The app freezes occasionally when reading the sensor. Also reading the sensor can be a little bit tricky and slow at times. However, the app is far more accurate than Abbott's scanner when comparing the blood sugar readings. Therefore I have switched to using Glimb instead of the official sensor.
Help! Suddenly unable to use the app. Opened the app and the screen turn white then black then white then black again before going to the normal screen. But the app could not connect to the sensor! Its a wonderful app and i have been using it for a while, its the first time im facing this problem.
Brilliant. After initial learning curve it replaced all other ways of recording. I wish I could figure out how to let me know when my insulin has worn off or add other non insulin medication.
Readings are much higher than Abbott's reader and BG test strips by more than 2mmol/L. There is no option to enter a "correction factor" to match the reader and test strips. The home screen is bit difficult to see on small phone (Sony Xperia Z1 Compact), but Ok on tablet. It is useful - I use it to export the non-summary data to Google Sheets.
Was able to read only once. Since then, whenever I try to read the sensor, the phone vibrates and the app freezes!
Well the value it reads are extremely accurate, had an idea to get an Samsung a3 but apparently it can damage the sensor, Any software reason for that? I was contemplating making the app work with the fairphone 2, got an external nfc reader, would it be possible to try to integrate external NFC modules with this app?
First Version of Glimp Wear for Android Wear 2.0