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InPulse - Heart Rate Monitor Negative Reviews

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Beware! Misleading advertising.They claim to be a heart rate and blood pressure monitor, but it doesn’t check blood pressure…it only records like a journal after you input the information. That isn’t a “monitor”. I cancelled app within 24 hours and asked Inpulse for a refund, they told me to contact Apple, which I did to no avail so I appealed their decision and appeal was denied because I didn’t have a “valid “ reason. So scrutinize every word but most importantly read ALL the reviews before you purchase an app because you evidently don’t get your money back even if app doesn’t do what they advertised. Ad also stated just a small amount per month, but they charged the entire year up front. So for using it once and discovering it wasn’t what it said I paid $44. Thanks Inpulse and Apple..Version: 2.41

Not freeYou have a 3 days free trial not free misleading.Version: 2.49

SpamThey charged you as soon as install There is no 3 free days ! Doesn’t show blood pressure and oxygen level !.Version: 2.49

It sucksIt sucks that you have to pay for it!!!!.Version: 2.30

Wow bro.So, lemme explain this app. 1 its fake! I tested my actual heartrate with my fitbit. A 300$ item, against a free mobile app. It was off by SOOO MUCH. 2 a mobile phone camera is not capable of seeing through your skin and looking at the blood pumping through your body. 3 this is obviously a dumb scam! They are just trying to get money off of people who cant afford a actual blood measuring thing. Mainly old people. So if you see this comment, do not download this app if you are wanting to measure your heartrate.Version: 2.2

Doesn’t workBeen trying this app for a while and can not get a single reading have read the instructions and yet nothing.Version: 2.10

BomBarded with in app purchases offersAs soon as I opened up the app It was almost impossible to even look at what it had to offer. Straight away it asked what subscription I wanted to use and had the cancel button shaded out. I’d rather try an app out first before adding my bank details etc. Removed the app as it just put me off straight away..Version: 2.30

InPulseWith the latest update u now only get a reading of your pulse they took away all the information it was giving you about hrv ssd energy levels mood everything else I can’t see unless u pay for it so u might aswell deleted he app and get a different one cos this is literally jury’s a pulse reader no they updated the app u have to pay for everything else before they did this it was a good app.Version: 2.46

Ridiculous fees to readYr heart rateOnce again the first review says no fees so u join and then everything u click into there is a joining fee. Removed! I can go down the road and buy a monitor for half the price of this apps fees..Version: 2.29

Does not actually monitor blood pressureThe app states that it "monitors" your blood pressure. Which is a purposely vague statement. The app doesn't monitor your blood pressure. You may measure your own blood pressure physically (via a machine, a clinic, etc). Then you may choose to enter your data manually (which is error prone, but that's beside the point). Maybe the app tells you if the data is high or low or something? But that hardly constitutes "monitoring" in my book. Maybe I'm a sucker because obviously how can an app measure pressure. But I was impressed with the heart rate measuring feature and thought maybe there's some way to estimate it. Devs: use the words "allows you to track/journal/log your blood pressure" instead. Until then, 1 star, false advertising. Apple should reject them from the App Store..Version: 2.39

FakeThis app is fake i put the light on a table and i got a pulse of 97bmp dont download.Version: 2.36

A bit misleading$58 a year for a pulse reading that I can take myself for free? The description mentions oxygen level and blood pressure (what I was after) but they are only for record keeping for numbers sourced elsewhere. This is just a heart rate monitor and tracker for other data. I selected the free trial initially but then the $1.11 a week ($58 yearly) option defaults to $11 a week. $58 a year would be reasonable for oxygen level and blood pressure monitoring otherwise pure record keeping can be done through many free apps..Version: 2.38

Very very much a scamIt doesn’t let you look at results of health and MENTAL ILNESS ISSUES, it told me to take a quiz to see if I had an Eating disorder and I was crying whilst answering and it all the sudden asked if I would like to pay 65$ per year or month or something . And wouldn’t tell me my results. ALSO I put the “heart rate monitor” on my finger and believed it for a milli second before I put it on a package of red food and it started saying the bags heart rate was 67 then 77 and so on and so forth. It’s fake and will make you anxious for no reason. It’s a fake Chinese hacker app..Version: 2.47

CancelWant to cancel before charged Can’t.Version: 2.45

Wouldn’t recommendIt was good at first even the free version with the basic features but I was surprised to come back to the app and have it tell me that my bag had a pulse of 95 bpm so I’m guessing this isn’t really accurate..Version: 2.35

This APP Shows how idiotic people areI was able to put inanimate objects, and it still gave me a “heart rate”. If my flash drive and book have a heart rate of 67 and 72 how accurate can it be for someone seriously figure out your heart rate. I also did test on myself while using an Apple Watch (Apple Watch may not be 100% accurate it is sure close to accurate and I’ve actually used my watch data to show a doctor) my heart rate was 52 in real life. While the app said it was in the 70’s. TLDR: Play app and dumb people believe it. Also my book has a heart rate of 72..Version: 2.0

AVID Dangerously inaccurateI have no idea how this gets the rating it gets, as for me it simple gives very inaccurate readings, I have iPhone 12 Pro Max , upto date software, and the monitor is dangerously miles out . I measured my resting heart rate several times at 67-69 bpm when it was actually around 53-56. If you were to use this during excerise you could be at severe risk !!! Avoid avoid avoid ..Version: 2.35

