Here at Vital we believe improving your health is more fun when done with others. Now, you can connect with friends and community members who share your interests with our all new end-to-end friend finder.
When first signing up to Vital, you are prompted to share your address book, set up your profile using your Twitter account, and add your interests. All of this information, privately and securely stored, is used to recommend others to follow who are most relevant to you.
This includes friends and Twitter connections already on Vital, as well as others who are interested in the same topics as you. For example, interested in Zone 2 training? Find others also exploring this area, see what they’re up to, and share your health journey together.
Fixes page destination for notifications related to challenges
Improves the formatting of data sources on the Health tab
Adds logs of users who receive nudges in challenges
Adds a list of interests of users who are recommended to follow during onboarding
Hides null or empty values on sharing cards by default
Shows an empty calendar in sleep challenges whose start date is after the current date
Adds extreme weekly challenges
Fixes duplicate notifications being sent at a time
Improves the detection of duplicate workouts across different data sources
Completes a clean migration of data for all users connected to Fitbit
Fixes the Profile API returning incorrect user interests
Removes unwanted characters from phone before saving phone contacts
Adds backfilling of data for Fitbit users when the device is integrated
Removes summary cards logic that is no longer live
Adds a scenario to display reactions when the total is 0
Shows the calendar for daily progress in challenges when there are no values
We've introduced a new feature as part of community challenges that we call nudges. On the challenge leaderboard, you can "nudge" another participant using one of the available emojis. If they're doing mind-blowingly well, maybe send a 🤯. If they're a little behind their target, you can send a 🐢. Nudges are designed to encourage, motivate and have fun with one another.
Adds September monthly challenges
Adds a new nudge for users to send to others in challenges
Improves the ordering of leaderboards in daily target challenges
Shows the full challenge leaderboard before a challenge has commenced
At Vital, we're always on the lookout to understand what we can do to improve things for you. To make it easier for you to raise your voice, we've added our feature request and public product roadmap to the main app.
Simply select "My ideas" in the Feed and Health tabs to see and vote on feature requests made by the community. Add your own requests if you don't see them there.
You can also stay up-to-date with the status of your requests with email updates. We can't wait to continue co-building the Vital app alongside you.
Adds timezone syncing of workouts for global leaderboard calculations
Fixes a challenge appearing in the “joined challenges” section after joining it
Hides the “who to follow” section on the Feed if there is no one recommended to follow
Allows users to add feature requests in-app by selecting the “My Ideas” button in the Feed and Health tabs
Fixes certain notification messages not appearing correctly in the Notifications tab
Improves weight formatting to show one decimal place
Improves the tagging feature to not tag a user if there is text before the “@” symbol
Adds golden testing for current challenge widgets
Add weight synchronization on the FE
Adds FriendFinder queries for Twitter connections and users with mutual interests
Adds challenge nudge notifications
Fixes workout mapping types across different devices
Fixes inaccurate RHR values being shown on the Health tab
Fixes aggregate activity data for Garmin and Apple Watch to account for device switching
Adds Canny authorization for existing users
Adds HRV4Training to smart filtering to show data on the Health tab
The health tab is being revamped to provide a better understanding of your most recent data, baseline metrics, and important trends over time.
To begin, we’ve introduced a new view that shows your latest measurements across a selection of metrics. These include HRV, Resting HR, sleep, and weight. The data source and time of measurement show where and when these measurements were recorded.
Expect more views and trends coming soon.
Adds matches to other users who share similar interests to you
Improves loading times of select metrics
Allows more characters to be used for account names
Shows the latest weight measurement on the Health tab
Improves the Health tab by removing duplicate metrics
Allows users to grant access to their contacts for improved friend recommendations
Fixes challenge progress notifications to route to the correct challenge page
Vital is more fun with friends. Now, you can find your friends already on Vital by connecting your contact list. Furthermore, you can also invite friends to join you on Vital to improve your health together.
Enable access to your contacts during the initial onboarding so you can connect with friends and help find people to follow.
Adds integration tests for login and automation
Improves the formatting for direct comments on the feed
Adds the default values for customizing goals in the settings tab
Improves the UI of the “follow others” screen during onboarding
Adds more interest tags to user profiles
Adds latest measurement metrics, timestamps, and sources for metrics in the Health tab
Adds a feature toggle to the backend for improved testing
Account management on Vital just got a whole lot easier with SMS authentication for sign in.
