In recognition of the Mobile Nations Fitness Month, we thought we would take a look at a health/fitness oriented Windows Phone app this afternoon. My Blood Pressure is available over at the Windows Phone Marketplace that allows you to easily track your blood pressure readings.
While My Blood Pressure won't take your blood pressure, it logs all three key data elements in the reading (Systolic, Diastolic, and Pulse), note your weight, body mass index and notes about the reading. The main page of My Blood Pressure will show your average, highest and lowest readings.
My Blood Pressure is well laid out with button controls on the main page to chart your readings, add a new reading, view your reading history, and access the options. You also have the customary about and review the app buttons as well. The charting option provides six charting styles that will cover user selected dates. You can chart BP by time or date, chart your BMI/Weight history, chart BP and BMI/Weight, chart your BP Zones and chart your BMI zones.
My Blood Pressure has live tile support that will display your average BP reading and alert you if your last reading was more than 24 hours old. Another nice feature with My Blood Pressure is that when you first launch the app you establish a user name and password. This will allow you to pull the BP data from the developers server and access the data via computer (you can find the PC app here).
My Blood Pressure is a nice option for your Windows Phone that allows you to track and monitor your blood pressure history. There is a free trial available for My Blood Pressure and the full version will run you $.99.
You can find My Blood Pressure here (opens in new tab) at the Windows Phone Marketplace.
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George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.
These apps are nice but we need more language support to make em attractive.
Is there the weird American measurements? Or is it European? Or can you choose, because they're usually quite different.
Ehh, I was a bit wrong on that wasn't I:D I forgot that it was blood pressure
Does it automatically download your BP results from Microsoft Health Vault? If not this is really tedious/pointless to me.
The Microsoft Health Vault app does more, looks nicer and is free.
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