Fingerprint Blood Pressure

Fingerprint Blood Pressure

Blood pressure is one of the most important vital signs for any human being on Earth. Unfortunately it tends to cause problems in older age by getting too high so in order to control it you have to measure it every once in a while. Now there’s an Android app that claims it can do it for you and the app is called – Fingerprint Blood Pressure.

It is hard to describe this app not because it is too complex or anything of the kind. We always have to stay impartial and then write good reviews but in this case this is next to impossible because this app is really bad. In fact if we have to be honest (and we always are) we have to say that Fingerprint Blood Pressure is a total catastrophe. In a few words – don’t waste your time with it.

For those of you who want to find out what the problem with Fingerprint Blood Pressure is we will say that there’s no way for such an app to measure blood pressure by using the display of your Android device. Okay, this app may have been created just for fun with no serious intentions but even then it is still awful. The interface is simple, okay, we can live with that, and there are a few questions at first that you have to answer such as “What is your gender”. Okay, we can live with that too and we even feel it is justified. Everything would have been just fine if it wasn’t for the horrible ads that are everywhere. There’s an ad that pops up all the time everywhere and even if you close it, in a second it is back. Things are so bad you can’t even read the questions or the instructions on how to use the app. Not surprisingly after a few minutes we decided to quit Fingerprint Blood Pressure.

This app is a fine example of what an app should not be like. This is also a fine example of a good idea that has gone terribly wrong. The solution is simple – get rid of the ads, you developers! In the meantime if you need to measure your blood pressure just look somewhere else.

Fingerprint Blood Pressure is right here on Google Play.

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