No need to remember email and password credentials or go through the effort required to input them. We’ve shifted to SMS authentication for both new and existing users, meaning a more seamless experience for all.
Fixes the progress calendar on challenges with daily targets
Improves the display of activity rings on the Health tab
Removes duplicate HR graphs appearing on a sleep performance card when two devices are worn
Fixes incorrect sleep efficiency scores being presented on sleep performance reports
Updates daily sync to be asynchronous for larger windows
Improves naming consistency of devices in the Health tab
Starting today, Vital allows users to select and display their primary health interests.
The main purpose of this feature is to help users connect with other Vital members who share similar interests to them. This means better recommendations on who to follow, leading to more meaningful interactions and connections.
You can select your main interests during the initial onboarding, and these can always be adjusted later on your profile page.
These interests are shown on your profile, meaning others can see what you’re interested in, and vice versa.
In the future, more content and challenges will be recommended based on these interests.
Adds the ability to edit your daily activity goal targets in the settings tab
Fixes text misalignment when creating a post
Changes the copy used for sharing updates
Improves the size of the comment input on the Feed by making it smaller
Shows only finished challenges the user has participated in the Challenge tab
Improves the font formatting for links and mentions
Improves the UX for card customization
Fixes a formatting issue on the join challenges screen during onboarding
Adds interests to onboarding for users to connect with others of similar interests
Shows a user’s selected interests on their profile
Adds weight metrics from Apple Health
Improves the query to see challenges for improved performance
Improves the naming conventions for workout types across different devices
Allows users to see feeds of users they do not follow
We have introduced a new challenge format with daily targets to hit for the duration of the challenge. For example, our first challenge is focused on achieving consistent sleep for 7 days, with a daily target to sleep for at least 7 hours each day throughout the challenge.
Upon opening the app each day, you can see whether you achieved your goal or not, viewable in the progress section of the challenge page.
As with other challenges, you can see how other participants in the challenge are progressing. Learn from others, ask questions and start discussions with the group by tagging other users in posts. Encourage and motivate one another as each person works towards the challenge goal.
Give it a try! Challenges are commonly referred to as one of the best ways to stay accountable to one’s goals in a fun and approachable way. We’ve more coming when it comes to making challenges something community members can connect over.
Improves the formatting of the bottom card when adding a comment to a post
Fixes the possibility of adding the same username with or without caps
Shows the full username of a tagged user in a comment or post regardless of the text input used
Allows accents to be added to all main user account fields in the app
Shows the latest date and time when an activity card is shared
Shows the city and country of a user from when a post is shared
Adds monthly challenges for the month of July
Adds a sleep challenge with a 7-day daily target
Shows 30 days of previous Garmin data when a device is first synced
Adds daily goals for a profile on the BE
Adds phone numbers to users on the BE
Adds Eight Sleep to smart filtering for sleep metrics
Vital is all about documenting your health journey with friends. One of the main benefits of this practice is the accountability it provides.
Now we’re adding sharing functionality to our daily activity rings. This allows you to share your daily activity ring scores at the end of the day, stimulate conversations, and take further accountability in your day-to-day life.
Improves the loading of data on the Health tab
Fixes formatting in the comment flow
Improves commenting directly on the Home feed
Fixes certain emojis not appearing as expected
Adds the Garmin integration during onboarding
Updates the default sharing card size to be “square”
Fixes the padding on the comment card
Adds a profile image input during onboarding for profile creation
Adds sharing for activity rings
Updates copy from “exercise mins” to “workout mins”
Now we’ve made it a lot easier for you to invite your friends to the Vital app.
It goes without saying that sharing your health journey is a lot more fun and fulfilling with friends. Now you can invite your friends via any of your preferred channels by simply clicking an icon on the Home feed. This will prompt you to share your unique link through any relevant channels you have on your phone.
This is just a start, and we’ll be introducing more seamless ways to invite your friends shortly.
Adds tagging other users in comments
Adds a sync of birthdates to generate heart rate zones
Fixes text input not working as expected when creating a post
Improves challenge notifications to route to the general challenge page
Adds accented characters to regex during onboarding
Improves button formatting for lists
Allows users to invite friends using a unique link
Adds tracking for the invite
Improves the sharing flow to reduce errors when creating a post
Adds a notification when someone tags you in a post
Sends beta user information to Airtable via our API
Tagging other users in posts from anywhere in the app has arrived to Vital. This is especially useful for when you want to notify other people of specific questions or discussion items that might be particularly relevant to them. Each one of us has our own particular areas of interest, expertise and unique insights. Tagging allows for more seamless conversations and engagement to happen on Vital.
