HeartCloud is a web application that expands what you can do with the digital health, daily activity, and workouts visible in the Health app on your iPhone.
The Apple Watch collects volumes of potentially useful information about your health, workout performance, and daily activity. Other digital health devices like blood pressure cuffs, glucose readers, and weight scales capture additional data points. provide additional information about your health. How can you make sense of all this information, to lead a fitter and healthier life?
HeartCloud centralizes all this data in one place, and gives you visualizations and metrics that make it easier to understand and take action to improve your life. You can access it using any modern web browser like Apple Safari, Google Chrome, or Mozilla Firefox.
Our easy-to-use tools let you search, compare, visualize, and identify trends in your own data, across whatever dates and times you wish. It gives you you unprecedented tools to access and use digital health, activity, and fitness data generated by you.
Your HeartCloud account is accessed through a web browser like Safari, Chrome, or Firefox. By allowing large volumes of health, fitness, and daily activity data to be seen on devices with larger screen sizes: a MacBook Pro, iPad, Surface, or Windows desktop. Whatever the device, our platform unlocks the rich potential available in displaying trends across any length of time and any relationships between different types of health data.
HeartCloud's data scientists have implemented algorithms to show not only the route taken during a workout, but a variety of metrics, moment-by-monent during the route. Color-coded paths are overlayed on topographical maps and satellite images showing your route along with speed, heart rate, or heart rate zone. How far into your run did it take to get your heart rate above 120 bpm? Where on your run did you enter HR Zone 3? You can visually compare today's map with one from the past, to see changes over time.
HeartCloud visualizes your workouts on rich, interactive maps with your route highlighted and color-coded based on specific data points like pace per mile, heart rate, or heart rate zone. It also provides a health context as well to each workout session, both during a workout (age-contextualized heart rate zones) and how your heart rate fell following a workout (heart rate recovery).
Performance metrics for these workout types include not only time and distance measures coupled with heart rate, but also include location-based data (how was my speed going up that hill today vs a month ago? how was my pace in the valley vs running along that ridge?) and hyper-localized weather data (how was my speed influenced by high temperatures and humidity that day?).
HeartCloud pulls together performance data with health physiology during each swim workout. Lap-by-lap time, stroke count, and distance are augmented with heart rate data for each lap, so you can see how you're performing along with how your heart is handling the workload.
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Limited or entirely lacking support for searches across large or specific, narrow date and time windows.
|Categories:||"Search" functionality is limited to a single category at one time (like heart rate) and newer, more specialized categories in Apple Health like irregular heart rhythm or high and low heart rate events can't be searched.|
|Date(s) and Times:||(1) Search a single day, with the ability to define an hour, minute, and second for both a start time and end time within that same day. (2) Search multiple dates, with the ability to define a different hour, minute, and second for a start time on the start date and an end time on the end date.|
|Categories:||Categories are different types of data (heart rate, blood pressure, step count, etc.). Unlike most digital health apps, HeartCloud makes it easy to include only the categories you want to see when searching across a distinct range of date(s) and times.|
HeartCloud uses this raw data collected
by the Apple Watch and other digital health devices
Heart Rate Variability
Heart Rate Variability
Workout GPS Locations
. . . and does this with it:
Uploading to HeartCloud tags every measurement by day, week, and year. That lets you perform searches and find long-term trends with ease
HeartCloud uses your age and heart rate from your Apple Watch to provide you with practical health metrics. These include your heart rate zones during your workout and your heart rate recovery after it.
HeartCloud uses your workout GPS and heart rate data to create a map with heart rate, altitude, mile pace, heart rate zone along your workout route.
Select any month, and then see how your individual day looked like. These snapshots in time show whether you met each of your daily goals and also your step counts and move distance per day, all in one place.
HeartCloud lets you see when you met your daily activity goals for all 3 rings.
One of the Apple Watch's strengths is that it captures active vs. total calories. HeartCloud visualizes these trends over time, letting you see a more comprehensive picture of how active you are day-by-day and month-by-month.
HeartCloud lets you see when you met your daily calorie goals and what your total vs. active calories were. Simply search for one or more dates and quickly get relevant, summarized data.