• The HealthSlate App is for people participating in one of HealthSlate’s wellness, disease prevention, or disease management programs.
• Easy logging of meals, physical activity and health indicators such a weight, blood pressure, and blood glucose.
• Integrates with activity trackers and wireless scales from Fitbit and other partners.
• Connects with health coaches and healthcare professionals through secure messaging and video chat.
• Easy to follow health education content.
•Healthkit Support to track physical activity
•Bluetooth support for getting glucose value from Aviva accu check
•Using microphone & speech recognition to convert voice to text
•Available in Spanish
1. Maintenance and minor bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Just ran hilly 8 miles and.....
Fasted through breakfast. I finally have a meal of 458 calories and This app asks me if I want to take a WALK??? It logged my steps as 15k so far and it’s not even noon, so why are you asking me if I want to take a walk?? Can’t the app see my steps??
Also, I don’t wear my phone when I do HIIT workouts at the gym, and can’t find a way to add these activities in the “activity” section. Seems it only counts steps.
Intensity matters more than overall steps!
I actually like the program
I actually like the diabetes prevention program, which I started a few days ago. But I have a low opinion of the app. The app regularly prompts me to enter my breakfast, lunch, or dinner, even when I have already entered that information. It is set up so that it won’t sync with other calorie tracking apps, such as Fitbit, MyFitnessPal, or MyNetdiary (my favorite). We’re left with using the database from FatSecret. FatSecret is not a bad database, but it is not as comprehensive as some of the others. Nor is it as accurate as some of the others. Generally speaking, the nutritional information will be correct, but the seize might be wrong. For instance, it will give the correct calories counts for a food, but it will state that it’s for a cup of that food instead of half a cup. Additionally, even though it uses the FatSecret database, it won’t integrate with FatSecret. As a result, I’m unable to use the Apple Watch with HealthSlate. I did find the app to work better than described in most of the reviews. They must have improved it.
Slow & Buggy
Any time I try to update this app with how much water I’ve had or what kind of meal I ate, the app takes forever to load, and sometimes doesn’t make the change, even after it finishes “loading.” Other times it crashes outright. The messages from my coach are out of order; the replies list before my comments, making conversations annoying to follow. The forum wall is also annoying to use—it’s impossible to tag another user when replying to posts, so you can’t actually have a conversation or reply to replies. You also can’t see who “liked” your post, only the number of people who liked it. All in all, the app needs a lot of work.
- Informational Media brands, LLC
- 62.4 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
- Frequent/Intense Medical/Treatment Information
- © 2015 HealthSlate Inc.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.