Limited I was disappointed that I can only enter one type of insulin per entry. I usually give a bolus, and would like to track these together. I'm glad that it will track my fitness, but these feature needs to be more comprehensive, or have the ability to be turned off, as it cluters the logbook entry field. The first "test in pairs" i selected happened to be dinner time. But the app will only allow me to select ot as breakfast. The graph on the home screen is a nice feature.
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).
During the more than a year it took Roche to fix the Android 5 issue, I had moved on to the Accu-Chek Connect App, which has it own issues. At least it seems to be working fine now, and re imported my old data, and it was all there. Pity there is no way to export the data from Accu-Chek Connect to Accu-Chek 360. Then I read the following excerpt from the notes..... "This 126.96.36.199 upgrade allows the app to be used with Android 5 that affected ability to run the app on some phones. This is the final update to this app. This app is being replaced by the Accu-Chek Connect App (phone compatibility list: http://accu-chek.US/dmapp). You can transfer your data to the new app using the Backup feature'' Pity that the new app is by default only compatible with some Samsung's. Luckily there are apps called APK Extractor to help out.
Useless on S5 - running android 5.0. As some have pointed out, will not run on Lollipop. Just says it has to restart. As of 5/23/15 still not working with Android 5.0.....As of 1/26/16 now runs on Android 5.0. Finally!! Updated my rating.
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.
Limited abilities No way to sync data with any of their IR meters. Can only manually enter data. So not very useful when used in conjunction with their pc 360 software which their IR meters can sync with. Why they didn't make their $66 pc software/IR receiver the go between, I'll never understand. I feel ripped off for buying the pc software/IR receiver, now.
This 188.8.131.52 upgrade allows the app to be used with Android 5.0