A major app update (ECG plots, Poincare, HRV, accelerometer data)

A project log for uECG - a very small wearable ECG

It's cheap, doesn't use a specialized heart rate AFE and can blink LEDs with your pulse :)

Olya GryOlya Gry 09/08/2020 at 20:215 Comments

Over the past six months, we have been biting our nails in hope for feedback on the use of uECG. But the feedback we got was mostly about the fact that the mobile app does not run on one phone or another… so we did a major app rework! 

And also added new functionality:
- Poincare plots;
- HRV, BPM, GSR and accelerometer graphs; 
- app can now run in the background;
- a lot of UI updates, like convenient interval choice

The new app (already on Google Play) works on all of our four phones, on Android 6 and above - we checked up to Android 10 - but there is a trick with Android 6 phones to make it run. We recorded a short video to demo the new features and also show every step from installing to using the app.

We hope you find this video interesting and useful! 
...and that now you will be able to actually use our app :)


madmedix wrote 09/09/2020 at 01:47 point

...and I can tell you that thanks to the update, works on Android 10 :-)

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the_3d6 wrote 09/10/2020 at 17:20 point

Thanks for the feedback! Glad the update worked :)

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szormpas wrote 09/08/2020 at 21:05 point


Does the new app work on android tablets ?

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the_3d6 wrote 09/08/2020 at 22:21 point

Not sure - theoretically it should if Android version is between 6 and 10, but we hadn't tested, the only tablet we have at hand is running Android 4 and is not upgradable (it shows "android 7" in the interface but it's a chinese hack, in reality it runs API level 19 so it's Android 4.4, inability to upgrade the OS is another part of that hack)

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the_3d6 wrote 09/10/2020 at 08:28 point

Update: checked on another tablet, works just fine :)

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