The Best Heart Apps for 2019


Now that the end of the year is fast approaching, many will begin to plan out their top goals and resolutions for the new year. One of the most common resolutions is engaging in better health and fitness habits. Our friends at the Alliance for Aging Research and Healthline have recently shared the best heart disease apps of 2018 to get your new year started on the right track.

The list features a number of free and paid apps for Apple OS and Android devices, and includes monitors for your heart rate, blood pressure, and trackers that can identify different types of fitness activity. Browse the list, originally posted on Healthline, and find the right fit for your new year health goals.

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