Heart Rate Monitor - Pulse BPM Reviews

Heart Rate Monitor - Pulse BPM Reviews

Published by on 2023-12-03

About: Heart Rate is the latest safe, accurate and visual pulse checker & monitor on
the market, feature-rich & easy to use, timely access to your health
status. Just open the app, you can measure your heart rate anytime, anywhere,
show your best condition.

About Heart Rate Monitor

What is Heart Rate Monitor? Heart Rate is a pulse checker and monitor app that allows users to measure their heart rate anytime and anywhere. The app is easy to use and provides timely access to the user's health status. It is a feature-rich app that offers permanent preservation of measurement results and supports sharing heart rate results with Apple Health and social networking sites.



1. Test Anywhere: Users can measure their heart rate anytime and anywhere to monitor their heart health.

2. Simple Operation: Users can measure their pulse by placing their fingers on the back of the camera and flashlight and gently pressing. The app saves heart rate measurements in different states (such as exercise, rest, etc.) for easy observation of heart rate changes.

3. Permanent Preservation: The app permanently preserves measurement results and provides visual displays of exquisite statements.

4. Apple Health Integration: The app supports sharing heart rate results with Apple Health.

5. Timed Reminder: Users can set regular reminders to test their heart rate.

6. Social Networking: The app supports sharing heart rate results on social networking sites like WeChat and QQ to show the user's health status.

Use Suggestions:

1. Users can monitor their health every day by using the app to adjust their work and rest status.

2. Users can use the app to express their feelings to their loved ones.

Warning: The app is not for medical use. Users should consult a doctor for any medical concerns.

Terms & Privacy Policy: The app's terms and privacy policy can be found at http://www.dream8.top/apps/HeartRate/statement/privacy_en.html.

Overall User Satisfaction Rating

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~ from Justuseapp.com NLP analysis of 114,119 combined software reviews.

Key Benefits of Heart Rate Monitor

- Accurate heart rate readings, even able to pick up pulse from hand

- User-friendly interface with options to select activity type

- No need for additional hardware like an Apple Watch

- Consistent performance with no errors reported

20 Heart Rate Monitor Reviews

4.6 out of 5



I really love it! I have tried a couple of apps over and over again and decided to give this one a try. In all the other ones that I have used you have to hold your finger over the camera in the right position for the duration of the time they tell you for. In HeartRateMonitor there is no certain way that you have to hold your finger and it does not take really long. I decided to experiment a bit and even found that it can pick up a pulse from your hand and it is accurate.



I have Tachycardia and I need to check my pulse constantly. The Runtastic app I used won’t let me log on or make a new login.🤢 I downloaded this one. It’s a little slow yet accurate and there’s a whole bunch of ads that make it really annoying but, at least it’s accurate and it has really big numbers.🥀I would definitely recommend HeartRateMonitor for people who need a free pulse app. However, if you can pay to remove the ads for apps, I would! As a personal recommendation, I’d first try to download the other runtastic app because it has a lot less ads❣️


Unknown Afiber

I have tried other apps and they don’t work consistently, not user friendly, can’t even breathe or it starts over. Then I found HeartRateMonitor and I love it. I’ve been using it for a month 4-5 times a day, not one error. Allows me to select what I am doing I.e. sleeping, resting, and 2 more settings. There is a gauge that lets you know if you need to be concerned.

Great App. You won’t be disappointed.


Too short a test time

The accuracy is skewed by its too brief a testing window, which seems to be only about 10 seconds. So, this morning it measured my resting heart rate at 49. But a couple of minutes later I measured my heart rate with my Garmin heart rate monitor, which is a strap worn directly over my sternum when I run. I watched the measurements for the duration of a full minute, over which time my resting heart beat got as low as 41...8 beats less than HeartRateMonitor registered just 3 minutes beforehand. If HeartRateMonitor allowed for a longer test time, say 30 seconds, perhaps it would give a more accurate reading.


👎🏻only to Write a review

I have went through numerous heart rate monitor apps The ones that I checked out was all under free heart rate monitor apps....Yet they are not free or they have a whole bunch of ads that pop up in the middle of a reading! This one for instance is not freeBecause you have to have the pro version to get all of everything you need to know about your heart reading which is very important it should state that before you download it it’s under free apps when youType in free heart monitor app!But yes this is not one you want to use if you are really needing to know what’s going on with your heart especially right away because of the ads that pop up during the reading ... Do not recommend


Essentially unusable due to ads

In all fairness, I'll say that HeartRateMonitor does what it's supposed to do quite well. The problem is that it's so crammed with advertising that it makes you want to toss your phone out the window. Before you can measure your heart rate, you have to watch a video. After getting your heart rate, but before you get a chance to save it, you have to watch another video. You end up spending more time watching ads than actually using HeartRateMonitor for it's intended purpose. I get the need for advertising. Show me a static banner ad at the bottom of the screen and you'll hear no complaints from me. Hijack my time and I'm done with you.


