Many Apple users have the CardioBot app on their iPhone to track and monitor their cardio and activity values. The app is now being expanded and, for the first time, it is possible to track pulse pressure and blood pressure.
For the first time, CardioBot app can display pulse and blood pressure
The popular and powerful cardio and activity tracker app CardioBot makes it easy for users to visualize their heart rate and other data from the Apple Watch. With an extension, the app supports the tracking of blood and pulse pressure for the first time and also displays these values visually.
While the Apple Health app has been supporting these two values for some time, CardioBot is now following suit and gives Apple Watch users another option to visualize their values. CardioBot shows trends, graphics, diagrams and more. The data can be entered manually or synchronized in CardioBot with any device that can store data in the Apple Health app.
The update to CardioBot 5.4 released today also brings widgets for the start screen and the Apple Watch complications for blood pressure and pulse pressure metrics, as well as new functions for analyzing the effectiveness of drugs.
The app can be downloaded for free from the App Store with a monthly in-app subscription for $ 1.49 or $ 14.99.
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