Glucose is built for tracking blood sugar, A1C, medications and more. This makes it easy to identify trends and retain your data. It is simple to continue tracking weight and blood pressure. You can also schedule reminders to ensure that you are diligent about checking your blood sugar. Whether you have diabetes or prediabetes, this app makes it easy to track your blood glucose levels.
The app also tracks what time of day you are checking your blood sugar, such as first thing in the morning, before a meal, or before bed. You can also add a note to each record.
Glucose also allows you to track insulin, medication, A1C, blood pressure, carbohydrates, weight and ketones. It is a comprehensive app for both diabetics and prediabetics. You can also sync data between devices, export a report for a loved one or a health care professional, and even view a graph of your data. The app also has configurable reminders to check your blood glucose levels. This helps you make sure to check these levels to stay in control of your diabetes. Tracking has never been easier.
Glucose integrates with HealthKit by writing all inputted entries to the Health app.
Be in charge of your diabetes! Blood sugar tracking has never been this easy!
This diabetes tracker also has an estimated A1C level. Please note that this is just an estimate and should never be used for diagnostic purposes.
Improved deleting an entry
Ratings and Reviews
Needs a little work
Coming from Android’s BG Monitor, I was looking for something equivalent in simplicity but still had the features I was used to and this was the closest I could find. For the most part it works fine but a few minor but deal killers for me.. First is the blood sugar is REQUIRED for an entry, sometimes a BG is not necessary if you are bolusing after a check/bolus/correction. I end up using the previous blood sugar and it messes with the averages displayed on the home screen. Second is the graph, when selecting a blood sugar it only displays the number and date, the time is not included which makes it difficult to target the exact time frame of a high/low trend. Third the contact information doesn’t work, it always displays “Cannot connect to server” at the top every time. There is also no feature for diet other than a notes section on each entry.
Perhaps once the bug with the contact method is fixed and I can get in touch I will change my review. This app has great potential but for me it’s not quite there yet.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for your feedback and review. We have fixed the bug with the in-app support. Please get in touch with us in the app to address your other concerns!
So beautifully designed without all the other distractions from other glucose apps
Learning to help navigate a Type 1 diagnosis, and this app is by far the easiest to navigate and see the full picture at a glance. We’ve downloaded and tried several of the top apps to see which is easiest and has all the features we need. Once the developer releases med update (see notes below), we will update to 5 stars. Highly recommend this app for anyone tracking blood glucose, but especially for those newly diagnosed with diabetes.
- all features are free and no annoying ads that take up half the screen
- easy to make entries and tag them for time of day, before/after meals, etc.
- filters make it easy to see trends, and emailed reports have every detail you could want to share with your dr.
- estimates A1C at top of the screen (also free feature)
- can make suggestions to developer within the app...and we got almost an instant response back! :)
- can set reminders throughout the day
- graph option gives clear picture of glucose trends
- can’t specify type of meds unless make a note on the feature (developer says this is coming soon)
- have to click on each entry to see the notes, so no way to see from overview screen which med was taken (hopefully med notes won’t be necessary with update)
- Apple Watch app isn’t functioning
I have just been diagnosed with diabetes a few months ago. I was using a paper log and thought there had to be an app to do this. I found this one. I really like it. Especially the reminders....BUT I only have to take my blood 2 days a week. I don’t want to turn off the reminders because I honestly need them, but it’s frustrating to have to get reminders every day instead of just the days I need it. I am so used to my phone calendar reminders that allows me to repeat reminders every week on the same days. I may go back to doing that. Other than the reminders, I think the app is pretty cool. I like the predicted A1C from my numbers. I also like the graph. I also like that I have a digital log and something easy I can show my doctor instead of having to remember to bring my paper log.
- Adappt LLC
- 61 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.