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mySugr - Diabetes App & Blood Sugar Tracker

mySugr - Diabetes App & Blood Sugar Tracker

mySugr GmbH

Sync your blood glucose device, log values automatically and tame your diabetes!

4.6 Ratings 64K+ Reviews 1M+ Downloads
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Sync your blood glucose device, log values automatically and tame your diabetes!
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4.6
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  • Food Journal, BG Log, Activity Tracker in One Place Jul 22, 2020

    By ashgonzales
    As a diabetic, I have to track everything, which includes my food journal, my blood glucose, and my physical activity. Not to mention I’m all about aesthetic and a user-friendly interface, which is why mySugr really works for me. The fact that everything is in one place or connects to other vital health apps such as YAZIO, my food journal app), it makes me proud to be able to show all of that to my endocrinologist every three months. Many doctors dread seeing a long list of blood logs, but mySugr gives you a convenient 2 week log option you can show to your doctor instead (which saves their admin time!) It’s helped me to bring down my A1c (as it gives an estimate as you use it more long-term) and I really cherish the game-like challenges it gives you (though I wish there were more). Overall, I always come back to this app because of its ease of use and how it works with my other apps and Dexcom. Also, it really saved my life and a lot of money at one point when I couldn’t afford to buy a lot of blood testing strips. If your insurance isn’t great or you don’t have a Dexcom, I would recommend getting this because it allowed me to stockpile those strips and to allow for better monitoring of my blood glucose.
    more
  • Feb 14, 2021

    By Mandar Bahadarpurkar
    So far the app has liven up to it's promise. Has lots of features to monitor the health. For developers, I would like to see two features added. 1. Ability to check blood pressure using the phone's in-built sensors. And 2. Rather than user having to manually enter foot steps, the app should automatically do so. If the app can monitor SpO2 levels, may be entered manually and provide comprehensive report. This will be one of the finest apps.
    more
  • By far the best glucose level tracking app! Feb 15, 2020

    By cyber553
    I used an old app for many years but eventually it became incompatible with latest iOS and I had to change. I tried 6 different apps and this one trounced the competition at the time. That was 3 years ago, and since then, the app has gotten better in many ways. This service and development teams are incredible. Super-responsive, they understand when you have issues and and I’m constantly impressed with how quickly they’re able to implement changes and get them out to their users. One complaint about a recent change: If you have a meter that syncs entries directly with the app, you no longer have the ability to adjust the time of the entry. I liked to do this for times when I end up waiting 15-45 mins after testing to take my pre-meal shot, since getting precise timing of insulin injections is more important than precise timing of BG readings while fasting. Sadly, this is no longer an option and instead the only option is to delete the synced entry and recreate it manually, which is MUCH more painful. I wish they would restore users’ the ability to manage their own data how they see fit.
    more
  • Feb 12, 2021

    By Alan Jones
    Since I started using the app I have a much clearer view of how good or bad my diabetes is. For me the monster is unnecessary, I enjoy the points system, helps me to keep up the necessary BSL tests. I find the ease of entry of feelings good. I will be upgrading to PRO version, but maybe just a simple PDF of blood levels would be good. An idea for you, automate the medicines list, I have a long list of medications, doing it by hand is time consuming and a problem, I don't use this feature.
    more
  • Fabulous app for all types of diabetes Jun 18, 2020

    By Doberman_Warrior
    First: premium version offers unlimited strips for $49 per month!!!!! Ok now that I got that out of the way. 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). Also I’d love a way to input sleep for tracking purposes (like I input what time I go to bed, what time I fall asleep and what time I get up in the AM and the app calculates my total sleep hours).
    more
  • Mar 4, 2021

    By Jim Smart
    After almost 6 moths of using the mySugr App,, I am still underwhelmed.. For the most part it works well with my Roche Accu-Chek Guide meter. As I learn more about my overall health and find additional metrics worth capturing hopefully in this App., my opinion may change.
    more
  • Too many bugs with Apple Health Sep 29, 2020

    By PBroRaulio
    This app is great, with the exception that it has too many bugs with apple health. The responses that the developer gives me is for someone who is a rocket scientist at this. I finally quit paying for the full version. I always tell myself that I will pay for the full version when it finally has no bugs with apple health. But it has been around three years and no changes. I also wish that I could connect somehow with my freestyle libre 14 days. Every day it gives me the message that I need to restart my phone in order to get it to work correctly. The funny thing is that I restart my phone every single day at the end of the day regardless and it still happens.
    more
  • All glucose entry’s gone Dec 31, 2017

