Diabetes UK has launched an Android version of its award-winning Diabetes Tracker App. Designed by experts, including people with diabetes, can help with your self-management allowing your to log and track a range of data, like blood glucose levels, insulin and carbs. You can share with your healthcare professionals if you wish. With use and over time it can let you see your results weeks and months. The iPhone version of the app appeared in September 2011 and been downloaded nearly 30,000 times. As well as a number of small improvements, the Android version introduces new features, in response to user demand. You can now export your saved data in comma-separated value (CSV) format in a spreadsheet, and send by email.
As part of the app, a Healthcare Essentials checklist lets you keep track of the checks and standards you should receive and you can record when these checks have been made, and set reminders for future checks. These new features have also been incorporated in an updated version of the iPhone app and will be available as soon. The Android app is available to download now from the Google Play Store, and the iPhone version can be downloaded from the iTunes App Store.
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