Although there are apps that promise to check your blood pressure without using equipment, this isn’t an accurate or reliable method.
However, there are apps available that can help you track your blood pressure results. This can be helpful in identifying patterns in your blood pressure. Your doctor may use this information to determine if you require blood pressure medications.
Some examples of free blood pressure-monitoring apps include:
Blood Pressure Monitor – Family Lite for iPhone. You can enter your blood pressure, weight, and height, as well as track the medications you take.
Blood Pressure for Android. This app tracks your blood pressure and features several statistical and graphical analysis tools.
Blood Pressure Companion for iPhone. This app allows you to track your blood pressure as well as view graphs and trends on your blood pressure readings across several days or weeks.
These apps can help you quickly and easily track your blood pressure readings. Measuring your blood pressure regularly on the same arm can help you most accurately track your blood pressure readings.