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mySugr - Diabetes App & Blood Sugar Tracker

mySugr - Diabetes App & Blood Sugar Tracker

mySugr GmbH

Manage Your Diabetes Type 1 or 2, Track Your Food And Control Your Blood Sugar.

4.6 Ratings 60K+ Reviews 1M+ Downloads
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Manage Your Diabetes Type 1 or 2, Track Your Food And Control Your Blood Sugar.
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Ratings & Reviews

4.6
59.9K+ Ratings
  1. 5
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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.
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  • 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.
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  • Nov 24, 2020

    By Matt Buchanan
    Just an excellent app. Simple to use, tons of info options and a sense of humor. Great job developers! Got free upgrade with my Accucheck Guide Me meter. Love it, love it, love it! Did I mention that I love it? If it only interfaced with my Libre 2, I would marry it.
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  • 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).
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  • Nov 29, 2020

    By Cee Gary
    I love being able to record my glucose, weight, medicine taken, units of insulin given and blood pressure on one app. Plus, since I'm new to the app, I haven't logged enough days for the estimated A1c. Knowing that is major before seeing my Endocrinologist. Great app!!
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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
  • Nov 24, 2020

    By Matt Buchanan
    Just an excellent app. Simple to use, tons of info options and a sense of humor. Great job developers! Got free upgrade with my Accucheck Guide Me meter. Love it, love it, love it! Did I mention that I love it? If it only interfaced with my Libre 2, I would marry it.
    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
  • Nov 29, 2020

    By Cee Gary
    I love being able to record my glucose, weight, medicine taken, units of insulin given and blood pressure on one app. Plus, since I'm new to the app, I haven't logged enough days for the estimated A1c. Knowing that is major before seeing my Endocrinologist. Great app!!
    more
  • Nov 19, 2020

    By A Google user
    Actually very easy to use. Great cell selections to record pre/post meal blood sugar. The only concern is that my Metformin dose is 500mg, your system only goes as high as 20.0mg.
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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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  • Great so far! May 4, 2020

    By Mllertyvy
    I’ve only been using this app for about a week. It’s been working well, however I’m confused about the difference between the free version and the pro version. What are the differences between the two? What are the added benefits of the pro version? I Love how well it syncs with my AccuChek Guide monitor. I don’t need a coach but that’s the only upgrade option offered to me in the app ... so I’m not upgrading because I’m afraid I’ll loose all my other data! Also, I like the challenges, but they can be confusing to figure out. Like the Greenhorn one ... I keep thinking I’m doing it correctly ... but then it’s telling me I’m failing! Over all a solid app ... but user direction could be improved. I also love the reports feature and how easy it is to use the app — it’s nice that the free option is so robust too (as I mentioned above, I’d upgrade but I’m afraid of loosing my data).
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  • Nov 25, 2020

    By Michelle Chung
    I like that I can do WiFi to the app to track automatically. N log the rest of the info. All in one
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  • Better than paper Jul 21, 2019

    By HailieC
    When my doctor handed me a piece of paper, I searched for something better and found MySugr. It tracks almost everything I need. I was surprised that my diabetes educator had not heard of it. I like that it estimates the A1C and the monster is cute. I like the idea of the package but I don’t need unlimited test strips-just the coach. Not worth paying extra for. To make it perfect, integrate with MyFitnessPal so I don’t have to enter meals in 2 places AND integrate with Freestyle Libre. This is such a need that I suspect you could charge a reasonable amount for it. I rarely use my Accucheck meter which does integrate. I would also like the ability to enter my own medicine not on the pre-defined list. The last thing I would like is the ability to rearrange or hide some of the icons. I rarely use some and have to go over 2 screens for those I use often. Great concept just keep improving.
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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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  • What happened? Aug 8, 2019

    By BlackbirdFlying13
    I’ve been using this app and the subscription service since my diagnosis in 2015. Overall it’s been an amazing app for my needs BUT in the last few months it’s become really buggy, unbelievably slow and crashes all of the time. I turned off it’s access to apple health thinking that would help as it often cant seem to connect, but nope...still slow like 1999 dialup. It’s a dilemma because I have so much data there that I don’t want to switch to a different app but it’s getting super frustrating to deal with a long wait for every field I fill out, then a crash that makes me have to fill it out all over again...all while my food is getting cold. I have a iPhone XR that’s caught up with all updates and this is the only app on my phone that seems to have a problem so I don’t think it’s my phone. I don’t know. I do love this app otherwise though so I’m hoping something gets worked out.
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  • Oct 19, 2020

    By Bob Mueller
    I've been using the app for several months, ever since the VA shipped me a new Guide Me meter. The linkup between the phone and meter is pretty cool, and works well most of the time. When it doesn't, it's usually because my older LG v20 decided to take a break. The big weakness for me is reporting. I should be able to view category averages in-app, like Fasting, etc. When my healthcare provider asks me what my fasting average is, my response now is "Duh?" Then I start scrolling through all the entries and say, "Well, on this day it was X, and on this day it was Y." Give me a button to tap to show 30/90-day category averages; otherwise those categories and such are useless. For that matter, I should be able to see those same averages in the report I export. You're making this report useless for us to share with our care providers, because it's too much work to extract useful data from it. You let us enter all sorts of cool numbers, like basal, bolus, and so forth. But you don't give us an uesful way to view the data. So why should I enter all of those numbers. And there's really no need for the massive advertisement that takes up almost 1/4 of the first page. It stands to reason that if I've exported this report, then I know what mySugr Logbook is, so I don't need a big ad for it. My care providers don't need the add either, especially since there's a URL at the bottom of every page.
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  • Nov 6, 2020

    By RDWilli 1492
    I love this app with the accucheck guide. Its helped me get my diabetes under control in less than 6 months when I found out I had type 2. I went from a1c 7.3 to 5.7 thanks to this app. The reason I give it three stars is because at the time I had a Galaxy s9. I recently upgraded to the s20 Ultra and now even with the app installed it won't transfer the data over. The phone shows its paired but the app isn't detecting. Please update something so I can use again.
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