Diabetes Software for smartphones

I am trying to be good and keep up with my numbers, etc, better than in the past. I find I am more “responsible” (don’t sneak a cookie) if I write my BG’s down, and track my weight. With the caveat that I am a total caveman when it comes to technology, what software do y’all use for smartphones? Mine is an HTC Touchpro, if that matters. I wish I could get decent coverage with an Iphone.

your smart phone matters quite a bit. That HTC I believe is a proprietary oppertaing system and thus will most likely not have something like what you are looking for. Your best bet is going to be an Iphone or an Android (google) phone. They both have a pretty extensive application pool to pick and choose from. Tthe Iphone having the larger pool of the two, the Android phones (on verizon) have better coverage.

example Android app :: http://www.androlib.com/android.application.com-gexperts-ontrack-jn…
example Iphone app :: http://www.diabetesmine.com/2009/03/lifescans-new-diabetes-iphone-a…

Now the really cool part would be if the meter that communicates your readings with the Minimed pumps, could also upload reading to your phone! Hey, I can dream right. =^)

Hope this helps

Well HTC is the manufacturer, and the OS (operating system ie:Android, WinMo6, etc…) will make all the difference.

Thanks for that link. I am waiting for both an iPhone4 and my new Ping. I am definitely going to get into this! I think having an iPhone app that can completely control your pump with a glucose monitor attachment would be one of the coolest things in my lifetime! Thanks again!

Looks like the OS is Windows Mobil 6.1 Professional, whatever that means.

ok so heres one for you :: http://download.cnet.com/Diabetes-Pilot-Pocket-PC/3000-2056_4-10329130.html

Also have a look through :: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&client=firefox-a&hs=z5u&rls=org.mozilla%3Aen-US%3Aofficial&q=windows+mobile+diabetes+software&aq=1&aqi=g1&aql=&oq=windows+mobile+diabete&gs_rfai=

Thank you, Kim. I am looking into that now.


I have yet to open my verso flex one touch. I was diagnosed about six months ago and only doing 3 month a1cs. I got the meter free from the company from an email! I am going to start testing on the first of April and only have to once per day

Go to settings and version

verio one touch. I only have to ck once per day as I am new to this disease. ap on my phone and can email my results to my drs office