The Pulse Oximeter app measures both Heart Rate and Oxygen Saturation. The app integrates with Apple Health. There's no need for an external device. YOUR PHONE IS ALL YOU NEED.
The Pulse Oximeter app is for use by sports users who are interested in knowing their blood oxygenation level (SpO2) and Heart Rate. The Pulse Oximeter app is NOT INTENDED FOR MEDICAL USE. The Pulse Oximeter app can be used in a wide range of settings, including between exercises, running, hiking, and in relaxation management.
Pulse Oximeter uses your iPhone’s camera to detect your pulse and oxygen levels from your fingertip. Track and record heartbeat and blood oxygen levels. Instant results, easy to use, simple charts to save your progress.
Whether you are training, doing simple exercise, or just monitoring stress levels, download the App today and use your camera's flash to monitor your progress!
Place the tip of your index finger on the iPhone’s camera, and in a couple of seconds your pulse and oxygen levels will be shown. Results are also recorded in a graph.
- Measure pulse and blood oxygen saturation
- Pulse Oximeter range 93-100%
- Record and store history of data
- Real-time PPG graph for immediate accuracy
- Apple HealthKit integration
- Swipe for label selection
HOW TO USE
1. Start the app
3. Cover the flash and camera lens with your fingertip
4. See your results instantly
iPhone cases need to be removed. Does not work on iPad or iPod.
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
This is accurate
At first I was like why is my heart rate low like 55 or 58 I’m pretty sure it’s in the 60’s then I checked on other apps and other equipment like actual Oximeters, and blood pressure machines and it’s in the 58, 57 at rest off course, so it’s pretty accurate not exact but it’s a couple numbers off, like maybe 2 on the beats per minute or 2 on oxygen levels, but I don’t see anything wrong with that, all you people can’t appreciate his/her hard work then just don’t leave anything negative, delete it and leave him/her alone, it’s a fine peace of work.
Do not use for personal clinical tracking
Just purchased this app. I’ve tried a number of different ways to use this app (based on its instructions and feedback in the reviews). I installed it on an iPhone.
It is so far off it shouldn’t be used if your physician has asked you to track.
I’m an old medic and have a pulse oximeter-side by side this app is way off. On occasion the 02 level is close-but with so much variation it can’t be relied on. As for the BPM-not even close. You’re better off buying a pulse oximeter and tracking manually. This was a great idea, but not ready for prime time.
This is amazing. Thank you to the inventors. I used the app after it was recommended by a nurse practitioner during my telemedicine visit as a way to tell if I needed to go to the hospital to be put on a ventilator for pneumonia. I was very happy and relieved to see the oxygen saturation was still high even though I felt like I wasn’t getting any oxygen. I am now on the road to recovery. 😀
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Requires iOS 10.1 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.