Great for tracking until you try to print it out I tried to print out a 30 day log to show my doctor, and got emailed an image of 30 days worth of readings. If I try to print it out, I get a tiny strip on the sheet of paper that is unreadable, and can't be broken down into separate pages because it is an image (photo).
WAS the best, now worthless... [UPDATE, Oct 1, 2015 - I told Accucheck that this was broken on Android 5 (Galaxy S5) two years ago; their original response made it sound like I had somehow installed it wrong. Took them long enough to fix...] A daily health log app becomes worthless when it stops working during the latest OS upgrade, and MONTHS go by, during which the author's promised fix never comes. This is completely unacceptable. If Accucheck cared at all about their customers, this would have been fixed in the first three days.
Please update Its about time.... works again... just in time for android v.6... will i lose it again??? Great app for type 2. Notifications work with my pebble watch. Can track meds. Can't use with new S6 edge. Please update... Add cloud sync..
Robert James Great app for keeping track of blood glucose. I've used the desktop version since 2003. Hence lies the problem. I need a way to import my readings to my galaxy s5. Once you are allowed to save to my NAS and import back onto phone I will give it 5 stars. P.S. My doctor love it.
Not compatible with Android 5.02 I used this app on my Samsung Galaxy S4. When I upgraded to the Galaxy S6, the app errors out with the message "Unexpected error occurred. The application must restart." Of course, it can't restart. Was a nice app, now worthless. Don't download it if you have a new Android device.
This app seems somewhat limited in its application. First, you are not able to record a basal and a bolus insulin together; even though that's how you take it. You can only record one at a time. Either you don't record basal or you duplicate you entry.
This 22.214.171.124 upgrade allows the app to be used with Android 5.0