Hi! So glad you found TuDiabetes. It’s an amazing place here with lots of love, support, and great open discussion for many topics just like this one.
I work at mySugr, so my opinion is totally biased. But I’m also happy to answer any questions you have if you decide you want to give it a try.
One of the great pieces of advice I heard recently was from Adam Brown at diaTribe (another great place for good information). He uses the acronym TRY.
T for test it out. download it and give it a try, see if it feels good to you or not
R for read reviews. See what others are saying. You can learn a lot about the app and the company by doing this. If there aren’t many reviews available, try looking for a toggle switch between “this version” and “all versions” - the reviews are reset each time an update is released.
Y for Your diabetes. We’re all different, which is a beautiful thing. So if whatever you’re using doesn’t stick for you, don’t worry about it. Give something else a try.
I hope this helps a little! There are many great apps out there, which can feel overwhelming, but it’s a much better problem to have than if there were only 1, right?