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Ranked the Top
Diabetes App by Healthline 3 times. Featured in Forbes, TechCrunch, and The
Washington Post. Adding the mySugr Diabetes App to your daily routine with
diabetes (Type 1, Type 2, or Gestational diabetes) will make...
Easy to use; needs a lot of work
This app is really easy to use, which is great because I really don’t have any desire to spend my time recording this data. The layout is relatively streamlined and the ability to customize the fields is nice. In a free app. Since I paid for the pro version, I expect some better features: 1) the ability to get rid of that infuriating monster. Stress raises blood sugar. Stop annoying me with that thing. 2) The developer team could really use some help from people skilled at data visualization. The visualizations aside from the color coded entries are useless. Add better graphs. 3) Add the ability to customize the tag tiles. And why the hell is menstruation on there? The app knows I’m male. Spend a little time having the app respond better to user data. 4) Get rid of the advertisement on the report in the paid version. And make it easier to get to the reports. 5) Take advantage of the fact that everyone with an iPhone expect visualizations to be better and more detailed when we rotate the phone. This app does nothing to take advantage of that capability.
I’m simply blown away
When I was diagnosed with pre-diabetes I went into data overdrive trying to get a hold of the problem and find a solution that works for me and my lifestyle. One of the key things I wanted was a solid, practical, and well designed tracker to help me paint a real world picture of my blood sugar daily. Of course the App Store doesn’t lack for applications and I downloaded nearly a dozen before settling on mySugr. Many asked for a lot of personal information with little guarantee of data protection. Others didn’t have enough options for data tracking. Some where simply ugly and unintuitive. I’ve never been so impressed with an app. I feel in control of my data, engaged to use it, and have already impressed my dietician with the data I’ve collected. I loved it so much I went to their site to see if they where hiring a web app developer lol. It’s obviously an app that is made by people who love what they do.
This is the best diabetes app ever! GET THE BUNDLE!
I was a diabetic with little control. I had given up. I ran into this app and it all changed. I started using the app and it was fun. I wanted to use it. I bought the bundle that came with the Accu-Chek Guide Meter and UNLIMITED STRIPS. I started poking my fingers all the time! Wanting that control. My A1C was 9.6. I learned that with more knowledge came more control and an interest in a diabetic diet and lifestyle changes that have helped me noticeably lose weight. I can’t wait to see what my next A1C is. I’m sure it’s going to be a lot better. Oh I forgot. With the bundle comes a Diabetic Educator right in the app. Well worth the 49 dollar investment each month. No appointments needed just message her in the app. If you combine the bundle, a new meter lance and lancets all you can poke strips and an educator you’re making money to save your own life. This was the best medical decision I’ve ever made. Tame your monster! Get MySugr today!
Helped me drop my A1C from a 11.5 to 5.5 in six mos!
When I first got diagnosed it was really scary, and overwhelming time. This app gave me something to concentrate on, it really helped me to log all of my eating and glucose records easily. Six months later now, things have gotten better for me and my need for logging every meal became less and less necessary and less testing too under Dr’s advice. I still enjoy doing a daily log in the morning, I enjoy the apps giggle when I log a 98 it’s a great way to start your day on a healthy step in controlling your sugar . I feel every newly diagnosed person should use this app, the free one was great, but the paid gives you the photo option which I use to take a picture of my meter Incase I key it in wrong. Essentially this is a very important tool for recording your monitoring of your blood glucose and diet intake to help you lower your A1C. I highly recommend it Thank you my Shugr
Super easy, very grateful!
This app is crisply legible w/out the add-ons and is also free from advertisements! Had this app on my droid and have recently switched back to iOS and it performs exactly the same way between both systems. Type 1/ accu check- aviva; use basic edition of app. Love the update options but currently have great insurance and endrocrinoligical care. Bug issues and/or crashing/freezing have never been an issue between both systems. Incredibly grateful to have found this app as any other app I’ve used in the past will allow about ten logs before demanding a monetary upgrade. This app allows everything you need for free and saves unlimited logs since account setup. This tells me that whoever created this app finds that the health and well being of a diabetic means more than monetary success; otherwise they wouldn’t offer SO MUCH FOR FREE! Thank you thank you thank you!
