The Diabetes Diary is a self-management tool for patients with diabetes, developed by the Norwegian Centre for E-health Research (NSE) in Tromsø, Norway. You can use the app to record blood glucose, insulin, carbohydrates and physical activity. Over time, the data that you enter will grow into a database with valuable information related to your diabetes, giving you a better understanding of events and situations that affect your disease and aiding you in decisions regarding food and medications.
The app is a result of many years of research at NSE. It has been tested and developed in close cooperation with users. The research has proved that mobile applications can improve health and quality of life for patients with diabetes, and we have therefore chosen to make our app available to the public.
We are continuously improving our app based on input from users in ongoing research projects, as well as input from users here on Google Play. Updates will be published regularly.
All feedback will be considered in the development of new versions, and is highly appreciated.
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Data storage: Please note that Diabetes Diary stores the information you enter about your health and habits, information that you might want to keep private. It is possible to protect the information, for example by locking your mobile device with a pattern or a code. Normally, the database with data entries is stored where it can be accessed only by Diabetes Diary. However, if you choose to use the feature for exporting the database, other applications may also be able to read the database.