Tried the free version. Worked great at home, I went out biking, and at the end tried to measure my heart rate. Half way through the measurement cycle it threw up a full page ad, blocking the measurement! When I finally got back to the measurement page the data was gone, and to top it off the app would could no longer detect a pulse. I guess that is your way of forcing people to buy the full version. I would have, but not now. There are about 1000 similar apps out there. I'll keep looking.
It's actually quite easy to take your pulse just with a chronometer. Just count the beats during 30 seconds or a minute. This app works just the same. It counts your beats in a 30 sec time span. The accuracy is the same. It's a nice app. The commercials are a bit annoying, but it's still worth it.
Works well, quick and easy to use. Ads are a bit obtrusive and annoying, but that's the price of using free software
So I compared using this app to manually taking my pulse and considering human error on my part (about 2 bears off maybe) this is very accurate. I check mine through out the day so I know if I can try to donate plasma or not. There are a few adds but nothing like 3-5 in a row compared to other apps. You also have the option of saving the data and categorizing it such as "rest" or "general". Definitely my favorite!
Accurate every time. Some of the other apps have problems detecting a pulse, and I swear I'm not dead.
Very useful, works great most of the time. Had a couple of times when I could not get it to take a measure, but overall works very well
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