HorribleTerrible app, it says thats its a free app but then demands for a subscription of $11 per week. Gyms cost less. I hope the app fails and the owners fail in the business run and end up homeless. Cop it.Version: 2.28

Used 3 times and just okaySo far it’s okay, but needs improvement. When I first started using it I entered my information (gender, age, height & weight). I just used for the 3rd time and had to enter that information in again. Why? Also, I weigh 237 this morning (weighed myself), but when I enter 237 it changes to 238. I enter 236 and it says 236. It does not enter 237 though, always 238. Needs to be fixed. I’ll continue to monitor to see how it does..Version: 2.50

InFakeMisleading advertising and fake features — a combination for a sleek-looking cash grab that takes advantage of those wanting information vital for maintaining their health. Firstly, absolutely does not measure your blood pressure. Any app available for your phone without the proper equipment to compliment it is quite physically impossible. Advertisements ran for this app literally say it is able to measure blood pressure, making it both completely incorrect and misleading. Secondly, the app DOES offer a feature to measure your pulse… however, it’s not only inaccurate, but it seems the number is pulled from thin air. Somehow the app is able to “read” the exact same pulse rate by both following the directions or by placing the camera literally anywhere else on your body (or even just hovering your finger over the camera without actually even touching it). Do not waste your time, storage, or money on this..Version: 2.46

WORST APP EVER!!Tried it thinking it would be legit but wouldn’t let me take my heart rate and when it finally did I used a legit heart rate monitor and it was wrong!! Definitely do not recommend.Version: 2.16

This app will start charging you $7 per WEEKDownloaded this app several months ago with the free trial. Did not choose premium subscription. Suddenly I realize I’ve been charged $7 per week for the last several months for the premium subscription on an app that does not work. Shame on me for not checking these charges more closely, shame on the developers for creating a scam, and shame on you if you download it after all these poor reviews..Version: 2.34

Doesn’t really workI tested this against my Apple Watch as well as manually checking my heart rate which has been very consistent with me feeling my heart race. If your just wondering you can use this but if you are concerned because you don’t feel well, don’t waste your money on this app. Manually and my Apple Watch show my heart rate was 127, the app said 80. That’s a difference of normal and tachycardia. Not safe to rely on this. It also gave me the same rate regardless of when I used it..Version: 2.22

Waste of money, wildly inconsistent accuracyI have a condition called POTS, so I am using this to keep a track of my HR changes. It worked well for the 3 day trial, so I signed up for the year's subscription but I won't be renewing. While it works sometimes, it often doesn't - especially when my HR is high (above 125). I frustratingly try many different ways, ensuring as per developer's advice (ie warming cold fingertip, using index, not applying too much pressure, etc) as well as classic error 101 moves like closing and reopening the app, but to no avail. It also doesn't seem as if there is any option to delete an entry (or if there is, it's too difficult to find) so all the false entries have skewed my data. I have entries of 42 when my HR is actually 142 when checked manually. Additionally, there does not appear to be an option to print or save graphs/data to pdf that would be handy, especially given the price point of this app. I'm glad this app has worked for others, but has been more troublesome than useful for me and a waste of money unfortunately..Version: 2.50

Not the best.Starting off, whenever I open this app it says its not connecting, I hit button and it lets me in. Keep in mind I’m on wifi 24/7 and when I’m not it automatically uses my cellular. Next, when checking my heart rate it always go up. You might be saying, “Well yea, our heart rates fluctuate as human beings,” no. It goes up because I guess I have like anxiety or something because the heart beat noise and vibration it plays makes me nervous and the rate goes up. Btw I did not pay for a subscription..Version: 2.33

FakeJ’ai calculé avec un vrai médecinal et l’outil me dit que je suis à 62bpm alors que l’application me dit que je suis à 80bpm.Version: 2.34

Shocking poorWould not work after a workout when you really need it. Great when resting, so pointless. Do not waste your time😡.Version: 1.4

Not as advertisedI bought it for the blood pressure feature advertised. After I paid I found out I needed to use the np machine and input the data into the app. Not as advertised..Version: 2.49

InPulse is out of favourAdvertised as a free app, I downloaded it onto my iPhone and after 3 measurements, it wouldn’t let me do any more. It just came up with the page to purchase a trial subscription for a year. Not as advertised so no good to me..Version: 2.13

You can only check your heartbeat onceIt sucks you have to pay to use the heartbeat sensor more than once (f u scammers🖕).Version: 2.2

X😡🤬😠😤🤔🧐Don’t believe this app!!! It totally fake and it’s not proven by doctors AND you can’t check your heart beat by using your finger! I actually believed it but when it hit 95 bpm I deleted it because 1. I can’t feel my heart beating that fast and 2. I checked my bpm and it’s less than 95 bpm (without this app).Version: 2.13

Oh my god!Clunky and invasive just to see if it something you like to use. Not even sure if I have accidentally signed up for this expensive app or not.Version: 2.1

LiesWhy does the preview of it show that you can put the phone to your wrist to check your pulse When you can’t?.Version: 2.2

