Did you know that 100 million people own some sort of wearable with a heart rate sensor, like an Apple Watch, Android watch, or Garmin? And though your heart beats 102,000 times a day, there are numerous physical and mental occurrences that change it for better or worse.
Cardiogram is an app that transforms your wearable into a personal healthcare assistant.
By using the built-in heart rate monitor from your wearable, cardiogram can track signs of hypertension, sleep apnea, diabetes, and atrial fibrillation.
The app includes several tabs which highlight the main features of Cardiogram.
The Timeline tab shows you your heart rate throughout the day and how it responds to a stressful moment, coffee, or exercise.
The Metrics tab shows how your resting heart rate changes over the course of weeks or months.
The Habit tab is where you can decide to start a new healthy habit like exercise regularly, sleep well or reduce mental stress.
You can track how these new habits affect your heart and even join their medical research study so that your data can help others.
You can download the Cardiogram app in the Google Play or App Store for free, and upgrade to a paid version to share your heart rate with a family member or your doctor.