iOS/$5.99 and Android/$6.99
- Calories and carbohydrate values for 80,000 plus foods
- No monthly fees
- Supports mg/dl or mmol/L units
- Customization lists for favorite exercise, insulin and medications.
- Glucose tracking charts
The app’s interface is a little clunky though, and the fact that you can only record meals in the standard size is a major limitation, especially when the user wants to record a fraction of a standard serving size that the app uses. However, the app does allow the user to record the number of standard servings taken per meal.
Overall Impressions from Around the Web:
Very positive reviews for the iOS version with several users with diabetes reporting that it was making a real difference in losing weight and managing their diabetes. Android users were having some problems, though, especially switching over from an iOS platform. The company seems to working on fixing these issues however.