Patterns for POGO Automatic‪®‬ 4+

Intuity Medical

    • 3.2 • 40 Ratings
    • Free

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Patterns® is for use with the POGO Automatic® Blood Glucose Monitoring System. The app helps you better understand and manage your daily diabetes health.

Patterns® includes:
- Real-time low and high glucose mobile alert system with a GPS locator function that sends automatic personalized and actionable mobile push notifications, texts and emails to the user as well as their sharing circle of designated family and friends.
- Text and email reminders for:
◦ Scheduled test times
◦ Progress toward daily goals
◦ Re-testing after a low or high glucose alert
- Log book to tag glucose results with meal marking, carbohydrate, fat and calorie count, insulin, mood/feeling, and hydration information
- Secure real-time daily, weekly and monthly glucose database reports for individuals that are easily accessible anytime to anyone the user allows
- Dashboard and trends reports that analyze target glucose levels, high and low glucose patterns and results within a chosen glucose range
- Patterns connects with other health-related devices and applications (such as Fitbit, Strava, Apple Health, MyFitnessPal, etc.). Select data from these devices and applications will be viewable on Patterns; however, Patterns data is not able to be viewed on those devices and applications.
- 24/7 digital and live coaching (optional) via text, email and phone by certified diabetes educators using Patterns® data to facilitate individually-tailored coaching plans

What’s New

Version 2.5.1

Fixed issues with snoozed notifications and testing schedule issues.

Ratings and Reviews

3.2 out of 5
40 Ratings

40 Ratings

Dannopelli ,

Most times won’t open

Decent app but does not fully communicate with Apple Health. It also about 50% of the time won’t open on the first try. Have had to reinstall a few times.
The concept behind the device is good, but if you work with your hands and skin is tough it might not read.

KevinJEdwards ,

Doesn’t sync to Apple Health!!!

People bash Apple for having so many developer requirements, but this app is an example of why this is. It’s absolutely infuriating that this doesn’t sync with Apple Health. It’s a shame because the device is pretty decent. However if I’m manually entering the info to Apple Health, I might as well be using a dumb device.

The app is also overbearing and intrusive. There’s no option to use the app without an account. They nag you to change settings to always allow your location, and they want all kinds of other personal information. You can’t even use the app unless you state that you have some form/stage of diabetes. This all screams of privacy issues with absolutely zero user benefit since again, entering the data into Apple Health must be done manually.

That said, if you don’t use Apple Health (you should) and you’re the type of person who would say post your blood glucose levels daily on Facebook, then meh… you might be ok with this app despite also having laggy synchronization and useless feature bloat.

kgwillingham ,


Twice since I purchased the Pogo monitor, the app has logged me out on its own. I believe it was part of an upgrade, but really don’t know why. Each time I have had to reset my password to log in. Once submitting the new password to log in, the app requires me to pair a pogo monitor. When I connect the monitor I purchased and have been using for less than a year, I get a message that says my monitor is already paired with another account. I run the risk of losing the historical data, which my GP asks for at each 3-month check up. Why is this a problem. To establish “patterns”, you need data. So frustrating for a monitor that works so well and makes it easy to test.

App Privacy

The developer, Intuity Medical, 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 Not Linked to You

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

  • Health & Fitness
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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

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