Heart Rate Monitor by InPulse

Heart Rate Monitor by InPulse [Health & Fitness] App Description & Overview

DAILY HEART RATE MEASUREMENT IS YOUR WAY TO HEALTH AND BEAUTY

Never miss a beat with InPulse! Check your heart rate instantly with your iPhone. No other devices needed!

Simply place your finger on the camera to measure your heart rate. Receive reminders to check your pulse and track your heart rate on a daily basis so you can stay healthy and fit. Get your stress levels under control and your negative emotional reactions identified and leveled.

The Main Advantages of the App:
- Measure your heart rate using your fingertip and camera
- Use Calendar to monitor your blood pressure
- Export and share your heart rate history
- Get daily, weekly, or monthly reports
- Add tags and comments to your measurements
- Integrate with Apple Health, and your pulse measurements will be sent to the Health app, making it even easier for you to keep track of your heart and overall health.

How to Use:
- First, make sure your fingers aren’t cold. When checking your pulse, be sure your fingertip covers the camera lens and camera flashlight completely.
- Press gently with your finger. Pressing too hard may result in reduced blood flow, which will make it more difficult to get an accurate result.
- Supports iPhone 5s and later and iPads that support the Flash function.

You can choose a free trial with all features available.

UNLIMITED ACCESS TO ALL FEATURES
- You can subscribe for unlimited access to all app’s features.
- Subscriptions are billed automatically at the rate depending on the selected subscription plan.

Important Note

The app is not designed for medical purposes. It is meant only for fitness use and as a source of general health information.

By using the app, you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use:
http://fitmeup.me/pulse/terms/
http://fitmeup.me/pulse/privacy/

Have questions? Check out the FAQ page at http://fitmeup.me/pulse/faq/
Or contact our support team: http://fitmeup.me/pulse/support/

Heartly yours,
Fitmeup team

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- Great app!!

I downloaded a few apps before this one, the very first one did not work which made me disappointed, then came this app and wow! I opened the app, continued to the heart rate and instantly the flash light turned on (which did not happen on the first app) and started to calculate my pulse, it indicated the time I should wait and finally it gave me my results! Also they mentioned if my pulse was normal or not. I was very satisfied. Thanks 😁

- Wonderful and Easy to use

April 15th, 2020- I’ve had this app for almost a month now. I cannot tell you if it’s 100% accurate or not, but it has been consistent with my heart beat ratings. Its not like they are all over the place readings when I’m doing the same activity, it’s consistent. I wish there was more “activity” tags though. Like if I am walking, jogging, running, climbed a flight of stairs, or just ate breakfast, things like that. It only has tags for tires, just woke up, before bed, workout, and resting. Sometimes I have to close out of the app due to it not working properly, like it glitches and freezes or something. But overall I love it and use it every day to keep track of my heart rate. Considering it says its in “low” range and I’m not sure what is causing that. It has been that way since I started using the app, occasionally during a certain time of day it’s in “normal” range. We will see and I will update when I know how accurate it is!

- Absolute TRASH

My 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

- Horrible charged a one year subscription after app was deleted

I downloaded this app to try to when my Apple Watch was dead was very dissatisfied with the services that were provided by this app and deleted it almost immediately. I assumed by deleting the app it would cancel the subscription but now I was charged $100 not even seven days later for a one year subscription that I’m not even using I have reach out to several different departments and Apple and still not able to recover my money if I don’t hear something back from the creator of this app or Apple Support for this company I will be filing a dispute with my bank immediately.

- Smart way to keep peace with own vital sign

This will be one of my most favorite screen or app however call it . Keeping vital signs data is the most diagnostic factor in the doctor’s visit to show for any reason, even for a routine every 6 month visit. It’s definitely worse investing.

- Faulty

I 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.

- This APP Shows how idiotic people are

I 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.

- I did it to see how real it is and I can promise you it’s not

Okay 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.

