I don’t use software to log or track, just pen and paper. The stuff I’ve seen in the past required an expensive cable for my meter and didn’t seem to give me much more information than I get using my brain and a pencil. I use LifeForm to calculate the exact amount of carbs and calories in what i eat, when I’m trying to relate insulin to food. I haven’t seen any tracking software that looked like it would be much of an improvement on this approach.
So, if you use tracking software for bg/insulin/food, what do you like about it, and what don’t you like about it. Is it any better than a graphing spreadsheet? (Which is what I periodically come up with off my paper logs).
I’d love to find inexpensive software I could recommend, the way I recommend the LifeForm food logging software. The advantage there was an uncrippled demo, a great product and a very modest registration fee. ($35 when I bought it.)