HeartWatch. Heart & Activity

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  • HeartWatch. Heart & Activity
  • HeartWatch. Heart & Activity
  • HeartWatch. Heart & Activity
  • HeartWatch. Heart & Activity
  • HeartWatch. Heart & Activity


Developer Tantsissa
BundleID com.tantsissa.Heartbeat
Version 3.5.4
Size 17.8MB
Released December 7,2015
Updated September 24,2018
Score 4.5
Review Num 5877
Support http://heartwatch.tantsissa.com/help
Language Dutch ,English ,French ,German ,Italian ,Spanish
Rating 4+
Compatibility 10.0

Comment information

  • JWalt300 - 2019-11-25 05:59:18


    I already use the auto sleep app and didn't really think I'd get much use from this one (the sleep app gives heart info also). But, I was wrong. I review my Heart Watch info frequently as I'm really trying to be more attentive to my health, particularly heart health. Useful data and easy to use. A side bonus: I use a freestyle libre for glucose monitoring. I love the device and the app. There's one downside - Apple Health doesn't read the data, so I have to input the results manually using another app I don't otherwise use, or not have the data appear. But, using the watch app for Heart Watch, I can speak the results (examples: "glucose 108") and it inputs the data into Apple Health. What's strange is, that info doesn't appear anywhere on the Heart Watch app.

  • this name is already taken - 2019-12-07 01:45:24

    Great; just needs one more feature.

    At first I didn't think this app was too useful, but then I realized that it tracks and lists your heart activity way better than the default iPhone/Apple Watch app. On the regular app, it's really hard to see the specific heart rate data for each hour (on the graph it'll say your heart rate at 6pm was 80-120 and you have to go to some random menu to see what was going on), but in this one it's easy to see the stats. I only wish it would have an option to write a note for each heart rate value; for example, if your heart rate was 120 at some point, it would be nice to be able to note that you had just drank a cup of coffee at that moment.

  • Phoenix B. Icarious - 2019-11-20 08:16:21

    Data fraction of time worn

    Got due to health issues related to a disability. Would be a 5 star app; however, I often get data for fraction of time watch is worn. For example today worn since 8 a - 4 p, data only 1-3 p. Yes, updated to most current version of app/iWatch/OS. Yes, phone/iWatch fully charged. Yes, synced with my phone. Yes, have turned phone/iWatch on/off. Yes, have uninstalled/reinstalled. Yes, have done a hard restart. Yes, all other apps work no issue. Still does this. Need this to work entire time worn, not intermittently.

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HeartWatch has no user analytics tracking. No advertising plugins. No 3rd party code. No data upload.

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"HeartWatch is so good, you’d think Apple built the app itself." John Patrick Pullen, Time Magazine. Top 5 in Health & Fitness in 63 countries. 

HeartWatch 3 requires iOS 10 or iOS 11. Watch OS 3 or Watch OS 4.
If you are missing the Watch App or Experiencing crash on restart, please press the Review tab and click on App Support. This explains what you need to do! Please email us if you are stuck. We love to help. 

Your Apple Watch is a highly sophisticated instrument, measuring and capturing your heart rate data throughout the day.

HeartWatch lets you see how your heart is beating across four simple views. Waking, Regular, Workout & Sleeping. Each of these views are isolated because, while you may want a higher heart rate during a workout, if your heart is racing when you aren't doing any exercise then this is likely not a good thing and probably something you might want to show your medical practitioner. 

HeartWatch gives you an easy solution to this. It accesses your heart rate & workout readings created by your Apple Watch and unlocks the power of this information in a simple, intuitive way. 

HeartWatch 2 introduces heart badges. These are a simple glanceable graphic that lets you quickly see how your heart is doing for different types of events. The colours represent time in zones overlayed with an average. 

For regular* heart rate readings, the ideal is to have a completely blue badge. The bigger the red ring around the badge, the more time spent with an elevated heart rate. Even though averages can appear to be similar, the badge shows a clear picture of how your heart has really been tracking and alerts you about excessively high or low readings. 

For workouts, you can easily see the zonal makeup of your workout at a glance.

*regular: time spent not sleeping nor working out.

The complication displays the last heart rate reading captured by your watch. 

An instant background update has you seeing your latest heart rate and a summary of your day. You can take your "live" pulse at any time by tapping the Pulse gauge. You can start a workout directly in the app and get live updates on your heart rate zone. You can also track sleep and add measurements & notes. 

Whether you are looking for heart rate irregularities or checking on your workout progress, HeartWatch makes things very easy via a 12 week big picture. Find out exactly what your heart was doing throughout your day. The addition of an energy overlay to the regular heart rate detail view means you can determine if those peaks you sometimes get are more likely due to stress or increased activity. 

Capture key HealthKit measurements just by saying them, take notes about your day and track sleep.

You can configure notifications for the following scenarios. 
 - When heart rate exceeds a bpm value. 
 - When heart rate drops below a bpm value. 
 - A daily reminder to check how you've gone today. 

Heart Watch is very useful tool to get alerted about any possible health issues in a concise format that you can show your medical practitioner.

This app requires an iPhone that has the Health App installed. Heart readings are read from the Health Data Store which is ideally populated by your Apple Watch. You can also import heart rate readings from other sources and devices.