In addition, tagging in comments will be released in the coming days, again to foster deeper conversations.
When inputting text, press “@”, begin typing the name of the user you want to tag, and a list of users that fit your criteria will appear. Once you have found the user you are looking for, simply select that user, and away you go.
Improves technical elements of the Garmin integration
Shows the list of people who reacted to a post even if you are not following them
We’ve added a “for you” tab on the Home feed which highlights posts we believe will be of interest to you. You can learn, connect and get inspired by others, who might be experts in their field, have similar goals to you, or have other commonalities that make their content interesting.
By default, the “For You” tab will be shown. Press the “Following” tab to show a feed dedicated solely to those you are following.
The more you engage with Vital, the more likely this content will resonate with you. Let us know what you think!
Adds data to calculate HR zones
Adds improved analytics to the app
Fixes a crash which occurred after sharing a workout
Fixes a bug which showed a grey screen after joining a challenge
With our recent introduction of a wide suite of features (including improved interactions, challenges and sharing), we’ve released some updates to improve the overall performance and feel of the app. Your feedback has been awesome, and we’ve made improvements to reduce loading times, increase “smoothness” on the feed, and foster that feeling of delight.
As always, more to come!
Adds scroll to top of the feed when touching the top of the screen
Improves the copy used for notifications
Hides the “who to follow” list if all users are followed
Updates the personalization of users to follow during onboarding
Improves the formatting on sleep efficiency scores
Starting today, Vital lets you directly connect your Garmin device to your Vital account.
Vital is building a full suite of integrations with your favorite wearable devices and apps. We’ve added another direct integration to our list of data sources with this Garmin integration.
To connect your Garmin device, go to Settings > Devices > Garmin. Upon selecting the toggle, you will be redirected to Garmin’s website where you will be prompted to login using your Garmin credentials. Once complete, you will be redirected back to the Vital app, and data will now be automatically synced from your Garmin device.
This means your Garmin workouts, sleep and other metrics will be readily available in the Vital app. Track, analyze and share your Garmin data.
We’ll be continuing to add more direct integrations over the coming weeks and months. You can let us know which other integrations you would like to see at our public roadmap here.
Allows the user to see the most recent comments on a post when commenting themselves
Fixes a bug that slowed loading times on challenge pages
Adds auto refresh to each tab on the app for more up-to-date data
Adds commenting to posts directly on the feed
Adds daily activity rings on the Health tab
Improves the cache on each page
Improves the edit option on external sharing for easier access when typing
We introduced rings to help you track and stay accountable to your daily goals. There’s something so powerful about wanting to close each of those rings every single day!
To begin, our rings show your stats across three metrics: sleep, active calories and steps. You’re in complete control over what goals you want to set, or you can take our recommendation to start with.
The fun part is rings are now accessible to everyone, no matter what wearable or app you and your friends use. This makes things like tracking and sharing more accessible to more people.
Vital aims to facilitate positive behavior change to improve everyone’s health - we hope this is another step moving us in this direction.
Shows workout data in the Health tab for all data sources on Apple Health
Fixes a bug where health summary cards were not updating correctly
Improves commenting by allowing users to jump to new lines
Improves the copy for new follower notifications
Fixes posts loading slowly on profile pages
Improves the formatting on the post creation page
Shows an in-app form to raise issues and ask questions in the settings page
We’ve improved a core part of the Vital experience: the profile page.
To help users find and connect with one another, we’re helping users show off their personality, interests, and style in their own way. Now, users can more easily bond over areas of mutual interest.
This is done in a number of ways, including showing links to other social media accounts (including Twitter, Instagram, and Strava), larger profile images, opting to share one’s current location, more flexible profile bios, and a list of current interests.
Adds more available data sources from Apple Health
Fixes an issue with loading on the Health tab
Adds the ability for users to delete a post
Adds the join date of a user on their profile
Shows a user’s linked Twitter account on their profile
We’ve made it a whole lot easier to set up your profile on Vital: import from Twitter.
During initial sign-up, opt-in to connect your Twitter account with Vital. With just a touch of a button, by default you have your Twitter username, profile image and description added to your profile on Vital. From here, you’re able to make any adjustments you (tip: to get your favorite username before it’s too late!).
Smooth, simple and fast. Just how we like it.