Ridiculous amounts of charging after deleted and canceledI got the app and tried it for one day. It didn’t seem to give and accurate read. I decided not to keep it. I deleted it and canceled whatever subscription was tied to it. I have been charge $7 every 2 weeks for this app. For several weeks now and I don’t know how to get them to stop charging my card. Seems dumb to be charge every two weeks for an app someone has totally deleted and turned off..Version: 2.47

Never worksNever measures my heartbeat, useless app..Version: 2.13

Tests my patienceI don't review apps often, let alone rate it this low. I use this app for my gym class for school, and whenever I use this it infuriates me. It takes ages for it to detect my heart rate and when it does, it keeps fluctuating until my heart rate steadies and that it detects, completely defeating its purpose of measuring my heart rate while it's beating fast. It's very annoying and it gets on my nerves every time. Uninstalling this app immediately. Don't waste your time and find a better app..Version: 2.14

No longer workingUsed to really like the app, but since upgrading my phone it no longer works. (iPhone 12 pro max ).Version: 2.13

Rip offI can’t believe that I downloaded this app just to find out I have to pay 90 dollars just to use it. This really annoyed me, add a free version!!.Version: 2.11

Awful would definitely avoid!I would definitely not recommend this it’s a waste of time and doesn’t work!.Version: 2.17

This is Fraud, report to your bank.3 days Free but does charge you, customer support non existent. Report to Apple..Version: 2.49

Does not measure BO2 or Blood PressureIt was not entirely clear from the description whether this actually measures the above. The description says “journal…” but it would be helpful to clarify that it does not measure BO2/blood pressure (only heart rate). I did not test the heart rate function as I was only interested in blood pressure. It was also not clear whether there was a free version. Upon downloading the app and enabling/disabling notification & data, you’re greeting with subscription pricing and whether you want the 3 day trial. Some reviews mention a free version, if this is the free version and there was a way around the pay wall, it was not as clear as it should’ve been. Regardless, you can just use the three day trial and cancel easily via Apple’s Settings..Version: 2.35

ScamWell turns out my blanket and my deodorant has a heart rate. I hope you get sued for the damages of giving fake vitals..Version: 2.35

Very inaccurate, like incrediblyI know my condition and it causes me to always have a high heart rate in general, it can’t be helped without medication and therapy for it; and my numbers are always within a certain range. I thought I would try this app from seei by ads so I was like “ why not” . This app keeps telling me my heart rate is 66 ALL the time, after workout or other activities it always gives a number in the 60s. Several days same stuff. Removed it and wrote this ad.Version: 2.29

Wild false advertising, and unscientificSo, I saw an ad on a social media app (the one that has the name relating to a clock), and saw an ad for an app that can measure my blood oxygen level, and my heart rate. I knew that this made no sense, but I wanted to check out how bogus it was. Of course, it immediately needed payment info, hoping I would forget about in when the free trial ran out. And just because I wanted to see how accurate it was, I measured my BPM (it said 26, I’m at 90), then I tried a bag of chips, and it read 123, and said I had “low energy levels”, after these tests it wanted access to my health app (never allow applications like this have access to you info, their selling it). I can also see that the creators are obviously botting their reviews, and deleting real ones. Also, their little ad campaign of “this app is saving thousands of lives a year” is so scummy. Whoever made this app is honestly an awful person. Sure, we all need to get some cash, even if it may be in a morally questionable way, but this is just overkill. Boring reviews, pushing lies in your ads, and taking advantage of people who aren’t tech savvy, and immediately asking for payment info (which I haven’t actually found a way to cancel payment).Version: 2.45

InaccurateI did a test with it while having my Apple Watch on that has a proper monitoring system in it and it’s way off my actual heart rate.Version: 2.34

False AdvertisingNot exactly sure how they have nearly 5 stars when IPhone’s health app does exactly what this app does and more. Thankfully, I skimmed through reviews before opening the app. The developer has stated that the app has never been said to DIRECTLY measure blood pressure, but that’s a lie seeing as though I was sent here from Instagram based on an AD that shows someone putting their finger on the camera lens to measure stress levels, heart rate, mood, and energy along with a video insinuating that it measures blood pressure. Definitely click bait/false advertising. But if you’d like to jot down your BP after taking it with a machine, this app is for you!.Version: 2.44

BasCette application n’est pas bonne. La seule raison pour laquelle je la voulais était la tension artérielle. Or, cette fonctionnalité n’est pas disponible dans la version gratuite.Version: 2.47

Waste of timeI installed this 2 months ago after I got out of hospital after a heart attack.. I thought it may help easily tell me my rate at rest then after excercise.. initially I checked my resting rate which was 65 thought fine did some exercise for 30 mins checked again it was only 87 .. considering it was a tough aerobic workout that I have been doing in the hospital and my rate there was 120 plus .. I kept going over a few days but it is consistently wrong as I’m checking my rate manually as well, on rest it is around 10-15 beats out and in exercise it is more like 20-30 beats per minute out. This is actually very dangerous if people do believe the figures on screen, they could be overdoing exercise and causing heart problems. Most of the apps I have seen don’t work, so just do it yourself it is easy enough.Version: 1.6

