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About this app

The SmartLog app (application) is designed as an accessory to the i-SENS Blood Glucose Monitoring System and is intended to help users track and monitor their blood glucose levels by providing the following features.
(1) Transfer data from your meter to your mobile phone. (OTC cable, NFC)
(2) Analyze data using various graphs.
(3) Meal, insulin, medications and other information can be added and stored manually.
(4) Share your blood glucose data and other health information with your healthcare provider via email, SMS and Push.

* Measurements downloaded on to the application from the meter in mmol/L units may have a difference of +/- 0.1mmol/L depending on the calculation method of below hundredths decimal points.

*Access Permission Information
In order to provide the service, the following access rights are required.
In the case of optional access rights, basic functions of the service can be used even if not allowed.

[Optional access rights]
- Phone : For check unique identification information.
- Storage space : For importing albums and sharing data.
- Location : Purpose of searching for connectable Bluetooth devices.
- Camera : Purpose of taking a picture and inputting it when manually inputting.
- Alarm : Used for informational purposes.
Updated on
Jul 20, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Health and fitness
This app may collect these data types
Personal info, Health and fitness and 2 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

904 reviews
Bill Frisbee
June 30, 2021
I like it synchronizes with Samsung Health, that was my big requirement. It records some other data points too, which is nice BUT, and this is something of a problem, it doesn't seem to sync reliably and it seems if I put in too much information it loses the value for my glucose test, which is kind of the entire purpose here. I use a CareSens N Plus and come on. . . that is the last bit of data I want to lose. Sync between the device and phone also seems to be quirky and unreliable sometimes.
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Dennis Carwyr
November 9, 2021
It does sync my glucose measurement with Samsung Health (the reason I got the meter and app in the first place). It does not sync over what the category is (always setting it to "General"), and the app, while it has places to enter other info, it isn't really user-friendly (or even useful). One good example of that is "food", where you can enter the grams of carbs you consumed. That's it, no foods themselves or the like.
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Jim Shank
March 1, 2021
My oldmeter was better (OneTouch Verio), but it was hard to get test strips. Insurance paid for an AccuCheck meter/strips, but I couldn't link with my phone. The CareSens meter seems counterintuitive: after getting a blood sample, I must pull out the strip before bluetooth activates. But it works, so I'm OK with it. UPDATE: After an update, the app crashed, but it seems OK for now.
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What's new

- Fixed bug and Improved stabilization.
- Fixed CSV import bug.