The fusion of life with technology is embodied through clever devices. When it comes to apps covering a wide range, the iPhone ranks as a market leader. There are thousands accessories designed to work with the iPhone and other Apple IOS devices to improve your mobile and home lifestyle in many ways. Intuitive iPhone apps aligned with hardware allow conversion from a smartphone to a universal remote control for your home-theater. You can even use your iPhone in your car as a radar detector. The newest innovation for the iPhone, however, is as a way to monitor your blood pressure.
Joining a hardware and software solution, you get an app and an inflatable cuff that connects through the Apple connector. Simply wrap the Blood Pressure Monitor around your arm and plug it into your iOS device. Based on your doctor’s advice, select either the single measurement mode or the 3-measures in a row mode in order to get a mean average. At the end of the measurement, the full results, including the Systolic, Diastolic, and BPM, are saved on your iOS device. You don’t have to worry about manually updating your health overview from day to day because it’s all there waiting to be transferred or shared at your control and will.
The app creates statistical charts and graphs of your readings so you can track how your blood pressure is at any time of day over a long period. You can even sync them to your Mac or PC. Browse, zoom, get simple averages of all your blood pressure data in a single place. Access your stats on your iPhone, iPad or iPod, as well as on your private account, at home or in your office, on your computer.
Want to share your data with your doctor? Gather your reading charts and send them by e-mail. It’s simple and concise. Your doctor can view the data as you do.
The key element behind the Apple IOS products is the universal appeal to users and the vast input by manufacturers to develop more ways to add features to your iPhone and iPad. It is truly a special community. Relax, be safe, and stay fit. It brings new meaning to “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” It’s literally healthy.