This is the app you are looking for if you are a dieter or who want to control your diabetes or weight!
You can set your carb budget and track your daily nutrition intake of the food, carbs, fiber, fat etc, and also track quantity of water intake, readings of your glucose, HbA1c, blood pressure, heart rate, weight, exercise, medications and insulin, you can share the readings with your doctors in form of CSV, HTML or PDF by email.
⁃ Create your carb budget and track it.
⁃ Track your food logs includes daily nutrition intake, such as carbs, fiber, calories etc.
⁃ Huge default food database from restaurant, common foods and supermarket.
⁃ Add your custom food or your recipes.
⁃ Add food to Favorites.
⁃ Search food database.
⁃ Report your carbs intake.
⁃ Track your weight logs.
⁃ Add note to each reading.
⁃ Calculate BMI of each reading automatically.
⁃ Show weight change compared with last weight.
⁃ Report weight and BMI logs by chart.
⁃ Log your daily quantity of water intake.
⁃ Show your target, actual and average glasses of water intake by chart.
⁃ Show number of glasses of water intake in Water’s icon.
⁃ Report your water intake.
⁃ Calendar overview of your data.
⁃ Password protection.
⁃ Supports Touch ID passcode.
⁃ Supports WiFi Backup & Restore.
⁃ Supports Dropbox backup & restore.
⁃ Manage your personal info and set color ranges for your glucose and blood pressure.
⁃ Email your readings to your doctors in form of CSV, HTML or PDF.
⁃ Badges to show your consumed/remaining net carbs and water intake.
⁃ Supports AirPrint.
⁃ Supports transferring data to Health app.
In App Purchase:
⁃ Log the date, duration, exercise name, intensity of exercises and add note to it.
⁃ Hundreds of default common exercises for you to chose.
⁃ Customize and save your own exercises.
⁃ Save your favorites exercise.
⁃ Search exercise by name.
⁃ Show your actual exercise time and average exercise duration by chart.
⁃ Log your glucose and HbA1c logs.
⁃ Add note to each reading.
⁃ Analyze glucose level by chart.
⁃ Show the statistics info of four glucose segments.
⁃ Calculate average glucose level of different periods.
⁃ Log your blood Pressure and heart rate.
⁃ Add note to each reading.
⁃ Calculate your MAP of each reading.
⁃ Analyze BP and heart rate level by chart.
⁃ Show Max, Min and Avg number of BP, Heart rate and MAP.
⁃ Show percentage and number of BP in different levels.
⁃ Log your Cholesterol, Triglycerides, HDL and LDL.
⁃ Add note to reading.
⁃ Log your medication intake.
⁃ Log medication intake time, dosage, and add note to it.
⁃ Manage your medications’ route, unit, side effects, icon and other info.
⁃ Create unlimited reminders to alert you measure your blood pressure or glucose, drinking water, visiting doctor, doing exercise or anything else you would like.
⁃ Create reminder text of each reminder.
⁃ Set time, repeat frequency, and icon for the reminders.
⁃ Ten default reminder sounds and you can set your own.
⁃ Set if reminder is ON or OFF.
Daily Carb is able to write nutrition/weight/glucose/blood pressure data only according to your permissions and preferences.
If allowing Daily Carb to write data, you could transfer these data to Health App easily.
If you have any questions or suggestion, please mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Minor bug fixed.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
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I really like the way this app works for managing my Type 2 diabetes. I paid the additional for the glucose tracker. I love the way you can export your logs to Excel. Biggest issue: the nutritional data in the database is bad. I rarely find any food with correct nutritional facts. I spend a lot of time correcting this and, since you can't change the serving size of products in the database, I have to create a custom food. You could change for this app if you took the time to get the data correct. Improvements: make serving size editable, clean your database, add a nutritional facts scanner, and create an interface with glucose blood testing equipment.
I use Daily Carb on my new iPhone 11 pro routinely and have been for many years (think iPhone 5). I’m never without it. I credit Daily Carb with helping me avoid eye problems and other typical consequences of being a diabetic for over 30 years.
When I got my iPhone 11 pro, I had accumulated a lot of carb data that I wasn’t looking forward to losing by going to a different iPhone. I’m really happy I could transfer most of my data and didn’t have to reenter a lot.
I highly recommend Daily Carb to any diabetic and/or weight conscious person who needs to control their blood glucose and/or weight. It has been a real success story for me.
Been using it for about 6 years and have been very satisfied overall. I'm a type I diabetic and I've been able to keep my A1c in the 6 range and my weight under control. Any software problems I had have been resolved quickly. I highly recommend this app to all who want to accurately track their carb consumption. I've never found any better apps.
Overall a nice little tracker
Quite good for tracking common foods, but not so good on supermarket brands. For numerous foods I eat regularly (Orowheat products, Nonni’s biscottis) I’ve noticed the number of carbs listed are actually the percentage of daily carbs for the serving. Not too helpful for my daily tracking if I don’t notice that 6 carbs are listed for that slice of bread rather than 17 carbs. However, for tracking in toto, water, weight, glucose and being able to watch trends over a month, it’s quite helpful.
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- 68.9 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- © Maxwell Software
- In-App Purchases
- Get All $3.99
- Exercises $0.99
- Glucose & Insulin Calculator $0.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.