Cardiogram, the iPhone app to monitor heart rate just received an update on the App Store and is also compatible with the Apple Watch . This application has received a major update on Thursday to include native support for the Apple Watch and watchOS 2 , a new complication, support for 3D Touch iPhone 6s and a fresher appearance.
This application has been developed by Ballinger and Brandon Johnson Hsieh, who have worked hard to achieve an algorithm that could someday save lives. In collaboration with the Health UCSF study Eheart, cardiogram team is investigating methods for detecting abnormal heart rhythms through the use of smartwatches with heart rate sensors such as Apple Watch.
Cardiogram becomes native app for watchOS 2
The latest version of cardiogram is accompanied by a series of improvements, where one of the most remarkable at first glance is the total redesign of its interface. However, the most important is undoubtedly the new native version of the application for watchOS 2.
Thanks to this new native application for the Apple Watch, the user can track and view the data related to your heart rate directly on the wrist without removing the iPhone from his pocket. On the other hand, it is also possible to access a glance at the latest heart rate readings thanks to its new complication.
In addition, users who have an iPhone 6s and 6s Plus and use cardiogram can enjoy from now compatibility with the 3D Touch. On the other hand, they have also included improvements in data sharing through social networks, as well as general settings user interface.
The app cardiogram is in version 1.0 and is available for download at the App Store or by clicking on the link beneath these lines for free.
Have you tried cardiogram? What do you think this application?