I was surprised to see an update for SugarTracker in the Installer because according to the developer, version 1.5 was going to be the last update to the application. However, then I went back a realized version 1.5 was going to be the “last major release” for the application. So, that explains that! The update should fix the issue that a lot of you were having with the app opening and then closing back to the SpringBoard. There are a few other changes such as [Read more...]
Version 1.4 of SugarTracker makes a few changes to the app. The first visual change is that the icon now includes the version number of the app. Once you have opened SugarTracker…you will notice that the upper menu bar has also changed. Instead of giving you the options Enter, Today, Week, Month, All and Report you now get the options [Read more...]
I finally got version 1.3 of SugarTracker to work on my iPhone! SugarTracker is an app that allows you to track your glucose level and insulin schedule. The app opens to the main screen which shows the current date, time and two areas where you can enter the Glucose Level and the Insulin Dose. I know absolutely nothing about this subject so, I did what any person in my situation would do…I Googled it and WOW was that overwhelming! But, I think I got an accurate example…I think! Once you have entered the Glucose Level and Insulin Dose just tap save. This will then add this to the list of entries. On the upper menu bar [Read more...]
This is an app that is supposed to track your glucose level and insulin schedule but, for the life of me I cannot get it to work (and yes I have Jiggy 0.26 installed :) )! I get an error every time I open the app. If anyone got it to work let me know. I was just excited because it was another app under the Health category…iWoman has been by itself since the beginning! Sugar Tracker is available through the BigBoss source.
Developer’s description of app: Keep track of your monthly cycles.
Well ladies…now that we have scared off all the curious guys with the developer’s description, lets talk about this app (it actually has a few very useful features). When you open the app for the first time you will need to put in some initial information. If you select the bottom date – the only entry that is editable – it will open to a screen where you can put in the dates of your most current period (or you can start back as far as you can remember but, you only need one period’s start and finish date for the app to work). It will automatically figure out the duration of your period and the number of days in your cycle. From there you can put in more specific information for every day of your period (check out the screenshots). Once you have at least one period duration entered [Read more...]