Measure and calculate heart and respiratory rates using your iPhone or Apple Watch. All thats required is that you be able to feel a pulse rate or observe a respiratory rate and tap After a few recorded samples your rate will be displayed. To reset TapRate press and hold the orange button on your iPhone or the Beat / Breath button on your Apple Watch.
Turn your Apple Watch into a powerful tool for tracking your heart rate zones while working out. When working out with the Apple Watch youll want to work out within a specific zone, ensuring that your heart rate falls within a particular percentage of your heart rate. Heart Rate Zone Training will work without your iPhone on WatchOS 2
#For the non-smoking life This application can measure your non-smoking time. By visualizing the time when smoking cessation, motivate you to refrain from smoking. * Once you press the STOP button, the non-smoking time so far will be reset* Press the START button and the STOP button will be displayed* Press the STOP button and the RESET button will be displayed
Now you dont need a special heart rate monitor device to measure your pulse, Simply turn you iPhone into a Heart Rate Monitor by using cameras flash and measure your heart beat anytime anywhere. Clean and intuitive design to measure your heart rate easily. In some devices, heart rate monitor may make the LED flash very hot.
Turn your iPhone into a quick and accurate personal Heart Beat Pulse Measurement. Check your heart rate anytime, anywhere with Heart Beat Pulse Measurement - at your home or your office - when you wake up, relax, before and after exercise, or before a big meeting. APP FEATURES & BENEFITS:- Measure your heart rate using just your iPhone camera- Share your heart rate measurements on social networks like Facebook & Twitter or via email- A real-time chart will show you every heartbeat, similar to pulse oximeters used in hospitals- Reminder: Automatic remind you to measure your heartbeat everyday- Activity tags for each measurement- Graphs illustrate your measurement historyEASY TO USE- Place your index finger against the back camera lens and flashlight- Do not measure with cold fingers when the blood circulation is poor- Do not press too hard, otherwise blood circulation will be altered and the results could be affected- Remain calm and try not to move too much during the measurement, as this can compromise measurement accuracy- When using an iPhone or iPad without a flashlight, be sure to take the measurement in a well-lit area (bright daylight works best)Download the Heart Beat Pulse Measurement App today, check your heart rate regularly and show your friends how cool & calm you remain even when in a seemingly stressful situation WARNING: This is not a medical product.
Heartapp enables you to quickly measure your heart rate. Simply find your pulse and tap the heart button. Store your heart rate for future reference.
Best heart rate application for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPadREVIEWS: * This app is really helpful for someone who wants to keep track of their heart rate * Great and Accurate App * I use this every day to measure the pulse of my patientsFEATURES: * Old School Heart Rate / Pulse Measure *Use this App to measure your heart rate by tapping your pulse or by counting your heart beats. Does not require any additional equipment - but you will have to find your pulse on your neck or your wrist. The app will calculate your current heart rate from the time and the number of beats.
Best Heart Beats Rate Measures for Pebble SmartWatch Measure and calculate your heart rate with iPhone/iPod touch camera and transmit the heart rate data to Pebble smart watch real time. Store the heart rate data in Pebble smart watch and show them conveniently in pebble. Monitor your health level with iPhone any where in any time
Measure Your Heart Rate Just hold your iPhone or iPad in front of your face for 15-20 secs to measure your heart rate Gain Insight See how your heart rate relates to your fitness and enduranceTrack your Heart Rate Maintain history of all heart rate readingsAbout Pulseware FitPulseware Fit enables you to get your heart rate just by looking at the front facing camera of your smart phone. The same smart phone you carry everywhere - its that simple No need to wear your health watch, pulse-oximeter on your finger, wristband or other do-hickey. Pulseware Fit has not been tested with individuals with health conditions, is not a clinical pulse oximeter and has not been cleared or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
- Chill requires an iPhone with a paired Apple Watch running WatchOS 2+ for full usage.- Chill requires heart rate data access from the Health app in order to measure heart rate data and display it within the app. Any data collected will be reflected in the Health app. FEATURES Utilizes Apple WatchOS 2- Apple Watch application directly integrating heart rate sensor- Health integration - collects heart rate data and adds any data collected to the Health app- Beautiful and simple iPhone and Apple Watch interfaces- Configurable target Chill heart rate (if heart rate surpasses this, user should Chill)- View last heart rate reading- Apple Watch Complication - shortcut to open the Chill Apple Watch application- Apple Watch Glance - shows last heart rate measurement- Monitor heart rate and Chill level to be more aware of heart health UPDATES COMING SOON Measure Chill level/heart rate in background- Measure Chill level/heart rate directly from Glance view- Ability to view recent measurements in a chart- Set lower and upper limit of target Chill heart rate- Background heart rate measurement- Pro mode- UI Customization/ThemesNOTE: This is not a medical product
The applications detects how the colour of your finger changes when blood flows into it. Similar to the way that a medical pulse oximeter works. * Measure your heart rate using just your iPhone camera* Graphs illustrate your measurement history* Different measuring types: Resting heart rate, pre & post-workout heart rate, maximum heart rate* Heart rate measurement * Pulse waveform graphs* Real-time photoplethysmogram (PPG) graph