Lifescan’s New Diabetes iPhone App

Dont know if ist just the photos in this post – but doesn’t look as impressive as some of the other stuff. Too complicated?

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While I was off at spin class this morning, I’ve been bombarded with emails about this exciting announcement at the iPhone OS 3.0 preview event going on now:

Lifescan has unveiled an iPhone application that lets users upload glucose readings from their connected blood glucose monitors to their iPhone. “The meter will transmit your data over Bluetooth or the dock connector,” according to the device experts over at Engadget, who are liveblogging the event. Cool! I believe it’s the OneTouch Ping model we’re talking about here, based on the posted photos and the fact that that meter is already wireless-enabled.

Apps for diabetics

Three very good looking apps for the iphone.
iPhone MD: Three useful Apps for diabetics

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For those living with Diabetes, the App Store has three Apps which can aid diabetics in keeping tabs of their daily activities:

Diabetes Log


Diabetes Log was developed by Chris Ross, a Type-1 diabetic who desired a convenient application that tracked all of his daily information. This App keeps tabs of food, glucose, and medicine intake. Ross promises new features in the future, including exporting records via email and editing medication types. (App Store; Free for a limited time)

Use Your iPhone As A Wireless Numeric Keypad

NumberKey: Use Your iPhone As A Wireless Numeric Keypad | Mark’s Technology News

Here’s a neat solution for both on-the-go number-crunchers and gamers alike. Called the NumberKey, it is an iPhone App which displays an elegant numeric keypad and wirelessly transmits touchscreen keystrokes to your MacBook or MacBook Pro.

NumberKey was developed by Balmuda Design for people who require the numeric keypad omitted on MacBooks. For the wireless connection to work, you need to install their NumberKey Connect software on your laptop (only macs at the moment) so that it can interpret the information sent by the App Store Application on your iPhone or iPod Touch.