Improves the design of suggested challenges to join
Adds images to full page views describing challenges
Improves the design of completed challenges in the challenge tab
Fixes the red dot highlighting notifications in the bottom navigation
Improves the color of the red dot notifications highlighter
Fixes the labelling of calories for greater accuracy
Adds titles to the Health page for improved clarity
Improves the syncing window to avoid missing records
Fixes the workout start time when customizing data cards
Adds the ability for users to visit other user profiles from a challenge leaderboard
Adds the workout start date and time on customizable sharing cards
Shows all text on a comment input in the home feed
Adds a redirect from challenge notifications to the appropriate challenge page
Shows the background color of the app as white
Improves the grouping of data sent to graphs for improved data visibility
Adds notifications highlighting updates pertaining to challenges
Adds a twitter profile field
Improves the order of suggested profiles to follow during initial signup
We now make it easier to find your friends on Vital, meaning you can start connecting with them right when you set up your profile.
On top of that, we’re also surfacing challenges on Vital which we think will resonate with your interests and goals.
After connecting your health data and setting up your profile, you’ll be shown suggested friends to connect with and recommended challenges to join. You can select multiple options at a time or simply press “maybe later” to return at a later time.
Adds a prompt at the end of onboarding to follow your friends on Vital
Adds a prompt at the end of onboarding to join recommended challenges
Shows the health tab after an activity card is shared externally
Improves the workout graph design aesthetic
Improves the labels for custom cards for greater consistency
Fixes the syncing of HR graphs in the Health tab
Improves the copy on the profile section of onboarding
Fixes the user login being remembered over time
Fixes a bug which prevented HR ranges being shown for the full period
Improves the list of finished challenges to show a max of 3 with an accompanying full page view
Fixes the auto-focus for the text input on the username screen during onboarding
Fixes the time-period labels for the HR graph in the Health page
Fixes cache issues which prevents the red dot notification from disappearing
Vital now supports more customization when it comes to sharing your health data and activities with others.
When pressing “Share” in the Health tab on any shareable component, you can opt-in to customize your card. This includes workouts, heart and sleep reports.
If you upload an image, you can adjust both brightness and blur by simply dragging using your finger. Touch and drag across the image to alter their levels, pushing out to the furthest corners for the highest strength.
Images by default show a number of core metrics associated with the card type. You’re in complete control. You can select what metrics you want to show or hide depending on the context and your intended audience.
Tell your story in your own way.
Shows "Avg HR" for sleep performance cards instead of RHR
Shows “-” instead of 0 for null metrics in the Health tab
Improves the workout labels in the Health tab
Improves the labels and formatting of challenges
Adds new visuals to improve the onboarding experience
Improves notification messages to have more personality
Replaces missing values for RHR temporarily until the measure is taken
Fixes the previous 7 days comparison for total sleep duration
Adds a new welcome email sequence for new joiners
Adds images to each challenge for improved aesthetics
Once you create your Vital account, you are given the option to opt-in to receive occasional emails from the Vital team. There are a number of reasons for these emails, which have been designed to both give you insights into your health, share guidance on how to make the most of the app’s features, and provide updates on all the new features coming your way.
We’ve designed these emails to hit your inbox throughout your first week of joining Vital. From our early adopters, we’ve noticed some commonalities with how they use the app to drive improved health outcomes. We share with you their actions to see if they resonate with you.
At Vital, we’re intent about building alongside our initial user base to create a truly game changing product. Our user’s feedback shapes what we build and our emails help you share your voice in an easy way.
Lastly, our line of communication is always open. Reach out to the team at any time.
Improves the copy of labels on the Me Feed for more clarity and delight
Shows finished challenges from newest to oldest
Adds haptic feedback to key actions in the app
Shows rolling 24 hours of HR data
Improves the copy and images used for connecting your health data in onboarding
Fixes the distance between the notification icon in the bottom tab
Fixes a bug which hide the leaderboard in challenges
Improves navigation to scroll to the top of each page upon double-click in the app
We’re making sharing your recent activities and health stats easier and more beautiful than ever before.
No more clunky screenshots. Your family, friends and social media following are in for a treat with brand new external sharing on Vital.
Now you can share your stats on Vital on platforms such as Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat, as well as other channels of your preference.
You can do so from the Health Tab by select the sharing icon on any chart in the daily log.
You’re in complete control as to what you want to show. Add an image as a background to the graphic which represents the story you want to tell. Show and hide metrics, charts and titles by using the toggles at the bottom of the screen.
