BLE Heart Rate Monitor

BLE Heart Rate Monitor


BLE Heart Rate Monitor connects your phone to heart rate measuring devices using Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) aka Bluetooth SMART and allows you to view your heart rate on your phone.

Premium Features:
* Chart to show your heart rate over time in real time w/ pan & zoom.
* Map that shows your heart rate color coded route in real time.
* Export your heart rate data to either TCX file format or Comma Separated Value (CSV) text file format so you can analyze it externally. CSV data format: Time, Heart Rate, Latitude, Longitude, Altitude (meters above sea level), Speed (meters/second), Heart Rate Variability (milliseconds), Calories Burned (kcal), Battery Level (%).

Each premium feature is unlocked independently.

Displays battery level for Polar H7 and other HRM devices that support sending battery level information. The feature is active on Android 4.3 and Samsung devices at this time.

Due to Android Bluetooth Low Energy support limitations, this app only supports devices running Android 4.3 and above, the Samsung GS4 (Android 4.2+), and the following HTC devices - HTC One, HTC Droid DNA and HTC One X+ (Android 4.1+). Please note that your device must have hardware that supports Bluetooth SMART. If your device is not supported, please don't give my app a bad rating because it is out of my control. If you'd like to know why your device is not supported, please email me at [email protected] The 2012 Nexus 7, Nexus 10, and Galaxy Nexus are not supported at this time.

The Samsung GS3, GS2, Note 2, and Motorola Razr XT910 have been confirmed to work with Cyanogenmod 10.2. You may need to put a file "android.hardware.bluetooth_le.xml" in /system/etc/permissions in order for Android to detect that the device supports Bluetooth SMART. Please email the developer at [email protected] if you would like help using Cyanogenmod 10.2.

It has been verified to work with the Mio Alpha, Polar H7, BlueLeza HRM Blue, Zephyr HxM Smart, Viiiiva, 60beat Blue, Beets BLU, and Wahoo heart rate monitors and should be compatible with any BLE heart rate measuring device.

Recent changes:
4.04: Bug fixes.

* Stability improvements.
* Added auto-resume workout if connection is lost during active workout and then auto-reconnected.
Add to list
Free
70
3.5
User ratings
602
Installs
50,000+
Concerns
1
File size
4611 kb
Screenshots
Screenshot of BLE Heart Rate Monitor Screenshot of BLE Heart Rate Monitor Screenshot of BLE Heart Rate Monitor Screenshot of BLE Heart Rate Monitor Screenshot of BLE Heart Rate Monitor Screenshot of BLE Heart Rate Monitor Screenshot of BLE Heart Rate Monitor Screenshot of BLE Heart Rate Monitor Screenshot of BLE Heart Rate Monitor Screenshot of BLE Heart Rate Monitor

About BLE Heart Rate Monitor
BLE Heart Rate Monitor connects your phone to heart rate measuring devices using Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) aka Bluetooth SMART and allows you to view your heart rate on your phone.

Premium Features:
* Chart to show your heart rate over time in real time w/ pan & zoom.
* Map that shows your heart rate color coded route in real time.
* Export your heart rate data to either TCX file format or Comma Separated Value (CSV) text file format so you can analyze it externally. CSV data format: Time, Heart Rate, Latitude, Longitude, Altitude (meters above sea level), Speed (meters/second), Heart Rate Variability (milliseconds), Calories Burned (kcal), Battery Level (%).

Each premium feature is unlocked independently.

Displays battery level for Polar H7 and other HRM devices that support sending battery level information. The feature is active on Android 4.3 and Samsung devices at this time.

Due to Android Bluetooth Low Energy support limitations, this app only supports devices running Android 4.3 and above, the Samsung GS4 (Android 4.2+), and the following HTC devices - HTC One, HTC Droid DNA and HTC One X+ (Android 4.1+). Please note that your device must have hardware that supports Bluetooth SMART. If your device is not supported, please don't give my app a bad rating because it is out of my control. If you'd like to know why your device is not supported, please email me at [email protected] The 2012 Nexus 7, Nexus 10, and Galaxy Nexus are not supported at this time.

The Samsung GS3, GS2, Note 2, and Motorola Razr XT910 have been confirmed to work with Cyanogenmod 10.2. You may need to put a file "android.hardware.bluetooth_le.xml" in /system/etc/permissions in order for Android to detect that the device supports Bluetooth SMART. Please email the developer at [email protected] if you would like help using Cyanogenmod 10.2.

It has been verified to work with the Mio Alpha, Polar H7, BlueLeza HRM Blue, Zephyr HxM Smart, Viiiiva, 60beat Blue, Beets BLU, and Wahoo heart rate monitors and should be compatible with any BLE heart rate measuring device.

Recent changes:
4.04: Bug fixes.

* Stability improvements.
* Added auto-resume workout if connection is lost during active workout and then auto-reconnected.
User reviews of BLE Heart Rate Monitor
Write the first review for this app!
Android Market Comments
A Google User
4 days ago
Best app for mio smart and samsung S4 compatibility
A Google User
Sep 11, 2014
Unreliable Keeps coming up an error, stops of its own accord, I paid for some of the features and was a waste of money
A Google User
Sep 10, 2014
Existing
A Google User
Sep 10, 2014
So Confused This app shows how to gouge the right way. Each feature is nickle-and-dimed out of you one by one. More than $8 for the lot. And being IAP means no refunds. Yet, app does everything I'm looking for and works with Wahoo TICKR. Yet interface is clunky and ugly. Yet TCX export worked perfect to plug into Strava. Yet no Pebble support for live data on my wrist. Would be 4 stars for a tidier interface, and 5 stars with Pebble support.
A Google User
Sep 10, 2014
Works with Daily Mile and other sites I am an old guy so monitoring my heart rate is important durong exercise. What I liked was that it worked with daily mile and map my ride. I also liked the color keyed GPS trace that shows at a glance how hard my heart was working at any point. What was less likeable was that the data from a workout has to be be saved as a tcx file and uploaded to the sites. It takes a few more steps than the seemless way site specific apps do. Great app works with my Jarv and iGotu HRMs.