- The Health of your Owen body

It’s cool how old is at work he just put a flashlight on your finger and it gives you your rate of your hearts be working now doing something I will give you the results thatWhy I recommend to get this app but you don’t have to if you don’t want to

- I love the app

I love this app but you should add more to the thing that when your done there is something’s can you like add back from outside or back from a long long drive please.

- Not free

Apple need to step up their game when it comes to apps being considered free. I downloaded it, it asked me to set up an auto payment and if I didn’t then I couldn’t use it. End of story this app is a paid app and who knows how else they’re going to lie to you to make money? Obviously the same kind of company who would pull this tactic is probably going to sell your information they gather in order to continue supporting the app. DO NOT DOWNLOAD

- Idk

Sometimes it works but....other times it dosent😬 when I used it for the first time I though it worked,I then tried one more time and it stayed at 00 almost the entire time then jumped to 70. I though it would be fun but sometimes leaving your flash on your on your arm starts to sting. 3/5 wouldn’t recommend 😐

- Not even close to accurate

I downloaded this app because of a fitness class which requires you to take your heart rate, and have it be in a certain range at the end of the workout. This app, however, isn’t accurate enough for that. It’d be manageable if it was of by 30 beats per minute, but after running for half an hour, my heart throbbing, I’ll place my index finger on the camera and it’ll say my heart rate is 58 bpm.

- BP measure

This is only my 2 day of use, it does its job..wish they had a written page, where the reading you got, you could check it, if it’s good or bad !

- It Needs One More Thing

It's a great app, easy to use and it's fast. The one thing it's missing is a way to give a guided range of what your results are. So you don't just take it but have a way to take it one step further. Just my opinion.

- Clean interface and simple

I like the Apple health integration and the lack of ads. Other similar apps waste my time with ads and cluttered screen. Great simple app!

- Off!

It was off buy about 11 beats when a checked it I know because i have an Apple Watch which I k ow is accurate when the Apple Watch said 79 the thing would say 90 that can be a huge difference and that was off one trial so my heart rate could say 120 on my watch but 80 on there ur advertising people to do this for a heart attack it needs to be accurate terrible!

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- It is ok

The first time I tried it it worked perfectly fine with the second time and the rest it did not work it was obvious loading it took forever I waited one hour and I still do not work

- Trial link not very clear

I clicked on the subscribe button accidentally trying too click on the demo and was charged $49 subscribers fee. I have messaged the company too get a refund as I think it’s very unfair too have both links so close together. Be careful.

- Works!

I saw this and when it said I had 3 day trial, I didn’t need it! Also, it actually works and I am amazed! Usually apps like these need like a premium. But I think this 1 don’t! Amazing!

- How is it gonna make you pay!?

How is an app that is supposed to help you keep your heart rate in check, keep you alive, keep you healthy going to make you pay?! Jesus Christ and God didn’t make us pay all they ask is for us to believe! This app is crazy for wanting to make you pay to help you stay alive🤦‍♀️🙄

- Pushes subscription til hard. Had to delete!

Th subscription signup kept popping up. I only got one reading out of it and then I could t do another one without the subscription splash page appearing. And the opt out bison is tiny. I wonder how many people got tricked into a subscription. Shady apps like this don’t belong on the App Store.

- Nice & simple

Thank you for this amazing useful App We need notifications Calendar is coming soon

- Used all the time now suddenly wants me to pay!

This was a free app when I downloaded it a few weeks ago and now tonight it takes me to a subscription demand! I don’t use it for anything but checking my heart rate periodically, don’t use Fitbit or any other features. Shame on you

- Suggestions for my review:

If my pulse is reasonable & accurate, I’d like to track various pulse levels at measurable activities. All depends on accuracy of individual movements and time of day.

- No one wants to pay for this

The subscription is too expensive

- Works well

I took some molly and was worried about my heart rate lol this app made me realize that I’m dying thank you best news I heard in 2020 👌🏽

- This shows just how stupid people are

This is not a real heartbeat sensor you can put objects in front of the camera and it will say some random bpm I put a book in front of it and it said it had a bpm of 70 likewise with a water bottle. This is not a real app it’s entirely a scam especially to the people that paid extra

- Calibrated

I was hooked up at the emergency room and the difference between the hospital monitor and this App was 1 bpm. Pretty accurate.

