis ,

New update is OK

In general I find the new update to be OK. It is different, and that does cause some initial confusion, but I got past most of that in a day or two. I have one observation about the usability of the new app vs previous versions. The graphing function on the new app is headed in the right direction, but the data points are so far apart that I can’t see trends any more, because only two or three data points show up on the screen at a time. I’d prefer to see a week worth of data in portrait orientation and a month worth of data in landscape orientation. Since I export the data to the Apple Health app and its display is exactly what I want, there is no net loss from my perspective, other than a waste of time figuring out that I don’t want to use the graphing feature in the app any more.
I have another comment about how I use the app. My primary interest in this software for it to get the data from my blood pressure meter and feed it to the Apple Health app and infrastructure. I am not interested analyzing the data in the Omron app, or in buying a bunch of additional Omron instruments and using the Omron app as the center of my wellness universe. Everything other than moving blood pressure and heart rate into Apple Health are anti-features in my book.

App Privacy

The developer, Omron Healthcare, Inc., 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 Linked to You

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

  • Health & Fitness
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Sensitive Info

Data Not Linked to You

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

  • Diagnostics

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

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