CardioBot 4.0 for iPhone and Apple Watch is now available. If you're serious about discovering notable patterns concerning your heart rate and getting useful tips, hints and recommendations that can improve your lifestyle and quality of life, CardioBot has probably been the best heart-tracking app on App Store—and the latest 4.0 update makes it even better.
With the ECG in your Apple Watch Series 4, you can create a PDF of your heart's electrical activity for convenient sharing with a doctor. Wouldn't it be great if the Health app let you generate more detailed reports pertaining to your heart's overall health?
Apple is marking Heart Month by offering a new Activity challenge on Apple Watch and related health-focused events in its brick-and-mortar stores in San Francisco, Chicago and New York.
If you own an Apple Watch Series 1 or later, the enhanced heart rate features and corresponding notifications can help keep you abreast of possible issues. Once such feature is the Irregular Rhythm Notification which can help detect patterns possibly associated with atrial fibrillation (AFib).
Wondering what exactly this feature is and what it can do? Here’s how to use the Irregular Rhythm Notifications on Apple Watch.
All Apple Watch models feature an optical heart sensor but Series 4 adds an additional electrical sensor for taking electrocardiograms on the go with Apple's ECG app. Did you know you can use this sensor to improve your regular heart rate readings, no matter where you live?
Apple Watch Series 4 owners can now take an electrocardiogram on their wrist right there and then, thanks to Apple's newly released ECG app which came just yesterday as part of the watchOS 5.1.2 software update, and we went hands-on with it.
Changing the region to United States in your iPhone's settings won't automagically make Apple's new ECG app appear on Apple Watch Series 4 for non-US customers.
Apple today released the watchOS 5.2.1 update which brought a brand-new ECG app for taking heart rate measurements that are not dissimilar from those recorded with a single-lead electrocardiogram, but you must be 22+ years old to use it.
Now that the ECG app is finally available for the Apple Watch (Series 4), we thought it'd be a good idea to offer a quick rundown of the much talked-about feature. So here is our guide to what the ECG app does and how to use it.
Apple today released the watchOS 5.1.2 software for all Apple Watch models, sans Series 0. As we indicated earlier, the update has brought a new on-demand ECG feature to Series 4 models.
Heart Analyzer, an iPhone and Apple Watch app which gives you a better understanding of your heart rate rhythm, has pushed an extensive update on App Store with support for displaying electrocardiogram (ECG) information captured by Apple Watch Series 4.
Apple's usual 14-day refund policy for the Watch will extend to up to 45 days after purchase if a customer has a heart health-related refund request greater than 14 days.