BIOS Diagnostics Blood Pressure and Fever Apps

(October 29, 2022)

BIOS BPiQ/MediLink Users,

The much awaited date for our MediLink App launch has come! As excited as we are to welcome it to our library of helpful tools we provide to our customers, there were some unforeseen speedbumps that have come to light.

We wish to apologize for some inconveniences that may have arisen for you during your first pairing attempts.  Please rest assured, any hiccups that arise during the early days will be ironed out as soon as possible!

Pairing your Bluetooth Device:

Some of you may have experienced an issue that was not allowing you to pair your device after selecting the specific model image from the list. After making some adjustments this should no longer be present. Please update the App if you have an available software update, and try again.

If you are still having troubles please try the following instructions:

You may be able to pair your Bios BP monitor with the app by selecting the BIOS Protocol 7D MII BD245 model, instead of your current model, the instructions to do so are below. If you do this and follow the instructions for pairing, you should be able to successfully pair your device with the MediLink app (regardless of the model you own).

  1. Select Add Bluetooth BP Monitor
  2. Select BIOS Protocol 7D MII BD245
  3. Follow the in-app instructions and select ‘Yes’ where applicable.

Health Data Transfers:

It is our priority to make sure any previous health data from within the last year is made available to you, and transferred from the BPiQ App, into the MediLink App. Some customers experienced an issue where their data was not transferred after re-setting their passwords.

This mainly stemmed from case sensitivity when the email address was originally entered into the BPiQ app, versus how it was entered into the MediLink App. We have run a second migration that should resolve any accounts that were missed to begin with. This should fix most of these problems within the next 48hours.

There were some accounts, however, that were created with emails or usernames that were misspelled when accounts were created. If this is the case, it is difficult for us to identify these. If you are still having problems seeing your data after the second migration is performed, please let us know if you would like us to investigate this further.

Data migration for more recent health history is being compiled and will transfer at a future date. If you notice that after the second data migration, you are still missing history from September 8th onwards, please do not be alarmed. This is the date range we are currently working on. We are diligently focusing on getting this data pulled and added to your updated accounts as soon as possible!

Thank you again for your patience, and we apologize for the inconvenience caused.

Lancement de l'application MediLink


Aux utilisateurs de l’application BPIQ/MediLink de BIOS,

Le jour tant attendu pour le lancement de notre application MediLink est enfin arrivé ! Aussi enthousiastes que nous soyons à l’idée de l’ajouter à notre bibliothèque d’outils utiles que nous offrons à nos clients, nous avons dû cependant faire face à de petites complications.

Nous tenons à nous excuser pour certains désagréments qui ont pu survenir lors de vos premières tentatives d’appariement. Soyez assuré que tout problème survenant au cours des prochains jours aura toute notre attention et sera résolu le plus rapidement possible !

Appariement de votre appareil Bluetooth :

Certains d’entre vous ont peut-être rencontré un problème qui ne vous permettait pas d’apparier votre appareil après avoir sélectionné l’image du modèle spécifique dans la liste. Après avoir fait quelques ajustements, cela ne devrait plus se reproduire. Veuillez mettre à jour l’application si vous disposez d’une mise à jour logicielle disponible, puis réessayez.

Si vous rencontrez toujours des problèmes, veuillez essayer les instructions suivantes :

Vous pourrez apparier votre moniteur BIOS BP avec l’application en sélectionnant le modèle BIOS Protocol 7D MII BD245, au lieu de votre modèle actuel; les instructions pour ce faire se trouvent ci-dessous. En procédant ainsi et en suivant les instructions d’appariement, vous devriez pouvoir coupler avec succès votre appareil avec l’application MediLink (quel que soit le modèle que vous possédez).

  1. Sélectionnez « Add Bluetooth BP Monitor » (ajouter un moniteur Bluetooth BP).
  2. Sélectionnez le « BIOS Protocol 7D MII BD245 » (protocole BIOS 7D MII BD245).
  3. Suivez les instructions de l’application et sélectionnez

«Yes » (oui), le cas échéant.

Transferts des données de santé :

Notre priorité est de nous assurer que toutes vos données de santé de l’année dernière sont disponibles et transférées de l’application BPiQ vers l’application MediLink. Certains clients ont rencontré ce problème : leurs données n’avaient pas été transférées après la réinitialisation de leur mot de passe.

Cela est principalement dû à la sensibilité à la casse lorsque l’adresse de courriel a été initialement saisie dans l’application BPiQ, par rapport à la façon dont elle a été saisie dans l’application MediLink. Nous avons exécuté une deuxième migration qui devrait résoudre tous les problèmes sur les comptes concernés. Cela devrait résoudre la plupart de ces problèmes dans les prochaines 48 heures.

Cependant, il apparaît que certains comptes auraient été créés avec des adresses courriel ou des noms d’utilisateur mal orthographiés. Si tel est le cas, il nous sera difficile de les identifier. Si vous rencontrez toujours des problèmes pour visualiser vos données après la deuxième migration, veuillez nous informer si vous souhaitez que nous approfondissions cette question.

