Heart Emergency SOS
for iPhone and Apple Watch
RscMe monitors changes of your heart rate. You receive a notification if your heart rate is too high or too low.
A text message with your name, location, and heart rate will be sent to your selected emergency contacts.
For older people living alone
Apple Watch® checks your heart rate once every 10 minutes. When your heart rate is too high or too low, RscMe sends a notification and an emergency message.
For people with heart diseases
When you experience symptoms of heart problems, you can immediately check your heart rate on your Apple Watch with the RscMe Apple Watch app.
For adrenaline and workout lovers
Apple Watch detects critical heart rate in various situations, such as accidents or during workouts. An emergency message includes your location to track you down.
Heart Emergency Notifications FREE
When your heart rate is exceeding your maximum heart rate or dropping critically low, you receive an emergency notification.
Works with Apple Watch's heart rate monitor
RscMe monitors your heart rate in the background. You do not have to open the app to use it.
After configuring the app on iPhone, install the app on your Apple Watch (via the iPhone’s Watch app).
Set up the passcode lock
You will need to set up (Require after 4 hours) or turn off the passcode lock on your iPhone.
According to Apple's requirements for working with health-related data, only when your iPhone is unlocked can we access your health data and monitor your heart rate.
Heart Emergency SMS Service PAID
When your heart rate is too high or too low, a text message will be sent to your selected emergency contacts (available through in-app purchase).
Help when you need it
The emergency text message includes your name, location, and heart rate. Your iPhone needs to be connected to the Internet (Wi-Fi/cellular) in order to send an emergency message.
We do not store your personal data
When you use the RscMe app, you allow us to access your health data, location and contacts. With this information, we can send emergency notifications and text messages. Because we respect your privacy, we do not store any of your personal data.
What others say
This app is useful for older people that suffer from various heart diseases and are living alone, for safer workouts, helping you to avoid burnouts. RscMe might also help in case of car, bike or various other accidents that leave you unconscious.Read more
Frequently asked questions
If you can't find an answer to your question, please contact us. We're happy to help.
Both (Min and Max) heart rate limits are fixed by design. RscMe uses the widely respected calculation for the maximum heart rate: HRmax = 208 − (0.7 × age). This formula is based on the clinical study from Tanaka, Monahan and Seals published in Journal of the American College of Cardiology (Vol. 37, Issue 1) in January 2001. The low end is also fixed, at 40.
The RscMe app is compatible with all models of Apple Watch.
- Go to your iPhone’s Settings and disable Touch ID or Face ID for iPhone Unlock.
- Set the “Require Passcode” option to “After 4 hours” (recommended) or turn Passcode off.
The RscMe app reads the heart rate data from your iPhone's Health app. So if your Fitbit is connected and heart rate data synchronised with iPhone's Health, it will work.
Get your heart under control
RscMe is an easy-to-configure application. You can set up the app within a few easy steps on your iPhone.
The app is available in English, Chinese, Spanish, Arabic, Russian, German, French, and Czech.