Signos 4+

Weight Loss + Metabolic Health

Signos, Inc.

    • 4.8 • 184 Ratings
    • Free


Unlock Your Metabolism

NOTE: The Signos app is a companion to our subscription weight-loss program. Please see to sign up.

What makes the biggest difference in making smart and healthy decisions? Knowing when and what to eat—for YOUR body.

The Signos app and a continuous glucose monitor give you the most accurate real-time look into the foods and activities that work for your health journey.

Uncover how your body works with true visibility and accountability. With our program, you’ll learn how to keep your blood glucose levels stable, which is key for your health goals.

When you eat foods that cause your glucose to spike, you’ll be guided by our AI back to healthy levels with powerful micro changes.

We’ll help keep you in your optimal glucose range to improve your health and weight through timely recommendations.

With Signos, you can move past calorie counting and toward a personalized understanding of how your metabolism really works. Learn how to swap out foods that spike your glucose for ones that don't.

Signos helps you unlock your metabolism for sustainable health.

The Signos experience is not designed or intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or condition, including diabetes; it is intended for weight loss. Users should not make medical decisions based on any information presented in the Signos app, and instead should consult their physicians.

Glucose Monitoring, Real-time Glucose Insights, and Personal Recommendations
Meal, Fitness, Weight, Sleep, and Hydration Tracking
Private Community Access
Registered Dietician Support
Health App Integration, Apple Watch Integration
Unlock Your Metabolism

What’s New

Version 2.1.2

iOS 2.1.2
Thanks for being a Signos member! We’re constantly working to improve your Signos experience.

New with this release:
Added support for an iOS glucose widget
Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
184 Ratings

184 Ratings

Tiffani Davidson ,

Genuinely feel 10 years younger.

I found Signos after learning about CGMs through another company when I was looking for answers about why I felt like garbage all the time. I had a high BF%, erratic menstrual cycles, ocular migraines, nearly debilitating anxiety, and I was tired every moment of every day. The first week I spent most of my time terrified thinking something was wrong with the sensor, or me, because it showed my blood sugar constantly low even though I wasn't hungry. The second week I made it a goal to log everything I ate. By the third week, I started to see that certain foods created spikes. And after spikes come dips. And those dips coincided when I felt the worst. Now on my third month, workouts come easy about five times a week. I have more energy than I did ten years ago. I eat more, and somehow I’m still losing weight (which honestly wasn’t even the reason I signed up in the first place). My anxiety is what I would consider a healthy one and no longer debilitating. I don’t take naps anymore. And I’m genuinely happier. I didn’t know much about metabolic health before Signos. Just the same diet and sleep stuff everyone reads about. But this, this has changed the entire game for me.

Hannalei ,

Best way to understand how what I eat affects my body

Wow! I’ve been using Signos for a while now, and I had no idea how sensitive I am to simple carbs. One cup of white rice made my glucose spike as high as 50 g of sugar. I have learned to make small adjustments, and I can now keep my energy constant throughout the day. I’ve slowly but surely lost 8 lbs. Really great tool and experience.

kittode ,

Thank you for access. Otherwise … just fell off turnip truck.

* Just pushed a major (v x.0.0) upgrade.
On a week-end!! (Way to demoralize your engineering and support trams!)

* It’s required: it blocked your screen until upgrade.

* Microsoft trained me to NEVER do a major upgrade until other people do. But I figured damned if I do, damned if I don’t.

(Hint: taking away my agency is terrible UX.) App is now showing data AND ALSO showing it’s not connected to the Dexcom sensor.

Bug. A particularly confusing bug, what am I supposed to do? (Ans: look at the Dexcom app until the engineers who have to deal with this push a patch.)

* Their onboarding was frustratingly directive, also. You could never skip. And you couldn’t see ahead. Turns out, I can figure out my own experimentation; it was not worth the changes to my eating plan to do theirs.

In short, as an app, 2 stars.
Embarrassingly authoritarian.
(It gets the extra because it’s pretty stable.)

As a concept? 5 stars.
* If you’re trying to control your metabolic health you really want a CGM.
* Traumatized by the scale? Figure out what works for you and dump the scale - monitor your cgm.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for taking the time to share and we're sorry to hear about your experience!

We agree Friday releases are not ideal and apologize for any frustration it caused. Also, thank you for the feedback about our onboarding UX, we'll review that internally. We are always looking for ways to improve our member experience.

Any issues related to the initial release should be fixed with the latest version and we do apologize for the frustrating experience. If you are still experiencing any issues or have any questions, please reach out to so we can help make things right.

App Privacy

The developer, Signos, 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:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • 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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