Withings Health Mate 4+

Weight, Blood Pressure, Sleep


Designed for iPad

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


Whether you’re looking to lose weight, get more active, monitor blood pressure, or even sleep better, Health Mate unleashes the power of Withings health devices, backed by a decade of expertise. In the app you’ll find health data that is easy to understand, personalized, and fully leverageable by you and your doctor.

With Health Mate, be empowered to take action—and start mastering your vitals.


Reach your weight goals with advanced insights including weight, weight trends, BMI & body composition.

Automatically track your daily activity and workout sessions with in-depth insights including steps, heart rate, multisport tracking, connected GPS & Fitness Level assessment.

Improve your nights with sleep-lab worthy results (sleep cycles, sleep score, heart rate, snoring & more) and uncover sleep apnea, a highly prevalent & underdiagnosed disease.

Monitor hypertension from the comfort of your home with medically-accurate systolic and diastolic blood pressure results, plus reports you can share with your doctor to monitor the efficacy of treatment.

Detect the development of chronic diseases with advanced medical insights including irregular heart rhythm, atrial fibrillation, valvular heart diseases and overall arterial health via pulse wave velocity.


Only one app for all Withings products for a holistic view of your health, in the palm of your hands.

All the results are displayed clearly with normality ranges & color-coded feedback to know exactly where you stand.

Knowing your data is good, but knowing how to interpret it is better. Health Mate has now a voice and will highlight particularly relevant data for your health and enrich your experience with a science-based interpretation of this data.

Easily share data with healthcare professionals including an ECG record, blood pressure & more. Get also access to a full health report that can be shared to your practician via PDF.

Health Mate and Apple Health work seamlessly together, so you can retrieve all your health data in one place for easier health tracking. Health Mate is also compatible with 100+ top health & fitness apps including Strava, MyFitnessPal and Runkeeper.


WITHINGS creates devices embedded in easy-to-use everyday objects that connect to a unique app and act as powerful daily health check-ups, as well as tools to help master long-term health goals. Our team of engineers, doctors, and health professionals invents the world’s most efficient devices to help track and analyze anyone’s vitals, via a decade of expertise.

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What’s New

Version 6.4.0

While we tend to fixate on the outcomes of our most recent weigh-in or measurement, it's important to recognize that a single data point hardly captures the full extent of our health journey.
In this new version of the Withings app, we've focused on enhancing the long-term tracking of your metrics. It includes:
- A new, more compact, and customizable notification center.
- A brand new screen for Body Scan users: the evolution of segmental body composition.
- A new Withings+ monthly content drop, “Feed your well-being,” with 3 new programs and dozens of articles to help sustainably improve your nutrition.
- The usual bug fixes and stability improvements, of course!
These improvements will help you achieve your health goals, one step at a time!

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
282.8K Ratings

282.8K Ratings

Remito21 ,

I would love to love this app

I have been using this app along with the scale Body + and the ScanWatch for over two years now. So, I kind of love it. It gives me my fitness measures: weight, fat and muscle mass, bone mass and water. The watch tracks my fitness level but…
There is always a but. The App keeps adding a weight measurement each day even if I don’t weight myself. So it messes my metrics if I don’t remember to manually remove this measurements.
In addition, the watch gave me trouble at the beginning (malfunctioning) but even though the company was super responsive and they replaced the watch, it was really hard to get the information on who to contact and how to get things done. It was almost as if they didn’t want me to find out. In addition, they have raining sod their products but no place to write a review. That’s why I am writing it right here!!!
So, over all the app is great (besides the adding those measurements), and the products work (my watch measures my sleep, I can even take me ECG, and it is beautiful). And customer service was nice over all but honestly there are little exasperating times, like when they updated the app and I really hated the new look where things are not easier to grasp but the contrary. Don’t update just for the heck of doing it. The last update added not a single feature but just changed the look and I didn’t like it.

basic beat ,

Generally OK

It does the things well enough. My beef with the app are the sleep tracking and Fitness Level. Regarding the sleep tracking, it's just pulling data from the Health app and that's a well and good, problem is it thinks I've slept, on average over a week, 15 mins a night. This is patently false. I'm closer to 6 hours/night. Regarding the Fitness Level functionality... I am a 52 yr old man, 5'11", 160lbs that works out 5-6 times a week at a high level of intensity (weights, HIIT and running). I'm in far better shape than most 52 year olds yet the app claims that my fitness level is under that of a 65 yr old. That's insane. And wrong. Not sure what the app is using to calculate this, but it's doing it wrong or using the wrong data. Happy to share info with support to fix the problems.

Update: the sleep tracking has been fixed, it’s showing accurate data. The fitness level is still garbage. Same notes as above. NEW problem... The periods that you can view your data in are ridiculous. Sure Week, Month seem logical, but it's not. It's literally the current week, month, quarter(??) and year. Quarter?? Huh?? How about just 3 months w/o this weird quarter limit. And year? I can't see my progress over the past year bc it's literally the calendar year. Wha?? So in April I can only see a couple days. If I view quarter and go back, I can't see April. If I go back a year, I see 2022 NOT the past 12 months. Ridiculous. This needs to be fixed.

Developer Response ,

Hello, thank you for your feedback. I'm sorry to hear that your sleep data and fitness level are showing less accurate data. I appreciate the information that you have provided. Please try to update your Health Mate to version 5.12 to resolve the sleep tracking of data from Apple Health. For fitness level concerns, you may reach out to us at https://within.gs/help so we can further look into this. Take care — Jason, Withings Customer Service

permiefan ,

I have questions

I generally enjoy the app and started using it primarily because we got a smart scale. One thing I haven’t been able to figure out since I upgraded from my old iPhone 6 to a 13 mini: The daily BMI% figures are no longer available on my new phone and I can’t find anything that says why it’s not. When I go to “Customize the screen”, the option for BMI is there. But it doesn’t show up on my phone. And since I wear glasses (and weigh myself with them off to make my weight results accurate) I cannot see the readings on the scale and have to wait until they appear on my phone.

Sometime ago I also started using it to capture the stats on our nearly daily walks, because it gives me more info than my pedometer, mainly steps but also the distance covered and the duration. Most of the time the app captures the data, but sometimes it’s as if the walk never happened. I find it frustrating not to be able to count on consistency. I also have started to manually enter my rowing sessions, however sometimes those also disappear after I’ve entered and saved the info.

Anyway, just a few frustrations, but I’m happy to finally have found a scale that weighs in one-tenth pounds instead of the usual two-tenths. I’m small and small increments matter more to me than it does to others I would imagine.

Developer Response ,

Hello, thanks for your feedback. I'm sorry that you're no longer seeing your BMI on the app. You can check for the BMI data when you tap your weight on the app and under the Weight Breakdown, you should see the Body Mass Index. This change is due to the rebuilding of Health Mate's interface. Not to worry as I've shared your comment with our UI/UX team for consideration. About the steps and activity data, if you have a Withings device, I invite you to select your product on the list here https://bit.ly/3TrLsIa for the available troubleshooting you can follow. If you need further help, kindly contact us at https://within.gs/help. Take care — Toni, Withings Customer Service

App Privacy

The developer, Withings, 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
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • 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
  • Search History

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

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