- Very good

I like i use it every day better than any apps

- Heart pulse

So far it is interesting and I will be comparing it with the other one I am using

- Sneaky

App will not take your heart rate more than once without signing up for an expensive plan. Click "Measure", and the app shows a large button to pay, with a tiny link to skip. Skip paying, and the app just redisplays the previous (i.e., first and only) result. Total scam.

- Easy to use

Easy to use and looks accurate, so far so good.

- Missing Feature

App works well enough, but the inability to delete one or more tests or reset the test history is a significant and disappointing oversight.

- Idk y I downloaded this when I have an Apple Watch tht tells me.

Idk y I downloaded this when I have an Apple Watch tht tells me. It even tells me when my heart rate raises when I’m inactive. But why does it charge you $20 extra just for a 3 day free trial for an app that’s horrible

- Good heart app! 😊

Instant heart pick up and accurate too! I would recommend to a friend.

- Best app around

Tried many apps. This is the best so far. Use it every day.

- Inaccurate waste of time

The app is not at all accurate- it reported my heart rate 30% higher than other apps and what I normally get at the doctor. The free app also only allows one measurement and is CONSTANTLY trying to get you to upgrade. Pretty much worthless.

- Worse app ever, seems full of fake reviews don’t do any thing until you pay

Worse app ever, seems full of fake reviews don’t do any thing until you pay. There are plenty free apps which does better job

- Doesn’t work

I have an iPhone 7 Plus so I don’t know if it’s just because I have an older model but this app does not work. I got done with a work out and I can feel my heart beating fast so I use the app and the app tells me 68. Like that’s so fake it’s insane.

- Test

I believe technology bring more updates in future like we can check our HBC blood sugar I mean all blood related test with this type of app

- Perfect

I have really bad paternal anxiety always stressing over my heart rate and this app calms me down ! I love it.

- Hart

This app works way better then the rest

- Fake

I was curious to see if it actually worked so I used a stylus on the camera and it said that I had a heart rate of 89. Wasn't even my finger, so unless the stylus decided to perform surgery and give it self a heart, and than do a few jumping jacks than this is fake.

- I thought this app would also track blood oxygen levels.

I thought this app would also track blood oxygen levels.

- First time I experienced this heart rate app

I really like this app and first time I experienced

- Not sure

I’m not sure if it’s accurate but if so love it

- Doesn’t work at all

I tried the heart rate thing twenty times, both hands. Just annoying and does not work.

- Doesn’t let you measure more than once

Doesn’t let you measure more than once without buying a subscription- waste of space

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- I’m amazed...

I was not expecting this, to be honest. Kept seeing the ad for this app on Instagram, saying it will measure your heartbeat and all that. Decided to give it a try, obviously expecting a fee per month that no one is going to pay. Now I tried it three times, each time comparing the results to my Apple Watch Series 5 40 MM heart sensor, and two times out fo the three- it was within 5 BPM. The third, 30 BPM away. I’m blown away. What??

- accurate but glitchy

this app is definitely very accurate but it restarts the whole process even though i am placing my finger on my camera lens and the flashlight. But other than that it works perfectly

- First time user

This appears quite successful; however I can not find the costs?

- Barry Black

App is great but it would be better if it could have a blood pressure monitor as well

- David

Appears to work ok Just wondering actually how accurate it is,

- Hi

Hi how are you today I am happy happy birthday birthday hope you happy happy

- Waste of an app

Please don’t waste your time . Expensive as hell. Not sure what they think people will do? Run to this thing to measure their heart rate?? Please what a waste of a download.. immediately deleted

- Total Rip-0ff

Rip-off save your money better free apps to choose that work in exactly the same way. 3 day trail then 114 bucks what a joke - how did Apple let you get away with extortion?

