Program participation is by invitation only. If you’re enrolled in the Dexcom Glucose Program and have questions about accessing the app, contact your coach.
The Dexcom G6 Glucose Program Continuous Glucose Monitoring System (Dexcom Glucose Program System) is a real time, continuous glucose monitoring device indicated for the management of diabetes in persons age 2 years and older.
The Dexcom Glucose Program System is intended to replace fingerstick blood glucose testing for diabetes treatment decisions for persons with diabetes who are not at significant risk of severe hypoglycemia. Interpretation of the Dexcom Glucose Program System results should be based on the glucose trends and several sequential sensor readings over time. The Dexcom Glucose Program System also aids in the detection of episodes of hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia, facilitating long-term therapy adjustments.
The Dexcom Glucose Program System is also intended to autonomously communicate with digitally connected devices. The Dexcom Glucose Program System can be used alone or in conjunction with these digitally connected devices or services for the purpose of managing diabetes.
The Dexcom Glucose Program App is compatible with select iOS devices only. Visit Dexcom.com/compatibility for more information.
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Needs some tweaking
I’ve been using the app now for 6 weeks. I love the device and the up-to-date readings, that is until the app loses contact with the transmitter. There need to be a place that you can check on the status of your sensor and transmitter. For example this morning I was curious as to how much time was left on my sensor, but could find anything. Later that afternoon I was given the 2 hour notice that the sensor was expiring. If I had known it was about to expire I would have changed it this morning, at least give a 12 hour notice instead. It would be good for the app to notify when your blood sugar drops below the minimum set.
Would like it to connect with Apple Health
The app is a decent app on itself, though like one of its other apps from Dexcom I wish that they added the linking of the health information to Apple Health. We know that they can do it from the Dexcom 6 app they just need to implement the feature on this one.
Not as Good as Actual Dexcom G6 App
This app is missing a lot of features that people who use the regular Dexcom G6 app get. I can’t seem to find how to export any of this data to discuss with my doctors. And, old data seems to just roll off and disappear. There’s no online portal that I know of to get my data. It doesn’t integrate with Apple Health. It won’t do anything for Apple Watch users. It’s great for people who have employers/insurance plans who invite them that would not normally qualify for a regular Dexcom G6... but, otherwise, it’s a second class app to the actual Dexcom G6 app.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.