Description

Secure your heart in a few easy steps

RscMe monitors changes of your heart rate using data from Apple Health. You receive a notification if your heart rate exceeds your maximum heart rate or drops critically low.

A text message with your name, location, and heart rate will be sent to your selected emergency contacts when your heart rate is too high or too low (paid feature).

Maximum heart rate is strongly related to your age. We use a medical study based calculation and set up your maximum heart rate by the birth date.

RscMe is an easy-to-configure application. You can set up the app within a few clicks on your iPhone. RscMe monitors your heart rate in the background. You do not have to open the app to use it. Your iPhone just needs to be connected to the Internet (Wi-Fi/mobile) in order to send an emergency message.

When you experience symptoms of heart problems, you can immediately check your heart rate on your Apple Watch with the RscMe Apple Watch app.

Download RscMe: Heart Emergency SOS and get your heart under control!

What’s New

Version 2.1

A small update that fixes an error when sending SMS to China. All text messages sent to our Chinese users should be delivered now.

Ratings and Reviews

1.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

piercingtheveil ,

Unable to change min or max heart rate

You cannot change what you want the rate to be for high or low. The high was set way too high for me but since I can’t change it, it defeats the purpose of the app.

PsychoDave ,

Scam. Cant use unless you pay them

Update: The developer has commented twice now on my review insisting it is not a scam with the in app purchases. To me this seems like a harassment attempt to get me to delete or change me review. However looking at other reviews that are similar to my experience. I do not see their good faith effort in updating the apps description to include that the full functionality described is only achievable with an in app purchase. Honestly if you want to be honest then just charge the $2.99 for the app. The upfront pricing would prevent these negative reviews.

Deceptive app. They make you think its free but they want 2.99 to use it. Also they want your phone to stay unlocked to use.

Developer Response ,

Hi PsychoDave,

our app is definitely not a scam. In a free version you receive only local notifications in case of emergency. If you want to unlock the full potential of our app (text messaging to your emergency contacts), then you have to pay a small amount (in-app purchase). This covers our development costs and telecommunication charges.

Regarding your iPhone security, we have to comply with strict Apple rules when it comes to your health data. We can access your heart rate only when iPhone is unlocked. When your iPhone auto-locks after 4 hours, then we can not access your health data and no emergency messages will be sent.

December 2020 update: we just released a new version. You might want to give it a try as it has been completely rebuilt. Hopefully the app store description also present the app feature in a clear way.

Jan from RscMe

LDMartin1959 ,

Deceptive in-app purchase system

The “Add emergency contact” DOESN’T MENTION that this is a “optional” feature FOR WHICH YOU WILL BE CHARGED until AFTER the charge is processed. This might be a great app, but in my book THUS CONSTITUTES FRAUD. And the developers protestations the side, the fact is that if you tap the “Add emergency contact” link, Even accidentally, you are immediately charged with no dialogue screen coming up to alert you and give you the option to cancel out of it.

And don’t presume that the app is functional in a limited mode without the purchase. IT ISN’T. The sole purpose of having this app is to notify someone when there’s an issue with your heart rate and IT ABSOLUTELY WILL NOT DO THAT INLESS YOU MAKE THE IN-APP PURCHASE!!

Developer Response ,

Hi LDMartin, sorry but our app is not a fraud. In a free version you receive only local notifications in case of emergency. If you want to unlock the full potential of our app (text messaging to your emergency contacts), then you have to pay a small amount (in-app purchase). This is clearly stated in the app before you make a purchase. There is a dialog window where you have to approve the purchase or you can cancel it. It is not true you are immediately charged.

December 2020 update: we just released a new version. You might want to give it a try as it has been completely rebuilt. Hopefully the app store description also present the app feature in a clear way.

Best regards
Jan from RscMe

App Privacy

The developer, HorMart s.r.o., 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 Not Linked to You

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

  • Health & Fitness
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Contacts
  • Diagnostics

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

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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