Diabetes UK Tracker
By Diabetes UK
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This official Diabetes UK app, Diabetes UK Tracker, is designed to be quick and simple to use, taking the chore out of logging your daily levels to help you effectively manage your diabetes.
Designed by a team that included user experience professionals, clinical specialists and the real experts – people with diabetes.
★ Track how you're feeling, and see how this affects your levels
★ Email graphs and notes directly to healthcare professionals, yourself and others
★ Share your graphs and notes on Facebook and Twitter
★ Take photos of your meals, or anything that reminds you of your day
★ Save specific records as 'talking points' to help you recognise patterns and use as reminders in healthcare appointments
★ Log your blood glucose, insulin, carbs, calories, weight and ketones
★ Use graphs to visualise your results across days and weeks
★ Store additional latest recordings including HbA1c, blood pressure and blood fat levels
★ Save details of your doctor and keep a log of appointment times
What's New in Version 1.8
- Fixed bug in Week View
Ok app but has flaws
I quite liked this app bit there are a couple of issues. If you want to see the last 7 days forget it. It only allows weekly view or daily so if its Monday, you see just 1 day and by Sunday it's 7! The other issue is it doesn't store the actual weight you put in. I don't know why but it kept changing what I put in. I now have to use 2 apps one for weight and one for blood glucose. It's a shame because otherwise it's slick and clean.
Nice app needs improved graphing
A good start but I would prefer if the graphs were able to track over a longer time period. Some pieces of information make more sense tracked over different time periods. The graph for the day is also too extended. It would be better if it fit on one screen.
All in all an easy way to keep track of most things to do with diabetes.
Good app... But very basic
This is a good app but very basic. It has the usual options to monitor your blood glucose or insulin etc. If you could add mmol/l on the graph when viewing that would be perfect as you have to check individually every record to check your mmol/l. I sent the graph to my diabetic nurse and she could not make anything. Apart from that everything else is ok.
- Category: Health & Fitness
- Updated: 04 May 2013
- Version: 1.8
- Size: 2.2 MB
- Languages: English, German
- Developer: Diabetes UK
- © 2011 Diabetes UK
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.