The Apple Watch collects volumes of data each day relating to your health, workout, and activity. Other digital health devices like blood pressure cuffs, glucose readers, and weight scales capture additional data points. But how can you understand what all of this means for your overall health picture? How can your doctor make sense of your data during an outpatient visit?

HeartCloud.io Helps You Make Sense of Vast Quantities of Information Stored On The Health App On Your iPhone.

It's possible that answers to the question of "Am I healthy?" could be found in the mountain of data generated over time from wearing an Apple Watch. Your heart rate, ECG, steps taken, calories burned, how often, far, and fast you workout, how your heart behaves after a workout, and many other data points can be found on your iPhone, but what story are they really telling?

We think that those answers should be easy to access, easy to understand, and easy to share with your doctor.

We know that more can be done to drive better health outcomes, and more from these health, workout, and activity data points will be made available over time. Our team of medical doctors and developers created a platform with three apps: (1) HeartCloud, (2) HeartCloud for Health Practices, and (3) an iOS app to sync data from your iPhone to your HeartCloud account.

How Does It Work? In 3 Steps

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Step 1: The HeartCloud Sync iOS app securely sends the data shown at the bottom of this page to HeartCloud's web API after the user logs into their HeartCloud.io account.

Step 2: The web API verifies each user's identity and processes data sent from the iPhone to the HeartCloud.io application. Sensitive data is encrypted in storage and in transit.

Step 3: The HeartCloud.io web application saves, stores, and organizes what you see upon logging into your account from a desktop, laptop, iPad, or whatever device.

What Information Can HeartCloud Use?

Health Data:

Heart Rate
Instances of High and Low Heart Rate Events (iOS 12.2 and later)
Instances of Irregular Heart Rhythms (iOS 12.2 and later)
Heart Rate Variability[1]
Resting Heart Rate
Walking Average Heart Rate
Electrocardiograms (ECGs) (Apple Watch Series 4 On Watch OS 5.1.3 or later)
Post-Workout Heart Rate Recovery
Sleep Analysis
VO2 Max
Number of Times Fallen

Activity Data:

Active Energy Burned (kCal)
Resting (Basal) Energy Burned (kCal)
Step Count
Daily Exercise Minutes
Hours Stood
Stair Flights Climbed
Move Distance (Walking/Running, Cycling, and Swimming)

Workout Data:

Workout Types: Including, but not limited to:
  • Walking
  • Hiking
  • Running
  • Swimming
  • Rowing
  • Cycling
  • HIIT
  • Elliptical
Location and Weather: Including, but not limited to:
  • Latitude and Longitude
  • Speed
  • Altitude
  • Course
  • Weather (temperature, air pressure, humidity, and more)

3rd Party HealthKit Data:

Glucometers
Blood Pressure
Spirometers
Weight Scales