Won't measure right Even when you un-check the option to stop measuring after a while, it still stops after 15 seconds. It can't be used to monitor any longer than that.
Heart Rate Pro is excellent. Works well on my Samsung Note 2. Confirms my occasional periods of heart arrhythmia. I particularly like the Pro storage feature. Updated my phone to Samsung Note 4 and I am still very pleased with the Heart Rate Pro. I use it often.
Accurate and Works! I've taken the time to test the accuracy with my cardiologist and can report there was little as 1% difference in hospital equipment. Purchased in hopes that DEV will eventually make any option to print and export something to a effect of an EKG print out. Have a rate dependent Boston Scientific pacemaker and would like to have an option of more bells and whistles. DEV I would love to beta test any improvements for free! Device is LG G3 on Android 5.0.1 stock uprooted software.
The Fit sync Facing the same issue I had with the free version. I had hoped that paid version would solve the Google fit sync issue, but nothing to be gained. I like this app. Easy to use and accurate. But in half a mind to ask for a refund if there is no solution to the sync issue soon.
Good but no integration It does read and record your heart rate. It doesn't link to the third party services like it claims. Even when it tries to it only does so on the second consecutive reading (as others have mentioned). Like others have mentioned there are no replies when contacting them (given that alone I can't rate higher than a 3).
Questionable accuracy Just took my resting pulse with the app twice; got 57 and 58. Did it the old fashion way (fingers on wrist, time to 6 second and multiply by 10) and got closer to 70 each time. Need to do more testing before I trust it.
More reliable measurement
Google Fit support
Lifestyle companion to track your fitness, weight, diet, food & sleep.
Accurate, free and allows unlimited measurements and records of pulse rate.