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AgaMatrix Diabetes Manager

AgaMatrix Diabetes Manager
developed by AgaMatrix, USA


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackersInformation

English

Cost: Free

Diabetes management log.

“The ‘WaveSense Jazz’ meter will be the first medical device to connect directly with the Apple iOS platform. A new download cable, demonstrated at the 2010 American Diabetes Association conference, will plug the ‘Jazz’ meter into the phone, so that users will eventually be able to automatically download their glucose data into the app. Visually, and in terms of functionality, it beats the competition hands down, if you ask me. It’s big, clear interface has been upgraded to provide more functionality: super-easy tabs for tagging your readings and making notes on them; graphical views in which important results are brightly highlighted; and the ability to tap any data point on a graph to immediately see details, notes, and tags on that individual result. You can also easily email charts of your results to your doctor or family members in basic CSV file format. Blood glucose results are color-coded, so that the highs and lows pop right out at you, so to speak. My one big gripe to date is the need for manual data entry.” Diabetes Mine, USA | http://bit.ly/bX7qLW


Tags: Medical

Bant - A diabetes app for the ePatient

Bant - A diabetes app for the ePatient
developed by Centre for Global eHealth Innovation, Toronto General Hospital, Canada


Allows networking with other people like me / Family / FriendsSelf-monitoringTrackers

Arabic / Chinese / English / French / German / Italian / Korean / Portuguese / Russian / Spanish

Cost: Free

Diabetes management app intended to simplify diabetes management, and to be used by adolescents and younger people with diabetes.

“Enables easier blood-sugar recording, and is an easier way to monitor blood-sugar changes over time. The developer created the app to help those with both type-1 and type-2 diabetes manage their blood sugar more effectively. Users of the app can record their blood-sugar levels anywhere they are, even if they forgot a pen. The app also produces a graphic display of blood-sugar readings over time. This enables users to see trends that might be hidden within logs of blood-sugar data.” Battle Diabetes | http://bit.ly/Qq9C0o


Tags: Medical

BlueLoop

BlueLoop
developed by MyCareConnect, USA


Allows networking with other people like me / Family / FriendsSelf-monitoringTrackers

English / German / Northern Sami / Spanish

Cost: Free

Allows a user to record diabetes-related personal information, including blood glucose levels, carbohydrate consumption, and medication.

"Consider Blue Loop a hub for caregivers of children with diabetes. Parents, doctors, and other caregivers can update a child’s information—with, say, the most recent blood glucose reading or lunch time carb grams—which the other caregivers can view in real time. Customizable text messages remind kids of diabetes-care activities and alert parents when a child has taken action." Diabetes Forecast Magazine, American Diabetes Association (ADA), USA | http://bit.ly/Yq4g8d


Tags: Medical

BlueStar Diabetes

BlueStar Diabetes
developed by WellDoc Inc


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackersInformation

English

Cost: A physician must write a prescription for the app
Provides immediate guidance and coaching to adults with type 2 diabetes after entering blood glucose or medication data. Helps track and calculate carbs and calculate medications. Helps track medications.
“The first MPT product on the market is BlueStar by WellDoc. You cannot get it in all states. BlueStar is designed for adults 21 or older with type 2 diabetes who are not on an insulin pump and are not pregnant. Your doctor writes a prescription for the service. A pharmacy fills the prescription. Your doctor may prescribe BlueStar directly or may ask your doctor about getting started. Once prescribed, you will download the BlueStar application from your app store. After you download, you will use an access code to register and get started with quick in-product training.
To use the system, you enter information about your treatment plan. The automated system then tells you what to do. For example, if you enter a fasting BG value that is within target range, you will get a positive message that reinforces your treatment plan. BlueStar allows you to send your doctor a summary of your progress before your next visit. Your healthcare team uses the report to learn more about your diabetes and determine any changes to your treatment plan. BlueStar does not provide emergency help.”
American Diabetes Association | http://bit.ly/1pV9yXA


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)  ·  Medical

Carbohydrate Units Calculator / Carb Counter & Food Exchange List for Diabetics

Carbohydrate Units Calculator / Carb Counter & Food Exchange List for Diabetics
developed by Jommi - Healthy Life. Simply Done.


