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Blood Pressure from Google Fit

Fit API appears to support blood pressure reading. Considering Fit is already a service for Exist, should be an easy add.

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Tagged as New feature

Suggested 08 April 2018 by user Al Wilde

Moved into Not possible/Seek alternatives 28 September 2022

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  • 08 April 2018 Al Wilde suggested this task

  • 09 April 2018 Josh Sharp approved this task

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    Blood pressure can now be tracked natively in Google Fit app with the latest version (2.01.22-130)

    25 August 2018
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    Just about to start tracking my blood pressure w/ Nokia/Withings wireless cuff gadget and this could be very useful (and is generally an important thing for people past 45ish years old, tracking mid-to-long term trends in this)

    31 August 2018
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    Yes please! If you could separate systolic and diastolic and track average for week/month just like BP that would be a great start.

    I’ve spent the last month tracking this health mate/Google fit and it would be great to see what tags are affecting the numbers!

    27 September 2018
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    quardio does sync BP to Gfit as well

    09 October 2018
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    I use an omron device which has a rather crude API. It does export to google fit, however.

    I am a big +1 for being able to track this as well!

    10 June 2019
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    I also have a Omron connect device that I sync with gfit. Tracking blood pressure is one of my main reasons for tracking health stats at all! This would be a major upgrade as I’m particularly interested in what correlations I can find with this. I.e. does it correlate more closely with changes in job stress (productivity, events, etc) vs eating well and exercising.

    Help me prevent my seemingly inevitable heart attack and diabetes! :)

    03 February 2020
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    Definitely need a way to bring in blood pressure from some Android-friendly source. This is something I’ve wanted for quite a while.

    04 April 2021
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    I have Qardio and Omron BP meters, both of them upload to Google Fit. I’ve tracked my BP daily manually for >1 year, and noticed a correlation with sleep. Undersleeping = BP goes up 5-10 points, would be great to expose this to more users

    17 February 2022
  • 28 September 2022 Belle Cooper moved this task into Not possible/Seek alternatives

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    Unfortunately Google is locking down almost all Google Fit data and adding barriers we can’t get around, so we won’t be able to add this data from Google Fit.

    28 September 2022