|Health & Fitness||Free||iHealth Labs Inc.||iPhone, iPad, iPod|
Measure – View readings instantly on your mobile device. Tag details to your results such as meals, activities, and voice memo. Upload offline measurements, and scan your new test strips for smart tracking.
Record – View a graphical summary of your past week, 2 weeks, month, and 3 months measurements and averages. Entries are all securely stored in your free iHealth cloud account for you to view at any time.
Manage – Review a digital logbook with all the details of your measurements, including time stamp, date, meals, carbs, activity, and voice memo. See stats and trends of key time periods broken out by day and meals.
Share – Share your results instantly with friends, family, or your doctor in .csv or pdf report format.
Note: Requires iHealth Gluco-Monitoring System or iHealth Align Glucose Meter which is purchased separately.
Test strips have an expire date of late 2018 and my son inadvertently scanned wrong strip bottle a few months ago which caused them to be completely useless. Before I even test any strips or scan a bottle the app constantly says strip is expired. This meter will cost you more money than others. I have also been waiting days without any response from support about this issue. Definitely would not recommend this unit to anyone.
Bought one and it never worked
I have an EGS-2003 test strip but i can't use it because there is no QR Code and I can't change to no coding on apps because there is no select test strip type on settings. Not good at all.
The app and device don't seem to work until after you scan a barcode. The process is buggy, slow and makes the experience painful for no good reason other than making iHealth more money. I sure hope you guys go out of business when Apple and Google release their non invasive glucose tests.
Maybe it's the headphone to lightning port adaptor but it doesn't work with my iPhone 7.
It worked like a charm for nearly six months and then the app refused (and continues to refuse) to scan the QR code on a new bottle of strips. This renders the strips useless. You can only use iHealth strips. Now I will say that the app worked like a charm before it all went south. I like that the data uploads to the cloud so you never have to write down your numbers, but can chart your progression online. There are so many things to love about the app with the device even though it is not covered by insurance. I switched back to an old school meter and enter my results manually in this app so I can still keekp track, but wanted the consistency of just one meter. I reached out to the company and they said do a reset!? Didn't work. So, it was great while it lasted, but...
I would have given a 5 star but being I cannot get the app to see the device even though the phone sees it and connects to it. Not sure why I cannot not get it to work on my 8p but it does work on my 5c just fine. Is their a problem with IOS 11?
I am sick and tired of having to scan a new bottle every few times because the app doesn’t work, please fix!
Is there any known issue why the app doesn’t recognize my meter now? It was working perfectly on my iPhone 7S Plus. I don’t have that phone so I know it isn’t connected to it anymore. The iPhone X picks it up in the Bluetooth but just isn’t recognized by the app now. Help???
Device will no longer connect to the app even though Bluetooth is connected. Turn on device it connects to Bluetooth it then opens the app by itself but the app will not attach to the device.