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackersInformation

English / French / German / Spanish / Swedish

Cost: $3.99 (£3.07; ‎€3.55)
Carbohydrate counter to support self-management of diabetes.
The sister application "NutriCheck" is recommended by the German Diabetes Association. [Review states: contains thousands of relevant in daily life food with extensive nutritional values, vitamins & minerals constituents. All important ingredients of our food to be considered scientifically sound.  diabetesDE | http://bit.ly/2bgv2n1


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)  ·  Medical

DAFNE Online

DAFNE Online
developed by Simon Fisher (iPhone app); Keith Clarke (Android app), UK


Allows networking with other people like me / Family / FriendsSupport to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesInformation

English

Cost: Free

Allows the user to remain connected with the DAFNE Online support network for people with type-1 diabetes who have attended the ‘Dose Adjustment For Normal Eating’ (DAFNE) course.

“If you have diabetes, and have done the DAFNE course, this app is great. You can keep a diary, and it also has a comprehensive list of carbohydrate values. ” Patient group specialising in diabetes, UK | PatientView survey, July-August 2012


Tags: Medical

Dbees.com

Dbees.com
developed by Freshware, Poland


Allows networking with other people like me / Family / FriendsRemindersSupport to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackers

Dutch / English / French / Polish / Portuguese / Russian / Spanish

Cost: Free

Diabetes management app for people with type-1, type-2, gestational, latent-autoimmune diabetes of adulthood (LADA), or secondary diabetes.

“Looks interesting—it’s Polish. Tried it out on my new tablet. It doesn’t cater for exenatide or liraglutide medication. But it does seem to cover pump use (I don’t use a pump, so I can’t comment on its ability here). You can input your meal carbohydrate count, and injection times, and other medications. All access is through secure (https) websites, and it generates a mobile activation code which is emailed to you, and you don’t supply your name, or other personal details. You can access your data from your PC, and your mobile device synchronises with their website when you connect, which is good. There is a fledgling forum, as well.” Blogger on DiabetesSupport.co.uk, UK | http://bit.ly/RKXQjW


Tags: Medical

Dexcom

Dexcom
developed by DexCom Inc, USA


Information

English

Cost: Free

Training and educational app for use with the Dexcom 7 glucose-management sensor.

“For all Dexcom users out there, they came out with a mobile app. It’s available for Android and Apple. You'll no longer have to carry the user guide around (or call your husband). It has trouble-shooting, tutorials, reordering, and contact numbers on the app. Just thought I’d share.” Blogger on 1happydiabetic.com, USA | [Source no longer available]


Tags: Medical

Diabetes App - blood sugar control, glucose tracker and carb counter

Diabetes App - blood sugar control, glucose tracker and carb counter
developed by BHI Technologies Inc, USA


Allows networking with other people like me / Family / FriendsSupport to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackers

English

Cost: £4.44 [approximately €6.26, $6.99]

Diabetes data-management app that allows the user to log and track factors which influence blood-sugar level.

“With most of the apps out there for diabetics, blood-sugar control and tracking are the most important features. Well, ‘Diabetes Buddy’ goes at it using a different approach—trying to help users manage their diabetes by tracking the factors that influence our blood-sugar levels. This app really comes across to me as a proactive type of app, and not just another logbook. Great app, overall.” Free Diabetes Resources | Source no longer available


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)  ·  Medical

Diabetes Australia

Diabetes Australia
developed by Diabetes Australia


Improving communicationSupport to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackersInformation

English

Cost: FREE
An app that provides general support for living with diabetes as well as helping you find and manage your healthcare services.
Diabetes Australia has released their promo video for their new app! The app was promoted on World Diabetes Day at the conclusion of the Walk to Work Campaign in Wynyard Park, Sydney. Want to check out the app? It has fantastic information to assist with your diabetes management. Go to the Apple Store or Google Play and search for Diabetes Australia. Diabetes NSW | http://bit.ly/1WBs9ML


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)  ·  Medical

Diabetes Diary

Diabetes Diary
developed by Chris Bowley, fridayforward, UK


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackersInformation

English

Cost: £2.99 [approximately €4.28, $4.65]

Diabetes diary for recording and tracking blood-glucose readings, carbohydrate intake, and insulin dosing.

