One Drop: Better Health Today 4+

For Diabetes & Heart Health

Informed Data Systems, Inc.

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.5 • 22.2K Ratings
    • Free


One Drop is a free, award-winning app for people living with diabetes, prediabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. One Drop simplifies staying healthy, so that you can reach your full potential. Track all your health data in one place, join a supportive community, and explore health topics, recipes, and tips.

Join our community of over 1 million people worldwide reimagining what's possible with One Drop.


Keep track of blood sugar, medications, food, activity, weight, blood pressure, and more—all in one place. See your most recent data right on the Today home screen. View your glucose hourly trends and dive deeper into your health data in the Journey tab.

Set reminders for glucose checks, blood pressure, weigh-ins, medications, exercise, meals, and more.

One Drop offers direct integration with select Wifi and Bluetooth-enabled devices such as glucose meters, blood pressure monitors, weight scales. Direct integration with Fitbit activity trackers and Dexcom CGMs are also available. Once you connect a device your readings are automatically sent to the One Drop app.

Sync data from thousands of apps via Health app, including: One Touch, Accu-Chek, Agamatrix, iHealth, Dario, Garmin, Nike+, Strava, Qardio, My Fitness Pal, Lose it!, Lark, Weight Watchers, Withings, and more.

Track blood sugar, meds, meals, and activity using your Apple Watch. View your daily stats, including goal progress and in-range glucose readings.

Search the library or scan barcodes to find foods. Build and save favorite meals for future use.

Backed by behavioral science, One Drop's interactive learning experience was designed by experts with you in mind. Through engaging health topics, infographics, prompts, commitment pledges, articles, and quizzes, you'll learn everything you need to know to change your habits for good. Personalized plans are available for people with diabetes, prediabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or any combination. You can also visit the News tab for information on health trends, recipes, and tips on staying healthy.

If you have type 2 diabetes, AI-powered technology predicts your future blood sugar levels. For those with high blood pressure, you will receive feedback and insights on your blood pressure trends. Receiving personalized recommendations and insights gives you the information you need to prevent problems before they happen.



"Diabetes is so much less stressful with One Drop! Thank you!" —KE

"Since starting One Drop, I'm down 22 pounds!"—CB

"I'm very excited! My A1C went from 10.7% a little over 4 months ago to 5.7% today!" —CM

"My coach doesn't judge me. One of my biggest fears about going to the doctor is getting scolded, and my coach doesn't do that." —MC


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What’s New

Version 7.59.0

One Drop is a free app that helps people with diabetes, prediabetes, and high blood pressure improve their health.

This release brings general performance updates and minor bug fixes.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
22.2K Ratings

22.2K Ratings

ray476 ,

The best app there is!!

I looked at several apps but none of them come close!
Complete tracking of everything. The logging feature for food is the best. Save your common meals, easily adjust portions, search the extensive database to add foods, even use the built in barcode scanner! Now use Siri Shortcuts to add meals. Connects to health app seamlessly, logs weight from iHealth Bluetooth scale or enter manually. Track a1c, carbs, calories, insulin intake, medications, even activity! This truly motivated me to take my type 2 diabetes seriously. From July to October I got my a1c from 8.0 to 6.4, my weight from 305 to 278. Medications did most of it but understanding portions and the easy logging made a tremendous difference.
I can’t thank the developers enough! My only wish would be to have the one drop meter and strips covered and paid by my Medicare insurance. Still, the free to use app is far and away the best I have seen.

kro817 ,

Does the job...

I’ve been a One Drop customer for over a year now and really like the meter and lancets. They’re pretty for what they are and being on autoship is so convenient. I also like that the company replaces the meter annually to ensure you’re getting accurate numbers consistently.

The app, however, is just blah for me. I only use it to keep a running log of my numbers, which I only test twice a day. My meds are all in pill form once a day, so I don’t need to always know what my BG is like insulin users do. I also use a separate app to log my meds and supplements (the Round app) as I find it to be a better interface than OD offers. It’s just more simplistic. So basically I have the one drop on my phone just to Bluetooth my numbers from my meter. That’s it. I wish one drop offered a basic app for this purpose in addition to this one because I just find this app clunky. I don’t read the articles, log food, use the coaching, etc. I appreciate what the company is trying to do with this app and I know all of these extras probably help so many people, but I just prefer more simplicity when using an app like this. A separate lite version would be so great with just a blood glucose log for when I see my doctor and just want to show history without the other frills. Also less pink would be great, although I know that’s the company color.

Developer Response ,

Hi there! Thanks for your feedback. We appreciate the comprehensive review , and we are listening. Please feel free to send any other questions or helpful suggestions to


Only two days in - app has some good, some bad

Are the developers still supporting and updating this app? The App Store listing still says copyright 2021. I downloaded this because I am pre-diabetic. My doctor prescribed a CGM and I’ve been looking for an app that lets me track food and glucose in one place. I’m working hard to learn how I should eat to avoid diabetes. The good - the amount of data I can track, the easy interface, the reports, the sync with my Apple Health data (which imports my CGM readings). The bad - the activity is wacko. I did about an hour of yard work today, but was otherwise just doing normal house stuff. Nothing I’d consider active movement. One Drop is reporting 4 hours. I can’t find any way to adjust the activity settings or turn it off. Logging food is mostly easy, but I can’t see my food log easily, and I can’t edit the name of my meals. So for example, dinner tonight was chicken and salad. My “meal” now shows up as the last food item I entered, which was a condiment. Dumb.

Several of the news articles on the main page lead to blank pages. One tutorial mentioned connecting with a coach - led to a blank page. This plus the lack of app updates lead me to believe this app is not longer actively developed or supported.

App Privacy

The developer, Informed Data Systems, Inc., 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:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Sensitive Info
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

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

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