Designed to inform, engage and educate, the app combines personalised and clinically sound advice, specialist-curated content and social support. Through this, it will help you to make better-informed lifestyle choices, adopt new and healthy habits to stabilise your blood sugars and prevent the condition from worsening. Not to mention it will encourage you to become further educated about your condition.
To start we’ll set you up with an Action Plan. You’ll be taken through an assessment, asking you a series of questions about your current lifestyle so that we can identify your attitudes and main pain points. This will help us to provide you with a new set of actionable habits to work through.
Over the course of the plan, you’ll be encouraged to check off your habits on a daily basis with the aim to track progress towards mastering each one of them.
Making changes to your lifestyle isn’t easy - especially on your own. With our group based challenges, people are matched to others who have the same goals, working towards a team goal. All you need to do is connect your phone or wearable tracker to the app so that you can add your steps and help your team reach their goal. In addition, there will be an active forum where you can interact, sharing the highs and encouraging each other if you hit any lows.
This part of the journey will allow you to set goals that may bring you closer to stabilising your HbA1c levels. You can set goals related to your weight, the activities you do such as your daily steps and much more. You can choose to log your progress towards the goals or connect a tracker from a wide range of devices available.
To support you and give keep you informed about what factors affect your condition, we’ll give you personalised content made up of fact-based articles, exercise videos, ‘how to guides’ and much more so that you can learn the tools to develop and maintain your new behaviours.
IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: There are many factors that determine how you should manage type 2 diabetes including age, exercise, diet, mental wellbeing and any other conditions that you may suffer from. Tictrac is intended solely as a guidance tool. The information provided via Tictrac is intended to be useful, supportive and informative to those who suffer from type 2 diabetes and should not replace or override any advice you receive from your doctor or other suitably qualified medical practitioners. If you are at all concerned about symptoms or your health arising from the information provided via Tictrac you should consult your GP or consultant for advice as soon as possible.
As an Apple HealthKit or CareKit user, your data can be used to enhance the experience.
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Ratings and Reviews
Great idea if it doesn't crash constantly
I got to use the app for about 30 seconds and then it crashed. Tried a couple of times and the same thing. I liked what I saw in that two minutes.
Can’t even use it
Some sort of glitch meant that after I downloaded the app and opened it, I was sent back to the store for an update that doesn’t exist.
Couldn’t even sign up
Every time I tried making an account I got a notification saying “email not eligible”. I tried 5 different email accounts, none worked. I even created a new email with outlook incase gmail was the problem. Nope! Still couldn’t sign up. This was frustrating and weird. Was excited to use this app. I guess I’m glad I didn’t waste any time on it!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.