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Does what I need it to do and doesn't seem to depend on a good internet connection or other servers, all which can fail. If having problems, keep in mind... we are dealing with two products (in my case)... Glimp and miaomioa (3...). Try reseating your miaomiao.... =) Also... when people say "Go to options, The menu item has been renamed to "settings".
5 people found this review helpful
February 25, 2022
Dear Mike, you can get instructions going to SETTINGS / Info / User manual.
If you do not find the menu you can download manual from this link: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/03pje60lbbqxv1h/AAACP7KXlU_vZLrjhVV8rx9ca?dl=0.
If this is not enough just write us at email@example.com
This seems to work well with one somewhat important exception; it appears to be inaccurate. When using the device that came with the sensor, the readings are almost always higher than with this app. The higher the blood sugar level, the higher the discrepancy between the two. For example, when this app says I have a level of 76 mg/dl, the reader device is only one point higher. When the app shows 135, the reader shows 150. I keep this in mind when using the app, which otherwise works flawlessly. It does, however, skew the statistics that the app offers, making them somewhat less reliable. If not for this problem, I would give it all 5 stars.
11 people found this review helpful
I've tried this with several sensors (all 14-day Libre sensors) on my Samsung 9+. I have no difficulty reading the sensors with the Freestyle Reader, but Glimp consistently generates an error when attempting to read the sensor. "Error in sensor data: No coherent data. Please read again the sensor." I've tried every possible configuration option based on the Glimp manual, but have had no luck. I have not found a way to request support.
10 people found this review helpful
January 23, 2019
Dear Stephen. Abbott encrypted new 14-days sensor data to avoid external apps reading sensor :-( This is an Abbott decision so I kindly ask you to complain Abbott.