- Great

Great

- Working the app

I was surprised The app was free which is really good it just work for me id get half way theough of it meauring my heart rate n it just stay there it woukdnt finish

- Sue2156S

Well according to this app. I have no pulse and it failed 8 out of 10 times. Very disappointed

- Inaccurate

That app takes a long time to measure your heart rate and the results are inaccurate.

- What a rip

It’s wants you to pay $90 to use it. Go and punch it as far as I’m concerned

- Worst app ever

Doesn’t work!

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- Tells only one BP

Doesn’t work perfect

- App is fake

I 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.

- Worst app

Don’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.

- Garbage

It is a shame to propose such garbage app

- You can only check your heartbeat once

It sucks you have to pay to use the heartbeat sensor more than once (f u scammers🖕)

- timer is inaccurate- do not purchase

The 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

- Lies

Why does the preview of it show that you can put the phone to your wrist to check your pulse When you can’t?

- Terrible finger recognition

Doesn’t recognize my finger when it is placed on the camera and flashlight.

- Crap

Crap

- This APP doesn’t work for me. I would therefore like to cancel my 3 day trial immediately.

Thanks

- 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

- YOU HAVE TO PAID

You have to 66,99$ per year juste to know your heart beat!!!

- How Dare You

I wanted this app to use for my safety. Knowing if I am in danger is something that shouldn’t I have to PAY for danmit! If this app is as good as you say it is, then don’t make me pay to know if I’m having a HEART ATTACK. It’s pathetic to think you can put a price on basic health knowledge and safety. My grandfather has seriously threatening heart conditions. It runs in the family. And if he can’t look at his pulse when he thinks he’s having a heart attack because all you care about is making money then your money sucking app isn’t worth even being here.

- Paiement

Je n’ai jamais voulu avoir cette application

- This app is fake

If 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

- Misleading

Don’t know why these idiots don’t just be honest and say it costs $$$$$ before you download it. Waste of everybody’s time. I’d five it a 0 but I can’t.

- Too expensive thought it was free

Bad

- Tags

Add more tag please or make more selection. That would be awesome!

- Reassuring

It’s nice to know your heart rate especially as you age. I do some yard work and when I feel tired I check my HR.

- Nice

I try twice looks good 👍👍👍

- Garbage

Obviously doenst work.

- This app is very helpful.

Everyone should download this app.

- Une application inutile

Fonctionne très mal ou pas du tout

- Don’t even bother unless you wanna pay 10$ a week

Worthless

- Good app

If they can take blood pressure

- Heart

Does not tell you if it’s to low or to high

- Doesn’t read over 100bpm

I want to like this with the apple health integration until I realized it doesn’t seem to be measuring passed 100bpm the measurement just keeps going but never shows. Pretty sure it’s not automatically averaging and amplifying the pulses up like most other apps do when the beats are faster and the camera only captures a flash of the pulse since it’s going much faster.

- App doesn’t works

After app is downloaded, it ask to accept the privacy policy, but it is freeze there and never open

- Blood pressure

Blood pressure not measures

- Great app

Just as advertised and can help lots of older ppl who can’t get to doctor,and can check there pulse .. there’s a app for everything lol

- Fake

This app is titled as free in the App Store cause u can download it for free but then u have to pay to use the app once you get in. So why would they just make there app cost money?.... Cause it’s fake.

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- Heart Rate

Very easy to use and informative.

- Record low, normal, and rapid

Please add a button to indicate this is a resting/normal. I was simply working remotely - no stress but my heart was racing at 113 bpm. Would like to make sure that’s reflected as rapid rather than normal.

- Heart Rate Tracker

This tracker is not the greatest! You go to put your finger over the camera/flashlight and it either stops or goes...Really annoying! 👎🏻

- Heart Rate

Seems to be very accurate.

- AMAZING AND ACCURATE

This app is I would say 95% accurate when it come to checking your heart rate. AMAZING APP!! BEST ONE YET!!!😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃

- InPulse

It’s a very great app to check your pulse😁

- Add an additional option

Add an option for working.

