Glucomate: A New iPhone App for Analyzing Your Glucose Data
By Arvind Sommi
Glucomate can help people with type 1 diabetes identify trends in their glucose levels, view historical data, and make better decisions about managing their diabetes.
Glucomate is a new iPhone app that helps people manage their diabetes. The developer found it challenging to make use of all the data that was collected from his continuous glucose monitor, so he decided to create an app that could help him and others in a similar situation.
Users can view specific dates to see what data was collected on that day, identify trends, and see glucose levels during specific activities. For example, if you have an Apple Watch and track your workouts, Glucomate can help you identify the effect that certain exercises have on your blood glucose levels.
The app also lets users manually add data from your iPhone or Apple Watch. Historical data can display averages, high/low information, time in range, as well as charts based on 7, 14, 30, or 90 days of readings. This feature can help users spot trends and make better decisions on how to manage their glucose levels.
While some of these features are free, the full version of Glucomate can be purchased for $1.99 per month, $14.99 per year, or as a one-time $59.99 lifetime unlock. The app is designed to be a helpful tool for people with Type 1 diabetes who want to manage their glucose levels more effectively. With its easy-to-use interface and features like historical data, users can spot trends and make better decisions on how to manage their condition.
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