Heart Graph now supports all new the new iPhones and iPads announced by Apple this autumn.
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Today we released Heart Graph v5.0 – with WatchOS 4 we are finally able to bring Apple Watch users the full functionality of Heart Graph on the iPhone:
- If you start your workout using the phone, you will see the graph in real time on the phone, and have access to zone and heart rate alarms, planned workouts, rep counting and reference sets.
- If you’d rather use the Heart Graph on your Watch as you do now, you can still keep using it just the same as before.
- Haptics are played on the Watch for the heart rate alarm and heart rate zone alarms.
- WatchOS 4 is now required to run Heart Graph on your Apple Watch.
We’ve also made the following improvements to the app on the phone:
- Support for iPhoneX.
- Remove display of blue Premium Banners once Premium Features are purchased.
- Simplify the display of the list of existing workouts and include the duration of each workout.
- Improve selection of workout type so that it is chosen once when starting a new workout; the three most recent types of workout you’ve performed are remembered for ease of access.
- Add “Other exercise” as a workout type option.
- Add workout type and location details to planned workouts.
Today we released Heart Graph v4.4.1, including:
- Add live heart rate zone histogram to the phone during recording
- Add ability to define annotation markers during workouts
- Add option for coloured zone bands instead of coloured set types
- Add option to display rolling mean during workout in place of total workout mean
- Add option to vibrate on alarms as well as play a sound
- Fix bug where app crashed if trying to save an image to the Camera Roll
Today we released Heart Graph v4.3, including stability improvements on the Apple Watch, the addition of heart rate zones to the Statistics Comparison screen as well as a bug fix that could cause duplicate workouts to be imported from Health.
Today we released Heart Graph v4.2, including bug fixes, the ability to pause and resume a workout on the Apple Watch, and Polar HRM format file export, which allows heart rate data to be imported into existing Runkeeper sessions.
Today we released Heart Graph v4.1, including bug fixes and a new simplified display mode on the Apple Watch – ideal for allowing you to focus on the important data when you’re in the middle of a workout.
Following our previous successful beta program for Apple Watch users, we are once again seeking beta testers willing to try out new features of Heart Graph intended for use on the Watch. If you are interested in getting early access to in exchange for your thoughts and feedback, please contact us!
We are pleased to announce that Heart Graph v3.10 is now available on the App Store. New features include:
- Compare the graphs of entire workouts displayed on the same axes
- Prevent the graph compressing during longer workouts by choosing to view a window onto only the most recent data
- Minor UI enhancements, including use of more legible fonts and updated app icon
- Now access email and Dropbox export settings directly from the Workout view
- Allow resting heart rate recordings to be reset
- Add min, mean and max heart rate values to the default notes for resting workouts
- Prevent the app displaying an alert in the background if Bluetooth is turned off
- Minor bug fixes and enhancements
This release builds on the successful release of Heart Graph v3.9 with Apple Watch support.
We are pleased to announce that Heart Graph v3.9 is now available on the App Store. New features include:
- Import heart rate data for Workouts from the Health app. This feature provides support for the Apple Watch by allowing you to import, view and analyse heart rate data after your workout is completed
- Import heart rate data for arbitrary time periods from the Health app. For example you can import an entire day of heart rate data from your Apple Watch or other Health enabled sensor
- Now use Heart Graph to record your resting heart rate – just lie back, relax, and let the app record your minimum heart rate over a period of up to 10 minutes
- Added help within the app (iPhone only) for new users getting started with Heart Graph
- When using a Planned Workout, you can now see details of the next set coming up shortly after the previous one is complete, rather than waiting for the 10s countdown
- Added the ability to change audio settings in the middle of a workout
- Increase range of audio rep counting slider sensitivity
- Minor bug fixes and enhancements
For more details, please see our press release.
Update (1st July 2015): Heart Graph v3.9 with Apple Watch support is now publicly available on the App Store. We are of course still very interested in any feedback we receive!
Update (18th June 2015): our Apple Watch beta program is now closed to new users. However, if you are interested helping to evaluate future beta releases of Heart Graph, please contact us for details.