Great app, cp diary needs work Better version than the app for ios as i have an ipad and the app isn't great on it. Could take or leave the auto calculator for the insulin but disappointed with the cp lists. Even when you log into your Dafne online, there is conflicting info on some foods (blueberries for example)which has resulted in some hypos for me. App is ok overall but there are better apps out there for type 1 monitoring.
Not happy whatsoever... :-( Changed my phone and reinstalled app but when I logged back in all my data was gone / lost. Why can't this be restored once logged in? All my entries lost forever now!!!
Downloading results I have this app on both my phone and my tablet but I can't get it to download previous results on my tablet? On my phone when I press the 3 line menu button on the bottom left of my phone a little menu pops up with several options including upload and download so I can download results I entered on my tablet. But on my tablet I don't get this menu cos it just minimises the window??
Good app but ? This app would be excellent but when you scroll up and down all the words disfigure until you stop then after a second of two it's fine
Auto QA removed Don't like the upgraded version with auto QA removed, always thought this was a good/helpful feature! 👎
Does an alright job The app does the job but it is nothing compared to the iOS version, plus it wont upload .y data even though my credentials are correct. Could really do with an update.
Remove option to "Auto Calculate QA" after input from the MHRA. See this "Dosage auto-calculation in apps" http://www.dafneonline.co.uk/forums/1/topics/2769 (you will have to cut and paste this URL into your browser as link formatting isn't automatic here) forum posting for more information.
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