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I first downloaded well let me say I purchased Azumio Heart Rate Checker when that was all you had to pay for; just the app. Of course they had a free version but I opted for the paid version because it had more features. Now this app has turned into one big in-app-purchase. Everything you click on; in an app you already paid for, opens up another screen wanting you to sign up for a premium subscription. There are thousands of similar free apps on the app store that offer the same services as this one but again I went with Azumio. Now I wish I would have never even downloaded this. Yes it will check my heart rate but then it jumps to screens you can’t even view unless you buy a subscription. I wanted this app because I have high blood pressure and have suffered numerous heart attacks and needed something to keep track of my heart rate. I don’t care about my weight nor do I care what Joe Blows heart rate is in another country. This use to be a straight forward heart rate monitor/tracker and greed has driven the developers away from what once made them great. If I was an athlete, weight lifter, or health nut then everything in the app would be fine. But not everyone is wanting everything thats offered in this app yet it’s constantly threw down their throat. I still monitor my heart rate and will do the Stand Up Test but then I close the app out just to forgo all the subscription pop ups. Sorry Azumio but this app just isn’t what it use to be.
Great app, with a few disappointments
Love the free app! User-friendly interface, great decisions on what to emphasize—e.g., including a prominent step tracker. One suggestion I have for the free app would be to tweak it so that your flashlight doesn’t come on as soon as you open the app. One more prompt before turning it on would be great. My major disappointment was that after I paid for the app’s “insights,” it proved to be really just a summary/snapshot of your data, which you can already see for yourself within the free app. I thought it might be more involved, I.e., offering suggestions for lowering your restrictions by heart rate, etc. Please improve these “insights” we’re paying for!
Very good app
One of my favorites. It seems rather accurate. Will test this against a Holter monitor later this month. So far it seems the highest degree of accuracy is attained by laying the phone on your finger while resting your arm on a table and don't move. I hope it can be possible to export the graphs to open on the computer in order to view the full range of the pressure of each pulse. I can see in the Realtime graph how it is resized, say from a group of strong pulses to a group of Weak pulses. My pulses are strong when I breathe in and weak when I breathe out. The saved graph does not indicate this. You get a bunch of ads when you open the app. Yeah, it's irritating, especially if you want to get a reading right away, but it doesn't interfere with the performance or accuracy while the test is monitoring.
Works great but ...
The only objection I have is the app makes you struggle through a few pages that encourage you to first login through facebook, which you can decline (no login is necessary at all but not clear if you can set it up to skip this page; then you get another page encouraging you to sign up for premium ( what you would want premium escapes me) then it measures your pulse and then you have to turn down some other choice before it gives you the result. Other than that, the bp measurement is a snap and works great. You don’t even need to use a finger - almost any place will do. 10 seconds any it’s done. I would like to be able to use this in an emergency and the clunky interfering steps that try to rope you into making more profit for the coders are a serious detraction.
Great App and Accurate HR
I have been using this app for years. I have tested this while sitting and running and compared it to the readings of my chest strap HRM and was happily surprised how well it works, giving me the same rating as my chest strap (which does not connect to my phone). While I don’t use this app to check my heart rate while I run it was still a great test. I have tried other monitors that do not pick up HR very well while running. I purchased the Premium, but have noticed what is included in the Premium keeps changing so its a little confusing when I get ads recommending I upgrade. This is the only thing I don’t like and recommend they re-name these upgrades to avoid confusion or add the new features as free enhancements. Looking at new options they seem appear to be great options.
So easy to keep records!
My daughter and I have had years of heart palps and test with no answers. This app makes it soooo easy to keep a record- literally at our finger tips! One cluck and everything is recorded got our doctor visits!!! No more waiting to see if they can “catch” them on the one day they hook us up.. and no more stress tests. Easier than fb, iTunes or any other app!! It records the date, time, ❤️rate, and you select specific tabs to record wether you are sitting, or working out. My daughter is now 15 and we have been using this app for a few years now!
