Diabetics on insulin need to count their carbohydrate intake, which can be difficult! The Gluci-Chek app calculates the carbohydrates content of over 220 simple and more elaborate dishes.
The food database also includes photos of servings to precisely evaluate the carbohydrate count.
Customise the food database by adding your own data, view recipes or information sheets online, or discover the nutritional value of a particular dish. These are just some of the features that will make Gluci-Chek your daily nutrition assistant.
This app also allows you to quickly enter events including hypoglycaemia, stress, a sports activity etc. Once entered, they are registered in a calendar and you can also access an event summary for optimum interpretation.
Blood Glucose Monitoring System
This app, Gmate SMART is designed to help diabetics measure their blood glucose. You would need an additional device that is connected to Galaxy S3 to test your blood glucose as Gmate SMART will show you.
Your glucose level will be displayed on the screen after the test and you can e-mail the test result with additional memo.
Gmate SMART enables you to look through past test results by date.
Measure – View readings instantly on your mobile device, upload offline readings and scan your new test strip.
Record –Automatically record test results with a digital logbook that eliminates manual entry. View a graphical summary of your past 7 day measurements and weekly average. Entries are, all securely stored in your free iHealth cloud account.
Manage – Review a digital logbook with details of the measurement, including time stamp, date and tags. See stats and trends of key time periods broken out by day part and meals.
Share – Share your results instantly with friends, family or your doctor.
Note: Requires iHealth Gluco-Monitoring System which is purchased separately.
Currently support devices:
Samsung Galaxy S5
Samsung Galaxy S4
Samsung Galaxy Note II
Samsung Galaxy Note III
Samsung Mega 6.3
HTC Droid DNA
LG Nexus 4 & 5
***More supported devices coming soon!
- Operating system 4.0 or later
- Must be connected to WiFi in order to sync
The application is using a local database that contains different types of food and corresponding values in carbohydrates. The database that is used is a food nutrition table from www.matvaretabellen.no and is released by the Norwegian Food Safety Authority, Norwegian Directorate of Health and University of Oslo.