Tidepool Mobile 12+

Tidepool Project

    • 2.8 • 51 Ratings
    • Free



Tidepool Mobile is a companion uploader and notes app for Tidepool Web, a free web app where you can see data from your insulin pump, continuous glucose monitor (CGM), and blood glucose meter, all in one place. Create your free Tidepool account at tidepool.org/signup.

As an uploader app, Tidepool Mobile allows you to:

* Upload data automatically from Apple Health to Tidepool. This data may include blood glucose, insulin, food, and activity data collected by Apple Health from your authorized apps like Dexcom, Companion InPen, MySugr, OneDrop, SugarSense, OneTouch Reveal, Accu-Chek Connect, and your manual entries.
* Opt in to donate your de-identified uploaded data to the Tidepool Big Data Donation Project. Find out more at https://www.tidepool.org/bigdata.

As a notes app, Tidepool Mobile allows you to:

* Tag your CGM, pump, and blood glucose meter data with a note for context.
* Track your favorite meals and your regular exercise, and learn from what you see.
* Search for events you've noted before so you can use your data to help you in real-time, like seeing how your glucose responded to a #walk or #popcorn the last time you used that tag.
* Comment on your data. You and your care team can add comments in Tidepool Mobile and see them in context in Tidepool Web’s more comprehensive visualization and, vice versa, any notes you add in Tidepool Web will then show in your Tidepool Mobile app as well.

Tidepool’s suite of tools is compatible with Dexcom, Abbott’s FreeStyle Libre readers, Medtronic, Tandem, Insulet Omnipod, and Animas insulin pumps, as well as many blood glucose meters. Learn more at tidepool.org/devices.

What’s New

Version 3.1.3

Fixes a crash when expanding notes in iOS 14.

Ratings and Reviews

2.8 out of 5
51 Ratings

51 Ratings

cb22333 ,

Great Concept, Poor Execution

Love the idea of this program.. of a one stop shop to keep track of all your diabetes data, but its still too primitive to be super helpful.

There needs to be an option to be able manually enter insulin doses, as my connected InPen is only able to sync short acting. There is currently no way for me to add my long acting insulin doses.

Also would love for it to to be smart enough to track exercises recorded in apple health within my graph as exercise impacts blood sugars too & is essential for big picture.

Great concept, very very long way to go for it to be an actually decent program for both mobile and web.

Its so bare bones that its shocking the basic things you cant do within the software.

Bree1972 ,

Amazing App for Tracking Trends

Our endo recommended this app for my 13 year old son and it has been an excellent addition to our care plan. It has allowed us to track how specific things impact his blood sugar by using the search feature and he loves the # concept. We have tried countless apps and he has never stuck with using them. This has been the exception.

I love Tidepool because it allows us to communicate with his endo team through the note option and they can see all of his devices. No more keeping a log and writing numbers down. It’s brilliant. My son, his dad and I all three have the app as well as the school nurse which allows all to make notes. It truly allows us to work as a team in managing his T1D.

I will continue to suggest the app to every T1D family I meet. Excellent job!

Tame Type 1 ,

Why does it only display 8 hours?

This seems really only useful for uploading data. In a time where everyone is on mobile, tidepool is really dropping the ball by having such a lackluster app.

No customization. No way to show data over 8 hours long. It doesnt automatically show your days like any reasonable bg app would. You have to manually make a note just to see a small snippet. Did they make this app terrible on purpose?

App Privacy

The developer, Tidepool Project, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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