Smart alarm for Mi Band 2 is here!!!

Unlock secret features of Mi Band. Our app broadens abilities of Xiaomi Mi Band 1s Pulse / Mi Band 2 pulsometer. Now You can measure Your heart rate with these bands continuously!

Just establish the desired training result - fat burning or muscle development - and Mi HR’ll accompany you during Your training, advising to increase or decrease the intensity. You’ll stay in a target heart rate zone and enjoy Your workout at the same time!

After the workout You can check the heart rate data in a separate graph in the MiHR app. This will help you to access the changes and draw useful for the following workouts conclusions.

We know that many sport fans track their activities and achievements with their favorite fitness trackers. Thinking about them we have added synchronization Mi Band 1s and Mi Band 2 with such fitness trackers, as Strava, Runtastic, Runkeeper and others.

In addition, Mi HR users can export their heart rate data into the Apple Health app.

Just like Mi HR users, we’re improving every day adding new useful features to the app. We pay special attention to the Premium Members’ needs. They enjoy the possibility of unlimited continuous heart rate measuring. In addition to that they can wake up fresh and cheerful during the light sleep with the MiHR smart alarm feature.

Support for app notifications.

Long-term continuous heart rate measuring can significantly decrease battery life.

An application needs Xiaomi Mi Band 1s / Mi Band 2 to work.

This is not an official Xiaomi app and is not anyhow related to Xiaomi company.

As always, we ask You to inform us about any BUG via email prior to publication of any negative reviews. We will be happy to correct any reported BUG. Together we create a high quality product that is beneficial for Your health and easy and comfortable in usage! Just use MiHR and be fit! ;-)

Mi HR Team

What's New

Version 1.28


Ratings and Reviews

Great start for enhanced functionally, best app on the store


Needs more documentation about interactions between MiFit app and how to properly switch between those apps without conflicts.

HR monitoring with Strava works perfectly, as well as writing data to apple health. I also used it to monitor HR continuously overnight while using the "Pillow" app and that also worked perfectly.

Ability to delete sessions needs to be possible.

Help menu needs a back option, currently while navigating help topics, you have to go back to the home screen and start over if you want to view a different help article.

On the "Heart Rate" screen, using the settings gear button in the top right, I understand everything except what "Heart Rate Alarm" does. I've played around with it and I can't seem to perceive it as doing anything.

In the "Heart Rate Zones" menu, it states that you'll be notified if you exceed set HR zones, but it also has a vibrations switch. With HR zone notifications enabled, but vibrations disabled, it seems that there are no notifications whatsoever as the only means that the miband 2 can notify is by using vibrations. If I'm missing something about non vibration notifications functionality, let me know, otherwise, remove the vibrations switch as it is redundant and confusing.

Running continuous HR monitoring seems to consume about 1% battery per hour using MiBand2, just fwi to new users. No complaints there.

Developer Response

Hello Andyzboy, thanks for a great feedback. We could discuss things in details through

Makes the Mi Pulse band useful


Just an update to the following review. The firmware of the band got updated. Now, even with the paid version, it doesn't stay connected for longer than a minute. Need an app update.

Without this program, the Mi Pulse Band is nothing more than a toy. This little app at least allows other fitness apps like Strava to access the band and record my pulse. I still have problems connecting with the band, but I don't know if that is because of the app or the actual band.

I find that if I use the Mi app to take my pulse first, this app has an easier time connecting with the band. Then I open Strava to connect. Not the best, but for less than $20 for the band and $1 for this app, it works until I can get something more reliable and accurate. I did manage to get above a 220 heart beat and I know that was wrong. The accuracy is way off. I also get a 65 reading while in a full on HIIT workout.

You get what you pay for is all I can say.



When you download the app you have 10 minutes to try it. Minus the nice introduction of the developer while exercising and going through settings, you have about 1 minute to measure something. I have s mi 2 that was properly detected by the app but could not get the app measure anything within the 10 minutes.
The business model of the app is to charge 99c for each continuous measurement. And yes, you buy them 1 at a time. This is a bad model because at the price of a mi 2 plus 50 measurements I can buy a high-end fit-bit with free continuous heart rate measurement. So what's the point?

Developer Response

Hi, Benchuki! Thank You for the interest in Mi HR and for the feedback. That may be not clear that You can always click on start measuring again and 10 min hr measurement will repeat. If a person decide to buy Mi HR, he or she pays only once (not for each continuous measurement). If You have any further issues, please let me know at


Hubert Wilczynski
104.9 MB
Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Catalan, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
Age Rating
Rated 4+
This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
© InUmbra Hubert Wilczyński
In-App Purchases
  1. Measure HR without time limit $2.99


  • Family Sharing

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