The following Omron Blood Pressure Monitors can connect to this app - Evolv (BP7000), BP769CAN
The Omron® Connect app is an important part of our Generation Zero mission to eliminate heart attacks and strokes forever. By monitoring your blood pressure every day, you can help make this vision a reality. Learn more at goingforzero.com.
The Omron® Connect app makes it easy to view your heart health anytime, anywhere. By syncing wirelessly to your smartphone or tablet, the Connect app tracks your readings and daily measurements, giving you a clear view of your overall health. Compatible with the Omron Evolv™ and BP769CAN Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor.
SmartRhythm monitoring is a system that takes your heart rate and activity data gathered from the Apple Watch, and evaluates it using a deep neural network to predict your heart rate pattern. If your heart rate pattern differs from the neural network prediction, SmartRhythm will notify you to record an EKG with a KardiaMobile or KardiaBand. Omron Connect integrates with Apple Health to monitor users heart rate during workout.
For a full list of compatible devices, visit OmronHealthcare.com/connected
• Easily sync your readings to your smartphone via Bluetooth®
• Share your progress by emailing readings to family or physicians
• Keep track of your heart history by storing and saving unlimited readings
• Get a complete view of your blood pressure with systolic, diastolic and pulse readings
• Access historical data
• Directly send readings to Apple® HealthKit
Support for more Blood Pressure monitors.
Ratings and Reviews
OK App, BUT....
After some fiddling- the wireless feature syncs fairly easily with the unit. (BP786N). The BP report also seemed ok and a little different than others in regard to formatting of the graphs. What drove my decision to downgrade is the fact that the company compels you to
Purchase a premium upgrade for continued reports after a short trial period. It’s not the money. It’s the logic that is off center. Perhaps OMRON outsourced the software and have to charge for it. I can an understand even a charge for using the software if you had not purchased an OMRON . But charging over $100 a year for reports to use on a wireless BP monitor that you have purchased with the assumption you could get reports- is a bit deceiving if not unethical. Too bad. You can get a data dump play with on a spreadsheet if so inclined. Fortunately there a many other BP Apps on the market that can replace the OMRON. Bad marketing decision on their part. They had an opportunity to differentiate- but went in the wrong direction. I will use my unit in the interim but likely change to another company not focused on gouging the customer.
As other reviewer‘s have noted, this new app is a complete disaster. It does not perform the basic functions that it is supposed to. For about a year, I have use the old app, OmronWellness. This app did exactly what I expected it to: retrieve my blood pressure data via Bluetooth and sync it with apple health. After getting repeat messages to upgrade to the new OMRON connect, I finally decided to download and install this app. What a mistake. Although the app still retrieves my blood pressure via Bluetooth, it is incapable of sinking with Apple health. I have tried to set the permissions in apple health, and I have allowed OMRON connect to sync data with apple health. I went in to the OMRON connect app and attempted to find some settings to allow it to sink with Apple health. The only menu item simply directed me to set the permissions and apple health, which I had already done. I went so far as to contact Omron, and I let them know about the problem. Their response was simply tell me to do what I had already done, i.e. set the permissions correctly Apple health. And they said that if that did not work I should contact Apple. Really!?!? It’s unclear to me how you can go from a functioning app, OmronWellness, to a nonfunctioning app, OMRONConnect. If you have not upgraded to OMRONConnect, don’t do it. If you were thinking about buying and Omron blood pressure monitor, go with a different manufacturer.
As many reviewers have stated: this “upgrade” from the OMRONWellness app is everything but an upgrade. I liked the way the old app charts were presented (i.e. I prefer the line graph connecting the data points over just plotting the data points). I dislike the bombardment of nags to upgrade to the premium (subscription based) version of the app. I also dislike the nags to get the ekg device, which I have no need or desire for. In addition, I have more trouble connecting/download bp data from my monitor, in the few months I’ve been using this app, than I had in the several years I used the OMRONWellness app. Honestly, I’d like the Wellness app back, but sadly there is no way to transfer your bp data history back to the old app - it’s a one-way trip for your history. You can’t just stop using the new app and resume using the old one because, when you log into the old app, it gives you a message stating you’ve been migrated over to the new app and it won’t let you use the old one. The only thing about the new app that I like is when you are using TrueRead on your monitor and you click on your readings in the app, it labels each of the 3 readings: “1st recording, 2nd recording, etc. The old app didn’t label the recording order, so it left you to guess the recording order.
- Omron Healthcare, Inc.
- 264.2 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 10.0 and watchOS 4.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.