New Features are Coming!

cardiogram Features

Now that Spring has officially sprung, we’d like to celebrate by springing some new features on you! 

You can expect them to start sprouting up in your Cardiogram app in the coming months.

Before we take a look at what’s to come, we’d first like to give a very special thanks— from the bottom of our hearts—to those 44,000 of you (wow!) who acted as the “sunshine” for our A-fib and Migraine Projects. Because of your feedback and participation, you, and others who suffer from these conditions, will soon get to reap your harvest.

Many of the seeds Cardiogram has planted will be reaching full maturity in the coming months. Here’s what you have to look forward to:

Migraine Detection

Are you or one of your family members one of the 35 million individuals in the US or 1 billion worldwide who suffer from migraines? What if there was an early warning system that alerted you when the conditions were right for one to develop using the data from your current smartwatch? More on this feature coming soon… 

Improved Habit Tracking and Tagging

For those with a specific condition, wouldn’t it be so much easier if you could be reminded to take your medication on time? Or to track a symptom? Or even to keep a regular log of your blood pressure reading automatically using a Bluetooth cuff. Well, soon you can. 

New Trending and Risk Score Reporting 

Have you ever wanted to see how your current risk score for diabetes compared to last month? Or 3 months ago? Or, for our early Cardiogram Fam members, how about 3 years ago? And what if you could view these trends as a simple trending line? We’re on it!   

Guided Condition Management/Prevention Tracks

So, your risk scores for a condition are increasing… Now what?! How about some suggestions to steer clear of future risks from the American Heart Association, Cardiologists, or even our in-house clinicians? 

New Partners 

Just like our sleep apnea partner, Ognomy, we have a few more friends we’d like to introduce you to in 2023, including those who can confirm high-risk of diabetes or a-fib, as well as offer additional tools for sleep, diet, and exercise.
So, stick around Cardiogram Fam! The trees are blooming, flowers are flowering, and Cardiogram is bursting with new features and functions. Thanks for taking the journey with us.


Cardiogram app shown on phone and smart watch


Cardiogram app shown on phone and smart watch