Blood Pressure Companion is a blood pressure, heart rate and weight tracker.
Keeping track of blood pressure is a good habit to keep healthy. High blood pressure (HBP) is one of most common and frequently-occurring diseases; heredity, unbalanced diet, fat, lack of exercise, and drink etc may cause high blood pressure.
Using Blood Pressure Companion to track your blood pressure, you can monitor your blood pressure closely and visual by words, chart and histogram. When you find it abnormal, you can take quick actions to find the reason and keep it from growing high. Also you can share measurements conveniently with your doctors by this app.
⁃ Easily add and edit blood pressure, heart rate, weight and test date.
⁃ Add note to the readings.
⁃ Track systolic, diastolic, heart rate and weight by chart.
⁃ Analyze times and percentage of each blood pressure range.
⁃ Calculate Mean Arterial Pressure (MAP) of each reading.
⁃ Create a reminder for measuring BP, doctor visiting or anything else.
⁃ Show MAX, MIN and AVG number of readings by number and histogram.
⁃ Show statistics of measurement by day, week, month or year.
⁃ Create a reminder to measure your blood pressure, doctor visit or others.
⁃ Save snapshots to Photos.
⁃ Export (Email) readings in format of CSV, HTML or PDF.
⁃ Custom date range of readings to be exported.
⁃ Migrate Data to full version.
⁃ Custom your own color range.
⁃ Passcode function to protect your info.
⁃ Supports Touch ID as passcode.
⁃ Support lbs and kgs.
⁃ Clean and humanized interface.
⁃ Supports printing data in app.
⁃ Supports transferring data to Health app.
⁃ Support WiFi backup and restore.
⁃ Supports Dropbox backup and restore.
⁃ Supports 3D Touch function.
⁃ Supports Apple Watch version.
If you have any questions or suggestion, please kindly mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
⁃ Compatible with iOS 12.
⁃ Supports screen of iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR.
⁃ Supports custom date range in reports module.
⁃ Adds Turkish localization.
⁃ Other minor bugs fixed.
Ratings and Reviews
App helps me maintain a diary of my BP
& MAP (mean arterial pressure) w/ability to make notes on the present variables at the moment from exertion to medications to symptoms like chest pain. It automatically moves a copy of the results to a health app. Also I can look at weekly, monthly & annual trends. Highlighted results when my dbp (diastolic) or sbp (systolic) aren't in target range allows me to see quickly those variations which could signal a need for further attention or evaluation. So easy to add the data. Scroll to numbers rather than type in, weight can be adjusted anytime & notes can be added each reading. (Used to be an app whereby I could hold my iPhone to my chest for BP. Found it reliably close yo a BP machine. I deleted it only bc it wasn’t updated to current iPhone IOS. Miss that portable BP “cuff”.) Glad to use this app. Recommend for those wishing to maintain feedback for themselves OR their doctor bc info can be exported to another source for review. I don’t need that right now but I will have the baseline data when the time comes. Worthwhile!
Free Simple program to monitor BP
The free version is great. Allows you to create and print a spreadsheet of readings with 5 or 6 columns of info such as date, pulse, MAP, notes, weight, systolic and diastolic readings. You can write notes for each reading such as: took meds, did not take meds, or a highly stressful day. Can setup to automatically sync info to Health app. The MAP reading is especially helpful in giving an assessment of your arteries blood flow to major organs such as kidneys and brain. I have read that Doctors usually consider anything between 70 and 100 mmHg to be normal. All in all this a free app, which you can upgrade, that gives you basic useful information.
Very helpful app
I was recording my bp, hr, and weight in a little book. This is so much easier and convenient. My only drawback is that sometimes I want to enter more than one bp during the day and when I do that a weight is also included. It defaults to the last recorded weight but I would like to just skip the weight with no entry so it doesn’t skew the avg. Also, it would be nice if another entry could be made for blood glucose testing for diabetics. Either a specific entry for that or a user defined entry that could be for that or any other reading that a user may find useful like INR or %spo2 (oxygen level). Overall though, it is a very useful app as it is.
- Maxwell Software
- 17.7 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Turkish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Maxwell Software
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.