    By Brinebaby
    I was in love with this app a couple of days ago. I just needed something easy to track my levels and to see a graph of my habits on the pill and off the pill. I woke up this morning with all my entry’s gone expect maybe 3-5 for the last couple of months of manual entry. YIKES!!!! I logged out and back in thinking there might have been an error but no data came back. The only things I see for each day is either “before meal” with no glucose level or my input of the pill.... there isn’t a way for me to go to settings and click SYNC or BACKUP and I feel there should be a manual way to push a sync button or backup button so this does not happen again. I can’t say that I will be using this app anymore sadly..
    more
  • My sugar Or One Drop Feb 25, 2019

    By David Alan 99
    Good app for tracking blood glucose. Since I dropped my pro membership I think I have lost some of my report capabilities. I would love to come back but I need to track my carbs and other nutritions. Since Loose It is no longer allowed to communicate with my sugar it doesn’t help me. Is there any plans to bring back this communication? Or, is there any other way to get the carb/nutritional information from the Health app into my sugar. It’s up to you guys wether I can come back. Right now one drop does allow loose it information to come over. However I like your reporting a little better. Please let me know for I’m about to choose one drop or one sugar for a meter/strip program.
    more
  • Used to be great, now just crashes Feb 22, 2021

    By Emariya
    I thought maybe it was just that I needed to update, because every time I tried to open the app, it would appear for a second or two then close. I updated, no change. I deleted the app, reinstalled, things looked good. It let me reload my stuff. I went to my trend. It was really slow but said it was working on it or something like that. I left the app (not hard closed/swiped up) and came back about 5 minutes later to check...RIGHT back to it closing out on me as soon as I open. I have the bundle snd I am not sure it is accurately counting my used strips. I have like 2 boxes left and usually by now, I'd have another shipment scheduled...🤷‍♀️🤷‍♀️
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  1. Personalized Logging Screen feature lets you keep track of all of your most pertinent medical information at your fingertips
  2. Medical Analysis lets you see daily, weekly, and monthly overviews of your health that you can easily share with medical professionals
  3. Insulin Calculator helps you determine the dosage of insulin you need to stay happy and healthy - make necessary corrections for meals and more

Reviewed by Katelyn on March 15, 2018

  • Food Journal, BG Log, Activity Tracker in One Place Jul 22, 2020

    By ashgonzales
    As a diabetic, I have to track everything, which includes my food journal, my blood glucose, and my physical activity. Not to mention I’m all about aesthetic and a user-friendly interface, which is why mySugr really works for me. The fact that everything is in one place or connects to other vital health apps such as YAZIO, my food journal app), it makes me proud to be able to show all of that to my endocrinologist every three months. Many doctors dread seeing a long list of blood logs, but mySugr gives you a convenient 2 week log option you can show to your doctor instead (which saves their admin time!) It’s helped me to bring down my A1c (as it gives an estimate as you use it more long-term) and I really cherish the game-like challenges it gives you (though I wish there were more). Overall, I always come back to this app because of its ease of use and how it works with my other apps and Dexcom. Also, it really saved my life and a lot of money at one point when I couldn’t afford to buy a lot of blood testing strips. If your insurance isn’t great or you don’t have a Dexcom, I would recommend getting this because it allowed me to stockpile those strips and to allow for better monitoring of my blood glucose.
    more
  • By far the best glucose level tracking app! Feb 15, 2020

    By cyber553
    I used an old app for many years but eventually it became incompatible with latest iOS and I had to change. I tried 6 different apps and this one trounced the competition at the time. That was 3 years ago, and since then, the app has gotten better in many ways. This service and development teams are incredible. Super-responsive, they understand when you have issues and and I’m constantly impressed with how quickly they’re able to implement changes and get them out to their users. One complaint about a recent change: If you have a meter that syncs entries directly with the app, you no longer have the ability to adjust the time of the entry. I liked to do this for times when I end up waiting 15-45 mins after testing to take my pre-meal shot, since getting precise timing of insulin injections is more important than precise timing of BG readings while fasting. Sadly, this is no longer an option and instead the only option is to delete the synced entry and recreate it manually, which is MUCH more painful. I wish they would restore users’ the ability to manage their own data how they see fit.
    more
  • Feb 12, 2021

