Diabetes Diary allows diabetics to record glucose readings, insulin doses and carbohydrate intake, supporting both mmol/L and mg/dL units for glucose readings and a fully customisable list of insulin types. As a diabetic myself, I wrote this application to help me monitor my diabetes and view trends over time.
Activity is available to view in a month-by-month history and is presented with an overview of mean glucose reading and daily insulin dose. The same information is also presented in a graph view with the facility to take a capture for future reference.
- mmol/L and mg/dL support with low and high value highlight option
- fully customisable insulin brand list
- carbohydrate intake
- fully customisable 'time of day' tagging with associated start and end times and auto-fill function
- note facility for glucose readings, carb intake and insulin doses
- edit and delete facility
- toggle fast-access to Add New Readings on application start-up
- month-by-month and last seven days history views with mean glucose reading and daily carb intake and insulin dose and email export
- graph view with capture facility
- 'average day' graph view with capture facility
- injection site distribution diagram
- HTML/CSV export and full database back-up and restore via Dropbox and built-in web server
More is information at http://diabetesdiary.fridayforward.com
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- Support for iPhone X
- Improved support for iOS 11
- Fixes issue when adding empty events
Ratings and Reviews
Missing Critical Pieces for Type 2s
I just downloaded this app less than 2 hrs ago (in my search for the easiest & best way to manage my T2 Diabetes and already I'm having problems AND issues; problems with stability (20+ crashes in less than 2 hrs ... as they say on ESPN: "Come On Man!"); issues in the app design ... advanced T2s often take several types of insulin but in the Daily overview you lump all types of insulin together ... BOGUS! I need to know that I took 10 inits of Novolog AND 31 units of Levemir, lumping these together is a little like saying I've got 15 gallons of hydrocarbons in my car instead of 11 gals of gas and 4 gals of oil. 15 doesn't tell me how far my car will go and 41 units of Insulin doesn't tell me anything about what my body is doing.
I'll hold on to this app for a while and check back to see if anything has improved (being retired on a fixed income I have issues with throwing money away) ... but for now I'm going back to using Glucose Buddy for tracking my data, Glucose Companion for showing my BG graphs, and CarbControl for predicting my Carb intake to calculate how much fast insulin I need before each meal ... the search goes on for "One App to Rule Them All."
One of the best...but
Great app overall. Very quick and easy to enter data; time-of-day is populated based on clock time and this is tied to all entries made at same time many other apps make u select time if day...and for each event even if entered together Would like to see better exporting of data though. App will group events done at one time (BG,carb,ins) onto one line, but this grouping disappears on export to HTML or csv. Also no way to get 24-HR averages report out of the app. Can capture graphs into photos and email which is ok. Biggest problem is can't reach developer for support??? Emailed 4 days ago w/no reply and just sent f/u which came back 'undeliverable'. Bummer! Chris, are you there still? You have done a great job so hoping you will keep up with this app!! Tx
Seriously, this 2.99 app might have just added years of health to my life! It's so easy to use, works like a charm, and gives you everything you need without giving you the information overload of other programs that just distracts you from seeing the real patterns. Being able to filter variables and switch from list to graph views has allowed me to really understand the patterns and reasons for my highs and lows and allowed me to adjust my insulin levels to exactly where they work best. Thank you so much for this program. Literally, it's a life-saver!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.