“I use ‘Diabetes Diary’, look at my trends, and work out the dose myself. I must admit it came in useful at the clinic, when the dietician was trying to persuade me the benefits of eating lots of carbohydrates. I could scroll through, and show her what happens when I overdose on the carbs.” “The other one I use is ‘Diabetes Diary’, which allows me to log all my data during the day. The carbohydrates are in grams. Plus, you can enter all the foods at each meal. It gives all the usual graphs and charts for analysing the data, and will also allow you to back up the data to your PC. I find it good for looking at trends. Some of the others I have looked at seem to geared solely to the USA.” Two bloggers on Diabetes Support Forum (DSF), UK | http://bit.ly/RJMI6Q


Tags: Medical

Diabetes Log

Diabetes Log
developed by Chris Ross/Distal Thoughts, USA


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackers

Chinese / Dutch / English / French / German / Russian / Spanish / Swedish

Cost: Free
Diabetes management tracker for recording food intake, glucose readings, and medicine records.
“I have diabetes, and I am a geek. So, of course, I find a few diabetic apps. One of these is ‘Diabetes Log’, written by Chris Ross. He has type-1 diabetes, and wanted an app to record his carbohydrates, glucose reading, and insulin dosages. And that’s as much as this app does. Chris is offering the app for free, while he work out the bugs (I didn’t find any), and plans to charge a small amount when he feels that the app is ready.” Blogger on TuDiabetes, a social network of the Diabetes Hands Foundation (DHF) | http://bit.ly/ULWMdX


Tags: Medical

Diabetes og kulhydratt

Diabetes og kulhydratt
developed by Pragmasoft A/S, Denmark


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringInformation

Danish

Cost: Free

Carbohydrate counter, insulin calculator, and food-nutrition-information app.

“The app will help the user track the intake of carbohydrates. The app consists of a large database of food products that will allow the user to measure how many carbohydrates is in a meal. The user can add more products to this database. The app also has a calculator that will measure the needed amount of insulin, according to the amount of carbohydrates in a meal.” Diabetesforeningen [Danish Diabetes Association], Denmark | PatientView survey, July-August 2012


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)

Diabetes Pal

Diabetes Pal
developed by Telcare Inc, USA


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackers

English

Cost: Free

Allows a user with diabetes to track A1c, blood-glucose levels, blood pressure, food intake, medication, weight, etc.

"Even if you don’t have a Telcare blood glucose meter that wirelessly sends test results to this app, you can take advantage of Diabetes Pal by manually entering your blood glucose readings. The app also logs your medicine and food, allows for note-taking, and—with what is probably the greatest draw for users without a Telcare meter—plots data on a line graph, pie chart, and bar graph. The downside: text in the logs can be a bit small." Diabetes Forecast Magazine, American Diabetes Association (ADA), USA | http://bit.ly/Yq4g8d


Tags: Medical

Diabetes Pilot

Diabetes Pilot
developed by Mike Biewenga of Digital Altitudes LLC, USA


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackersInformation

English

Cost: Apple: £16.11 [approximately €23.02, $24.99], Windows/Browser: £22.51 [approximately €32.23, $34.99]

Diabetes management app for anyone with diabetes (whether taking insulin, other medications, or just involved with diet and exercise). Dietary advice and good information is provided.

