Heart Rate Monitor - Pulse BPM

Heart Rate Monitor - Pulse BPM Wiki

Written by wenpeng zeng

Rated 4.58809 From 42,439 Votes
$ 0.00
  • Last Updated: 2020-04-22
  • New version: 2.7
  • File size: 31.15 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. and Android 4.4. KitKat or later

Heart Rate Monitor - Pulse BPM

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Heart Rate Monitor - Pulse BPM is an iPhone and Android Health & Fitness App, made by wenpeng zeng. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - wenpeng zeng, with the latest current version being 2.7 which was officially released on 2020-04-22. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 42,439 Reviews on the Apple App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.58809 out of a possible 5 stars.

How does it Work?

Heart Rate is the latest safe, accurate and visual pulse checker & monitor on the market, feature-rich & easy to use, timely access to your health status. Just open the app, you can measure your heart rate anytime, anywhere, show your best condition. let's go with it ~ Features: 1. Test Anywhere: you can measure your heart rate anytime, anywhere, concerned about heart health. 2. Simple operation: with your fingers on the back of the camera and flashlight, gently press, you can read the pulse in a few seconds. You can save your heart rate in a different state (such as exercise, rest, etc.) to a health center for easy observation of your heart rate changes. 3. Permanent preservation: the measurement results for permanent preservation, and provide visual display of exquisite statements. 4. Support for sharing heart rate results with Apple Health. 5. Timed Reminder: You can set a regular reminder, always remind you of regular test heart rate 6. Social Networking: support sharing to WeChat, QQ and other social newwork and family friends to show your health status . Use suggestions:  1, in the city busy you, just take a few minutes to download heart rate, you can monitor your health every day, adjust your work and work status.  2, in the love of germination, you can use the heart rate to pass your most authentic feelings for him and her eyebrows. Warning: This is NOT for medical use! Terms & Privacy Policy:http://www.dream8.top/apps/HeartRate/statement/privacy_en.html

Top Reviews

  • Free and Easy to Read Disclaimers

    By Fredokpppppp
    I normally don’t write reviews, but after turning on Health sharing with the iPhone’s health app, I couldn’t help but notice how simply written and straightforward the disclaimer and privacy notice was! It’s also free to download with a limit of three free measures per day, and that’s better than a lot of other apps. I don’t want anything fancy, something super basic. Two bits for improvements: 1. Lack of sex. Women generally have lower heart rates than men, so what may seem abnormally low can be a bit more normal for a woman. 2. Lack of definition. I’m not sure what’s considered resting or normal. Sure, there’s the suggestion to measure resting heart rate 2min after waking up, but what about lying down? Or after meditation? Should those count too or are those considered normal
  • Pop up ads won’t disappear until I deleted and reinstalled the app

    By TomG01010
    Whenever I attempt to get my heart rate reading a pop up ad appears. That’s fine and I expect it. The problem is that no matter what I do the ad won’t go away. I’ve tried the “x” in the upper corners, I’ve tried the option to go to their website, I’ve tried the option to decline it too. Nothing works. The ad just stays there making this app useless to me. Therefore I’m deleting this app from my phone. I deleted the app and re-installed it. The problem seems to be resolved. Maybe it happened as a result of the last iOS update.
  • Amazing

    By 354636263
    I really love it! I have tried a couple of apps over and over again and decided to give this one a try. In all the other ones that I have used you have to hold your finger over the camera in the right position for the duration of the time they tell you for. In this app there is no certain way that you have to hold your finger and it does not take really long. I decided to experiment a bit and even found that it can pick up a pulse from your hand and it is accurate.
  • Essentially unusable due to ads

    By DaveS40
    In all fairness, I'll say that this app does what it's supposed to do quite well. The problem is that it's so crammed with advertising that it makes you want to toss your phone out the window. Before you can measure your heart rate, you have to watch a video. After getting your heart rate, but before you get a chance to save it, you have to watch another video. You end up spending more time watching ads than actually using the app for it's intended purpose. I get the need for advertising. Show me a static banner ad at the bottom of the screen and you'll hear no complaints from me. Hijack my time and I'm done with you.
  • Way too many ads

    By read reviews but
    Honestly I tested my heart rate twice and got pretty tired of the ads. There’s an ad right before you measure your pulse and another ad before it gives you the result. Some ads are video and you have to watch some of it before you can close the ad. It’s also annoying that the ‘X’ to close the ads changes sides to make you watch longer. The first 3 ads had the x on the left and the fourth switched it to the right, throwing me off bc I was ready to close it with my left thumb since I was using my phone one handed, and I ended up having to use both hands to skip the ad. In all fairness the heart rate reading seems accurate once you get that far.
  • Usability is low to none

    By ReasonablyHealthy
    Don’t download this app. The usability is so poor I finally had to switch to a different heart rate app. This app is not usable because the ads prevent heart rate from being measured and recorded. When I am able to measure my heart rate, the measuring ability is finicky. It will start and stop, even if my finger and body are not moving. Often it just cancels the reading, as if I had removed my finger. The ads are constant - I have to get through 3 each time I want to measure and save my heart rate once. Recently I have been receiving ads that *DO NOT HAVE A CLOSE BUTTON* which means I have to force close the entire app and reopen it and hope I don’t get the same ad. Unfortunately I do get the same ad. After managing to measure my heart rate I wasn’t able to x-out of the ad (and it didn’t close on its own - I waited), so my heart rate was not saved. What is the point of a heart rate app if you can’t measure and record your heart rate?
  • Nice, though the ads!

    By DarkSquared42
    It is a useful little app given what it is and how simply it does it. Except for getting out of the first time run introductory screen, it is voiceover accessible. The only annoying thing is the number of ads. One ad before you take a reading, one ad before you see the result, and you usually can’t skip them. I can understand one ad per session, but two, really?

    By Dr Phil S from Oxford College
    This is OK as a basic heart rate monitor app. BUT, after using it for 3 months I realized there is a major glitch. I am an athlete with a low resting heart rate of around 50. After hundreds of measurements I realized most of the time it showed 49, like exactly 49, and never ever lower. I just timed it myself with a watch and it’s 44, but sure enough, the app says 49. I think the genius programmer did this because the app display graph starts at 50 and he didn’t want the app to show values below that so it just gives 49 as a default result for anything measured below 50.
  • Review

    By Jack Poling
    Overall, I give Heart Rate Lite a 4/5. It works as planned most of the time, but sometimes it can either be slow or glitchy. Despite the slow loads and little glitches, HeartRateLite is a very unique app. You track your heart rate in three settings: Exercise, Not Moving, and Slowly Moving. So it’s a very good app to track your heart rate and see what you need to improve upon to increase your heart rate. -Jack Poling❤️
  • Honestly a good app!

    By Gaylycoolawe
    There are quite a few ads pretty frequently, but honestly that doesn’t really matter because getting your heart rate down, and it being accurate is important. 🤷🏻‍♀️ I’ve been very sick for three weeks, unable to breathe with heart palpitations. This app is helping me learn about how high or low my heart rate is and lets me tag it.

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