Fabulous app for all types of diabetes
This app is amazing. I tried several and this is by far my favorite. The app itself as a stand-alone is easy to use and lets you enter the usual blood sugars, insulin, carb counts, etc. plus notes on what you ate and then you can also tag the type of food and what you were doing (exercising, at work, etc). The app syncs directly with accu chek meters. It can also sync with Apple health (and by extension with garmin or with One Touch meters). By far the best feature is the premium subscription which gets you unlimited test strips and in app access to a certified diabetic educator. This has been incredibly helpful for me and is very reasonably priced. The monster animation and level of humor in the app is fun too. I hope that they continue to add challenges and/or make the challenges automatic (like Apple does if you have an Apple Watch).
My most used app. Love it.
I use this for tracking glucose, blood pressure, carb intake, and a1c. I use another app to log my food and calculate carbs and I manually enter the carb values in mySugr. I also use another app for tracking activity and for tracking my weight, and mySugr imports this data with no problem via Apple Health. I started with just the regular version and then the pro version. But I needed the unlimited strips so I got the bundle. I’m very happy to have the bundle because the diabetes educator has been wonderful. Best things: I can see the data easily in the logbook. Like the way the glucose, carb, and blood pressure values are listed in separate columns. Like the ability to describe the meals and tag food categories for each meal. Also like the separate note field and general tags like “before meal”, “eating out”, etc. Love the monster and the cute sounds. Love the reports. Wish the app had the following: Easy way to jump back to the top in the log book. Larger numbers for the time values in the logbook. When making the entry I can see the time easily, but once data has been logged, the time value is in small font. If you can’t make the font larger, maybe add ability to zoom on the time when press and hold on the time? Thanks for this app and the bundle service.
Thanks for making a more abundant and long life possible!
Really enjoying this app!! For the first time in 20 years my diabetes is under control! My doctor LOVES the detailed reports! I love the ease of operation and entries. My eyesight is improving and I am losing weight! I do not feel hungry all the time and I have a tangible way of seeing my progress. If there was one thing I would ask for improvement would be a place where we could list other medications we take - as a heart patient Ibhave several meds I take that I would also want to log here. Timing is important. In the meantime I an abreviating the meds with letters so I can log them too. This has been a good work around. Perhaps also someWhere to log fluid intake also. Jus a thought. For me this has been a life saver. I love it!! Thanks!
I’ve been using this app and the subscription service since my diagnosis in 2015. Overall it’s been an amazing app for my needs BUT in the last few months it’s become really buggy, unbelievably slow and crashes all of the time. I turned off it’s access to apple health thinking that would help as it often cant seem to connect, but nope...still slow like 1999 dialup. It’s a dilemma because I have so much data there that I don’t want to switch to a different app but it’s getting super frustrating to deal with a long wait for every field I fill out, then a crash that makes me have to fill it out all over again...all while my food is getting cold. I have a iPhone XR that’s caught up with all updates and this is the only app on my phone that seems to have a problem so I don’t think it’s my phone. I don’t know. I do love this app otherwise though so I’m hoping something gets worked out.
Better than paper
When my doctor handed me a piece of paper, I searched for something better and found MySugr. It tracks almost everything I need. I was surprised that my diabetes educator had not heard of it. I like that it estimates the A1C and the monster is cute. I like the idea of the package but I don’t need unlimited test strips-just the coach. Not worth paying extra for. To make it perfect, integrate with MyFitnessPal so I don’t have to enter meals in 2 places AND integrate with Freestyle Libre. This is such a need that I suspect you could charge a reasonable amount for it. I rarely use my Accucheck meter which does integrate. I would also like the ability to enter my own medicine not on the pre-defined list. The last thing I would like is the ability to rearrange or hide some of the icons. I rarely use some and have to go over 2 screens for those I use often. Great concept just keep improving.
