We have seen in the last period many apps using smartphone’s camera lens in order to calculate the user’s heart rate…

This is not a difficult process, but it might takes several hours spending to think how to achieve this.

Why do we have to spend our times reinventing the wheel? Here comes what CoreHeart does.

CoreHeart is a Framework for iOS written in Swift, that fits this purpose. Embedding it in a Xcode project, any developer would be able to make his app capable of detecting user’s heart rate, within 10 lines of code.

Don’t you believe it? Check out the following code.

How to get this Framework?

Click here.

That’s it.