Inaccurate and InconsistentI used this app to make 10 scans of my heart rate, one after the other, 5 on my right hand, 5 on my left hand. The 5 on my right varied enormously each scan, clocking in anywhere from 78 bpm to 112 bpm. The 5 on my left varied less, but still significantly, clocking in anywhere from 64 - 76 bpm. I have brachycardia, my resting heart rate is around 55 bpm. No reading was remotely consistent, and none of them showed my actual heart rate (112 bpm is actually laughable). Tested on a modern iPhone with two camera lenses, I don’t know if that makes the software less accurate or not, but the instruction animation shows the correct iPhone camera for my phone so presumably they are asserting it can work with my phone..Version: 2.22

App is fakeI downloaded this app for an experiment, my experiment was to see if these apps really work, and my conclusion is that they don’t, I test this app by placing a toy football on top of the light to see if it generated a pulse, and it did, I got a pulse of 74 bpm... from a stuffed toy, would not recommend for anyone looking for an app that checks your heart rate..Version: 2.0

Scam refund me the $50This is my serious feedback and negative experience from the 1st time I downloaded the InPulse app. Firstly, I understand that to download the app is free and the subscription has fee. Did not sign up for subscription but I have been charged $50. It is advertised free and with additional features, there's fee. I downloaded the app to see what's free in the app. I realized it’s not what I need so I did not subscribe. I am reaching out to cancel my subscription & refund me the $50. The add says 30 day free to download the app InPulse but within a week I have been charged. GS.Version: 2.47

I hate this appImagine paying for an app that isn’t even real? so stupid..Version: 2.8

Not recommend and don’t try “Free trial”!I just tried to test how it works and what the performance could be, under the scenario of “free trial for 3 days”, then I found it is NOT accurate. However when I thought I may get rid of the app, the subscription situation on my phone showed the app is subscribed for one year! It will be expired in September 2023! My credit card is changed by $101!!!!! The heart rate examined is far beyond my true rate and the blood pressure goes to the level I can’t imagine that high! Forgot it and never think of it!.Version: 2.30

I did a testSo I did what the app told me to do and so I tested this on my black jumper it didn’t work so I then tested this on my blanket and supposedly my blankets heart beat is 88 bpm so please tell me how this is supposed to give a accurate reading when my blankets not a living thing.Version: 2.13

Download “HeartRate” insteadThis app promotes paranoia. I have two apps on my phone. This one claims my heart is beating at 120 beats per minute. HeartRate says 70. I have fully been sent into a panic attack from this for fear of heart failure. If it gives you an outrageous number and you don’t physically feel a difference don’t believe it. If your heart rate goes up after the fact it’s most likely due to anxiety. Don’t believe this and don’t rely on it for valuable health information. Place a finger on your wrist, set a stopwatch. Count your pulse for ten seconds and multiply by six, and there’s your BPM acoustic style. Zero stars. Shame on you..Version: 2.43

Tricked my wife into a $6.99 per WEEK subscription.Thankfully, she told me about it once she got an email, but hadn’t even realized she was going to be paying it. I am a developer, and she was showing me the app—the gimmicky measurements it does via the camera are essentially what something like at Apple Watch does, but the latter does it with no effort. When I asked her how much it cost, she said $6.99. I told her she was wasting her money at $6.99/mo. When I found out it was PER WEEK, I was inspired to download the app just so I could write this review. There is no world in which this app delivers anything approaching this much value. Save your money and after a year of not paying for this app, get an Apple Watch..Version: 2.46

MediocreNothing special in the app and if you want to cancel your subscription, beware; ‘support’ is from a bot. Enough to give you a fast pulse and high blood pressure !.Version: 2.30

UselessIt takes too long for it to work, and you can’t move an inch or it will glitch out, freeze or restart. Essentially useless for working out or post work out (because by the time it’s read your pulse your heartbeat has dropped significantly). My expectations were low but I was still disappointed..Version: 2.3

Limited timeOnly allows you to measure your pulse for a limited time, which isn’t made clear. After a while, tries to get you to sign up to extortionate monthly/annual fees. Rip off..Version: 2.3

I mean it’s alrightI don’t think it’s accurate at all (free version). I’m sorry but I’m not gonna buy ($40/year) a subscription when it is regarding my health to know how fast my heart is beating. With the free version all it gives you is bpm and tries to gimmick you to but the premium to see what is “wrong” with your heart. But as a 5’10” 165 lb man(sounds gross but for medical reasons), I know 100 bpm is around close to normal. All in all eh it’s something.Version: 2.49

Not worth itVery inaccurate reading of heart rate. Wouldn’t recommend this over priced app..Version: 2.14

FALSE ADVERTISEMENT.Literally at first i was like “oh cool an app that can actually help me with my crippled self” and i thought it actually worked you know? cuz i’d be inside and my heart would be like 77 or something, then i’d go outside and run, and it would be way higher. so i was like “woah it must be real if it knows my heart is beating faster.” well i started experimenting more with the app, and my heart rate was completely normal, and it said i was at 150 SOMETHING. I was like “what” so i got a red blanket and put my phone camera against it, and IT ACTUALLY STARTED MEASURING THE BLANKET SAYING IT WAS AT AN 86. LIKE IS IT JUST THROWING NUMBERS UP THERE WHEN IT SEES RED?! I WOULD ALSO BE LIKE EXTREMELY TIRED AND IT SOULD SAY FULL ENERGY BUT YOUR HEART IS OVERWORKED. LIKE WHAT?! Don’t waste your time or money with this. Literally making people pay for a dumb app that false advertises. it’s not worth it..Version: 2.41