La migration des données pour les antécédents médicaux les plus récents est en cours de compilation et sera transférée à une date ultérieure. Si vous remarquez qu’après la deuxième migration de données, il vous manque toujours l’historique à partir du 8 septembre, ne vous inquiétez pas : il s’agit de la plage de dates sur laquelle nous travaillons actuellement. Toute notre attention se porte sur l’extraction et l’ajout de ces données à vos comptes mis à jour dès que possible !

Merci encore pour votre patience, et veuillez nous excuser pour la gêne occasionnée.

(October 7, 2022)

We are excited to announce a new and improved platform to help you monitor your health needs, and track your trends over time!

As of mid October, an update will become available, that will transition your BIOS BPiQ App into the MediLink by BIOS app. As a current user, once updated, you will follow the prompts to re-set your password using the original email you originally signed up with. This will allow for the transfer of your personal health data from the past 12 months, so you won’t lose the important history that you share with your health professionals.

Your newly updated App will also get a face lift! The new App Icon will now display as:

What Are some Of The Changes?

Don’t worry! The MediLink by BIOS App will still have all of the features you’ve come to love, but will now be more intuitive to use.

Use the App with your Bluetooth enabled BIOS monitor to accurately and efficiently calculate blood pressure averages that provide key insights into your heart health. Automatically transfer blood pressure readings from your device, or manually enter your values from a non-Bluetooth enabled monitor.

Home to a new feature, the App now hosts Swipe Averaging, allowing you to quickly grasp a selection of dates from your calendar, to provide you with specific health data and averaging insight.

Upload your data directly to your healthcare provider’s portal from within the App*, or export your data as a .csv file and send via email to your Doctor!

Why Did We Make This Change?

The new platform of our App, is a tested, successful application already in use in other markets. It has excellent reviews, and hosts a more user friendly, instinctual interface. 

In addition, this App is soon to evolve into your go to hub to monitor not only Blood Pressure, but temperatures from both fever and basal thermometers, pulse and SpO2 levels from Pulse Oximeters, health and wellness information from bathroom scales, and fitness information from exercise watches! This App will be able to expand along with BIOS’s product line up!

What Do You Need To Do?

Simply make sure your phone is set up for automatic App updates. Or, periodically check to ensure your App is up to date in your App settings. When the update is released, you will automatically be upgraded to the new platform.  

We hope you enjoy using the updated App more than ever before! As always, BIOS is here to help! If you have any questions or concerns please reach out to our team at

*Healthcare providers must first register for the clinician WebApp.


(August 24, 2022)

We are working hard to keep everything up to date! Unfortunately, this means that the App is going to be unavailable, while undergoing maintenance. This outage will take place beginning Monday, August 29th, 2022. We hope to be back up and running in less time, so check back often!

Nous nous efforçons d’assurer la mise à jour continue de l’application! Malheureusement, cela signifie que l’application ne sera pas disponible pendant la maintenance. Cette interruption aura lieu à partir du lundi 29 août 2022. Nous espérons que l’application sera en service à nouveau très rapidement. Entretemps, soyez à l’affut des mises à jour!


(May 19, 2022)

To our Valued iOS Users,

We appreciate your patience while we have been working through making the BPiQ app compatible with iOS 15.4.1. 

We have a few large updates being launched over the coming weeks with this first update going live in the coming days. For some, you may notice that the app will look a little different, rest assured this is temporary.

This update also has the following fixes:

  • Network Error messages/Bluetooth Stability & Connectivity Issues/Syncing Issues
  • Exporting your measurements to a workable CSV file by email
  • BPiQ app is compatible with iOS 14-15.4.1

We want to keep our users as informed about the app updates as possible.  In saying that, there are some features throughout the app that are still not functioning as they should.  When iOS 15.4.1 launched, our app become incompatible with the update.  Our main focus was to get the app up and running so you could sync your BIOS Blood Pressure Machine measurements to the app and download those important readings.  

Here is the list of features still being worked on:

  • Updating the navigation and menu selection
  • For iPad users, the graphs are not responding to the size of an iPad screen. 
  • Permanently deleting measurements
  • Symbols may appear in the user name field
  • Apple Health Sync


(May 6, 2022)

Our team has been working through the various issues with the connectivity and Bluetooth. They are still working on fixes for this issue with iOS 15.4.2.

We thank you for your patience and apologize for the inconvenience. Please continue to check back for status updates.


Data Syncing Troubleshooting:

Step 1: Make sure the BP device is off
Step 2: Disconnect BP Device Bluetooth connection in the settings of the App
Step 3: Log out of the App and make sure to Quit the Apps in the background of the device
Step 4: Log back into the APP then turn on the BP Device
Step 5: In the App, Go to Settings -> Bluetooth -> Accept the permission -> Select Device -> Confirm the connection
Step 6: Wait for the data syncing process to start the Bluetooth connection pop-ups will appear and the information should start to sync 
Step 7: Go to the Measurement Screen to review the data

BIOS Medical


(May 3, 2022)

Recently Apple released their latest software: Apple iOS 15.4.1.

