Where do I begin? A glorified web browser, that relies on a net connection. No net, no worky! Doesn't store data locally. You don't know what it can actually do unless you subscribe, so it's just another web based log book. And you can't actually get pricing info untill after the get an email address from you. Thanks for the spam. Lastly, they don't talk about the fact that there is no way to download YOUR own data, or even verify that they don't SELL your data. Honestly? Run, don't walk away. Run. It's all hard sell. I wouldn't trust them.
Best Diabetes Management App The app keeps getting better after every update. Only app I know of that is cloud based, has an insulin calculator, crosses platforms, and keeps a log book. Keep up the great work Simon
Worth a 100 dollars a month. Best diabetes app in the world Best app for saving your life. Actually accurately predicts glucose levels three hours out. I have used for three years. It has brought my a1c from 14.1 to 5.4. Helps put you in control of carb ratios and correction ratios. No more blind doses. Try it it is worth the money
Looks very good. Could do with a break down on insulin dose eg bolus amount, +- correction amount = total dose
Hate it Very disAPPointed that I need to make an account before I can use this and every time I try there is a problem. Just want an app I can use and not one where I have to contact an administrator b/c the darn thing won't let me make an account. What a waste of my limited time!!
Promising, but not quite there yet I filled out my profile, took an initial BGL, and entered in a snack I was about to have plus bolus, and it predicted my BGL would be more than double an hour from now. Seemed odd, but I waited an hour and tested anyway and my BGL had barely changed at all. It then predicted my BGL was about to plummet, so I waited and tested again, and still no major change. On closer inspection, the app actually refuses to save boluses, instead strangely saving them as basal rates. Shame, this app could be useful...
Added voice to data input for BGLs in the Add Log screen (experimental)
Now allows temporary basals to be logged.
Added Humalog Mix 25 and Humalog Mix 50.