Cash grabThis app is just a cash grab I have a heart condition where I have very irregular heartbeat so I have to keep track of it very closely. I thought this would be a nice simple way for me to check my heart rate when I’m not at my house so I checked my own heart rate when I got home because it was over 100 which is not normal for me to have without me feeling anything so I checked my heart rate it was like oh perfectly regular heart rate and I checked it again on the app and it said it was over 100 and I want to check it one more time to make sure that that was what it wanted to say and it would not allow me to check my heart rate again I had to pay for the membership I’m not going to do that that’s dumb.Version: 2.36

Inaccurate and will give you anxietyI got this app to track my heart rate as I have some health anxiety from time to time. I’ve had this app for a few weeks and I’ve recognized and talked to doctors that the numbers are inaccurate. I had the worst anxiety attack that put me in the ER because I kept on relying on this app for my heart rate only to pile up on my anxiety and make me feel like something was wrong whenever it got really high. I did one last check on my chest and used the app and proved that my heart rate was just fine and the app exaggerates from time to time. I highly recommend just using your hand or a medical professional as they’ll have a more accurate rate for you..Version: 2.20

GarbageIt is a shame to propose such garbage app.Version: 2.2

InaccurateI checked my pulse with the app and it said 73 bmp so I decided to check my pulse myself because my pulse is higher than that normally. I checked my pulse myself twice and both times my pulse was 81 bpm, do not rely on this app to tell you your correct pulse as it is off by a fair bit..Version: 2.35

Why would I pay?I know this app is very useful but especially having such a weird HR at times, but come on seriously? I can only check my hr once a day? And then you want me to pay to check it constantly? That’s what I call wrong..Version: 2.2

Missing or Insufficient InformationFrom the Free 3-day trial tried to measure heart and blood pressure. Sensor seems to be very specific as to where finger is placed and how much pressure to be applied. Instructions only specified where to place finger and that was a challenge as it took me a total of 9 tries just to get a recordable reading. Oh. Pray that you don’t move otherwise will have to start over again. Tried to look up blood pressure but app is telling me to take measurement first. Gave up and deleted app..Version: 2.46

GarbageHow is this app allowed. Total scam. Come on Apple monitor this fraudulent software..Version: 2.35

Impossible d annuler l abonnement automatique après 3 jours gratuits!Je n arrive pas à comprendre pourquoi aucun bouton d annulation sur les liens m amenant sur la page de votre app de pulsation cardiaque et je commence à devenir anxieuse après avoir reçu un courrier confirmant mon abonnement à 9:49$ par semaine!!! C est malhonnête et très embêtant vos tactiques déloyale!!!!!!! J ai désinstaller l app mais rien n y fait et je connais peu les produits Apple étant androïde et pc depuis 1997!!!! Je vais vous rendre la monnaie si Apple et la communauté n aide pas à régler ce problème majeur!!!! Être aussi vicieux pour gagner des abonnés au détriment des valeurs de respect et de libre arbitre que tout utilisateur des produits Apple sont en droit d avoir, c est complètement irréel!!! Un problème que je n ai jamais vécue avec androïde!!!! Je suis tellement en colère que j ai envie de retourner iPhone et reprendre mon note20!!!!.Version: 2.39

I did it to see how real it is and I can promise you it’s notOkay for those of you who want a real review here it is. This app is fake. Things like my desk and computer have heart rates which doesn’t make sense. On top of that even if it was giving a real review my Apple Watch said differently. For those of you that say an Apple Watch doesn’t work then I also did my pulse and it was off by 21. So thank you for taking your time to read this review and please don’t use this app for medical use or else it will be completely wrong..Version: 2.1

InaccurateTried 5 heart rate measurements, compared with manually counting my pulse over 15 seconds. Each time app was wildly inaccurate. Tried different fingers, different angles. Doesn’t work..Version: 2.21

WorkAfter using it 3 times It wil not let me try it again unless I pay..Version: 2.22

Doesn’t work for meApp can’t pick up my pulse at all (and I’m using a brand new iPhone).Version: 2.20

Disappointed.I’ve been using this app for a while, and i was perfectly fine with the restrictions that came with not paying for premium, i had the necessary info for my own health. today i go to do my night check of my pulse, as i’ve been using this app to track important info while i try to work on getting appointments for important diagnosis, but suddenly, all this basic but super important info that i’ve been tracking aside from just my heart rate is locked behind a pay wall that i can’t afford. important notes that i was going to show my doctor completely blocked off. no warning either, had i any warning i could’ve at least gotten screenshots of what i’d tracked before it went behind a paywall. don’t get this to track your heart’s health unless you have spare money to throw around, if you’re trying to keep track of your health for cheap, this isn’t a good option anymore..Version: 2.46

