Pulse 24 is an advanced heart rate monitoring tool for Apple Watch.
With Pulse 24 you can examine in detail your resting and activity heart rate directly on your Apple Watch.
Pulse 24 will also keep you notified with dynamic notifications when your resting heart rate is outside your limit values.
***Detailed view of your 24 hour resting and activity heart rate***
Pulse 24 lets you examine all of your recorded heart rate points within 24 hours on a minute level. This way you can easily get detailed information of your daily heart rate directly on your watch.
With the help of the timeline view you can quickly spot and jump to interesting points within the 24 hour time period.
Receive informative dynamic notifications and decide if you want to examine your heart rate in more detail. You can set your personalised high and low limit values directly on your Apple Watch. You need to add Pulse 24 complication on your watch face and allow notifications on your Apple Watch before you will start to receive dynamic notifications. Note: notifications and complication updates could be postponed by your Apple Watch if your battery level is too low.
Examine your daily notification history on your Apple Watch. See how many times your personalised high and low limits have been reached. Days with notification info also contain your daily average resting heart rate and your highest and lowest heart rate within that day. Note: this information will be collected only when you have notifications enabled and Pulse 24 complication added to your watch face.
***Smart Complication for your watch face***
Even if you do not want to enable notifications the Pulse 24 complication is a great add to your watch face. It shows your latest resting heart rate reading accompanied with a white dot if the reading was outside your limit values. If your latest heart rate reading is related to activity the complication shows a running icon instead of a heart icon.
***Works as an independent app on all Apple Watch models***
After giving rights to necessary health data on your iPhone you can use all of the functionality in Pulse 24 directly on your Apple Watch. Dynamic heart rate notifications work beautifully also on the original Apple Watch model.
if you have any questions we will happily help you:
-Fixes for notifications
-Added Modular Large and Extra Large complications
-Other minor bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
No iPhone app?
It’s frustrating that the only thing I get on the iPhone is a lesson on how to use the watch app with a little pulse measure at the top. The clock in the pulse is not correct either. Please give me access to the information on the watch via my iPhone. Please allow alerts on the iPhone for measurements outside of range (for training feedback).
Good, Could Be Better
I like that it tracks the heart rate on the watch, but I wish we could review the data on the phone app. It would be nice if it kept a history by date, on the app.
Get what you pay for
Alerts are pretty laggy and would be nice to be able to see the trends on my phone.
Thank you for your review. The notifications appear as often as technically possible. Unfortunately apps on the Apple watch are restricted in how often they can run in the background. In our case this means how often we can check if the users heart rate has exceeded the desired limits. This will hopefully change in a future update of watchOS.
Pulse 24 for Apple Watch is designed to be used as an independent app on the Apple Watch and for now the iPhone app of Pulse 24 exists only because it is impossible to develop an Apple Watch app without the iPhone counterpart. We totally agree that in some cases it would be beneficial to have the information available also on the iPhone app and we might at some point bring more functionality also into the iPhone app.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.