Pulse Oximeter - Heart Rate and Oxygen Monitor App

Pulse Oximeter - Heart Rate and Oxygen Monitor App

By digiDoc Technologies AS

Score: 2.5
From 313 Ratings


The Pulse Oximeter app measures both Heart Rate and Oxygen Saturation. The app integrates with Apple Health. There's no need for an external device. YOUR PHONE IS ALL YOU NEED. ============ INTENDED USE The Pulse Oximeter app is for use by sports users who are interested in knowing their blood oxygenation level (SpO2) and Heart Rate. The Pulse Oximeter app is NOT INTENDED FOR MEDICAL USE. The Pulse Oximeter app can be used in a wide range of settings, including between exercises, running, hiking, and in relaxation management. ============ Pulse Oximeter uses your iPhone’s camera to detect your pulse and oxygen levels from your fingertip. Track and record heartbeat and blood oxygen levels. Instant results, easy to use, simple charts to save your progress. Whether you are training, doing simple exercise, or just monitoring stress levels, download the App today and use your camera's flash to monitor your progress! Place the tip of your index finger on the iPhone’s camera, and in a couple of seconds your pulse and oxygen levels will be shown. Results are also recorded in a graph. FEATURES: - Measure pulse and blood oxygen saturation - Pulse Oximeter range 93-100% - Record and store history of data - Real-time PPG graph for immediate accuracy - Apple HealthKit integration - Swipe for label selection HOW TO USE 1. Start the app 2. Calibrate 3. Cover the flash and camera lens with your fingertip 4. See your results instantly iPhone cases need to be removed. Does not work on iPad or iPod. Enjoy! digiDoc Team



  • Disappointed.

    By greensay314
    I suffer from low oxygen levels and felt this would be a good way to check them throughout the day. It consistently says I’m at 98%. Went to the ER the other day, was at 90%. This is extremely dangerous and I would like my money back. Not worth $5.
  • Not accurate

    By tzem68
    While the Oxygen saturation levels are “close” (what’s displayed is 2-4 points high), the pulse is not even close. My pulse runs 68-95 depending on activity level. This app consistently has my pulse at 51-53. Apple Watch is quite accurate for comparison. I’m disappointed in Apple for allowing their Health app to import O2 sat from this app.
  • No iPhone 8

    By Lightningltd
    Not working on iPhone 8
  • Not correct at all

    By erstorms
    My oxygen percentage is 90. I have a oximeter but thought using this app on my phone would be amazing and convenient. It kept giving me a reading of 98 percent. This can be very dangerous if someone is actually trusting this app.
  • Not Accurate At All

    By Jabber12416
    This is a total rip off. I have stage 4 COPD with 17% of expected lung function and it consistently show me at 98-100% oxysat I want a refund!
  • Not accurate

    By chickenl316
    Don’t waste your $$$ the o2 is not even close to being accurate
  • Awful

    By amz109
    Really disappointed and would like my money back. I wish I would’ve read all the reviews regarding inaccuracy but I found out quickly for myself.
  • Widely Inaccurate

    By Bobby Reiser
    This app does not work. The results are far from accurate. I would like a refund.
  • Horrible

    By KissyLips17
    I’m at the ER with my grandfather right now. I got this app to help him and it is wildly inaccurate. App shows 99 every time where his actual number was 77.
  • Refund please!

    By tchighley
    Your app is dangerously inaccurate!! Thankfully I have a legit pulse ox to know when emergency treatment was needed. PLEASE refund me!! iTunes won’t and I’ve already emailed you and you sent me in circles!!