Cardiograph

Cardiograph

There’s one thing in all of us that works all the time, no matter what happens around us. Did you guess it already? If not, the answer is simple – we are talking about the human heart. In addition to that the heart is an essential organ as we cannot live without it so good heart care is more than important.

Now good heart care is one step closer thanks to a free Android application called Cardiograph. The idea behind this app is to have some information on how your heart is doing at the moment. Of course you should take all the information received with some doubt as Cardiograph is by no means a medical application with 100 per cent accurate results but it is still something. Using the app is simple – just cover the camera of your Android device with your fingertip and then the program will start calculating your pulse rate. After a minute or so the app will stop calculating and you can save your result for further references. You can also create a profile or adjust a few options and this is it. Simple, isn’t it?

Cardiograph resides here on Google Play.

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