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Cardiio: Heart Rate Monitor
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Health & Fitness||4.0.1||October 02, 2017||4.69|
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Version 4.0.1 released on October 02, 2017
Version 4.0 released on July 19, 2017
Welcome to a fresh new look of Cardiio! We hope you'll love it.
Version 3.3.3 released on January 04, 2017
Happy New Year!! 1. Improved experience for iPhone 7 Plus (now uses telephoto camera that is closer to the flash) 2. Bug fixes
Version 3.3.2 released on December 10, 2016
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Cardiio helps you measure your pulse (heart rate) using your phone camera, learn how the numbers relate to your general wellness, perform effective workouts to get in shape, and track your progress. *** Featured on The Doctors (CBS), ABC News and more *** MEASURE YOUR HEART RATE: • Just hold your iPhone or iPad in front of your face, or • Simply cover the back camera with your finger to read your pulse GAIN INSIGHT: • See how your heart rate relates to your fitness and endurance IMPROVE YOUR FITNESS: • Built-in high-intensity circuit training exercises that only takes 7 minutes to complete TRACK YOUR PERFORMANCE: • Personal dashboard with history (daily, weekly and monthly) • Save, edit, annotate, export your data (CSV) HEALTH KIT INTEGRATION • Save your heart rate measurements to the Apple Health app. *Upgrade to PRO to enjoy the full features of the app! ---------------------------------- ABOUT CARDIIO Cardiio’s technology is based on technology licensed from MIT and originally developed at the MIT Media Lab. MIT has not endorsed Cardiio-Heart Rate Monitor or Cardiio, Inc. Blood absorbs light. Every time your heart beats, the blood flow to your face and finger increases, causing more light to be absorbed. In between beats, less light is absorbed. By using your smartphone camera to capture tiny changes in reflected light from either your finger or face, Cardiio can calculate your heart rate. **IMPORTANT TIPS FOR BEST RESULTS For more info, see http://www.cardiio.com/faq • ALWAYS hold your phone steady, keep still, and don’t talk during a measurement. FINGER mode: • Make sure your fingers are not cold. • Cover the entire back camera lightly with your finger; Don't press too hard to avoid restricting blood flow to your finger. FACE mode: • Look straight ahead and hold your phone around 6 inches in front of your face • Be in a well-lit area so your face is well illuminated, but don’t have a bright background behind you (backlit) as it makes your face appear dark in contrast. • Make sure your face is clearly visible (e.g. no long hair covering your forehead etc.) so that it can be easily detected. NEED HELP? If you have difficulty with the app, just contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org WHAT THE PRESS SAY PC Magazine - "… the app is simple, yet beautiful and pretty slick." Cult of Mac - "Cardiio is one of those apps that wows you..." Lifehacker - "it’s a little mind-blowing..." WARNING: NOT FOR MEDICAL USE If knowing your pulse rate is critical to your health, you need to have your pulse taken by a medical professional. Cardiio is not intended to diagnose, prevent or treat any condition, or to be a substitute for professional medical care. Measurements and statistics are intended for informational and educational purposes only, to support general health and wellness. The Cardiio app has not been tested with individuals with health conditions, is not a clinical pulse oximeter and has not been cleared or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Cardiio: Heart Rate Monitor Ranking History | Health & Fitness
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