New Graphs: SweetBeatLife Update!

Yes, you read it right! There is a SweetBeatLife update available, which includes brand new enhanced graphs. The graphs are completely interactive and allow for a better view of your SweetBeatLife metrics.

Key features of the new graphs:

  • Zoom in by putting your pointer finger and thumb on the graph and moving your fingers away from each other. Double tapping the graph can also be used to zoom in.
  • Zoom out by using the same two fingers and making a pinching motion.
  • By holding your finger down on the graph, you will create cross hairs to pinpoint.
  • There is a yellow circle with an “I” in the middle of it in the top right corner which opens up the graph’s key.
  • Turning your phone to the left will give you a landscape view.

Note: If you do not see these graphs when you open SweetBeatLife, this means you have to manually install the update. You can do this by going to your App store, click on the bottom right tab labeled Updates, and install the SweetBeatLife update.

See below for examples of the new graphs:





We have been constantly working on SweetBeatLife to make it the most full functioning heart rate variability (HRV) application you’ve ever used. We hope you enjoy these new graphs as much as we do!

Happy Quantifying!

6 thoughts on “New Graphs: SweetBeatLife Update!

    1. sweetwaterhrv Post author

      Hi David,

      These new graphs are not real-time. However, while you are running a session, turn your phone to the left to see a landscape, real-time view of your RRs. If you click on RR in the top right corner, you can see the rest of the metrics in real-time. You should be able to see your PACs in both real time and if you zoom into the new interactive graphs (mentioned in this blog post).


    1. sweetwaterhrv Post author

      Hi Jean-Claude! This was added by our engineers to clue our users into the accuracy of their sessions. These red curves can stand for ectopic, out of bounds or incomplete beats due to bad contacts (not enough moisture on heart rate monitor straps) or bad strap. If you see one or two of these in a session, it’s not a big deal. If you’re seeing a lot of them, then you might need to replace your strap. I hope this helps! Cheers – Rado

  1. Kyle

    I’m kind of annoyed I bought the Bulletproof branded version of this app. It has still not seen this update…

    1. sweetwaterhrv Post author

      Hi Kyle, I’m very sorry about the inconvenience! We are working on getting the graphs into our white label applications. This includes NatureBeat and Stress Detective. We have one engineer who does all of the updates so it takes a bit longer than we would like! Please stay tuned and we’ll get you updated as soon as we can. Cheers – Rado


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