We’re seeing lots of different use cases. Users are sharing pictures of them presenting to colleagues with their heart rate overlaid, beautiful sunsets seen during evening walks, and metallic dumbbells sitting in a weight room.
Find out how you’d best like to do it by playing around yourself on Vital.
Stay tuned for even more customization coming soon.
Improves the reactions and comments UI on posts on the feed
Improves the look of the notifications icon on the bottom tab
Improves empty state messaging if a user isn’t connected with other accounts
Hides weight and height requirements from the initial onboarding
Shows an empty state message if a user has no activity notifications
Shows a link to support in the settings page
Shows a link to the Terms & Conditions in the settings page
Fixes the count of followed profiles when following new users
Shows average heart rate for selected non-cardio workouts in the personal dashboard
Removes all prompts of unread notifications once the user leaves the notifications tab
Fixes the active challenges section to only show relevant challenges for the user
Fixes syncing of latest resting heart rate metrics in the personal feed
We’ve taken user profiles to another level. Now you can learn more about other users on Vital by visiting their profile page and having a browse.
Users can connect their Twitter and Instagram accounts so you can connect across social networks. You can see what challenges a user is actively participating, and what’s more, decide to tag along and join them in taking on that challenge.
All public posts shared by that user are also accessible on their profile page, so you can learn more about their activity, and see if you can apply any of their protocols to better yourself. Even better, you can connect with them and start up a conversation yourself.
See a users list of people they are following, as well as those who are following them, to get more inspiration of other accounts you would like to connect with as you go on your health optimization journey.
Social health, it’s the Vital way.
Improves the challenge view to be full page with the leaderboard easily viewable
Shows active and joined challenges in the challenges tab
Shows a record of all completed community challenges in the challenges tab
Updates the icons and style of the footer
Shows the number of notifications outstanding on a given tab
Fixes the conditional formatting on the personal health dashboard
Changes the social feed to display full width views
Fixes a bug which incorrectly showed workouts in the personal dashboard
Allows users to navigate back to the parent tab when selecting that icon
Changes copy for main titles in the app
Improves personal dashboard loading timing
Adds comment information to notification records from the backend
Adds reaction information to notification records from the backend
Your daily health log lets you see all your recent activities in one place. It’s a simple and fast way to see how you have most recently been performing across the areas of your health you care most about.
The feed is sorted from newest to oldest and the report is continuously updated each day depending on your activity levels.
A typical use case will be to check your daily report in the morning. Here you will understand your sleep performance for the night before, as well as your latest heart report showing stats like your Resting HR, HRV, and heart rate during the day. If you’ve just crushed a morning workout, your stats will also be on show.
You can see where this data is coming from if you use multiple wearables and apps.
All your data conveniently in one place.
Updates nav bar with new icons
Shows the challenges a user is currently competing in on their profile page
Allows users to share the title of their activity on the social feed
Improves the refresh of data on the personal data feed
Changes the settings page to be accessed from the user profile page
Fixes sync of extended workouts
Fixes the sleep calculation from previous nights
Fixes infinite load for users with no previous posts
Fixes the background color for reactions
Improves UI for reacting to posts on the social feed
Improves labeling and conditional formatting on summary cards
Shows if a user follows you when on their profile page
We’re introducing a new single-view dashboard of the primary health and activity metrics you care most about.
Now at any time of the day, you can answer the all-important question, “How am I doing right now?”
This snapshot provides a springboard for you to take action, whether that’s to get out and move a bit more, focus on a protocol to recover or relax, or simply feel more confident that you’re in touch with your mind and body.
These metrics are being pulled from a number of different apps and wearable devices connected to Apple Health, with more sources being added.
The default metrics for users to view relate to sleep, exercise (active calories, exercise minutes, steps) and heart (resting heart rate and HRV) stats.
Stay tuned for more customization coming soon.
Shows list of public posts by a user on their profile page
Shows a new challenge tab accessible from the bottom footer
Creates sync for active energy burned from Apple Health
Creates sync for daily steps from Apple Health
Updates heart rate sync from Apple Health
Changes activity and heart rate data to continuous updates
Allows users to directly access the related page a notification describes
Fixes overflow issues with comment icon on social feed
We’re introducing a well-designed comment and reaction system so you can receive support from peers and help you express yourself with other members of the Vital community.
There are a selection of reactions you can use to support, encourage and motivate your friends, filled with lots of character and personality. Add another dimension to your interactions with friends by sharing words of wisdom or good intentioned banter when they need it most.
