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Medical & Health & Fitness
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Oct 14, 2019
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We help over one million people around the world to take a step forward in their diabetes management with the OneTouch Reveal® app.*<br><br>The OneTouch Reveal® app works with the OneTouch Verio Flex® meter, automatically transforming data into quick snapshots that connect your blood sugar with food, insulin and activity.<br><br>Change the way you see your blood glucose results:<br><br>• Automatically sends you a notification on your smartphone when a high or low pattern or recurring pattern is detected, so you can take action to avoid them in the future<br>• Goal Tracking functionality - set up and track personalized goals, and visualize your progress over time<br>• The A1c comparator on the OneTouch Reveal® app lets you compare your lab A1c to the average of your blood sugar readings from the last 90 days†<br>• Personalized dashboard that highlights patterns and allows you to see 14-day visual summaries with ColorSure™ technology<br>• Automatic pattern finder that shows a timeline of important blood sugar events and activities, highlighting when you have been repeatedly out of range<br>• 14, 30, and 90-Day Result summaries of your highs and lows to help you feel more prepared for doctor’s appointments‡<br>• Optionally integrates with the Health app, configurably syncing your blood glucose readings to, or carbohydrate, steps and workouts from Apple Health.<br><br>Questions?<br>Or if you’d like to know more about the OneTouch Reveal® app, please call OneTouch® Customer Care at 1 866 693-0599 or visit<br><br><br>* Internal worldwide Dashboard report pulled for OneTouch Reveal app, June 2018.<br><br>† Must enter A1c test result provided by healthcare professional.<br><br>‡ Compared to using a meter without a blood sugar 90 day average target.<br><br>Compatible with iOS 11 or later. Depending on your iOS device and version, screenshots in Help File may not match what you see in your app. <br><br>The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc., and any use of such marks by LifeScan Scotland Ltd. is under licence.<br>iOS is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the US and other countries. App Store(SM) is a service mark of Apple Inc.<br><br>App Store Translation: English (U.S.)

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Living Aloha
Jan 24, 2019

One Touch Verio Flex - I got this glucose meter for it’s Bluetooth feature. I like the feel and size. The display, fonts and symbols are large enough to view clearly. With only 3 buttons to operate the device, it’s function is pretty straightforward. The app is decent but it could use some tweaking and added features. Always room for improvements. Since I’m a new user I want to keep track of my insulin doses so keeping count of my injections would be great. Being able to add notes is also comes in handy. You are limited to how much data you enter into your notes but the space is not bad. For me, I would like a bit more space but if I run out of space I find myself writing in shortcut style or using acronyms. Saving your entries is simple and easy. But it’s so easy you could easily overwrite what you wrote or loss data. I would prefer a check or lock system to avoid making any mistakes. I don’t think you can charge the unit. When the battery loses its charge you simply need to replace the battery. The port on the meter is actually used for connecting to a PC only. Not used for charging the meter. For $20 I think it’s a great value. I just hope they promptly improve upon the app itself. It will make the user experience great!

Black and Gold Attack
Apr 06, 2019

I was just diagnosed with Type 1 diabetics and I have to check my glucose levels once a day. The meter and its equipment makes it very easy for me to track my sugars. I have the app on my phone and it records all of my information from the meter. I have the ability to send all of my results to my doctor so that can watch my sugars also. If you have diabetes, get and use the OneTouch meter it’s great to have. I give this five stars!! I really can’t say enough about this app except that it’s awesome for us diabetics to have on our phones. Thank you and keep the updates coming. I have been now using this app for a year now and it’s awesome. It really keeps me updated on how I am doing with my diabetes. Please keep up the great work and update the app often, you can only make it better. I have been using this app for about two years now and it’s wonderful to have to check my blood glucose levels before meals. I don’t know what I would do without it. Diabetes is a very hard issue to control, but so far I am doing excellent with it and this app. Still five stars!!

HiMMS attendee
Apr 14, 2019

With so many glucose apps out there I hoped this would be better, since it has the advantage of syncing with the glucose meter. To seriously care for your diabetes, you have to track more than just glucose, such as exercise, food intake, sleep, meds, etc. Tracking more than just glucose is a stretch with this app as it appears you must rely heavily on the “comment” field to track most things. Definitely not well thought out. They probably didn’t even have a diabetic on the team who developed the app. The app is also locked down with a mandatory password. Password protection should be configurable as with any other app. The Pswd an inconvenience, even with the biometrics it’s a hassle if your hands are diabetic dry so the reader can’t recognize your finger print. Yes, the data is health related, so let me decide if I want it secured. The glucose meter and app don’t sync in the background either. You have to open the app every time you take a reading. This is ridiculous at best especially having to put in the password every time. Even sending them a message through the app is a joke. You get an automated response back from them telling you “they don’t respond to emails so you have to call”. This company doesn’t seem to have their act together. Try another mfg if your insurance will cover it.

III% Alumnist
Nov 30, 2017

We got this for my daughter it is amazing. It keeps track of your carbs how much insulin you give, your daily activity. We were having trouble remembering what time we last gave insulin, or what her last blood sugar reading were. With this app you can go back very easily and access that information. It’s awesome that I can go back and review my daughters whole day what she ate, how much insulin we gave her.... This app also tells you if there are patterns with your blood sugar being to high or too low and couple of days in a row. You can view graphs of what your sugar readings have been the past 30, 60, 90 day reading. We have our account connected with my daughters physician. She can go into her log book and look at her readings and let me know what adjustments to make with the carb ratios. So when my daughter randomly spikes to high or has been falling low we can call her and she can log in and see all of her information without having to make a trip to the office. I highly recommend this app!!!!

Jan 11, 2018

When I first got this app I loved it. It synced to my meter nearly every time I took a reading and was very simple to use and interpret and could drop in personal details such as the food eaten, et al. When the iOS update and app update kicked in...well, it became cumbersome to say the least. Password required... on top of everything that changed...annoying. Finally the password issue was resolved in updates, but the issue of the app “syncing to account” every reading while not syncing to the mobile device... not good. Sure, eventually it shows up on the mobile device because it’s there the next time a reading is taken, however, what about the note one could religiously enter detailing food eaten and if it was a reading before or after a meal...forget it! I hope someone reads this and has a solution or can set me straight on the error of my ways. Loved the product, now I don’t.

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About OneTouch Reveal

Developed by LifeScan Inc..

OneTouch Reveal is ranking in   Medical & Health & Fitness

Last update was at Oct 14, 2019and the current version is 4.4.2.

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OneTouch Reveal have a 42 628a user reviews.

OneTouch Reveal was released in the App Store. It is developed by LifeScan Inc., who have also released the following apps.

OneTouch Reveal has 42 628 user reviews.​

OneTouch Reveal has an average rating of 4.7. ​The latest version of OneTouch Reveal 4.4.2​ ​​was ​released on Oct 14, 2019​.

You can download OneTouch Reveal ​here

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