Excellent health app
I have a history of “funny early heart beats” or PVCs. I’ve also had a couple of episodes of atrial fibrillation that had to be treated in Emergency Department. I use this app to catch and document any persistent dysthymia then discuss It with my physician. I use it to track my cool down periods at 1 min, 3 min, and 5 min after daily fast walks of 45 min to 1.5 hrs. My iWatch does this also, but I like to check it manually to check for any “funny beats.” I’ve used this app for almost 4 years. I am a Registered Nurse and I thoroughly recommend it.
I have a WW2 vet that works for me. He still sells real estate at 94. We went to lunch one day and he said it didn’t agree with him. It gave him heart burn and he wanted to go home and rest. I told him I wanted to check his pulse. I did and it was all over the board. I knew he was having issues and took him to the EMS. They said he was afibbing really bad and took him immediately to the hospital. He had a slight heart attack. That was a year ago and he is back to work. I am so glad I had this app on my phone! It helped save his life.
Great for P.O.T.S. Patients
I have a chronic illness that affects my heart rate, and this app helps me keep track of high and low heat rates and the efficiency of my prescribed medications. I’ve used this information at numerous doctors’ visits. Being able to add my own personal tags is a plus; yet, being prompted to upgrade the free app to a paid one every time I use it is rather annoying! I still recommend the app, regardless, as it’s reliable (especially for communicating my results with my doctors).
Use of heart rate app
I have a heart issue that’s hard to track. Heart monitors, zillions of tests all after an event. I’ve been using this for over six months. Now I know why. The event lasts 1-2 days so by the time I decide it’s real, call doctor, etc. it’s over. With the reports I can show them at my next visit. Now I also need to write notes as well. I know all of the things it’s not! Maybe now we can find out why every 2-3 months!
Premium nagging is annoying
When I first downloaded this app a few years ago, there wasn't all the added fluff in the app. It measured heart rate, which it did well and that was it. Over time, the company has added more and more "features" and want to charge a monthly/annual premium for them. I am not interested in those but the app continually pesters me to buy it before allowing me to use the one function I got this app for in the first place. Can't say that measurements are as accurate as I get upset having to cancel out the sales pitch and thus raising my heart rate. I may need to look elsewhere and finally ditch this app.
Unreliable app looking to milk more money out of you.
Totally disappointing. First the heart rate reading is completely unreliable. It goes all over the place. The app want your personal information, which serves no other purpose but to be sold online to make them more money. So much for privacy. You will constantly be bombarded to upgrade and buy other features and why would you want to do that when they fail so miserably at the main purpose of providing a reliable heart rate. I hate these apps that advertise health monitoring, but set their goals at milking every dollar out of you. Apple is failing us by approving these apps. Hope my $5 will give them indigestion.
Very very disappointed
This is app is very disappointing. When exercising I stopped to check my pulse it was 149 this app measured it at like 86! I mean come on every time I check it myself it’s different than the app.(way different !!) The motion tracker doesn’t work it says it’s turned off but I have checked it numerous times and it’s on. I have toggled it off and on but no dice doesn’t work. The most basic thing it’s supposed to do.. take my pulse (correctly) doesn’t even work. What a rip off. 😔 I should have read more reviews before purchasing premium. Really kicking myself for purchasing this app at all. Watch out for this one people! You can bet I won’t renew.
Works well, usually.
I’ve been using this app for almost six years. It works very well for Resting Heart Rate - very quick and accurate. When out jogging it’s a different story, even if I stand motionless, in shade or sun, it struggles to capture the rate. It’s as if it doesn’t believe it. It starts, wipes the dial clean and goes again. All the time it’s trying to get a reading my heart rate is dropping. (The rates are not high 48 to 135.) I love the stand up test. It’s always interesting. All in all, a great app. I’ll keep using it.
I have tried various activity trackers for heart rate but they never quite delivered accuracy or consistency. This was especially the case during cold weather. With this app I have had no issue at all- it's nicely accurate, it's been easy to use, very accurate and it's always with me. For me, this has been a fantastic improvement over every other item I have tried to date.
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