InPulse App Review: Mixed Feedback on Heart Health Monitoring
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InPulse App Review: Mixed Feedback on Heart Health Monitoring

The InPulse app has received mixed reviews, with some users expressing disappointment over unclear pricing and inaccurate readings. While some appreciate the convenience of monitoring heart health, others feel misled by the free version's limitations. Complaints about subscription charges, inaccuracy, and lack of clear cancellation methods stand out.

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  • Review

    I like it however getting charged every week don’t like and I don’t use it as often as I should

    Sentiment
    • Positive
    Content
    • App Pricing and Charges
    Feb 06, 2024
  • Checking In:

    What I like Most about this app is the “Right at your fingertips “ aspect. Anytime day or night I can check my heart health to see how I’m doing ❤️

    Sentiment
    • Positive
    Content
    • App Features and Subscriptions
    Jan 28, 2024
  • FAKEE

    I did a series of experiments using this app. First, I used a red rock to simulate at “finger”, this app said 92 bmp. Then, I used a PLASTIC gem to simulate a finger, 62 bpm!? I did not know that PLASTIC had a heart beat….. this app is absolutely a massive scam DO NOT PAY FOR. Thanks for reading

    Sentiment
    • Negative
    Content
    • Heart Rate Accuracy
    Jan 25, 2024
  • Obviously Fake

    The app just scans your camera for anything remotely red. Place the camera in front of red paper and it’ll give the papers “heart rate.” The app says it uses some B.S. to “read” your heart rate by measuring how your finger pulses. Your finger doesn’t pulse, the only thing you get out of this app is a camera with a fingerprint on it.

    Sentiment
    • Negative
    Content
    • Heart Rate Accuracy
    Jan 25, 2024
  • SCAM!

    This app is fake, I put a lemon up to my camera and it said the heart rate was 86bpm so yeah I guess lemons have blood pressure now.

    Sentiment
    • Negative
    Content
    • Heart Rate Accuracy
    Jan 17, 2024
  • Avoid InPulse

    I got the InPulse app and it wasn’t what I thought it was going to be so I wanted to CANCEL on the same day I got it. The agreement says I cannot simply delete the app to cancel. I looked for a billing section on the app could not find one. I messaged the support on the app several times over several days and NEVER received a single response.

    Sentiment
    • Negative
    Content
    • Cancellation and Refund
    Jan 12, 2024
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