Way too many ads

Honestly I tested my heart rate twice and got pretty tired of the ads. There’s an ad right before you measure your pulse and another ad before it gives you the result. Some ads are video and you have to watch some of it before you can close the ad. It’s also annoying that the ‘X’ to close the ads changes sides to make you watch longer. The first 3 ads had the x on the left and the fourth switched it to the right, throwing me off bc I was ready to close it with my left thumb since I was using my phone one handed, and I ended up having to use both hands to skip the ad.
In all fairness the heart rate reading seems accurate once you get that far.



I’m actually thoroughly impressed with this application. I don’t have to wear an Apple Watch. I learned last year that my phone was determining several statistics I didn’t know about including my heart rate, speed of my car etc. so at least I can use this to determine my BPM without buying an Apple Watch. And it works quite well. I am pretty happy, thanks.


Usability is low to none

Don’t download HeartRateMonitor. The usability is so poor I finally had to switch to a different heart rate app.

HeartRateMonitor is not usable because the ads prevent heart rate from being measured and recorded.

When I am able to measure my heart rate, the measuring ability is finicky. It will start and stop, even if my finger and body are not moving. Often it just cancels the reading, as if I had removed my finger.

The ads are constant - I have to get through 3 each time I want to measure and save my heart rate once.

Recently I have been receiving ads that *DO NOT HAVE A CLOSE BUTTON* which means I have to force close the entire app and reopen it and hope I don’t get the same ad.

Unfortunately I do get the same ad. After managing to measure my heart rate I wasn’t able to x-out of the ad (and it didn’t close on its own - I waited), so my heart rate was not saved.

What is the point of a heart rate app if you can’t measure and record your heart rate?



I love HeartRateMonitor, but I want the developers to know something. There is a way around the limit of the measures a day. Basically if you turn off “Set automatically” In General->Time & Date then you can change your day to tomorrow or an old date, causing the amount to reset. This scams the developers out of money! I recommend you guys go based off a 24 Hour clock in app like a timer instead of the device time.


Going to look for a different app for this

HeartRateMonitor is awful ! Every time I put my finger on the flashlight it starts “detecting” and then ALWAYS STOPS! Right before it ends! & gotta restart literally about 10 or more tries to FINALLY get it to read my heart rate so right after I write this review for others to know about HeartRateMonitor, I’m going to go look for another app to do this because it’s VERY important I have one for certain health issues and THIS isn’t working at all. So ONE star! Sorry But fix HeartRateMonitor and how it reads the finger clearly being put over the camera and light! Smh sick of these FAKE APPS! 🥺😠


Definitely works well

I downloaded but wasn’t sure if it would actually work. It definitely does. You have to close a page to start and get results, but that’s because it’s offering to hold and track the data for you.
Was easy to use and beat my expectations.


Honestly a good app!

There are quite a few ads pretty frequently, but honestly that doesn’t really matter because getting your heart rate down, and it being accurate is important. 🤷🏻‍♀️ I’ve been very sick for three weeks, unable to breathe with heart palpitations. HeartRateMonitor is helping me learn about how high or low my heart rate is and lets me tag it.



This is OK as a basic heart rate monitor app. BUT, after using it for 3 months I realized there is a major glitch. I am an athlete with a low resting heart rate of around 50. After hundreds of measurements I realized most of the time it showed 49, like exactly 49, and never ever lower. I just timed it myself with a watch and it’s 44, but sure enough, HeartRateMonitor says 49. I think the genius programmer did this because HeartRateMonitor display graph starts at 50 and he didn’t want HeartRateMonitor to show values below that so it just gives 49 as a default result for anything measured below 50.


Love it, with one flaw

This is a great app that helps me track my heart rate very well. The downside, which they could easily fix, is that the first five seconds there are ads which you cannot click through. I’m happy to watch an ad at the end, but those five seconds can impact the accuracy of my heart rate. Please move them to the end… Thank you.


Works far better than others

I spent last night and this AM testing many pulse taking apps. Most worked inconsistently or not at all, and were immediately deleted. This one worked every time. It took me just a few minutes to purchase pro to get rid of the ads


Downhill it’s gone

HeartRateMonitor use to be spot on, first attempt. Now it spends more time telling me to gently place finger, despite giving consistent reading for 1/2 of the time it detects. What’s up? I’m sure my heart rate is spiked from attempting to get a recorded reading, over & over & over. Please fix HeartRateMonitor or I’m deleting and seeking a app that actually gives reading and records instead of going thru the motions 5 times and it not registering the heart rate b/c it appears it enjoys telling me how to do it, over and over after each freaking reading.