Great app, missing one convenience for gestational diabetes
This app is great overall. I’m using for gestational diabetes, and at my first meeting with a diabetes counselor, they were really impressed with the data report mySugr generated. I love that it syncs data automatically and wirelessly from my glucose tester. I just wish I could set a different target range for my fasting blood sugar than the post-meal blood sugar. The color-coding of readings makes it really easy to scan for values outside the target range, but fasting numbers (at least for gestational diabetes) have a lower target cap than post-meal numbers so it’s not as easy for me to spot when my fasting number is too high. I also sometimes wish there was a field for general notes, not just the meal notes (which I sometimes end up using to make other notes on the situation) but since that workaround exists, it bothers me less.
This application is excellent. I can use it to track symptoms, meals, and activities throughout the day. I wish I could use it as my main app to have everything consolidated, but I’m disappointed that I can’t link the Fitbit app or the device, the Cronometer app, or MyFitnessPal app. I also wish that it had more options for people with hypoglycemia, such as reactive hypoglycemia or dumping syndrome. It only has different types of diabetes as options. I’m also great value to pay $49 for the premium membership considering the unlimited test strips that will pay for themselves many times over if you need to test multiple times a day. However only Accu-Chek is supported. The cheaper memberships are good too and reasonably priced. In general, this app is fantastic.
A steal!! UPGRADE IMMEDIATELY
Two words: UNLIMITED STRIPS. The deluxe features are great for notating the day so you can notice patterns and the detailed reports look so nice. Im able to print them or email them to my doctor, and this app gives an estimated A1C once you give it enough data. They send you a Bluetooth enabled glucometer, which has simplified my life. If you have a continuous glucose monitor, mySugr links up with it. My diabetes educator is the first healthcare professional ive met with T1D just like me, she’s extremely accessible. I don’t feel judged for once and my diabetes is in MY control now. And i adore how the app lets me name my “diabetes monster”. Externalizing my condition like that really helps me disconnect from my diabetes and see it as a virtual pet i have to take care of. I CANNOT RECOMMEND THIS ENOUGH
Would have been 5 stars, if more devices synced
***updated review** They have added more brands of testing kits. I also asked them to be able to delete test results en masse, instead of 1 @ a time. They agreed & said they will try to get that done. For now, customer service walked me thru deleting the app & old testing info (which did not want to delete) then reloading the app. They still have not included my One Touch Verio IQ (which is only test kit I could get thru UnitedHealthCare). I like this app, & use it multiple times each day. Being able to print out my reports is very helpful @ Dr visits. It is silly, but I enjoy the little green monster's sounds and sayings. Also, I wish more diabetic Rx options were included (like Byetta).
Comprehensive, easy to use app for sugar mgmt
I needed to track my blood glucose and food..this is free and does way more than that, offering summaries, charts, and reports - those are a paid feature. I got a trial of the pro version and used it to print out PDF and Excel versions of my report, which I have to my endocrinologist. He was able to see the results easily. I’m continuing to use it. Since the data is all online, I can use the app on multiple devices and sync. Could use more categories for food types - e.g. what type is coffee? - and I’d like to see A1C estimates without requiring 3 bloods per day...understanding it would be less accurate, but so is the estimate even with three per day. I do like that you can go back and edit just about anything. Perhaps multiple undo features would be helpful in case you make larger mistakes, esp. with older data. Overall, I’m satisfied with it. Using this data and other data - Bluetooth scale, for example - and merge it all in the Apple Health app. It might be useful to get more advanced reporting and/or recommendations from the entered data, such as looking into possible issues, or recommending changes to diet or exercise based on the data entered.
Yes. mySugr - Diabetes Tracker Log is quiet safe to use but use with caution. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 9,111 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.7/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for mySugr - Diabetes Tracker Log Is 31.7/100.
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