As you share your health and fitness story with others, you’ll also be on the receiving end of this positive-sum exchange. See who reacts to your post, get an additional pep-in-your-step to get and maintain your motivation, and return the favor with others.
It’s social fitness made fun.
Shows a list of users who have reacted to a post
Shows a users complete record of notifications in the activity tab
Creates manual refresh swipes on the notification and social feed
Creates continuous data streams for sleep data to show real-time graphs
Fixes automatic logout issues
Updates to latest version of Flutter
Fixes text alignment on the social feed
Creates a new comment icon to encourage post discussions
Improves image quality for higher resolution icons
Now, Vital sends you notifications every time someone follows your account, reacts or comments on your post. Feel the positive energy from the Vital community as you share your updates on the social feed. You can expect lots of 🔥’s, insights, and words of encouragement.
You can fine-tune your notification preferences in settings by navigating to your profile. We’re all about fitting things around your preferences, so customize their settings to ensure notifications work for you.
When you do receive a notification, you can jump right into the relevant page on the app, and pick up the thread from there. It’s social made easy.
Improves comment inputs for a smoother commenting experience
Creates a new sleep graph showing sleep cycle times over certain time periods
Shows the comments and details of a post on the social feed
Creates the ability to comment on a post
Creates secure storage after first unlock to keep users optionally signed in
Improves input rules in sign up, sign in and password areas to reduce errors
We’re introducing sleep in Vital to give you a better understanding of one of the most crucial aspects of your health (and some say the most important and it’s “not even close”).
At the touch of a button, use the sleep feature in the Vital app to understand your sleep performance last night, see sleep trends over time and discover how your sleep is related to other key metrics also available in the app (such as your activity levels and heart metrics).
To start with, check out metrics such as your total sleep duration and your sleep efficiency (the percentage of time we spend asleep while in bed).
To display your sleep, simply navigate to the “Me” feed . Here you can see your most recent sleep performances. You can dive-in to discover more details.
Got a great night of sleep after implementing a new protocol? Or have questions on your sleep trends that you’d love to explore? Share with friends through the Vital app and get their input. There’s a whole community out there waiting for you!
Cleans images for higher quality resolutions and faster loading times
Creates a new view to access active challenges in the feed
Fixes the token response when an error is made in the app
Displays the time in local time zones to show accurate activity data
Creates the ability to add dynamic links to the app
Improves the navigation across to app to include a toolbar and top line navigation
Improves the ease of signup by automatically filling sync’d fields
Creates automated token refreshes to sync data from other wearables
Fixes the display of heart rate data to avoid showing null values
Creates new running and walking challenges
Improves graph library plus other fun backend improvements
Creates push notification model to send notifications to user’s devices
We’ve drastically improved the speed and smoothness of the app. You’ll notice this most when scrolling through the social feed, sharing posts with friends, and reviewing your health data across different time periods. Most notably, users see bottom cards transition with ease and can navigate back and forth to explore both the community feed and find their own personal health data.
For the user, these pages offer a social feed experience combined with the elegance of detailed analytics. We have more ambitious plans for these pages; stay tuned!
Fixes resting heart rate sync to take the last recorded value from Apple Health
Fixes profile name and surname edit functionality
Improves the Golden Test to ensure design consistency across the app
Fixes data not showing in the analytics page
Improves the appearance of null values for users with no recently recorded data
Creates infinite loading on the social feed
Connects sleep data with the API
Fixes user profile directly updating when edits have been saved
Improves the social feed to auto update every 60 seconds
We’re introducing heart data in Vital to give you a detailed lens into some of the most important numbers you should know about your health. Over time, these indicate your overall recovery and readiness scores, as well as alert you to potential health areas to explore.
In your personal dashboard, see the “Heart” section to see key metrics such as your Heart Rate Variability (HRV), Resting Heart Rate (RHR) and latest heart rate readings.
Get to know your heart metrics, alongside other key pillars of your health, all in one place in the Vital app.
Curious as to why your resting heart rate might have increased over the past few weeks? Want to share the effects of meditation and improved sleep on your HRV? Share through the Vital app and get input from the wider community. Tell your story!
Adds heart rate API
Creates a smoother experience when opening bottom sheets
Improves the labelling of activity graphs
Improves the image quality of shared posts on the social feed
Improves the understandability of error messages for invalid usernames during onboarding
Improves syncing to only save valid data
Enables a smoother scrolling experience on the social feed