“KardiaMobile is my first line of defense.”
Shannan, Kansas City, MO
Take a medical-grade EKG anytime, anywhere. In just 30 seconds, detect normal heart rhythm or AFib.View Details
The world's first FDA-cleared EKG with artificial intelligence for Apple Watch®.View Details
Just put your fingers on the sensors—no wires, patches or gels required.
Starting at $99 with free shipping in the US. And you can pay with pre-tax dollars using your FSA, HSA or HRA.
Check in with your heart on the go. Just slip it in your pocket or wear it on your wrist.
FDA-cleared, medical-grade EKG recordings. 30-day money-back guarantee if you're not satisfied.
Track data over time or email medical-grade recordings directly to your doctor for review.
Every purchase of KardiaMobile includes our basic service free of charge. Unlock comprehensive control of your heart health with a Premium membership for $99/year1 (Free trial for 30 days2).
|Basic||Premium(Required for KardiaBand)|
|Take recordings anytime, anywhere|
|Instant EKG analysis|
|Detect normal heart rhythm or AFib|
|Email and print unlimited EKG recordings|
|Unlimited cloud storage and history|
|Customized monthly reports mailed to your home to share with your doctor3|
|Blood pressure tracking4|
|Tracking weight and medication|
|SmartRhythm monitoring and notifications for Apple Watch|
1. USD only. Click here for Premium pricing in your country.
2. Your 30-day free trial begins from the time you create an account with the Kardia App. After 30 days, you'll have the option to purchase Premium for $9.99/month or $99/year (20% savings) or continue to use Basic.
3. US only.
4. Omron monitor pairing available in the US only. Manual blood pressure entry available on Kardia compatible Android mobile devices worldwide. Manual blood pressure entry coming soon for Apple iOS mobile devices outside the US.
Starting at USD $99
“It is an accurate, informational, cost effective tool providing peace of mind for both me and my family as well as an important medical diagnostic and communication tool between me and my cardiology team”