There are several small tweaks that could make this more user friendly. Eg. Adding notes to any scan point after a scan is saved. I just found out how to do this but it's buried in a non obvious place. Ability to lower the 'ring tone' volume as I now advertise to everyone I'm scanning. Ability to calibrate the sensor to my levels, not factory calibrated. Really like the facet a family member/carer can login on their phone to see my levels. Bluetooth would be brilliant!!!
Has caused multiple sensors to fail although the reader works fine. There's no good reason for this to happen but comes down to the software in the sensor as much as elsewhere. Aside from the reliability and the worrying difference in readings between the app and the reader, the app is missing a lot of the features it needs but the developers just cut and paste a boilerplate response to comments. Better off with one of the numerous third party apps.
It's very incomprehensible that if we initiate the sensor with the mobile app then we can't do it with the freestyle libre machine. Would be good to make it work through Bluetooth so that could make the readings from a far position.
A good start for my first sensor. I'd like to see an option for longer trend graphs as well as the day / 24 hour view. Cost of sensor may prevent permanent use though. With regard to suggestions for future development: 1: can this app work with a food app like carb and cals rather than track carb values? 2: as a regular traveller for work adding an option to enable GPS location would be helpful (similar to golf pad GPS).
4 major points of inconsistency: - at times, it will keep crashing immediately upon opening - at times, if will fail to scan, then immediately scan fin - occasionally, it will keep crashing upon opening of the Logbook - once for a 24 hr period, it refused to scan entirely
Seems to have enough corruption on the screen due to time change