The Accu-Chek Connect App puts diabetes management tools in the palm of your hand. Features of the app include:
• Automatically transfer blood glucose results from supported Accu-Chek wireless meters – no more written logbooks.
• Get help with insulin doses with Accu-Chek Bolus Advisor. (Where available - prescription required)
• Automatically share data and access additional tools with Accu-Chek Connect Online personal account. https://www.accu-chekconnect.com
• Share your diabetes information with your healthcare team via your Accu-Chek Connect Online account, email, or text message.
• Easy to read graphs help identify trends and patterns.
• Advanced logbook options including: meals (size, carbs, or calories), food images, insulin, exercise, medications, blood pressure, weight, health state, and notes.
• Apple Health integration
Before installing the latest app version, it is recommended to back up your current data from the Settings menu in the App (Settings > Data Sharing > Backup).
The Accu-Chek Bolus Advisor feature must be activated by your healthcare provider with appropriate information needed for set-up and use.
The Accu-Chek Connect diabetes management app is intended as an aid in the treatment of diabetes. The Accu-Chek Connect diabetes management app provides for electronic download of blood glucose meters, manual data entry, storage, display, transfer, and self-managing of blood glucose and other related health indicators which can be shown in report and graphical format.
If you need further help with this application, you can find your country’s Accu-Chek customer support contact information at www.accu-chek.com.
Connect App Instruction Manual:
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So far i am enjoying the app. I like that it can connect to my meter and grab the numbers, so that i can see them on my phone. I do wish you would add more insulins to the list my Tresiba is not listed. It would be great if you could also add a food look up for adding carbs like a lot of other apps do. That would make monitoring my health easier. I know my insulin doses it would be great if we did not need the advisor to see the amount we need; It would just make life easier I wouldn’t have to leave the app to calculate. This would just life with diabetes easier. Of course people should not depend on this but as i have stated it would be easier and make for an awesome app. I know some app offer these this but if this app could offer all this in 1 that corresponds to my meter it would once again be awesome.
Developer Response ,
Dear User, thank you for your comment. We will route your suggestion to our product design team.
Wow, all data just went “poof” with last update
Big Pharma mostly justifies their insane and inhuman pricing due to “research and development.” Well, it appears little of that R&D money ever made it to this application because as of the last update it removed all but the most recent entry. Oddly, the data still shows in the “diary” section.
I was just prescribed and purchased their extremely expansive Bluetooth reader and ($1 apiece) strips that work with this app. But what is the point of collecting data if it’s so poorly protected? I might as well grab a blank piece of paper to show my doctor rather than this app, the information would essentially be the same. Fortunately I’ve also been concurrently logging data in another application, so I have the information even though it’s painful to transfer it over again.
The FDA should go after Roche for such an unreliable piece of medical equipment.
Developer Response ,
Dear User, we apologize for the inconvenience.
It just won’t pair
I bought a new ACCU-CHEK-Chek Aviva Connect after my old one died. And about the same time, I bought a new iPhone 7 Plus updated to iOS 11.2.6
As a point of reference, my iPhone 6 with iOS 10.2 worked flawlessly with my old Aviva Connect device.
No matter what I do now, it wont pair. I restarted the phone three times. Removed the App and reinstalled four times. I then turned off Bluetooth three times. I even took off the phone case and have cycled thru the pairing process at least twenty (20) times. It’s as if the device’s Bluetooth feature is broken.
I’m totally dumbfounded and frustrated.
I am taking the Aviva device back and hopefully have better results with another unit. If that doesn’t work, then I will definitely blame the App.
If it is in fact the device, I will update this rating.
It appears the culprit was the Apple iOS. Since updating to 11.3, my Accu-Chek Aviva Connect works again. As does the Bluetooth connection in my Ford Sync radio. My apologies to the App Developer. I love my Accu-Chek Aviva again and the convenience of keeping accurate records.
Developer Response ,
I'm sorry to hear you have had these issues. Please call us at 1-800-628-3346 so we can help you resolve this.
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Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.