Body Temperature

Body Temperature

By stefano vecchiati

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2016-01-06
  • Current Version: 3.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 36.03 MB
  • Developer: stefano vecchiati
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3/5 ( 9 Reviews)
  • Price:
    $1.49
Body Temperature App Ratings: 3
3
Total 9 Reviews

Body Temperature App Description

Body Temperature is a fantastic app for iPhone, by which you can track and analyze your body temperature. The app allows you to see all data via a calendar and has several charts for better understanding and reading. Body Temperature uses HealthKit, it connects with the Health app to sync all body temperature data (write and read). When you add the temperature, the application gives​ you the possibility to add how you feel and to have weather data, to get more details on temperatures around you. ------QUESTIONS?------ If you have got a question or something isn't working quite right, please email me. ------THANK YOU------ If you enjoy using Body Temperature please take a minute to leave a nice review, thank you

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App Reviews

  • So many bugs

    1
    By Kim & Mark
    The concept is good but there are so many problems with it's apple watch and health kit integration, that just make it useless. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone until there is some major work done on it. (review written June 2017)
  • Has a good concept, but it's not very accurate.

    1
    By Pitabox987
    This app will need a lot more work before I'll recommend it to anyone. Simply put this app measures a person's heart rate, either through the iPhone camera or Apple Watch app using the heart rate sensor, it then uses this information alone to conclude the user's body temperature. — This is quite an inaccurate process as the app does not access external factors that also increase heart rate or body temperature. It doesn't take into account factors such as environmental temperature, whether a person has been exercising or not, their body weight or anything else other than heart rate. It simply has three categories, 'normal', 'alteration' and 'fever'. Until this app gets improved everyone will have a 'fever' 75% of the time...
  • Easy to use

    4
    By Leelinke
    Been using for a week on iPhone haven't got temp to work on I watch
  • Not a bad app

    3
    By faeboy
    The more you use the app the better it gets. Also good to add reference data.

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