Way out !I checked this App against my iWatch and it’s way out. Also have a blood pressure machine and it doesn’t agree with that either. Glad I had this App for a trial period. It was offered to me for more than half the cost. There is no way I could rely on this App. Don’t waste your money or your life on this App..Version: 2.49

Not goodTested out and the heart rate is not very accurate. Also app is not free as per advertised, and has an expensive subscription, unless you only want 3 measurements a day. Also BP and blood oxygen don’t work. Steer clear, not worth the time..Version: 2.32

Heart checkedIt’s awesome. 👍👍👍.Version: 2.14

No I don’t want to subscribe for $91 ffsSeems theres no free trial mode after all..Version: 2.8

Fee and shares your informationCan’t try before you buy. Have to provide credit card details first! Does not work and app shares your data. Beware!.Version: 2.42

It doesn’t measure anything other than heart rateIt’s said in the description that this apps measure blood oxygen level, but it doesn’t. It just has the feature to store Origen level you get from somewhere else. Don’t waste you time getting this app..Version: 2.29

This app is fakeIf you place your camera next to any object it will go on to measure the “heart rate” of that object. The bpm is usually between 69 and 80.Version: 2.1

Timer is inaccurate- do not purchaseThe timer keeps restarting so you see the same time eg. 10 seconds left over and over over again and the time frame for measurement so long you can’t get an exercise or immediate post exercise reading.Version: 2.2

Pay for a health app???!!! Outrageous??? I think soAgree to disagree but I don’t think you should have to pay to use a health app as it is for your own health benefit it should be free for use. On the other hand I think it’s a smart idea and it is cool how it works though I don’t know how accurate this app is.Version: 2.35

Worst appDon’t get this trash app it’s pointless, it just like all the other apps where you only get 1 free heart rate check and then you have to pay. Don’t download this trash. I would rate 0 zero but I can’t..Version: 2.0

Rip offDoesn’t deliver anything of use to me and is difficult to cancel. I was charged for it never used it but once and they won’t refund..Version: 2.42

Absolutely rubbishRun this along side actually blood pressure and heart monitor it couldn’t have been further off, and that’s when it actually worked this app could make a really healthy person unhealthy (DANGEROUS)!.Version: 2.19

.Was terrible took my heart rate 4 times in a row first it was 65 mp than it was between 80 an 90 mp than I took it one last time an it was 158 mp all in secs not accurate an a scam unfortunately.Version: 2.20

Subscription doesn’t unlockI took a subscription, however it didn’t unlock any of the premium features..Version: 2.25

Tied free trial but no obvious way to cancelDid not work as expected. Then no way to cancel subscription.Version: 2.50

LiarsThis ap looked good, nothing stated that you had to spend any money. Just hit the plus , then hit the skip button and get your bpm. Well Tuesday night checked my bpm and then Wednesday twice first in the morning after my sleep, and secondly that evening after work. Then I went to check it today because I woke up weird. Well no more checking it at all “The basic plan allows for only 3 measurements a day. Switch to InPulse Pro to remove the limit.” I don’t have any money to spend on wasteful spending, and this from the reviews looks good. Once again just a bunch of greedy people you can easily make the money for this app for those who need more. I was simply trying to get more information for my doctor so I don’t have to spend that much time in his office, and I can just leave. If you were going to do this you should have stated at the beginning (you only have 3 measurements before you need to spend money) I would have never downloaded this or looked any further. I would have just went on my day..Version: 2.49

Bad app designSimple layout but horrible organization and impossible to cancel trial.Version: 2.45

FaultyI just downloaded this app because the reviews looked ok. I had it downloaded. Read how to do it. Then proceeded to do what it said. I had my finger placed where it said it should be. It started to read and then stopped. It told me to place my finger on the camera. My finger never moved. After 5 or 6 tries it finally read it. I thought that might be a glitch so I tried again. Same results. I tried the 3rd time and nothing had changed still same faulty results. That’s when I deleted the app and wrote this review..Version: 1.5

Misleading - Can’t Check Blood PressureThe app can check your BPM, and compared to my oximeter, the BPM reading is accurate. However, it cannot check your blood pressure. It has a journal sort of feature for you to manually enter blood pressure readings, but the App Store app page makes it seem like you can actually check your pressure. I wanted to see if an app can do such a thing and apparently this one can’t. If the App Store page was less misleading, I wouldn’t rate it low. 1/5⭐️’s.Version: 2.38

Just downloadedI just downloaded this app and was excited about it working, but nothing I tried worked. Very disappointed ☹️.Version: 2.42

Ecg app does not worksI keep putting my finger on one of the camera but it does not works at all. Never my heart sign turns red..Version: 2.49

Cannot use without purchaseIt might work well but you have to sign up for a weekly payment to be able to use it at all. Quite the opposite of other reviews for this app..Version: 2.35

False readingsEnded up in hospital via ambulance after this app gave false heart rate readings that showed I was normal when in fact I was in life threatening AF. Also, you have to pay a non-refundable £48 to even try this app. So for £48, I got a useless app, emergency ride in an ambulance, stay in hospital with cardioversion treatment..Version: 2.34

Does not workTried this for 5 days, paid for platinum membership, since then cannot record blood pressure or oxygen level. Only heart beat. Feel like me I have been duped.Version: 2.32