“Offers tons of reports and graphs, and the developers seem open to feature suggestions. My only dislike is that it can’t automatically download pump/meter data.” Blogger on TuDiabetes, a social network of the Diabetes Hands Foundation (DHF), USA | Source no longer available


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)

Diabetes UK Tracker

Diabetes UK Tracker
developed by Public Zone, Zone Ltd, UK


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackers

English / German

Cost: Free

Logs blood glucose, blood-fat and blood-pressure levels, calories, carbohydrates, HbA1c, insulin, ketones, and weight.

“The app is aimed at helping people with type-1 and type-2 diabetes better manage their condition, and is an example of how technology can help people with diabetes minimise the risk of complications. It is designed to be quick and simple to use, taking the daily chore out of logging levels such as blood glucose, carbohydrates and calories. The app was designed by a team that included user experience professionals, clinical specialists and people with diabetes, to help you manage your condition. Although there are a number of diabetes tracker apps available, the Diabetes UK app has some unique features to give it the edge. It is the first diabetes app that allows you to track how you are feeling, and see whether this affects your levels. Save specific records as ‘talking points’, to help you recognise patterns, and use them as reminders in healthcare appointments. This unique feature will help you get the most out of appointments by setting an agenda of your concerns.” Diabetes UK | http://bit.ly/pmjMZB


Tags: Medical

Diamedic

Diamedic
developed by Nicholas Martin, USA


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackersInformation

English / German / Spanish

Cost: £3.85 [approximately €5.52, $5.99]

Diabetes logbook that allows a user to record and monitor blood pressure, carbohydrate intake, exercise regimes, glucose readings, insulin injections, lab results, medication, pulse, temperature, weight, and other vital statistics.

“With this app, you can easily monitor your blood-glucose measurements. In addition, you can also specify the amount of insulin, and write notes (I’ve set the following notes: Before breakfast; After breakfast; Before lunch; After lunch; Before dinner; After dinner; Bedtime; Night). The app is also suitable for bolusing. The screen is divided into five sections, which can be defined by you. My five are: blood-sugar levels; insulin dosage; statistics; setup; and ‘More’. Glucose values and insulin input are two main menus, with the following input options available: blood-glucose levels; feature quantities; medications; laboratory results; sporting activities; weight; and pump data. You can view all the values in clear statistics in ‘Graphs’. Very nice, too, is that graphs are displayed in the transverse view when the phone is rotated. Values entered can be sent via email, or uploaded to a server. Conclusion: for me, the €5 is absolutely worth the money. This app is very clear, and easy to operate. It is available in German. Nine out of ten points.” Blogger on Diabetes-Blog.at, Austria | http://bit.ly/Pi1bIK


Tags: Medical

Diapp

Diapp
developed by Unit040 Design B.V./Unit040 Ontwerp B.V., Netherlands


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesInformation

Dutch / English

Cost: £2.09 [approximately €2.99, $3.25]

Carbohydrate-/meal-logging app and medication calculator.

“Counting the number of carbohydrates you have in a meal may take many ‘years’ with the aid of only a log-book and tables. Fortunately, there is now an app that can assist: ‘Diapp’. You simply select the products that you eat. The app then calculates the total carbohydrates, and the number of units you need to inject. You can also add products. Expansion to other platforms [beyond Apple] is at the planning stage. Meanwhile, this app is not available for Android devices. One of our readers pointed us to a similar app on Android: ‘HelpDiabetes’.” Diabetesvereniging Nederland (DVN) [Netherlands Diabetes Association], Netherlands | http://bit.ly/UyMNyc


Tags: Medical

EndoGoddess

EndoGoddess
developed by eProximiti; Duet Health LLC, both USA


RemindersSupport to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackersInformation

English

Cost: Free

Diabetes-management journal for recording and tracking blood-glucose levels, carbohydrate intake, and insulin dosages - with reminders when to test your blood glucose

