SmartBP® syncs data from the following devices through Apple HealthKit and/or Microsoft HealthVault:
  • Omron 10 Series Wireless Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor with Wide-Range ComFit Cuff (BP786)
    Omron 10 Series Wireless Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor with Wide-Range ComFit Cuff (BP786)
    Omron
  • A&D Medical Deluxe Connected Blood Pressure Monitor UA-651BLE, Black
    A&D Medical Deluxe Connected Blood Pressure Monitor UA-651BLE, Black
    A&D Medical
  • QardioArm Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor (Apple iOS and Android) Arctic White
    QardioArm Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor (Apple iOS and Android) Arctic White
    Qardio
  • iHealth BP5 Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor for iPhone and Android
    iHealth BP5 Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor for iPhone and Android
    iHealth
  • A&D Medical UA-767PC Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor with Wired Communication
    A&D Medical UA-767PC Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor with Wired Communication
    A&D Medical
  • Omron Intellisense M10-It Bp Monitor With PC Link
    Omron Intellisense M10-It Bp Monitor With PC Link
    Omron
  • iHealth BP7 Wireless Blood Pressure Wrist Monitor for iPhone and Android
    iHealth BP7 Wireless Blood Pressure Wrist Monitor for iPhone and Android
    iHealth
  • Nokia BPM+ – Compact Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor
    Nokia BPM+ – Compact Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor
    Withings Inc
  • HoMedics BPA-260-CBL Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor, Gray
    HoMedics BPA-260-CBL Automatic Blood Pressure Monitor, Gray
    HoMedics
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Saturday
Mar302013

DASH Pyramid

Sunday
Feb172013

version 1.2.4 released

SmartBP version 1.2.4 is now availble for download in the Apple App Store. In addition to being ranked number 1 in over 25 countries in the medical category of the Apple App Store, as of today we have over 80,000 user downloads. In the new version, we have resolved the issue with the calendar and reminder function by addressing the privacy permissions set forth for calendar requests in iOS > 6.0. We make every effort possible to make the app the best blood pressure tracking app in the App Store. If you would like us to add any new features, let us know and we will make it happen. Currently, we are adding a bunch of new features and language support. Stay iTuned.

download link - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/blood-pressure-smart-blood/id519076558?mt=8

Wednesday
Jan092013

50,000 users of our app!!

Thanks again to all our users. Our user community has grown over 50,000 in less than 7 months. We hope we meet/exceed your expectations. Wish you all a great year ahead!!!

Tuesday
Oct232012

Our extended brains

Yesterday while watching one of my favorite shows "Through the Wormhole" I came across an interesting concept about how our brains have most likely been saturated and how in order to continue to evolve and overcome this saturation we have created extensions of our minds (e.g.through the internet and smart mobile devices gateways) and built networks of knowledge and information to make more informed decisions. if you think about it, one of the primary functions of our brain is to acquire knowledge and act upon this knowledge by making a decision. The quality of our decision is mainly based on three factors - 1) the amount of information we accumulate 2) the quality of information we acquire and 3) our ability to comprehend this vast amount of information.

If we consider our health as an example, the quality of everyday decisions we make regarding our lifestyle and medical conditions can have a significant impact on our wellbeing. We are at a stage of evolution where we have access to vast amounts of information at our fingertips and we have our devices to accumulate this information. But does this mean we have a "bigger brain" to make high quality decisions? In the near future we may see applications with sophisticated algorithms that can also comprehend this information and spit out a "high quality decision". For example, while buying a snack, your "extended brain" tells you that based on a lab test result you took a year ago and your behaviour over the past month, the likelihood of increasing your cholestrol over the threshold is much higher compared to an average person or based on a network of social chatter and patterns, the snack has been shown to not go well with a drink. What makes this usecase practically viable is when I don't have to open, close, type, browse, log, etc. I just scan, the product and a 5 point summary is displayed with a recommendation. But here we won't be able to avoid taking a decision completely. I would really hate it if my phone tells me I can't eat a snicker bar or worse dosen't allow me to purchase one! Also like our brains, our "extended brains" need to be used.

Thursday
Sep272012

App update for iOS 6 (version 1.2.2)

An update for compatibility with iOS 6 was released today. This update will address the issue of the app closing when measurement site / location is selected. Also wanted to thank our users who brought to this to our attention. Thanks again for your patience.