Stop using apps to measure your blood pressure

Modern smartphones have a wide array of sensors that make our interaction with them fast and seamless. An ambient light sensor enables your phone to adjust screen brightness automatically; an accelerometer makes YouTube videos go fullscreen when you hold the device sideways; some more advanced sensors like those on the Pixel 4 can even detect a hand waving in front of the phone.

However, a sensor that can’t be found in a smartphone is a blood pressure sensor. And that’s a serious problem.

Many apps on both the Play Store and the App Store claim they do things that they don’t really …

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