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Description

Dashboard:
Organize modules on the dashboard to show the information you want, in the order you choose.

Compatible Meters:
Automatically sync with the following meters:

* AgaMatrix Jazz™ Wireless 2 Blood Glucose Meter
* Amazon Choice Blood Glucose Monitor
* CVS Health™ Advanced Bluetooth® Glucose Meter
* Meijer® Essential Wireless Blood Glucose Meter

Sharing:
Invite your caregivers to view your glucose readings in real time, or email all of your data in a traditional logbook format.

Reminders:
Reminders can be automatically triggered by another event; for example, 15 minutes after a hypo result, you will receive an automatic reminder to test again.

Cloud Support:
Sign up for an account and back up your data on our HIPAA compliant server.

Multiple Data Types:
Record glucose, insulin, carbs and weight with a touch of a button.

Timeline:
Track all your data in one place to easily spot trends. Choose the view that works best for you: 1 day, 1 week or 1 month.

Logbook:
Rotate the app for the glucose logbook you know and love, organized by meal block.

Apple Health Integration:
Glucose results now sync to your Health dashboard (iOS9 only).

Customer Service:
AgaMatrix has a 10-year track record developing products and customer service experts easily accessible. Contact us by phone: 866-906-4197 or email customerservice@agamatrix.com

Attention OnSync users: This app is compatible with OnSync and provides new features with an updated look.

CAUTION: Consult a healthcare professional before making any medical decisions.

What’s New

Version 2.15.1

- Added the ability to indicate fasting glucose
- Minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.2 out of 5
99 Ratings

99 Ratings

Eepe ,

A couple of Minor Things

It would be nice to be able to put in info for the future. I’m eating dinner at 7, and it’s 6:52, but it won’t let me add carb info. I have time and i’m thinking about it now... i may not later! Totals for carbs per day would be really handy. Being able to swipe and see tables of the other items would be handy as well. Also being able to delete readings if there were some kind of error. Being able to put in decimals in the carbs would be nice.

Love the bluetooth though! Mine’s usually synced by the time i open the app to check it.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for sharing your experience with our App. We love suggestions and will take yours under consideration.

a2600 ,

Good functionality, but would like more robust options

I was recently diagnosed with prediabetes and got a glucose meter to monitor my blood glucose levels. This is the app that's compatible with my meter, so it's the one I'm using. Honestly, I like it just fine, with a couple minor quibbles.

1. It sometimes has difficulty syncing with the meter. I've found that if I force close all my other apps and then start this one again, it will usually work.

2. I would like the ability to set a target level for fasting readings, specifically. Since a diagnosis of prediabetes (and tipping over into type 2) relies heavily on fasting blood glucose levels, I'd like an easier way to see whether or not I've been in the normal range for it. Currently I can set a hypo, hyper, and general range, but since the range for post-meal is quite different from the range for fasting, it doesn't show me whether my fasting readings are what I want them to be.

Author's husband ,

Misleading BG. Dangerous UI

I am a scientist and have been graphing my blood sugars since 1979. I love seeing my blood sugar presented in a graph. I also like seeing other information such as meals and weight presented this way. But for a diabetes application, this can lead to disaster. Never present multiple graphs to a diabetic simultaneously especially as the primary display. A diabetic with low blood sugar can easily mistake their weight for their blood sugar and take extra insulin.

I think the top screen should have huge type and show the current blood sugar. After five minutes since syncing, the application should only present integrated graphs after the user goes through a sequence of menus.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your suggestions. Our app now includes a Dashboard View that allows you to display only the blood-glucose data you want. This view can be set as your default screen so it is the first thing you see when you open the App.

App Privacy

The developer, AgaMatrix, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • User Content
  • Usage Data
  • Sensitive Info

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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