Cardiio helps you measure your pulse (heart rate) using your phone camera, learn
how the numbers relate to your general wellness, perform effective workouts to
get in shape, and track your progress. *** Featured on The Doctors (CBS), ABC
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I initially loved this app, but a few versions ago I’ve come to hate it. I’m using on an iPhone 8 with latest IOS. Also was used in my 6. The app doesn’t work right when there’s even the slightest bit of movement— like right after you finish a hard run. That’s when you want to capture your max heart rate. App keeps saying “poor signal quality”. I’ve tried pressing both hard and soft on the camera. By time the app can record my rate, it’s way down from my max. The app also doesn’t work in the cold. So winter exercise is out. I would never pay $10 for an app that doesn’t work.
Inaccurate lately. Highs and lows showed and now they don’t. I reported the issue months ago and have screenshots to prove it. I haven’t used in since until today. Only 1 of the 6 tests (I took face and finger) accurately showed actual real high and real low I saw on the screen. And recorded it. I add notes to the real high and low in the notes section and told them about it months ago. They haven’t fixed it. It worked great before that. Fix it and make it work properly again and the rating will increase. For now it hasn’t and I’ve reported this issue before.
I’ve been using the free version of this app for a few months now. Some days it just doesn’t work. Post workout measurements require multiple attempts but by then my heart rate reduced so much it is not a meaningful measurement. I like it when it works. I decided to reread the reviews. I noticed the developer responded to zero of the reviews that contained any negative feedback nor responded to any that I looked at period. My conclusion is the developer put it together and is willing to take whatever money comes in with no additional effort on his or her part to improve user satisfaction. I’ll keep my money.
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