Glucomate 1.6

Add notes, edit readings, & filter lists

Posted by Zach Simone on April 15, 2024 · 2 mins read

Glucomate v1.6 has hit the App Store! It’s an exciting release, especially because the new feature list covers a lot of what people have been asking for directly. It’s great to hear regularly from so many people all with great suggestions about what features we should build in Glucomate (and what bugs need fixing!)

So, what’s new?

Screenshot showing some of the new features in action

Add notes

Glucomate allows you to mark a reading as being “before meal” or “after meal” but sometimes that just isn’t enough. Starting with this update, you can add a note to any reading you’ve added to Glucomate using Glucomate. You can write whatever you like, but this might be a handy place to add some context to your readings.

Edit readings

It happens – we all make mistakes. Especially so when trying to enter glucose readings on-the-go. Starting with Glucomate 1.5 you have been able to delete readings, but sometimes that’s overkill. If you just want to make a smaller change – say, to the reading itself or perhaps you want to add a note – this feature is for you.

Filter lists

There can be a lot of data to scroll through in Glucomate, especially when looking at any of the “All Readings” lists which can be found in various places around the app. To help with this, quick-filters have been added. The current filters allow you to filter by reading ranges (low/in-range/high), meal timing (before meal/after meal/unspecified), and the note status (has note/no note) of a reading. We hope this helps you find what you’re looking for faster than ever.

And that’s what we have for you this time. We hope you continue using and loving Glucomate. We’re always open to new ideas, improvements, suggestions, or just a chat about Glucomate. You can find links to contact us on this site or in the app itself.

Sound interesting? You can download Glucomate for iPhone and iPad on the App Store.