    By Alan Jones
    Since I started using the app I have a much clearer view of how good or bad my diabetes is. For me the monster is unnecessary, I enjoy the points system, helps me to keep up the necessary BSL tests. I find the ease of entry of feelings good. I will be upgrading to PRO version, but maybe just a simple PDF of blood levels would be good. An idea for you, automate the medicines list, I have a long list of medications, doing it by hand is time consuming and a problem, I don't use this feature.
    more
  • Fabulous app for all types of diabetes Jun 18, 2020

    By Doberman_Warrior
    First: premium version offers unlimited strips for $49 per month!!!!! Ok now that I got that out of the way. 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). Also I’d love a way to input sleep for tracking purposes (like I input what time I go to bed, what time I fall asleep and what time I get up in the AM and the app calculates my total sleep hours).
    more
  • Make tracking easy Dec 31, 2020

    By Rodfle
    New to being diabetic but this app tracks all my blood sugars if you have the Apple Watch it connected to their exercise app and keeps track of that you can log your food quite a heavy little program and if you want you can actually pay for the premium version which gives you unlimited test strips. Update! So I was just diagnosed 3 months ago as having diabetes. My A1C was in the 10.9 range at the time. I found this app just days after and began tracking my levels very frequently and regularly. With the information I was able to adjust according. I added a daily 45 minute workout. (Never did before) and within 3 months my A1C was 5.4. My doctor was amazed and wants to share this app with others. He recommended I continue to track frequently and maintain what I am doing. He also decreased my medication and may take me off meds altogether. Thanks MySugr for helping me get my health back on the right track!
    more
  • Feb 14, 2021

    By Mandar Bahadarpurkar
    So far the app has liven up to it's promise. Has lots of features to monitor the health. For developers, I would like to see two features added. 1. Ability to check blood pressure using the phone's in-built sensors. And 2. Rather than user having to manually enter foot steps, the app should automatically do so. If the app can monitor SpO2 levels, may be entered manually and provide comprehensive report. This will be one of the finest apps.
    more
  • Really good! Could easily be great. Dec 7, 2020

    By laura_lyonhart
    I’ve been using this app (I pay for the Pro subscription) for over a month now to track my glucose, diet, supplements, and medication for gestational diabetes. I love that it integrates with my Apple Health so it automatically shows how much I’ve exercised, the steps I’ve taken, and even confirms my glucose readings as my Contour Next app also integrates with Apple Health. The automatically generated reports allow me to easily keep my midwife updated on my readings. My one and only complaint and the only reason I’m docking a star is this: why can’t I see my scheduled reminders and update them? Once you input a meal the app allows you to set a reminder. However, once it’s set it does not display that you’ve even set one anywhere within the app or allow you to edit it. I’d also love to be able to set a daily reoccurring timer within this app for my supplements and medication since I also track it here, but there’s none to be found. This would be a really simple add that would take this app up to perfect!
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  • Feb 10, 2021

    By Ashleigh Loker
    This app is great and is so much easier for my doctor to follow my progress. The only downside and I know it probably isn't applicable for everyone, but I have and use 3 Accu-Chek meters. One is the Guide and 2 are the Mobile with the wireless adapter attached. Switching between a Mobile meter and the Guide is quite easy but if I want to use either of my Accu-Chek Mobiles, I have to unsync one and then connect to the other. It would be great to have a feature to keep both connected to the app.
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  • Awesome app, pricey Oct 22, 2020

    By Kellymomof3
    We have enjoyed using this app to track our newly diagnosed t1 son. Over the three weeks we have been using it, we were able to earn the pro version by “taming the monster “ by logging 50 points worth of activity a day, for a week. This was not difficult as we logged every BG check, the insulin he received, what he ate and when, and how active to was. It has been a great help to us to have this format to do it. That hearing said, if we didn’t earn the pro version by our frequent use, there’s no way we would have bought the pro version ourselves. Everything with diabetes will nickle and dime you and this app is no exception. But we would have kept using the limited version indefinitely because it is totally adequate for our needs and we enjoyed that version as well. I’d recommend this app to anyone looking to keep good track of their or their child’s diabetes, especially before you are approved for and using your CGM or pump.
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  • Feb 26, 2021

