Right now to see my G6 reading while driving I pull my Dexcom G6 receiver out of my pocket and push the button. Not a big deal but I’m wondering if there’s an easier way.
I have also linked it with an Android phone but that requires even more button pushes to get to the right app then do the display. (And probably violates the hands-free no-cellphone-use laws if I’m driving).
I’m wondering if there’s a technology out there for showing CGM readings with zero button pushes. Especially while driving. But I could also imagine it being like a bedside digital clock overnight etc.
While the trending arrow and graph is super nice to see, I would be happy with just the number.
My 1999 Corolla does not have Bluetooth (heh) but someday I might have a car where a screen on the dash could conceptually show the CGM app display. Does this work with any CGM’s in any newer cars?