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DiabetesPal is a diabetes management software. There is also the companion OS X App on the App Store. Sync your data using iCloud, Dropbox or WebDAV, so your data is accessible on all your devices. Use the iOS App to input the data during the day and analyze your data on your desktop.

Key features:

Log all relevant information for your diabetes management:
- Blood sugar
- Insulin (Bolus, Basal)
- Medications
- Ketone in mmol/L and free form
- HbA1C
- Weight/Height
- Carbs
- Duration of Activities
- Blood Pressure
- Pulse

Get a quick overview of your daily glucose and insulin data in an easy to read diary

Understand your data with nice built in graphs:
- Blood glucose graph
- Insulin graph
- Blood sugar by time of day
- HbA1C graph
- Standard Day/Standard Week graph to compare different days/weeks in one graph
- Blood Pressure graph

Integrates with Apple Health!

All reports and graphs can also be printed out or sent to your doctor.

Track your supplies, so you always know when your insulin runs low.

International units for the various measurements are configurable (mmol/L, mg/dL, %). Changing these preferences will also automatically translate existing entries into these units.

Import data from the DiamondMini device from FORA.
Import data from Bluetooth LE based devices such as: AccuChek Guide, Contour Next One

AppleWatch Support:
- View data from the last 3 days with a nice glucose chart
- Add the Glucose, Insulin, HbA1C, Medication and Carbs using the digital crown

Data can be synced to other devices (Mac or iOS devices) with Dropbox or iCloud (In-App purchase needed)

The free application offers up to 100 entries without cloud syncing. Standard License In-App Purchase offers unlimited number of entries. Cloud Sync license offers the possibility to sync data to other devices (separate purchase for iPhone/iPad and Mac version needed).

The use of DiabetesPal does not replace consultation with a healthcare professional or other medical advice and is undertaken exclusively at the User's own risk. This applies in particular to data provided and/or imported from external devices, such as blood glucose meters, and any use of the data provided as part of DiabetesPal by the User including blood glucose results, calculations, and any recommendations. The User explicitly acknowledges that such data may be defective and the developers of DiabetesPal accept no responsibility for it being correct.

The User has to ensure, that external measuring devices comply to the medical standards in their respective country. For US the devices have to be approved by the FDA, in Europe the devices need to be marked with the CE sign to be compliant with the regulatory requirements for medical devices. The User explicitly acknowledges that we accept no responsibility for using the application with non compliant devices.
Pascal Freiburghaus