Handy Diabetes App Glucose Buddy makes it easy to keep track and record your glucose numbers carbohydrate consumption insulin dosages and activities.
Glucose Buddy Diabetes iPhone Application for the Apple iPhone, iPad and iTouch, by Manny Hernandez, Founder of TuDiabetes.com
Glucose Buddy is a very handy app for persons with diabetes that allows you to log glucose, meds, activity, and food intake by manually entering glucose numbers, carbohydrate consumption, insulin dosages, and activities. Plus, you can use the ACCU-CHEK Testing in Pairs tool to see how specific events effect your blood glucose all from your iPhone or iPod touch.
The Glucose Buddy app is well designed and graphically oriented, with graphs, log-in reminders, and the ability to sync information to your online account. You simply enter your information then, you can view all of your data on your free glucosebuddy.com online account.
Glucose Buddy has been featured in American Diabetes Association's Diabetes Forecast Magazine, Mendosa.com, Diabetes Health Magazine, JDRF Newsletters, Wired Magazine, DiabetesMine.com, MedGadget.com, and MobiHealthNews. Glucose Buddy was the second diabetes app in the entire iTunes App Store which is now inundated with more than 30 Apps relating to diabetes.
Features of the App Include:
Bidirectional data propagation
Restore logs from your online account
Ability to Sync between multiple iOS devices (you only need to purchase it once for it to work across all your devices e.g. iPhone, iPad, iTouch)
The Glucose Buddy app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad and requires iOS 3.0 or later.
visit the iTunes App Store and download the latest version of the Glucose Buddy iPhone app at: itunes.apple.com/us/app/glucose-buddy-diabetes-helper/id294754639
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