“Earning rewards for tracking your blood sugar? That’s the new twist provided by ‘EndoGoddess’, a diabetes app from Dr Jen Dyer, an Ohio-based endocrinologist who is deep into social media. Her app allows patients to earn points for every day they log their blood sugars four times. The points can be cashed in for songs on iTunes. Cool. I found the interface for tracking your blood sugar very simple (almost too simple). There are only four slots to enter your blood sugar: breakfast, lunch, dinner and bedtime. You can enter carbs and insulin as well, but you can only enter your insulin dose in whole numbers. For pumpers, that’s a no-go. As far as we could tell, there was no way to backdate entries. In ‘Reminders’, you can set alarms to remind you to test your blood sugar. But they are pre-programmed at specific times, which you can’t change to your own preference. Unlike other diabetes apps, there are no graphs to review, and the only ‘history’ is the number of points you’ve earned in past weeks. Despite not being visible on the app, there are graphs you can share with your doctor or anyone else (a common feature in glucose-logging apps, these days). The app does also offer an educational component, with basic info on insulin, other diabetes meds, exercise and visiting your endocrinologist, plus recipes (although the recipes don’t come with carbohydrate counts). This app seems quite useful for newly-diagnosed people with diabetes, type-2 diabetics, or people who tend to test their blood sugar at the same, very specific, times of day (it’s not dynamic enough to handle the variety of life with type-1 diabetes). The app itself is nicely designed and easy to read and use. It misses the opportunity to customise, and provide enough information for the patient to see problem areas at a single glance. (Note that this app just came out two weeks ago, so we’re hoping for those additions soon.) The prospect of earning points for iTunes songs is a pretty tempting deal, though. Nice to see an endocrinologist getting into the apps game.” Diabetes Mine, USA | http://bit.ly/pteHMx


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)

Glooko

Glooko
developed by Glooko Inc, USA


Self-monitoringTrackersInformation

English

Cost: Free

Complementary logbook app that, when combined with the developer’s proprietary ‘Sync cable’, and various manufacturers’ compatible blood-glucose meters, saves a user with diabetes from having to manually enter blood-glucose readings.

“Just started using the app. The ‘Sync cable’ is easy to install. Just plug into the phone and the meter, and, in the app. choose your meter, and it downloads your reading.” Blogger on the Diabetes Connect social network, USA | [Source no longer available]


Tags: Medical

Glucagon

Glucagon
developed by Eli Lilly and Company, USA


RemindersSupport to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesTrackersInformation

English

Cost: Free

Guide for people with diabetes (and their carers) in the emergency administration of the Eli Lilly product, Glucagon.

“I think this app is a really good idea. The first screen shot shows the intro screen, detailing some of the features mentioned in the manufacturer’s press release. The second shows the ‘Home’ screen, and the third is a shot of the emergency instructions. I particularly think that the ‘Manage My kits’ log is a fantastic idea—since we’ve never used our Glucagon, I sometimes forget where we stashed it, and, honestly, I’m pretty sure it has expired. This app will allow me to set one or more reminders of the expiration date—one month before, two weeks before, and every day for the last week before the kit expires.” Bitter-Sweet blog, USA | http://bit.ly/RQb9vQ


Tags: Medical

Glucool Diabetes Premium

Glucool Diabetes Premium
developed by 3qubits, Denmark


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackersInformation

English

Cost: £3.18 [approximately €4.57, $4.96]

Diabetes management app that allows blood glucose, blood pressure, body-mass index (BMI), carbohydrate intake, exercise, HbA1c, insulin and medication doses, and weight to be tracked.

“If you’re looking for an easy way to track your diabetes, and are obsessed with numbers, then this app just might be the Android app you’re looking for. The app will help you keep track of your diabetes, and is a robust diabetes management app with a lot of great features. It will help you to gain better control of your diabetes by tracking and storing key data and numbers that you can monitor in a journal, or on graphs. Another great thing about this app is that it will allow you to send the data stored in the app to your doctor. The app will also compute statistics, and much more. The app has a very basic and sleek layout, with a ‘dashboard’-style opening screen that lets you easily select a feature.” Free Diabetes Resources, USA | http://bit.ly/Q4xvLr


Tags: Medical

Glucose Buddy

Glucose Buddy
developed by Azumio Inc, USA


Self-monitoringTrackers

English

Cost: Free

Data-storage utility for people with diabetes.

