If you exercise periodically and don’t have a cardiograph to check your heart rate, the Cardiograph Android app will help give you an idea of what your heart rate is at any given time.
✓ Measure your heart rate
It’s never been easier to know what your heart rate is! Without any external hardware, just using the built-in camera/sensor of your smartphone or tablet, you can get accurate readings almost instantly.
✓ Know how fast your heart is beating
It can be very useful while exercising, if you’re under stress, if you have a heart-related medical condition, or even just out of curiosity.
✓ Track your results
Every measurement you take is saved to your personal history, so you can keep track over time.
✓ Multiple profiles
Cardiograph is perfectly tailored to allow multiple people to use the app on a shared device. You can create profiles for each of your family members or friends, and each of them has their own individual measurement history.
✓ Clean and intuitive design
The streamlined and clutter-free design makes it seem instantly familiar, so you can focus on using the app instead of navigating through series of screens.
✓ Android Wear support
Cardiograph is specifically designed with Android Wear support. You can measure your pulse using the hear rate sensor in your smartwatch. Please note that Cardiograph will work on smartwatches with a heart rate sensor only.
This tool works using your device’s flash, which you have to put your finger over so your pulse can be calculated. After the few seconds it takes Cardiograph to detect your pulse, your heartbeats per minute will appear on the screen, and you can view how they increase or decrease according to your activity.
Once you’ve taken your heart rate, you can add the entry to your registry so you can see how your heart responds to different exercise intensities and plan your future activities without pushing your heart to the limit.
Cardiograph comes with the option to create multiple profiles so several people can use it on the same device, so you can go running with friends or family members and keep track of everyone's heart rates using different accounts.