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The developer has done a good thing. Accuracy seems close enough for home use. I see added features in the future. Only camera and built-in light is needed to measure purse. As graph is generated anomalies in an otherwise smooth repeating pulse pattern could give additional information on your heart from the pulse rhythm. No medical inference can be made but may give valuable talking points with a medically trained specialist.
Resting heart rate seemed believable although it jumps all over the place while taking reading. Active rate is way off. Immediately after a run it showed 91, then I checked manually and it was 110. My pulse drops quickly after finishing an activity so I wanted something to get a reading faster then palpating. This gives you a value fairly quickly but it always reads low and varies wildly. At the gym this always reads 10-30 bpm slower than the monitors on the machines. I paid to have ads removed after getting a few believable resting heart rates, before checking it during and after activity. For anything other than sitting still on the couch it is worthless, and now I doubt the resting heart rate as well.
I love the fact that I can write a note for each time I take my heart rate, unfortunately my readings are mostly inaccurate. The few times it’s been accurate were great and I was ecstatic. The reason I found out it wasn’t accurate 100% of the time. I returned home from hitting the weight room and running 5 miles. Curiously I began checking my bpm. In my mind it looked abnormally low. So naturally I set a timer and manually checked my bpm. My manual reading was 96bpm, with the apps reading being 88bpm and lower. For each attempt within a few minute time frame around the manual reading
I been enjoying this app and have found it very accurate, usually +- 2 beats, even when working out. Here’s what i would like to see, i have a resting bpm of 54 and a normal in the upper 70’s but at work, which is very manual but not what i would consider to be a workout, my bpm is usually between 90 and 120. So the charts look like i have a high bpm on avg just normal. Would like to see a selection for work of something along that line so i would have resting, normal, work and workout.
I’ve tried this app for several days now with multiple finger positions and no matter what I try it simply doesn’t work on a regular basis. Occasionally I can get an accurate reading but more often than not it is wrong. Not just a little but a lot. For example, this morning I had three readings saying my HR was in the eighties. When I checked it with my Apple Watch it was more like 50-55 (my HR is often on the low side). I will be deleting this app and wishing I had my 2 bucks back. BTW-I almost never write reviews, good or bad, so please trust me and look elsewhere if you want a real, trustworthy HR app.
Developed by wenpeng zeng.
Heart Rate Pro-Health Monitor is ranking in Health & Fitness & Medical
Last update was at May 27, 2019and the current version is 2.4.
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Heart Rate Pro-Health Monitor have a 3 467a user reviews.
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