“A very handy app for people with diabetes that allows you to log glucose, meds, activity, and food intake. Well designed and graphically oriented, with graphs, log-in reminders, and the ability to sync information to your online account. You simply enter your information, then you can view all of your data on your free glucosebuddy.com online account.” Disabled World, USA | http://bit.ly/fNuPGI


Tags: Medical

Glucose Companion Free

Glucose Companion Free
developed by Maxwell Software, USA


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackers

English

Cost: Free

Blood-sugar and weight tracker.

“Simple, but very effective, way for people with diabetes to keep track of their blood-sugar reading. Great graphics.” North Shore Prostate Support and Awareness (North Shore PSA), Canada | PatientView survey, July-August 2012


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)

Glucose-Charter

Glucose-Charter
developed by Lee Konowe (e-Agent NZ Ltd), New Zealand


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackersInformation

English

Cost: £0.64 [approximately €0.91, $0.99]

Diabetes management app for recording and tracking blood glucose, food intake, insulin and medication.

“Slick app. A blood-glucose recording tool is complemented with a food database, to assist you in your dietary choices.” Blogger on the Diabetic Village social network, USA | http://bit.ly/OOqaDM


Tags: Medical

GoMeals

GoMeals
developed by Anupam Godbole, USA


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackersInformation



Cost: Free

App that aims to help a user manage blood-sugar levels through healthy eating.

“ ‘GoMeals’ is the best carbohydrate-counting app I’ve seen. Comprehensive, easy to use, and doesn’t require the Internet. Score!” Blogger on TuDiabetes, a social network of the Diabetes Hands Foundation (DHF), USA | Source no longer available


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)

Healthsome G for Glucose

Healthsome G for Glucose
developed by Taconic System LLC


RemindersSupport to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackers

Chinese / English / French / German / Japanese / Korean / Spanish

Cost: Free
Tracks glucose, meal types, medication, and weight.
“Using Healthsome G provides daily results that help me stick to the plan I have worked out for me. No real National Health Service (NHS) support for what I am doing. When I suggested to my GP, I was told most people would not want to record like this, so it is not worth them offering anything. My type-2 diabetes, my blood pressure, my cholesterol are all controlled. I did not take medications. I researched, and, using apps, have won.” Person living with post-polio syndrome and type-2 diabetes, UK | PatientView survey, August 2014


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)  ·  Medical

iBGStar mmol/L Diabetes Manager App

iBGStar mmol/L Diabetes Manager App
developed by AgaMatrix Inc, USA


Self-monitoringTrackersInformation

Dutch / English / French / German / Italian / Spanish

Cost: Free

Helps people with diabetes to track and manage blood-sugar levels.

“It’s easy to tag your meter readings with relevant notes. The built-in database includes an impressive list of items like ‘air bubble’, ‘fatty meal’, and ‘light exercise’. You can set your typical meal times, and it will automatically tag your readings. If you change your schedule, it’s straightforward to correct the tag. The ability to easily capture more data about your diabetes life is important. It will allow healthcare providers to better understand why a patient’s readings are what they are, and make better treatment decisions. Who can look back seven weeks and remember that there was an air bubble in their insulin-pump tubing? Very few. Having this knowledge is an important step towards improving outcomes.” Diabetes Daily, USA | http://bit.ly/JS5BiK


Tags: Medical

iRecordit Diabetes Sugar Glucose and Health Tracker

iRecordit Diabetes Sugar Glucose and Health Tracker
developed by Communiteq Systems Inc, Canada


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackers

English

Cost: £4.00 [approximately €5.73, $6.22]

Diabetes-management and personal-health app that allows a user to record and track personal health-related information.

