Ok app Does it let you track you BG levels? Yes. Does it let you track food, meds and other info? Yes. Does it let you sync to their online system or PC? HELL NO. Looked at their forums and they have been promising "coming soon" for over 2 years. Their website, other than the forums, has no menetion of the Android app, only the iPhone version. I guess iPhone is the only phone in existence. Us Android users are dilusional. Fortunately for me, I only have a few days worth of data to figure out how to transfer to another app. If you just want a log, use it. If you want reporting and online access, better be an excel expert and a good web developer to create your own reporting and online access system.
Almost there... This is really a very good app. Very convenient, very easy to learn, overall nicely designed. Just a few minor quibbles. I would like to have ability to sort food entries alphabetically, for one thing. Actually, I think food entries should automatically sort alphabetically. Much easier to locate things once you get a longer list. That is probably my biggest beef. I would also like to see the BG entry for event (Before breakfast, After dinner, etc.) auto-coordinate with the other entries for meds. More...
Pretty good log. While I was hoping to be able to use this on more than one device and sync (the app states this will come in future) I do find it easy to use after the initial learning. I sometimes forget to select the after meals or bedtime buttons but there are plenty to choose from for every possibility. I like that I can make a note and it shows up on the log page also. My only disclaimer is that I'm fairly new to diabetic needs and this is the first digital log I have tried, but now I'm used to it, I see no reason to change.
Best app ever I have the tru2go meter from Walgreens which has a 99 test memory, but that doesn't do much good since it doesn't keep track of date and time at all. I got real sick of having to cary around a log book since it is bigger than my meter. This app has easily become the most valuable (and most used) one on my Galaxy s4. I absolutely love it! I can easily record my blood sugar levels, check the graphs for trends, track my weight, track my A1C results, AND email all of this information to my doctor and my self!
Great diabetic tracking app. I like the different logs for daily glucose readings and times...ex.before meal or after activity, logs for tracking weight, meals, activity, a1c test results, blood pressure and heart rate and you can also email log history to yourself or doctors. Only problem I had was exceeding the number for an entry for my weight in the profile. Otherwise I feel this is a great app so far.
Samsung note 3 I like the ease. However, I have gastroparesis as well and have to keep track of carbs, fats and fiber. Each time i enter a food I have to re enter the same info because it doesn't carry through and its very hard not having a running total of each category so you can tell where you are at with it. I've looked at lots of apps but cant seem find one that does it all
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