• Anatomical heart Heart Recording

    We hope you never experience symptoms of cardiovascular pain or discomfort. If you do, though, you may want to capture your heart rate and log symptoms for your doctor to later review.

    • Set Recording Time: Select a 1 minute, 5 minute, 10 minute, or 30 minute recording time. High-frequency heart rates are taken.
    • Log Symptoms During The Recording: since symptoms may be intermittent, our watchOS app lets you log two types of symptoms:
      • Symptoms that happen at a specific time
      • Symptoms that are ongoing between a start time and some end time

  • Man walking in red pocketwatch timer 1 and 6 Minute Walk Tests

    Each walk test is an important indicator of cardiovascular health and mobility metrics. These tests are automatically shared with your physician if you're sharing your data with a health practice.

  • Anatomical heart Symptom Tracking

    Self-surveillance of symptoms is a useful way to keep track of how you're feeling, especially during a pandemic. Right from your wrist, you can log symptoms according to:

    • Severity (severe, moderate, mild, or not present) symptoms are
    • Presence: Whether symptoms were present or not present on a particular day
    • When: You can log symptoms that are ongoing (not yet stopped) or that happened at a specific time
  • Prescription pill bottle Medications

    HeartCloud's apps for iPhone and web browsers allow you to add medications, dosages, log when you take a particular medication, and setup reminders to take a medication at a specific date and time.

    With HeartCloud Sync for Apple Watch, you can, on the go:

    • Log Use: Select a medication and log when (date, time, and timezone) when you took a particular medication, whether prescribed or over-the-counter
    • History: Select a medication and log when and a timeline representing when you took that medication
    • Notifications: Respond to notifications that remind you to take a medication at a particular date and time