    By Robin Echols
    Things I love: the goofy monster, the tally of carbs, the estimated A1C, the easy note taking and the symbols you can assign to easily see details. Things I wish it had: the ability to sync with Librelink. Overall, super awesome app.
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  • Feb 25, 2021

    By Rich Skeats
    Having been diabetic on an insulin pump for years. The app feels abit of a step back from functionality of the pump handset with having to now use multiple devices to input bolus amounts. I understand that this functionality is being reviewed and should be available soon. The graph and data is well laid out and easy to compare. I understand the use of the monster to get young kids engaged but this should be able to be switched off.
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  • Easy to use; needs a lot of work Oct 27, 2017

    By awargo4
    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.
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  • Feb 24, 2021

    By J P
    Used for some years but now using an alternative. The your feedback means a lot to us I find hard to understand as over the years of use, the app has basically remained the same. At times features have been removed after updates. Not compatible with Libre or many other glucose meters. Failure of any real new improvements after years of use has led to seeking other apps for use.
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  • Feb 20, 2021

    By Scott Dicks
    Very comprehensive app. Solid communication with Accu Check Glucometer. Reports are impressive. Learning curve is about a day. Easy to edit and keep the diary accurate. I have the supported blood pressure cuff. It doesn't connect as reliable as the glucomitor, but ok. I which it had pulse ox. The reporting doesn't have filters or report BP. Not as useful as it once was.
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  • Feb 24, 2021

    By Fiona Glasscock
    I find this to be a useful app, but the one thing I don't like is that you can't input different target ranges, so the waking range, which should be lower, can't be different. So when my blood sugar is high on waking, it thinks it's ok.
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  • Mar 4, 2021

    By Jim Smart
    After almost 6 moths of using the mySugr App,, I am still underwhelmed.. For the most part it works well with my Roche Accu-Chek Guide meter. As I learn more about my overall health and find additional metrics worth capturing hopefully in this App., my opinion may change.
    more
  • Too many bugs with Apple Health Sep 29, 2020

    By PBroRaulio
    This app is great, with the exception that it has too many bugs with apple health. The responses that the developer gives me is for someone who is a rocket scientist at this. I finally quit paying for the full version. I always tell myself that I will pay for the full version when it finally has no bugs with apple health. But it has been around three years and no changes. I also wish that I could connect somehow with my freestyle libre 14 days. Every day it gives me the message that I need to restart my phone in order to get it to work correctly. The funny thing is that I restart my phone every single day at the end of the day regardless and it still happens.
    more
  • All glucose entry’s gone Dec 31, 2017

    By Brinebaby
    I was in love with this app a couple of days ago. I just needed something easy to track my levels and to see a graph of my habits on the pill and off the pill. I woke up this morning with all my entry’s gone expect maybe 3-5 for the last couple of months of manual entry. YIKES!!!! I logged out and back in thinking there might have been an error but no data came back. The only things I see for each day is either “before meal” with no glucose level or my input of the pill.... there isn’t a way for me to go to settings and click SYNC or BACKUP and I feel there should be a manual way to push a sync button or backup button so this does not happen again. I can’t say that I will be using this app anymore sadly..
    more
  • My sugar Or One Drop Feb 25, 2019

    By David Alan 99
    Good app for tracking blood glucose. Since I dropped my pro membership I think I have lost some of my report capabilities. I would love to come back but I need to track my carbs and other nutritions. Since Loose It is no longer allowed to communicate with my sugar it doesn’t help me. Is there any plans to bring back this communication? Or, is there any other way to get the carb/nutritional information from the Health app into my sugar. It’s up to you guys wether I can come back. Right now one drop does allow loose it information to come over. However I like your reporting a little better. Please let me know for I’m about to choose one drop or one sugar for a meter/strip program.
    more
  • Used to be great, now just crashes Feb 22, 2021

    By Emariya
    I thought maybe it was just that I needed to update, because every time I tried to open the app, it would appear for a second or two then close. I updated, no change. I deleted the app, reinstalled, things looked good. It let me reload my stuff. I went to my trend. It was really slow but said it was working on it or something like that. I left the app (not hard closed/swiped up) and came back about 5 minutes later to check...RIGHT back to it closing out on me as soon as I open. I have the bundle snd I am not sure it is accurately counting my used strips. I have like 2 boxes left and usually by now, I'd have another shipment scheduled...🤷‍♀️🤷‍♀️
    more

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