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Free iOS App : CardioBot - Heart Rate Tracker - App Store
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Free iOS App : CardioBot - Heart Rate Tracker - App Store

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Free iOS App : CardioBot - Heart Rate Tracker - App Store
Posted 2nd Sep
4.5, 371 Ratings (US)

Your Apple Watch measures your heart rate every 4 minutes during the day. With CardioBot, you can easily understand the data captured by the Apple Watch so you can improve your lifestyle and discover notable patterns.

CardioBot is an iPhone app that reads heart rate data stored by the Apple Watch in HealthKit. The app separates readings in low, resting, high resting, and elevated heart rate through different colors and charts, allowing you to see averages at a glance.

CardioBot also supports viewing data captured during workouts, and it can also provide sleep analysis information for a complete dashboard of your heart rate. All of this is done with a minimal and elegant interface that makes it easy to view statistics for individual days, browse detailed timelines, and compare day-to-day changes.

This app requires an iPhone that has the Health App installed. Heart readings are read from the Health Data Store which is populated by your Apple Watch.

CardioBot requires iOS 12 and Watch OS 5.
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Actually requires iOS 13.
Have some heat. Purchased.

Many thanks.
Thanks, works with my Garmin watch too.

Garmin Vivoactive -> Apple health -> CardioBot
Thanks, I like the UX this developer produces for NapBot so will give this a go. I do have some reservations about indie devs providing “health-like” observations, not really sure if their methods withstand any sort of scientific scrutiny.

Voted hot though!
Edited by: "conradj1" 2nd Sep
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cloudwarrior02/09/2020 10:19

Thanks, works with my Garmin watch too. Garmin Vivoactive -> Apple health …Thanks, works with my Garmin watch too. Garmin Vivoactive -> Apple health -> CardioBot


Did you have to set anything up for this?
Just at the right time, after having another scare with the old ticker, I’m now hitting the gym to try and get fitter, this can only help. Thanks OP
Just tried this out, thanks for the post! I am very fit, gym etc, sports and walk around 15,000 steps a day, apparently according to this app I have a bad physical state....?
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