Flick the tumblers to record systolic, diastolic, and beats per minute.
Record Your Blood Pressure
Use the tumblers to enter your systolic, diastolic, and beats per minute. Add a note to remind yourself about this particular measurement, and view the plus/minus of each of your measurements on the summary screen before saving.
The dashed lines show you where you’ve been (starting blood pressure), and where you want to go (goal blood pressure). Below, starting blood pressure and goal blood pressure are shown in their default colors, gray for starting blood pressure, green for goal blood pressure.
Protect Your Measurements
I hate handing my phone over to someone and they ask, “Hey what is this Goal Blood Pressure App?”, they proceed to open it up, and to my chagrin all of my blood Pressure measurements are splashed all over the screen.
To combat this embarrassment I’ve added an extra layer of protection to Goal Blood Pressure, under ‘Settings’ click on the ‘Touch ID / Passcode’ to protect Goal Weight from prying eyes. Now anytime someone attempts to open Goal Blood Pressure they will be challenged with providing authentication via Touch ID or the phone’s passcode.
There is nothing like sharing your progress with 100s of close friends on Facebook, Twitter, or emailing an update to your mother. With a double tap on any of the graphs you can quickly take a picture of your current progress and post it for all to see.
Export Blood Pressures – Need to get your blood pressure readings to someone else? Export them to a CSV (comma separated value) file that can be opened in Excel.
Change Graph Colors – Each one of the graph’s colors can be independently changed.
Save your measurements to Apple’s Health app.
Turn on/off recording notes and beats per minute
Add in your historical measurements
View your measurements over five different time periods, three days, one week, two weeks, thirty days, and ninety days