Automatically record test results with a digital logbook that eliminates manual entry. The iHealth Gluco-Smart app saves time and eliminates errors by automatically handling tasks that are tedious with most blood glucose measuring systems, such as logging test results, charting data, and sharing results with caregivers. Add the secure cloud service (it’s free, too) and you have a convenient “go-to” testing system – wherever you are.
Measure – View readings instantly on your mobile device. Tag details to your results such as meals, activities, and voice memo. Upload offline measurements, and scan your new test strips for smart tracking.
Record – View a graphical summary of your past week, 2 weeks, month, and 3 months measurements and averages. Entries are all securely stored in your free iHealth cloud account for you to view at any time.
Manage – Review a digital logbook with all the details of your measurements, including time stamp, date, meals, carbs, activity, and voice memo. See stats and trends of key time periods broken out by day and meals.
Share – Share your results instantly with friends, family, or your doctor in .csv or pdf report format.
Note: Requires iHealth Gluco-Monitoring System or iHealth Align Glucose Meter which is purchased separately.
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Can’t History List 2 Insulin Types
I take two types of insulin
YES I can enter BOTH on the main “detail” sheet
Regular & NPH
But only one of those two shows on the History List. I take different dosages or units depending on the current sugar level.
My work around is to make two measurements everytime that I actually am really taking only one measurement,
On first measurenent I list units taken of NPH first & number of units of Reg second
On second measurement I List units of Regular insulin first and NPH insulin second.
Why? Because iHealth app ONLY LIST IN HISTORY mode the units of insulin taken for the first insulin entered and not the second type of insulin listed,
Big nuisance and kludgey,
I see also that iHealth does not make too many or too frequent changes to the iHealth app,
Hopefully iHealth will add this to their “Bugs to Fix” List
Other than that issue I would give FIVE STARS
Sync issues with BG5 for the last several weeks
Over the last several weeks my BG 5 has had hit or miss success connecting to the app. It connects to the Bluetooth OK. IOS is up to date and the app is up to date. I have deleted and re added the device to Bluetooth as well as the app but that has not shown much improvement. Looking forward to the fix. Hard to depend on the device at this point. Thanks have an iPhone 8 that is always up to date.
Developer Response ,
If you have connected the meter with several phones, please make sure it is removed on all other phones or bluetooth is turned off on those phones. Otherwise, it might be a hardware issue, please contact email@example.com for further diagnosis.
Simple to use when it works right
I like being able to use this with my iphone. I’d really like to use my iPad or better yet, my Mac. Using this on an iPad is frustrating because it won’t orient in landscape mode.
There are sometimes issues connecting with bluetooth. I’ll have to go to settings on my ios device and re-pair the meter.
Readings may vary. If a reading seems “too good to be true” re-test. The cost of the ihealth strips is a bargain compared to other systems I’ve used.
- iHealth Labs Inc.
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- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.