- Limited version

The limited version will only allow one pulse check.

- I’m Disappointed

It could be me and my A-fun but I have a hard time getting a completed reading. I think I got 1 out of maybe 30 tries.

- Great

Great helps me track my pulse.

- You have to pay

You can get much better apps that are free to use and you don’t need to pay monthly

- Not free anymore

I used to like this app until they’ve started trying to charge you for checking your heart rate!

- Stupid

This app just takes your pulse and allows you to keep a record of it. Just like your iPhone. It does not measure oxygen levels as suggested in the title. This is not a pulse oximeter app. Boo.

- THE REVIEWS ARE FAKE THIS DONT WORK IT IS TRASH.

The reviews are fake they do that to get you to install the app it’s fake and it will not work it cannot accurately detect your heart rate through a camera and a flashlight.

- Yes

Enjoying so far

- Very good 5 stars

Very good 5 stars

- Camera

I have the iPhone 11 and it doesn’t even work and I am pulling my finger on the camera

- Misleading

It says it’s a free app sure you can download it for free but after you download you have to pay to use it

- Fake

You can put anything next to the flashlight and it’s still have a pulse

- Why?

Too much money just to find out your hear rate, one try, that it? I get you may need some money but jeez.

- Not accurate

The app hasn’t worked since I started using.

- Only allows one measurement

Then it charges you a huge amount

- Requires Precise Positioning in order to work

Difficult to get finger in EXACT spot in order for app to work.

- Do not buy! No pulse oximeter function

This app lied in its description by falsely indicating that it functions as a pulse oximeter as well . Do not purchase. Any moron can take his own pulse.

- Nice

Great app. Just what I needed.

- Data I want?

Not sure it fits my purpose.

- Congrates

I think this app is wow 💎

- Pulse

It’s ok not the best but it works

- This deserves a 0

It kept restarting to do measurements I never moved not liking this app at all deleting it.

- Defective

App worked fine yesterday and now it is glitchy and will not take my heart rate. Boo.

- Doesn’t work

I checked my pulse simultaneously with the app and it’s about 20 bpm off.

- Questionable

Very hard to use and very specific.

- False advertising - no oximeter

As far as I can tell there is no way to get oximeter data

- Trap

This app is a trap as it will give you a charge for a subscription without even agreeing to it.

- BP app not the best

Not consistent. Holding my finger where it says to and I have to redo and redo. Aggravating.

- awful

i wish there was a negative star so i can show how bad this app really is it wants you to pay 50 dollars just to measure your heart beat and it doesn’t even work i am so upset this app is so bad

- ...

I shouldn’t have to pay to make sure I’m in good health.

- Doesn’t work

Doesn’t work. Can’t read my finger heart rate but I am alive!!

- 👎Bad!!!👎

You can only do one heart rate measurement a day with the limited version.

- Not a pulse oximeter

This app shows as part of the pulse oximeter category. It is incorrect as this does nothing to measure the oxygen saturation content.

- It’s not free be aware

Only three days free and then you needs to pay

- Doesn’t work

It stopped picking up my heart rate

- Yes great App

It’s really good app

- Not good

Difficulty in covering all spots/holding finger to take a pulse

- Not free

If you are going to sell an app for $50, just advertise the price.

- Where is pulse oximeter?

Advertised as pulse oximeter. No place seen to read oxygen level in blood.

- It’s dangerous

Do you know that the flashlight can burn u this app is really bs 🙄

- Is not free

This app is literally a subscription service for your heartbeat

- Oximeter not showing

Shows Pulse but not oxygen level.

- Disappointed

Unfortunately no Blood Pressure monitor with this app.

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The applications Heart Rate Monitor by InPulse was published in the category Health & Fitness on 2019-12-07 and was developed by Fitmeup [Developer ID: 1274409676]. This application file size is 74.1 MB. Heart Rate Monitor by InPulse - Health & Fitness posted on 2020-08-15 current version is 2.2 and works well on IOS 11.0 and high versions. Google Play ID: hrm.fitme

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