Inaccurate on iPhone 11 Pro MaxUPDATE: MY CHEFS KNIFE HAS GOT A PULSE YALL! APP IS FAKE FOR SURE. I ONLY GIVE IT 2 STARS FOR THE REPORTS FEATURE. I rely on my phone to accurately monitor my heart rate. This app is wrong every time I check my pulse. My average resting heart rate is usually high and this app when compared to HeartRate and Apple Watch is ALWAYS lower than the accurate rate…by A LOT. For example right now my ACTUAL HEART RATE IS 109. ACCORDING TO THIS APP HEART RATE IS 97. This is unsafe inaccurate measurements. This was compared once again to HeartRate, Apple Watch monitor and a pulse oximeter. This is the only method that measured that low..Version: 2.30

InaccurateSo I decided to test it out, I checked my pulse whilst I'm the doctors and on this app at the same time my BPM was 20 higher. The energy representation is also inaccurate, it's 9am and I literally can't even move im that tired have to apparently I'm full of energy 🥲.Version: 2.43

FAKE APP DONT USESo I got the app and obviously a flashlight on a finger doesn’t measure heart rate so I put it on something pinkish and it saying it had a heart beat I didn’t know soap was a heart lol this is a fake up trying to get you to make subscriptions please avoid this app.Version: 2.35

Too ExpensiveCome on now guy’s cut is a break? Would love to be a customer however money’s tight now. Please consider this for us as consumers. Thanks..Version: 2.35

OxygenIt doesn’t give you the oxygen level! You have to get it some other way, then just put it in. I need to monitor oxygen levels it doesn’t do it. No happy..Version: 2.50

Scam! don’t download this appI used this app for a week and thought was going well until one 1 day I went for a 5km jog. I was curious wondering what it would read straight after my jog and discovered that my heart rate was only 57 bpm. Now I’m no medical professional however it would be logical to assume that a male at 45 years of age should at least reach a rate of 80-90 bpm straight after a 5km jog. I think it’s very irresponsible of this company to claim that it can accurately measure someone’s health condition. I had known a person who’d recently died of a heart attack at 51 which was the reason I had downloaded this app..Version: 2.49

AvoidThey are here to steal by scooping anything they can and call it a weekly subscription..Version: 2.43

Fake App!Everything on the app from the moment you open it to when you close it will try and make you upgrade to the premium. Every feature requires the premium. The BPM function is totally fake! It said my bed has a BPM of 76. Don’t wast your time or money on this app..Version: 2.34

Charged for ‘free trial’Immediately charged me $13. Great for my heart rate..Version: 2.46

FakeIt goes on body weight assuming overweight people have a high heart rate , I have and always had a low heart rate and when it said my heart rate 84, I was suss so I changed my weight from 98kg on the app to 64 and my heart rate went down to 57 ....Version: 2.14

Review$80 a month just to check your heart rate, definitely not worth it. Just go to your local doctor if you really want to know..Version: 2.17

DO NOT INSTALLComplete rip off costs $90.Version: 2.2

CostWhat a sham.Version: 2.9

Why 3 times after I bought it for 1 yearDear Developer I want you to answer me. I subscribed for 1 year without further renewal option. My credit card is charged. Why I can not measure BP more than 3 times? Please respond. Otherwise I will complain to Apple!.Version: 2.25

Not workingUnable to delete.Version: 2.47

Bait and switch?I got this app to measure blood pressure. It did for a while then stopped. There’s hundreds of free apps that measure heart rate. This was a considerable chunk of money wasted..Version: 2.40

AppallingFollowing letting the trial version of this app laps and i was charged twice for the subscription. Apple gladly refunded. And again the same thing has happened. However there is no option to cancel the subscription…… SOMETHING NEEDS TO BE DONT ABOUT THIS !!!!!!!.Version: 2.43

Doesn’t monitor/track BPApp description led me to believe it would monitor my BP. That’s not the case. You have to manually input your information. Reached out to tech support twice in hopes that it was user error and I was overlooking functionality but they confirmed that the functionality isn’t as I understood. Tech support response: Unfortunately, our app does not have the feature to measure your blood pressure at the moment. However, you can monitor your blood pressure by adding tags. Adding tags to your measurements and completing My Profile takes a minute, but gives in-depth insights on your heart performance that can be used for optimizing your physical activity, managing stress and improving your overall health. In order to log your Blood Pressure on ene app Blainscreen tap Add in the upper right corner > tap + next to Systolic and enter valid data > tap + next to Diastolic and enter valid data fix Date and Time > tap Save..Version: 2.46

InaccurateMy heart rate is required to be a certain rate whilst running, it told me my heart rate was 63bpm that’s a resting heart rate and I definitely wasn’t resting. I ensure my finger was on the flashlight and it was still inaccurate. Don’t consider downloading if you’re not resting. Good design but terrible accuracy..Version: 2.33

Not accurateFirst it said 95, then it said 72...i checked manually and it was 59.Version: 2.9

FakeMeasures anything you put over camera - seems to make up numbers - do not use. Disappointing..Version: 2.35

