Simple food diary with blood sugar trends for people with diabetes. Add meal photos and see how your blood sugar changes. Discover which meals help you stay in target range.
Undermyfork matches your meal pictures with blood sugar data from your CGM or glucose meter. The app automatically syncs blood sugar readings from supported CGMs, glucose meters and apps via Apple Health.
Supported CGM systems:
Dexcom G4, G5, G6
Abbott FreeStyle Libre (with MiaoMiao or BluCon transmitter)
Guardian Connect CGM.
Accu-Chek Aviva Connect
Accu-Chek Performa Connect
Bayer (Ascensia) Contour Next One
Bayer (Ascensia) Contour Plus One
CareSens N Premier
Fora 6 Connect
MediTouch 2 connect
OneTouch Verio Flex
OneTouch Select Plus Flex
OneTouch Verio Sync
True Metrix Air
Minor bug fixed
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Great idea, runs smooth
I’m a big fan so far of this app. It does exactly what’s advertised without being overly complicated and runs very smoothly. A few suggestions that I think could improve it further: currently, it tells you how much time you were “in range” after a meal, but if you start a meal out of range, it counts that as out of range time. I think adding the option of using “change in blood sugar” would be another good metric to look at to help think about what foods work or not. It could either be a difference between the start and finish BGs or calculate an area under the curve from start to finish. Also, being able to change the end time from 2 hours to different times such as 3 or 4 hours as well would give a better picture for lower carb and high protein meals. Thank you so much for creating this!
I love this app!
I love this app more and more virtually every time I use it. It seems like a person to me and like one that is very empathetic. I like how I’m getting information back about what is working and not working with my diabetes…
Good, but sie UI Problems
I really like this app; however, when I am entering the time, carbs, and other info I can only see some of the numbers (I tried to put the time at 12:33 and I saw 9,10,11, but then I saw a blank spot and then 1 so I just guessed highlighted the white spot in between (same with minutes) and got it pretty close, but this seems like kind of a bad problem if you can’t see what you are entering. I also wanted to set this up with my Dexcom G6 but there aren’t any instructions on how to do so, so I’m just entering the number from G6 app. I do really love the food photo feature, because sometimes I really have a hard time remembering what I ate and it takes away the pain of writing it down.
Developer Response ,
Hi! Thank you for your feedback. We located the problem with your numbers not displaying correctly while typing, it will be fixed in the next update. To enable auto-syncing from your Dexcom, please open Health app — tap Browse — go to ‘Blood glucose’ (you may find it via the search field) — Scroll down to ‘Data Sources & Access’ — allow Dexcom app to write data and Undermyfork app to read data.
- Undermyfork Ltd.
- 42.3 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- © 2018 Undermyfork Ltd.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.