Cardiogram: Heart Rate Monitor

Cardiogram: Heart Rate Monitor

By Cardiogram, Inc.

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2015-08-08
  • Current Version: 3.7.21
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 54.48 MB
  • Developer: Cardiogram, Inc.
  • Compatibility: iOS 13.0+
Score: 4.62
From 12,621 Ratings


Cardiogram is a heart rate monitor and symptom tracker that helps you detect and manage chronic health conditions. See minute-by-minute heart rate information collected by your smartwatch, not just a summary. Set customized heart rate alerts for high and low readings. Use interactive, color-coded charts (with pinch-to-zoom) of your heart rate data, step counts, time-stamped symptoms, and medication. Search your symptom history to make connections between your symptoms, triggers, medications, how you're feeling, and your heart rate information. Get weekly risk scores for hypertension, sleep apnea, and diabetes. By connecting Apple Health, Cardiogram will pull in ECG and Blood Pressure readings to have a comprehensive report of your symptoms and readings to share with your doctor. You can also connect a family member to your account so they can see your data. We take your privacy seriously. We use healthcare-grade encryption and we don't sell your data. HEART RATE/PULSE MONITOR & HEART ANALYZER • A digital diary of your heart rate data. See how your pulse changes with interactive, instant heart rate graphs. • Track your health with a comprehensive breakdown of all your data points with symptoms and mood logging • Highlight and make notes on any section of your heart health data to identify spikes or dips in your heart rate • See your trends in Smart Metrics with personalized recommendations for lifestyle changes to improve your scores SYMPTOM TRACKING • Track unlimited custom symptoms in seconds using time-stamped tags • Symptoms are connected to your heart rate and step counts • Customize the symptoms you want to track and group into categories • Share a report of your symptoms and related heart rate data with your doctor. Your doctor can use this objective history data to speed diagnosis or manage an existing condition • Download your data into a spreadsheet (CSV format) • Enrich your data with time-stamped, daily journal entries ECG AND BLOOD PRESSURE READINGS Cardiogram receives ECG and blood pressure readings through the Apple Health app. • If you take an ECG reading using your Apple watch, you can see the results directly within the Cardiogram app and it will be included with your doctor report. • Using an Apple Health-compatible Bluetooth blood pressure cuff, readings will be imported into the Cardiogram app, connected to that day's data. RISK REPORT CARDS FOR HYPERTENSION, SLEEP APNEA, AND DIABETES • Track personalized risk scores to see how your health is changing over time and how different habits are affecting your risk. • Scores are generated by our clinically validated AI algorithm using factors such as age, sex, height/weight, and metrics collected from your smart watch. SLEEP TRACKING • We retrieve sleep tracking data directly from the Apple Health, Fitbit, or Garmin Connect apps and show this information in the context of your heart rate. APPLE WATCH COMPANION APP • View your instant heart rate or view your daily heart rate chart on your wrist • View your heart rate in real-time while working out • View daily metrics like resting HR, peak HR, low HR, steps, and sleep BPM SUPPORTED LANGUAGES Cardiogram is only available in English at this time. SUPPORTED DEVICES include smartwatches with a heart rate sensor including: Any Apple Watch Garmin Epix, Fenix, Forerunner, Instinct, Venu, Vivoactive, Vivosmart series Samsung Galaxy Watch 5, Watch 4, Watch 4 Classic Fitbit Charge, Versa, Sense, Inspire, Luxe Series Fossil Julianna HR, Carlyle HR, Sport, Venture HR, Explorist HR, Q series Google Pixel Watch Huawei Watch 1 and 2 LG Watch Sport Misfit Vapor Moto 360 Sport New Balance RunIQ Polar M600 Ticwatch S, E, and Pro Cardiogram is currently a subscription-only service with a 30-day free trial for new users. Terms of Service: Privacy Policy:


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Disappointed this app service chose to begin charging for its service. Several other apps charged. Those apps do more.
By old Corner

Subscription kills it for me.

Barely used it any how. Plenty of free alternatives. Buh -bye
By riffraf

No longer free

They deactivated free accounts. App is no longer free. Uninstalled from my phone.
By Maverick761

Normally love it but this last update doesn’t work

Gave 4 stars because I typically love this app, but with the latest update, the app will not open no matter if I restart my phone, force close the app, change internet connections, etc. just keeps saying to check my connection then the screen goes blank. I use this to track my tachycardia/bradycardia so this is really an inconvenient problem.
By kkstradamama


So on my app the only option is for the premium subscription is 2 year, I don’t care whatever savings is that translates too, I want to see the app working before I commit a long relationship, but after the 4th crash/reboot cycle, I just deleted the app. In my opinion, this is just bad business, so long….
By visiato

Adios Cardiogram…

I get needing to charge for an app, but to jump from a free version to $50 annually is insane. Maybe the developers are not aware that the vast majority of users have chronic illnesses and can’t afford that type of jump. I’m looking around at other apps and don’t think they are as good, but I’ll make due. $10 a year, no prob, $50 I’ll make something else work for the monitoring I need to keep me safe and informed.
By El1205

No longer free

This app used to be free unless you wanted more in-depth knowledge. Now it is no longer free at all whatsoever. I’ve had this app for about a year or so and it was great for just tracking heart rate and sleep but now you have to pay to use it at all. Stupid and part of what’s wrong with the world we live in now where everything has to cost something. Deleting the app
By G1NG3R111

It was great… Until they went with a subscription service/plan.

Now I have to pay for this? That is so unfair, for it was great when it could have been used for free. But now they want money for operating and services? Unacceptable.
By Luigi’s World

Deleting App

Love this app, been using it for at least 2 years. I can't afford your new prices, so I can't use it anymore.
By Frruussttrraatteedd

Beware of the free trial

My father uses this app, so he asked if I would subscribe as well so I could track his vitals. I downloaded the app and looked at the subscription model, which stated I would get one month free and after that I would be charged $49 per year, however after subscribing, I checked my subscriptions and noticed that they were going to bill me on the same day I subscribed. There was no 30 days free. I immediately canceled my subscription before I was billed and deleted the app. I have never had this happen with a subscription before, and feel this company is trying to rip off people. If you’re offered the 30 day free trial, I would be cautious.
By Tikishark

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