Effortlessly Track, Manage, and Share Your Blood Pressure for Seamless Progress Monitoring.
Introducing Blood Pressure Monitor Diary, your comprehensive solution for easy blood pressure tracking. This app enables you to effortlessly record, monitor, analyze, and share your vital blood pressure information using your iPhone/iPod touch/iPad devices. Whether you're prehypertensive or hypertensive, Blood Pressure Monitor Diary is here to help you track your progress and manage all your blood pressure measurements, ensuring a worry free experience.
Note: Blood Pressure Monitor Diary does not measure blood pressure itself; this isn't possible with just an iOS device alone. You need a separate blood pressure monitor to measure blood pressure accurately. Recommended brands to try are A&D, Omron, QaridoArm, iHealth, Withings, Braun, CAZON, Hangsun, ARSIMAI, and Kinetic Wellbeing.
- Easily track Systolic (SYS), Diastolic (DIA), and Pulse measurements with a user-friendly interface, free from any complications.
Effortless Export and Sharing:
- Seamlessly export and send all your blood pressure information to your doctor or loved ones, ensuring a hassle free sharing experience.
Track Your Progress Over Time:
- Gain valuable insights into your blood pressure trends with our easy-to-understand graphs, allowing you to visualize your progress effortlessly, free from confusion.
- Stay on top of your health journey with daily reminders, ensuring you never miss a blood pressure recording.
Add Readings to Apple Health:
- Integrate your readings with Apple Health for further analysis and sharing, liberating your data and making it easily accessible.
Take advantage of this opportunity to download Blood Pressure Monitor Diary and enjoy the benefits of a worry free and seamless blood pressure tracking and management experience.
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Trends now allows you to select custom date ranges allowing you to see graphs on your blood pressure at any point in time.
Trend graphs no longer include the average label, preventing the graph lines from being obscured by it.
The Readings summary has moved to the Trends view and is now connected to the date range selected in Trends. This allows you to see your averages for any point.
There's a new What's New section in Settings keeping you up to date with changes to the app.
A bug was fixed where readings couldn't be saved if Apple Health syncing was allowed in the app but denied in the Phone's permissions.