Getting to Know mySugr

mySugr specializes in app-based, all-around care for people with diabetes – made by people with diabetes. Their apps, services, and access to the world’s best diabetes coaching at the tap of a finger all work together to ease the daily grind of living with diabetes.

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Innovative Mobile App Makes Blood Glucose Testing Results More Meaningful

A new innovation in mobile technology helps people with diabetes better understand their blood sugar patterns and easily share readings with their healthcare teams!

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Apple just announced a major upgrade for Dexcom and Apple Watch

“An exciting nugget of information for Dexcom users was hidden among more eye-catching announcements during yesterday’s Keynote Address at Apple’s WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) in San Jose. Near the end of his preview of the upcoming watchOS 4 software update for Apple Watch, Kevin Lynch (VP of Technology at Apple) briefly showed a slide that included Dexcom’s CGM watchface. He stated

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What could Apple’s “super secret” diabetes project be?

News broke earlier today from CNBC’s Christina Farr that Apple, Inc. has a small team of engineers working on creating sensors that can “non-invasively and continuously monitor blood sugar levels to better treat diabetes”. The project is allegedly far enough along in development that Apple is investigating possible regulatory pathways and performing feasibility trials at clinical sites in the Bay

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Recap of an exciting month for diabetes and technological innovation

Fall has come with a flurry of new products, FDA approvals, and announcements from the major players in diabetes technology. Don’t miss out by checking out a quick recap of what matters.

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Our Guide to Diabetes Apps for iPhone and Android

The App Store is crowded with diabetes apps for both iPhone and Android, but how do you know which ones to choose? That’s why we tested them out and created a list of our favorites.

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How to use watchSugar to view Dexcom on Apple Watch home screen

Indie app developer (and Type 1 PWD) Adam Wolf has come to the rescue and released watchSugar for iPhone and Apple Watch, which adds a complication to view blood sugar and trend information from your CGM directly on the watch face. From some preliminary testing, it works exactly as promised!

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Dexcom G5 CGM, iPhone, and Apple Watch: Your Questions Answered

Dexcom's G5 CGM Syncs to iPhone

Dexcom released their highly-anticipated G5 continuous glucose monitor (CGM) for diabetes in September 2015. As the first CGM (ever!) that transmits glucose data directly to the iPhone, there’s been a lot of excitement about the revolutionary new device. There’s also been a LOT of questions, and we’ve collected official (and unofficial) answers to all of them.

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