Though it helps track your blood pressure readings, Blood Pressure Tracker leaves out some useful conveniences.
The freeware program's bleak graphical user interface lets you log systolic and diastolic blood pressure as well as your pulse. You can input as many readings a day as you need to and the program can calculate the average BP for specific dates. However, unlike similar programs, this one doesn't offer graphs and chart options to track high and low readings. We're able to print logs using this tool, though it doesn't provide a preview option and you can't modify the simple reports. Even so, the Blood Pressure Tracker gets the job done, and while it may be no-frills it's also no-charge.
Tracks your blood pressure. Stores Systolic, Diastolic and Pulse and gives you an average or printout over a selected period of time. Allows multiple entries on any giving day. You can set the record day to track days you forgot inputting your results.