By Lynx Design
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Lift Pulse serves as a journaling app to record motion data due to hand tremor.
At Lift Labs, we came up with a way to record a person's tremor using the Iphone accelerometers. Using a Fourier Transform, this app can identify your tremor and calculate it's magnitude. You can set your baseline tremor (tremor on a normal day) by tapping the circle with your result. Subsequent readings will compare to this baseline, and the circle displaying your result will change color accordingly.
This app uses cutting-edge algorithms to detect and quantify motion. In its current form it is a useful research tool but not meant for disease diagnosis.
What's New in Version 2.5
* Updated to support the latest iOS devices
Not Sure How This Works
My Dad has essential tremors and we thought this sounded like a great idea to track how he's doing. We downloaded the app onto his iPhone. Don't understand how it is tracking his recordings. The app summary says it acts as a journal, but we can't find any history. All we can see is the current results. That's nice but not very helpful. Would like to share the results with his dr.
I cant see where the app tracks anything. The only thing i can see is the current result, and it doesnt differentiate between right and left hands. Rather useless.
Not even 1/10 the app it use to be; now it does not save history - no longer distinguishes between left and right hands; medicine levels, sleep, etc. useless - except for advertising to sell their spoons!