Heart rate monitoring app Cardiogram goes native with watchOS 2 update

With today’s release Cardiogram hits version 1.0, one of many milestones developers Brandon Ballinger and Johnson Hsieh have reached as they work to refine an algorithm that may one day save lives. In collaboration with the UCSF Health eHeart study, the team at Cardiogram is investigating methods of detecting abnormal heart rhythms using off-the-shelf consumer smartwatches with heart rate sensors, like Apple Watch.

To that end, the latest Cardiogram release comes with a host of upgrades, the most apparent being a redesigned user interface. More importantly, however, the new version is a native watchOS 2 app,…

Cardiogram, the HealthKit-enabled Apple Watch app powering an ongoing University of California, San Francisco heart study, received a major update on Thursday with support for native watchOS 2 operation, a new complication, 3D Touch support for iPhone 6s and a refreshed look.

Read the entire article from AppleInsider here: Heart rate monitoring app Cardiogram goes native with watchOS 2 update

 



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