Glucose Tracker is built for tracking blood sugar, A1C, medications and more. This makes it easy to identify trends and retain your data. It is simple to continue tracking weight and blood pressure. You can also schedule reminders to ensure that you are diligent about checking your blood sugar. Whether you have diabetes or prediabetes, this app makes it easy to track your blood glucose levels. The app also tracks what time of day you are checking your blood sugar, such as first thing in the morning, before a meal, or before bed. You can also add a note to each record. Glucose Tracker also allows you to track insulin, medication, A1C, blood pressure, carbohydrates, weight and ketones. It is a comprehensive app for both diabetics and prediabetics. You can also sync data between devices, export a report for a loved one or a health care professional, and even view a graph of your data. The app also has configurable reminders to check your blood glucose levels. This helps you make sure to check these levels to stay in control of your diabetes. Tracking has never been easier. Glucose Tracker integrates with HealthKit by writing all inputted entries to the Health app. Be in charge of your diabetes! Blood sugar tracking has never been this easy! This diabetes tracker also has an estimated A1C level. Please note that this is just an estimate and should never be used for diagnostic purposes.
I have tried several other apps for tracking my blood glucose levels and my weight. This one allows me to setup reminder for meds, enter measurements, and see trends easily. This app is the best so far.
This is a nice little app but I dislike them hiding your estimated a1c behind a pay door at outrageous prices. If it was a decent one time price I would have no trouble paying for it but not doing a reoccurring sub for that info. The app is clean and easy to read and your data is easy to Imput. What I do is put all my info into this app and sync to apple health. I use this for daily use to easily see my numbers. Then I use the one drop app and sync it to apple health. That app gives me my A1C. And to send download their nicer reports for your doctors
11/30/20 New update made it great again!! Thanks for listening! Great app, easy to use. Before the update it was quick and simple to change time. Just ruined the app w the last update. Can’t read info with black panels. Don’t you test this before you release?
Best glucose app around. Easy to use and very complete with everything you need to keep track of your diabetes. Most important the tech support is 100% the best. Can ask them questions and make suggestions directly in the app. And they respond. Excellent developer.
So far evrythings is ok.
Would be a decent app if the developers weren’t greedy. There is nothing that this app does that you should pay some greedy developer a subscription. This app should be a one-time purchase. Set a price, and then don’t try to be greedy. I won’t feel sorry for this developer when Apple inevitably incorporates these very simple recorder and calculator functions into the Health app, and forces these developers to find another way to rob people.
Need to have instructions on how to use app. I am new to diabetes and don’t know what numbers to put where and don’t know that terminology
Would give this app an overall 5 stars, but device syncing over all still has problems. Finally able to sync iPad with iPhone, but Apple Watch still says “no data”? I was told by support that they are working on an update for this problem. Until then I would suggest removing the Apple Watch icon from App Store as it doesn’t exist yet. When it is fixed I will come back and rate a 5.
You can download free apps instead this paid app asking too much money like the are selling insulin owner the app
This app is great. You can track almost everything. You can track your weight your glucose, your carbs, your A1C,Blood pressure insulin, medication, and ketones. I suggest you should get this app if you have diabetes I feel as though it’s perfect because you can track your carbs your glucose your insulin your wait in your A1c everything.