“Asks the user to input certain data about their blood sugar and general health, and allows the user access to the visual representation of that data on their BlackBerry, or via email to their PC or healthcare provider. This visual representation allows you to have a daily view of your glucose levels. What’s missing from apps such as this is Bluetooth integration with an insulin monitor. I would like to see the developer partner with some large healthcare institutions to bring this sort of functionality, because automating and avoiding data input will make this app even better, and more effective.” Reviewer on the Diabetic Village social network, USA, linking to comments on the BlackberryCool online community for Blackberry users, Canada | [Source no longer available]


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)

LogFrog DB Lite

LogFrog DB Lite
developed by Elon Danziger of Amphistyle Inc, USA


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackersInformation

Catalan / English / French

Cost: Free

Diabetes management app for recording and tracking A1c levels, blood-glucose levels, blood pressure, carbohydrate intake, doctor visits, exercise activities, insulin or oral medication, weight, and other medical records.

“ ‘LogFrog DB’ is one of the newer diabetes-management apps. For three bucks (less than a co-pay), you get a new spin on the diabetes app. They did away with the clinical feel of filling out charts and entering data, and designed a really visual, snappy, and enjoyable logging experience. ‘LogFrog’ also has great graphs, and export tools to help people analyse and share their data.” Blogger responding to a Diabetes Forecast article in Healthy Living Magazine of the American Diabetes Association (ADA), USA | Source is no longer available


Tags: Medical

MedSimple

MedSimple
developed by My Diabetes Home LLC, USA


RemindersSupport to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesInformation

English

Cost: Free

Helps to manage medications by storing a list of the user's medicines, doctors and pharmacists.

"This app makes keeping track of your medications, well, simple. Add prescription and over-the-counter meds, doses, and frequency, as well as prescriber and pharmacy information. Set alerts to remind you to take your meds, or refill a prescription, and learn about possible savings on prescription drugs." Diabetes Forecast Magazine, American Diabetes Association (ADA), USA | http://bit.ly/Yq4g8d


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)  ·  Medical

My Inhealthcare

My Inhealthcare
developed by Inhealthcare


Allows networking with other people like me / Family / FriendsRemindersSupport to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackersInformation

English

Cost: Free
App used within parts of the UK National Health Service, enabling patients to track, monitor and manage their health, and choose to share data to share with healthcare professionals.
“Self-testing has allowed me to understand how warfarin works and helps me to stay in the ideal therapeutic range to keep myself as fit and healthy as possible. My readings are more consistent. It also helps me to follow a good diet and reminds me to avoid food and drink cause reactions like broccoli and cranberries. Previously it was a fortnight or a month between clinics and a fair bit can happen in that period. Now I can just test myself and ring the nurse for any advice.”

“This new app is really positive for anyone that is still working. It’s extended my working life really because…previously I was having to work around diary dates to get me to the clinic. Now I can test in the morning at home…I can test myself on the train going up and down from London….It’s given me quite a lot of freedom.”

Martin Smith, patient with atrial fibrillation | http://www.inhealthcare.co.uk/resource/inr-self-testing-martin-smith/ Including recording of interview on Radio Yorkshire


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)  ·  Medical

mySugr Diabetes Logbook

mySugr Diabetes Logbook
developed by mySugr GmbH


RemindersSupport to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackersInformation

Dutch / English / French / German / Italian / Polish / Spanish / Swedish

Cost: Free, Pro version £20.99 [approximately €29.66, $32.74]
Diabetes logbook that awards points for meaningful entries with the aim of 'taming the diabetes monster' by overcoming challenges. For quick access for your mobile see Qcard in screenshots.
“mySugr is an electronic diabetes diary that utilises a game platform to motivate users to track their diabetes data in a fun, unconventional format. mySugr doesn’t judge the quality of glucose variability, but instead rewards the user for participating. Earned points are tallied for gold stars indicated on a progress bar, letting users know how hard they’ve worked, and when they have beat their diabetes monster. For further motivation, mySugr offers challenges that can even result in donations to non-profit diabetes fund- raising and research organisations.” Diabetes Voice, September 2013, International Diabetes Federation (IDF), Belgium | http://bit.ly/1aG6bzP


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)

Numera Social

Numera Social
developed by Numera Inc, USA


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackersInformation

English

Cost: Free

Lifestyle planner for managing changes in nutrition and exercise regimes—one potential aim of which might be slowing the progression of diabetes, for instance. 

