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    Your free personal Blood Pressure Monitor assistant is on the way
    Vivek2134 posted:
    Sneak peeks on the new upcoming ad-free User friendly Android app which is practically going to be your best pal at monitoring your blood pressure.

    Key Feature:[br>• Simple and Intuitive Material Design UI[br>• No Login, No Signup, All data secured locally on your device[br>• Easily Log your BP readings with notes for Symptoms, Activity and Food Consumed[br>• Smart Visual Display of Records[br>• Simple User Understandable Graphs[br>• Pinch Zoom, Save, Share, Whatsapp your Graphs[br>• Easily Manage Active/Inactive Medications[br>• Set Pill/BP Check Reminders[br>• Instantly Access your Cardiologist Profile[br>• Generate sharable PDF reports[br>• Responsive Diagnostic Report Summary[br>• Easy SD Card, Cloud Backups[br>• Curated Blood Pressure News Feed to deliver Latest Medical Treatment/Tips Available

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    RajLowBP responded:
    Looks nice. Looking forward to it. Have been using My Heart app for my BP tracking but this one looks quite tempting.

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