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On iPhone 8+ and latest os. I suffer uncontrolled Afib and testing only shows me in Afib less than 10% of time and I can actually feel my heart rate shifting. There are times I cannot take my BP. Also please what is difference between free and paid versions? If paid version offered better accuracy I would likely buy it.
I did this test 5 times, back to back on fast mode. Each time I got a VERY different reading, most normal but 2 abnormal. I took it on standard two times back to back and had normal, but widely different results. My husband took it once and it said his was abnormal, and took it again and it was fine. There are just too many variables for this to be accurate, and it alarmed me when I saw the abnormality detected.
Did work fine but recently it’s all about ads and it does not recognize my finger and keeps starting over. Basically useless. Shame I used to depend on this app. No longer though.
The old app of this was horrible did not work, this version seems to be working really good. I just hope it's accurate.
I have had no problems with this version. I am providing 4stars because of limited experience. I’ll update after 30dats or more
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Photo AFib Detector (Free) has 27 user reviews.
Photo AFib Detector (Free) has an average rating of 2.1.
The latest version of Photo AFib Detector (Free) (1.1) was released on Dec 08, 2015.
You can download Photo AFib Detector (Free) here:.
Atrial Fibrillation (AFib) is one of most common heart rhythm disorders and increases the risk for
heart disease and stroke, both leading causes of death.
The Photo AFib Detector was designed for personal AFib detection and Heart Rate monitoring.
It uses smartphone's inbuilt back camera to capture your fingertip video for PPG signal extraction and then estimate two parameters of RMSSD (Root Mean Square of Successive Difference) and ShE (Shannon Entropy) for AFib detection. It also provide heart-rate monitoring function with percentage of your maximum heart rate if you have input your age in the setting.
Note: This App is not to be used for medical diagnosis. Please consult your physician if in doubt.
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