“The American Diabetes Association of Washington has partnered with Numera, a leading telehealth and social media technology company, to reach the community with a new approach to wellness and diabetes management. The app is free, and available to anyone who would like to participate in health plans and challenges, to improve nutrition and exercise, to prevent or delay the development and progression of diabetes. American Diabetes Association (ADA) | http://on.fb.me/1pV9yXx


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)

OnTrack Diabetes

OnTrack Diabetes
developed by GExperts Inc, Canada


RemindersSelf-monitoringTrackersInformation

English

Cost: Free

Helps people with diabetes manage their condition by tracking blood glucose, blood pressure (BP), exercise, food, medication, pulse, and weight.

“ ‘OnTrack’ is my favorite Android app. I tried several apps, but found them all either limiting, or too comprehensive. This is simple, and equates to keeping a diary. However, the neat feature is that it can record other things as well. I have blood-pressure problems, so I can record readings for blood pressure and pulse. Also, you can set up multiple medications. Before, I used three different apps that all worked differently. Now, I have all my medical stuff in one neat app. You can view the results in various formats, and you can upload the record book and graphs for any period you choose to a simple place like ‘Dropbox’. I highly reccommend this app.” Blogger on Diabetes.co.uk | http://bit.ly/LNShjA


Tags: Medical

Refills App

Refills App
developed by Angry Pumpkin Software Inc, Canada


RemindersSupport to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackers

English

Cost: £1.99 [approximately €2.55, $3.41]

Tracks the user’s remaining amounts of medications, displaying a countdown of the quantities left, and indicating how many days, weeks, or months, remain of each medication.

“Simple, but very effective, way for people to keep track of their blood-sugar reading. Great graphics. More than half of the patients with whom we are familiar use the app.” North Shore Prostate Support and Awareness (North Shore PSA), Canada | PatientView survey, July-August 2012


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)  ·  Medical

SiDiary

SiDiary
developed by Sinovo Ltd & Co KG, Germany


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackers

Catalan / Chinese / Croatian / Czech / Danish / Dutch / English / Finnish / French / German / Greek / Italian / Polish / Portuguese / Russian / Slovak / Slovenian / Spanish / Swedish / Thai / Turkish

Cost: Andorid: Free, Apple: £4.25 [approximately €5.99, $6.64]

Diabetes logbook for recording and tracking blood-glucose levels, blood pressure, carbohydrate intake, and medication.

“The app is well made, and attractive. For users of the app, a PC is a must, so that you can go read the data or statistics. But even for people who do not use the PC version, the app is a fully mature and good diary, though you must not forget those that the app does not export. For this, one would need the ‘SiDiary’ online data-print function, (not PDF, text only), and, therefore, it is only natural to synchronise the data to the Internet version.” Diabetes-Index of Diabetes Zentrale e.V. | http://bit.ly/rnOBK6


Tags: Medical

Track3

Track3
developed by Coheso Inc, USA


TrackersInformation

English

Cost: Android: £3.75 [approximately €5.36, $5.83], Apple: £3.85 [approximately €5.51, $5.99]

Diabetes logbook for the recording and tracking of factors affecting blood-sugar levels. Nutritional information is also provided.

“I use ‘Track3’ and ‘Calorie King’ for carbohydrate counting. Both apps are very good. There are other apps, but these two apps have the most flexibility. The ‘Track 3’ app is the best, though, because it covers everything that is diabetes related.” Blogger on the Type-1 Support Forum of the American Diabetes Association (ADA), USA | http://bit.ly/T9ZJ6R


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)

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