Haptics ruin itOkay hr measure but have you not heard of biofeedback? By having the haptics beat with your hr it provides feedback that in turn alters your hr. So it’s useless for my needs..Version: 2.11

Let’s be real…. Don’t botherA free app will not accurately calculate your heart rate. I’m a health professional and use polar heart rate monitors everyday, do yourself a favour if you are concerned about your heart rate go see your gp or buy a polar heart rate monitor… sorry but this will only cause more problems than solve I’m afraid, my usual heart rate at rest is around 47-52bpm this calculated at 110bpm. Bit of a joke that anyone would pay money for this.Version: 2.21

Too expensiveFirstly you mentioned a plan then try using something else would ask for a super plan. That’s not good..Version: 2.30

App changedThis app used to be so good and helpful, but now everything requires you to have premium. It’s also really annoying when it says you have measurements left but when you try to take a measurement it says you’ve run out for the day even when I haven’t taken any measurements that day. Really disappointed with all the changes..Version: 2.50

AccuracyNot entirely sure the pulse readings are accurate when yesterday my Apple Watch revealed a heart rate of 90bpm and Pulse recorded 72bpm, checked again and produced same readings for each device, it’s a bit of gimmick and would definitely not recommend..Version: 2.2

Woefully unreliable!Haves used this app since the Covid19 lockdown. It seems terribly inaccurate as my resting beat was between 70 and 80 bpm, which just post exercise was low 80s. I even tried it during exercise and still got about 82. I could feel my heartbeat in my chest so knew the bpm was up but still a reading as if resting. Will delete this app as its just no good..Version: 1.5

Money grabCouldn’t even try this app without it signing me up for multiple subscriptions. Even after all that it hung when I tried to take my blood pressure. I’ll look elsewhere….Version: 2.30

WarningThis app is not free you need to subscribe and then after the free period you are charged. 3 days is too short for a trial. Can’t find how to cancel. Sent emails hope it works will delete app.Version: 2.15

Free.. for VERY limited time.Then it wants to charge you $10/week. Not worth it my friends. Learn how to check your own Pulse, and buy a pulse oximetre from Amazon if you really want to know your SpO2 levels..Version: 2.41

ITS OBVIOUSLY FAKEI can’t believe people are falling for this scam - I let the “heart scanner” thing run, left it on my table without even touching it and some how it was reading 68 BPM. I guess my table is alive now?.Version: 2.19

BUYER BEWARE!This app DOES NOT monitor blood pressure directly. My wife’s first language is not English and she purchased this app that says “monitors blood pressure” to…well, to monitor her blood pressure! So, in this instance, it depends on the meaning of the word ‘monitor.’ For this type of monitor, you could simply take your blood pressure and write it down in a notebook as opposed to being scammed into a $40 recurring subscription. I see in other reviews how the developer responds by saying “we’ll review the language in our description… blah blah blah” when they could simply post a disclaimer (as many similar apps do) stating: this app does not read blood pressure directly. Period. If you do mistakenly purchase this app, you need to go to your subscriptions and immediately cancel it, otherwise next year will roll around and you’ll be scammed once again..Version: 2.43

BewareI had a 3 day free trial. However, it didn’t suit my needs and I canceled on the same day. Just got a bill of $9.99. Even though it was cancels it renewed itself and charged me. Not happy..Version: 2.45

BEWARE, DO NOT INSTALLAwful Features that are completely inaccurate and need to be paid for, has used and sold my health data and features for the app’s own benefit. I would caution anyone in falling for the same trap I did. I expect much better from such a large corporation..Version: 2.41

Absolute TRASHMy grandmother has AFIB(an underlying heart condition) and I was going to test out this app to see if it worked so she could check her heart rate on-the-go, but unfortunately after sitting there for a few minutes I came to the conclusion that this app does not work. I never got an end result and the entire time I was sitting still the numbers fluctuated from 68 BPM up to around 93 BPM. I know that I do not have any underlying heart conditions, therefore the fact that this fluctuated nearly 30BPM in a matter of seconds multiple times told me this app was a misleading waste of time. The developers of this app should be ashamed of themselves for not only making people pay an ungodly amount of money for a subscription to keep up with their heart rate on an app that doesn’t even work. This should be a for if entrapment and thievery!! ABSURD.Version: 2.2

Not even getting pass three day trailJust wants weekly payments Couldn’t even get first reading without add! Nor a free 3 day trail? Couldn’t get pass the first base Then deleted not for me Would cause me a heart attack just get to first base.Version: 2.33

Scam for you to get app and have to payIt is a useless app trying to peak your curiosity and get you to subscribe with the pic of the phone on your wrist DO NOT FALL FOR IT! EVEN ALL OTHER APPS DO IT TO REEL YOU IN whether you pay or not it’s not real STAY AWAY!!!!!!!.Version: 2.47

100% WOULD NOT RECOMMENDI was trying out the free version as I saw this app being advertised on TikTok and I put my finger on the camera as it told me to and it worked perfectly but when I put the left my phone I came back to it saying my couch had a heart rate of 73 bpm.Version: 2.35

Start’s subscription!Went thru the setup to try it. Didn’t like it and deleted. Just realized I’ve been getting charged $9.99/wk. Did not agree to anything. Unbelievable..Version: 2.47


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