I love this app. I actually changed from Windows phone to Android to use it. My Sugar knows what Type 1s need to survive. It's the emotional support and the facts WE want to track, not just the insurance co/endo visit bare minimum. This app helps me keep track of life as a person w T1D, not just the numbers of T1D.
Immensely helpful w/clear visual reports for my doctor. Easy to use and customizable. Wish it would sync with OneTouch since my insurance won't cover Accu-Chek test strips, but still the best diabetes app I've found.
This has been ultimately the best tool I've found to help me to understand my sugar. You get an idea of how to conquer it and to stay on track. I recommend it to anybody who's new at this or is told their sugar has changed. Thus, they're frustrated trying to get their numbers back. This takes out so much of that distress so you can begin to achieve some of your goals quicker. It's literally saving my life! ☺
Great app, I love how much data you can read. Though it can be a bit confusing trying to figure out how all the functions work without some sort of manual or tutorial. It was a good 2 months before I figured out what the points meant
I love most things about this app, including the BGL bubbles being colour coordinated with my set target range (it makes it really easy to see how often my bgls were in/out of range). I think it would be awesome to see some different views - e.g. weekly view...like a real log book - bgls of each day in a horizontal list... less detailed than it is now, but more detailed than the graph up the top. This would really allow me to pick up a pattern of my bgls more easily. A one-time fee would also be more affordable to me than a subscription, even if it was the cost of the yearly subscription... I would definitely buy it! Overall the app has been really useful for me over a year or so, but a few small things would make it even better! :)
Love this app but way too expensive. Needs a one time fee to unlock, not a subscription
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