Due to this software update, many permissions related to Bluetooth have changed. Like many other Apps, the BPiQ App is experiencing connectivity issues. Our team is working diligently on fixing the connectivity problems and we hope everything will be resolved by the end of this week.

Please check back for further status updates. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience.

BIOS Medical


(May 2, 2022)

Both apps have been updated and are now LIVE on the Apple and Google Play store:

iOS version v2.1 (12.0) – compatible with devices 14.4 to 15.4.1

Android version 3.3.9 – compatible with devices 8 to 11

BIOS Medical


(April 4, 2022)

An Android 12 update this month has caused some log-in conflicts with our BPiQ app. Our BIOS team is actively working on correcting these conflicts. Please note the BPiQ Android App is now currently compatible with Android devices 6.0 to 11.0. Please continue to check our website or the Google Play Store for further App updates. We appreciate your patience. Thank you

BIOS Medical


March 21, 2022

An Android 12 update this month has caused some log-in conflicts with our BPiQ app. Our BIOS team is actively working on correcting these conflicts. Please note the BPiQ Android App is now only compatible with Android devices 8 and up. Please continue to check our website or the Google Play Store for further App updates. We appreciate your patience.

Thank you,

BIOS Medical



September 24th, 2020

Please note our BIOS Apps was updated and are now working.

Troubleshooting Guide Click here

Thank you for your patience

BIOS Medical


September 1st, 2020

To our App Users;

Every hour our servers do a back up maintenance.  In that 1 minute of maintenance there might be a "Network Error" appearing on the screen.  This will only last 30 seconds to 1 minute.  Please wait and try again and the "Network Error" will go away.

Again for any other issues please check out our Trouble shooting Guide.

Troubleshooting Guide Click here

Thank you,

BIOS Medical


August 24th, 2020

Please note our BIOS Apps was updated and are now working.

Troubleshooting Guide Click here

Thank you for your patience.

BIOS Medical


August 11th, 2020

Please note both of our App's are experiencing server issues currently.   You may receive the "Network Error" message.

We apologize for the inconvenience this has caused to our users and we are working on having this corrected as soon as possible.

Thank you,

BIOS Medical


August 6th 2020

Please note our BIOS Apps was updated and are now working.

Thank you for your patience.

BIOS Medical


July 30th 2020

To Our App Users,

Please note both of our App's are experiencing server issues currently.  

We apologize for the inconvenience this has caused to our users and we are working on having this corrected as soon as possible.

Thank you,

BIOS Medical


June 8th, 2020

BIOS Precsiontemp 

Please note on June 4th, 2020 our BIOS Precisiontemp App was updated and is now working for iOS users.

Thank you for your patience.

BIOS Medical

June 3rd, 2020

BIOS Precisiontemp

Please note that our BIOS Precisiontemp App is currently not working for iOS users. Our team has been working with ITunes to get this resolved as quickly as possible. There will be an update to the App in 48 hours that will resolve this issue.

The Ear Thermometer does work independently of the App.

The Ovulation Thermometer will also continue to work independently of the App as long as it has already been paired/synced to the App. If you have a new Ovulation Thermometer you do have to do an initial sync to the App to be able to get the Thermometer working. Unfortunately until the App is working it will not be able to sync and take temperatures. If you have an second device that runs Android, you can register a secondary e mail on that device to do the initial set up to sync the thermometer to the App so that it will start working. Then when the iOS is up and running you can register your main e mail on that platform and download the reading from the Thermometer into the App. Please note do not use the same e mail on both iOS and Android, it will not work correctly.

Our team is working diligently to get this resolved as quickly as possible.

There is no issues with the Android version of the App.

We thank everyone for their patience.

BIOS Medical


To Our App Users,

With the launch of both App’s last week and over the weekend we have noticed a few issues that need to be addressed.

Users looking for the BP Tool Box:

Apple Users:

  • Please note; that the one of features in the update was a new look, icon and name.  When searching for the App please search for BPIQ.  Please do not put any spaces in BPIQ.  You can also click on the link below:

  • Please update the app from the app store with the latest version published May 6th, 2020.
  • For some users that already downloaded the App last week there was an update to the App.  For some it will update automatically and for others you will have to go into the App store and update it there.
  • You will have to allow the App to access your Bluetooth for the Blood Pressure machine to communicate correctly.
  • When updated and you encounter the 'Network Error' please uninstall the app completely, restart your device and re-download the from the App store.

Android Users:

  • One of the updates done was a new look and icon and name. When searching for the App please search for BPIQ. Please do not put any spaces in BPIQ. You can also click on the link below:

  • Please note; There was an update to the App this morning.  It is live on Google Play which should solve any and all crash issues.  Those with the BPIQ App from last week can still login; this update fixes the crash errors for older Android devices. 
  • Uninstall the current version of the App on your device
  • Go to the Google Play store and look for BIOS BPiQ App
  • Install the new App

    We thank everyone again for their continued patience.

    BIOS Medical