Overall, I give Heart Rate Lite a 4/5. It works as planned most of the time, but sometimes it can either be slow or glitchy. Despite the slow loads and little glitches, HeartRateLite is a very unique app. You track your heart rate in three settings: Exercise, Not Moving, and Slowly Moving. So it’s a very good app to track your heart rate and see what you need to improve upon to increase your heart rate.
-Jack Poling❤️


Heart Rate Monitor

Too many ads!!! I was trying to get my heart rate cause I wasn’t feeling well and before I could even get started, I couldn’t get the ad off the screen. I don’t mind some ads but don’t let the ads take away from or make it difficult to use HeartRateMonitor .


Works better then I expected

I saw an ad of someone with their finger on their camera scanning their heart rate and I thought it was a joke lol but it does exist and it works better then I could imagine especially the fact that it uses your camera. take that Samsung>:)


Heart rate

Excellent app. I did not know I had a low HEA rate until I started using your app. I checked with my doctor and he confirm it and said they had been keeping it watch on it since August of last year The reason I downloaded HeartRateMonitor was 24/7 didn’t work one night and therefore I didn’t have a record and now I am glad I did because your app is more accurate. Thanks to being there


Pop up ads won’t disappear until I deleted and reinstalled the app

Whenever I attempt to get my heart rate reading a pop up ad appears. That’s fine and I expect it. The problem is that no matter what I do the ad won’t go away. I’ve tried the “x” in the upper corners, I’ve tried the option to go to their website, I’ve tried the option to decline it too. Nothing works. The ad just stays there making HeartRateMonitor useless to me. Therefore I’m deleting HeartRateMonitor from my phone.

I deleted HeartRateMonitor and re-installed it. The problem seems to be resolved. Maybe it happened as a result of the last iOS update.


Nice, though the ads!

It is a useful little app given what it is and how simply it does it. Except for getting out of the first time run introductory screen, it is voiceover accessible.
The only annoying thing is the number of ads. One ad before you take a reading, one ad before you see the result, and you usually can’t skip them. I can understand one ad per session, but two, really?


Incorrect reading when upgrading to pro

I downloaded HeartRateMonitor, then decided to purchase the pro because it seemed to be pretty accurate. Once I download the pro version, it immediately stopped working correctly. I get heart palpitations that are noticeable, and my heart rate gets close to 140bpm, sometimes higher. I was checking it while I was still having these palpitations and it was saying my HR was normal (80) every time I checked it. It would start out metering over 100bpm then towards the finish it would drop to 80. Don’t recommend paying for this.



Many times the ad to not go a way when you touch the circled X. I realize that you have to have ads but they should be easily removed by touching the X and not having to go to the web sight the ad once you to go to. You need to change what you’re have.


Great but too many annoying apps

Love HeartRateMonitor BUT too many annoying adds where if it keeps doing so I will stop using it I have another way I own a iHealth monitor and have there app no adds no crap . If these adds where not so annoying I would considered there pro app . But it’s a bad start for them to sell you software with the free one that has all the crap that pops up every second . If you will not get annoyed like I did then download it if not stay away from HeartRateMonitor.


Good but one big annoyance

I’ve used a couple other heart rate measurement apps, and this one is the easiest to get a good measurement, and is also the most accurate.

The one issue I have with it is you have to turn on Health App Sharing every time you use HeartRateMonitor because it turns it off again every time you close HeartRateMonitor .

Were it not for that, I’d give it 5 stars.


Data to Apple Health doesn’t work

The data share with Apple Health doesn’t seem to work. When you select, in settings, “Health App Sharing”, after a confirm message, it closes HeartRateMonitor display but nothing happens, looking like an app crash... it seems that it tries to invoke the Health settings, but it doesn’t work... Also HeartRateMonitor shows as “Inactive” in Apple Health. This looks like a bug, which unfortunately, makes HeartRateMonitor useless to be used with Apple Health, which is the only use I was looking for. (IOS 13.3, the last one)


Works great, pretty easy to learn

Overall I like HeartRateMonitor, I use HeartRateMonitor each day during my cardio and strength training. Data seems to be very close to right on target. And I can check my heart rate history easily, it's just awesome how much info you get about each workout you do!

Is Heart Rate Monitor Safe?

Yes. Heart Rate Monitor - Pulse BPM is quiet safe to use but use with caution. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 114,119 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.6/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Heart Rate Monitor Is 20.7/100.

Is Heart Rate Monitor Legit?

Yes. Heart Rate Monitor - Pulse BPM is legit, but not 100% legit to us. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 114,119 Heart Rate Monitor - Pulse BPM User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Heart Rate Monitor Is 34.4/100..

Is Heart Rate Monitor - Pulse BPM not working?

Heart Rate Monitor - Pulse BPM works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.

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