4 Best Detect apps for Android (Medical)

Following is our list of the best detect apps for Android. Trusted developers like Qompium nv and Precordior Oy are known to create software that in theory will improve wellbeing and health. After extensive testing we've concluded that the best apps include FibriCheck, CardioSignal, Polar H10 Arrhythmia, .

1 FibriCheck

Measure your heart rate and rhythm and detect arrhythmias with FibriCheck!

FibriCheck is a health app that allows you to check your heart rhythm, heart rate, and log your blood pressure values. It helps you keep an eye on your heart health and can detect cardiac arrhythmias in time to prevent complications like stroke. You can easily measure your heart rhythm and heart rate using just your smartphone. The app also provides detailed reports and advice after each measurement, which you can share with your doctor. It allows you to add your blood pressure values, symptoms, images, and notes. FibriCheck is medically certified and trusted by physicians worldwide. It offers a free 3-day trial and affordable subscription options for continued monitoring.

FibriCheck
FibriCheck
Price: Free
Android Rating:
3.5 ★★★★☆
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2 CardioSignal

CardioSignal is an easy way to detect atrial fibrillation

The CardioSignal app for Android turns your phone into a device that can detect atrial fibrillation, a common heart rhythm disorder. It is a reliable and easy-to-use medical device that can help you monitor your heart health. With regular measurements, you can detect atrial fibrillation early and get prompt treatment. The app is easy to use, just lie down, press start, and place your phone on your chest. It takes only 60 seconds to get the result. The technology used is patented and clinically proven to have a 96% accuracy in detecting atrial fibrillation. Note that a subscription is required for atrial fibrillation measurement and the app is not intended for detecting other diseases. It is also not suitable for people with pacemakers.

CardioSignal
CardioSignal
Price: Free
Android Rating:
4.0 ★★★★☆
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3 Polar H10 Arrhythmia

Uses the POLAR H10 heart rate monitor to detect ectopic heartbeats

The Polar H10 Arrhythmia app uses the Polar H10 heart rate monitor to detect abnormal heartbeats. It can detect ectopic heartbeats at rest or during exercise. The app records real-time electrocardiogram (ECG) data, heart rate, and accelerometer sensor data from the Polar H10. It uses a convolutional neural network to analyze the ECG signal and distinguish between normal and premature beats. The app can detect ventricular and atrial premature beats in real-time. It also calculates the number of steps, distance, and speed using the accelerometer sensor. The app provides voice indications on abnormal beats, heart rate, steps, distance, and speed. It can run in the background for continuous monitoring and allows analysis of stored ECG signals. Please note that this app is for educational purposes only and should not replace a medical diagnosis. If you have concerns about your heart rhythm, consult your doctor.

Polar H10 Arrhythmia
Polar H10 Arrhythmia
Price: Free
Android Rating:
4.0 ★★★★☆
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4 Medgic

AI Skin Analysis, Scan, analyze and check your skin with Artificial Intelligence. Fast and easy!

Medgic is an Android app that uses Artificial Intelligence to scan, detect, and analyze your skin condition. It has a camera feature to take photos of your skin, and the AI brain will analyze it without human involvement. The app can detect and appraise dermatological diseases or conditions, analyze skin health, and suggest friendly advice for general good health. It can inspect, spot, and scan for various skin problems like allergies, lesions, discoloration, acne, and more. Please note that Medgic is not a diagnostic medical device and cannot replace consultation with a doctor or offer treatment. The app's mission is to improve and benefit mankind with its AI technology.

Medgic
Medgic
Price: Free
Android Rating:
3.3 ★★★★☆
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