Is anyone using Glooko or another iPhone app to log blood sugar readings? I used to use Diabetes Pilot a couple years ago when I had a Palm Pilot. I really liked it, but they didn't have a version available for Android. They have an iPhone app, but together with the desktop version, the cost is around $50. Just wondering what others are using (if anything).

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I use OnTrack Diabetes for my android. I like the way you can edit the subcategories and personalize the times. There is an email feature that allows you to send it to your PC to then print it and bring it to the doctor. It took a little getting used to but for a simple quick logger I like it. And it is free.

I use OnTrack for my android also. I like it since I find it very user friendly.

Our Glucosurfer project has apps for Android and WP7. The focus is to give people on MDI all the wizardry of todays pumps: IOB, Bolus Wizard, documentation, data for analysis. Our project might be useful for pumpers that dislike the handling of their pump wizards.

Free Android Version:
http://www.glucosurfer.org/App/Android/Glucosurfer.apk

Google Play:
https://market.android.com/details?id=org.glucosurfer.glucosurferapp

WP7:
http://www.windowsphone.com/de-DE/apps/429e71ab-6542-e011-854c-0023...

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