Cardiograph, the personal heart rate meter app, has received a new update. With version 2.0, you can now share your BPM results with others. Additionally, the universal app now takes advantage of the new iPad’s Retina display.
First released in August, the $1.99 app uses your iDevice’s camera to measure how fast your heart is beating. Along the way, Cardiograph keeps track of all of your past measurements and stores them to iCloud, this ensures that your measurements are automatically synced with your iPhone and iPad.
With the latest version of Cardiograph, you can now export and print your measurements with ease. To do so, use the action button next to each one of your measurements on the History screen and follow the instructions. You can email, print, and copy each measurement to your computer.
You can also track BPM results for multiple profiles, which is perfect for families. Cardiograph is also fully localized in English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Korean, and Chinese.
Cardiography is available in the App Store.