LogFrog DB Lite

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Supported languages:

Catalan / English / French



Diabetes management app for recording and tracking A1c levels, blood-glucose levels, blood pressure, carbohydrate intake, doctor visits, exercise activities, insulin or oral medication, weight, and other medical records.

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Catalan / English / French

Countries of use

Any in which the user is familiar with one of these languages




Elon Danziger of Amphistyle Inc, USA
(Based in United States)
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Same as technical developer


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Information Information


Diabetes management app for recording and tracking A1c levels, blood-glucose levels, blood pressure, carbohydrate intake, doctor visits, exercise activities, insulin or oral medication, weight, and other medical records. Entries can be edited, deleted, and tagged with notes. Reminders can also be set to alert a user when to take medication, and when to check blood-sugar levels. Auto-grouping of entries, and time and contextual tags, allow the user to better understand data. Goals can be monitored in comparison to readings in graph format with an array of filter features (including by exercise, by medication, by nearby meal, or by time of day). Data can be exported as a CSV table, to allow the user to perform further edits or in-depth analysis. Voice-over and ‘shake for help’ support is built in.

Tags: Medical


Reviewer: Blogger responding to a Diabetes Forecast article in Healthy Living Magazine of the American Diabetes Association (ADA), USA
Review: “ ‘LogFrog DB’ is one of the newer diabetes-management apps. For three bucks (less than a co-pay), you get a new spin on the diabetes app. They did away with the clinical feel of filling out charts and entering data, and designed a really visual, snappy, and enjoyable logging experience. ‘LogFrog’ also has great graphs, and export tools to help people analyse and share their data.”
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Weblink of reviewer: http://bit.ly/1ay698H
Reviewer: Diabetes Mine, USA
Review: “I hate logging my glucose data, so I’m always on the lookout for new apps to help me manage my diabetes. ‘LogFrog’ offers a couple different ways of looking at your info. If you turn the phone sideways, you can see a simple graph that charts your blood sugars at various times of the day. You can set it so that you can look specifically at blood sugars recorded before a meal, at mealtimes, or after a meal, medication or exercise. The more you use it, the more dynamic the graph becomes. There’s also a traditional logbook that you can access by clicking on ‘Log’. It will group blood sugar, food and medication together, if done around the same time. ‘LogFrog’ is not as in-depth with information tracking, and the graphs are limited to just blood-glucose numbers—so, if you’re interested in tracking food or exercise, you might want to try another app. But if you’re just looking for something fun to use to keep track of blood-glucose trends, then this will work just fine. I also found ‘LogFrog’ simple to update, in contrast to ‘Glucose Buddy’, for example, which required a lot of time to input everything. Again, some people might find the more in-depth logging process worthwhile. At the end of the day, you need to ask yourself what you really want out of the app. I think ‘fun’ is underestimated.”
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Reviewer: ASweetLife, USA
Review: “Maintaining blood-sugar values in a safe range is the way to avoid the dangers and long-term complications of diabetes. The best way to know how well your insulin or medication is controlling your blood sugar is to check it often, and log your numbers often. Diabetes is a disease that requires completely individualised care, and without a log, it’s difficult for your doctor to treat you. We all know this, right? But how many of us actually log on a steady basis? Not many, because it’s tedious. But what if it weren’t? Logging can now be fun, almost like a game. ‘LogFrog DB’ allows users to log the four most-important factors for daily diabetes management—blood-glucose values, carbohydrates, exercise, and medicine—as well as keeping notes, and storing A1c values. Data can be easily exported via email in a variety of formats, depending on patient and doctor preferences. A graphing tool is included to allow visualisation of blood-sugar trends over time, and graphs can be filtered to help reveal patterns around particular times of day, specific meals, exercise, etc. Other ‘LogFrog’ features include averages, daily medication reminders, and glucose-check reminders.”
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Weblink of reviewer: http://bit.ly/1cKpwyV

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