New version 10.2 is released and available now in AppStore.
- Added iOS 11 and iPhone X support.
- Fixed bug when the front reading values don't update with new values if you created them 'in future' date.
New version 10.0 is released and available now in AppStore.
- Added HealthKit support, you can use two-way sync for initial data exchange and activate one-the-fly storing newly entered values in the Healt application. 
There are now 2 versions of each application:
- Paid 'Pro' version - all features are available and all paid applications are upgraded now to 'Pro' version.
- Free version -  You can try is it really what you need without any obligations. You can eventually unlock all 'Pro' features or/and buy paid 'Pro' version if you need to keep records for two people.
ps. Cameras on new iPhones are really good -  iHeart can now measure you heart rate even if you point the camera at your face.

- added iPhone 6, 6s, 6 plus and 6s plus support.

- added IOS 9.1 support.

- added ability to save backups and documents into iCloud Drive to share them across all your devices.

- fixed some issues with statistics calculation.

- fixed some issues with AirSync.

- fixed some issues with AirPrint.  

... and PDF reports creation are fixed now.

All applications are rewritten for upcoming iOS 8 compatibility and to fix some issues: 

- 64-bit CPU support.

- Code is rewritten for upcoming iOS 8 support.

- iCloud fix (it used to stop iCloud sync sometimes).

- Editor fix (it used to fail saving edited record sometimes).

- AirSync is made more stable.

- Added a few context hints (f.e. how to add the second medication record).


Additional fixes for iHeart - Pulse Reader: 

- Fixed interaction with camera (App used to crash sometimes while measuring).

- The popup list of sensors contains now only available hardware of your device.