Next on our diabetes apps is mySugr, an app made by people with diabetes for people with diabetes.
mySugr lets you log in your glucose levels manually or by connecting the app to a compatible blood sugar monitoring device. Device pairing not only saves you time, but also reduces the risk of logging errors.
Besides tracking your blood sugar levels, the app also offers an estimation of your next HbA1c result based on your daily logs. It also has basic challenges that help you better manage your diabetes.
mySugr is free, but upgrading to pro lets you into more advanced features, like calculating possible insulin doses.
4. Beat Diabetes
If you’re looking for information about diabetes, consider Beat Diabetes – a one-stop-app featuring information made by medical professionals.
This free app lets you into the best and worst foods for diabetes, expert tips on controlling your blood sugar levels, strategies to improve your physical activity through household chores, a diabetic diet as suggested by the American Diabetes Association, and so much more.
5. One Drop
Last on our list of free diabetes apps is One Drop. It allows you to track your blood glucose, medications, exercise, and meals. Like mySugr, you can also connect it to a compatible blood sugar monitoring device.