Heart Graph Version 4.0 offers native Apple Watch App

Smoky Cat Software Ltd. has released Heart Graph version 4.0 with a native Apple Watch app.  Heart Graph offers high resolution graphs of a user’s heart rate, while also offering a comparison of those graphs and other workout statistics between sessions. The new app allows Apple Watch users to view the time spent in different heart rate zones while exercising, including a graph of up to 12 hours of their recent heart rate data.

 

Features of Heart Graph include:
* Display a graph of heart rate against time during workouts or for other periods of activity
* See a graph of heart rate on your Apple Watch while exercising
* Review up to 12 hours of recent heart rate data acquired by the Apple Watch
* Import heart rate data for Workouts in Health (e.g., from Apple Watch or other device)
* Review all workouts offline (e.g., to spot trends in training)
* Add textual notes to each workout (e.g., to record details of a particular session, sets, reps, general health etc.) and search for workouts based on the notes entered
* Share workout data with friends via email or Facebook
* Device rotation to landscape for iPhone and iPod touch maximizes screen area for graphs

 

Heart Graph 4.0 is free to download from the App Store in the Health and Fitness category. A single $2.99 In-App Purchase enables the Premium Features of the app, offering:

 

* Enable heart rate zone display for summarizing workout intensity into five configurable zones
* Record resting heart rate
* Compare workout statistics (such as resting, max and mean heart rate) over time to look for trends in training
* Analysis of heart rate zone totals across sessions on a daily, weekly or monthly basis
* Compare heart rate graphs directly from one session to another
* Import heart rate data from the Health app for a custom time period of up to 24 hours
* Calculate calories burned during each workout
* Import and export workout data from other apps or your computer using Garmin TCX format files
* Export data to CSV file for further analysis in software such as Excel
* Save workouts to Dropbox as TCX or CSV files
* Attach an image of the heart rate graph and heart rate zone summary to emails or Facebook posts for sharing with others

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