Checked out the new Apple Watch yet? One of the most exciting aspects for people with diabetes is the Dexcom G4 Share2 app you can use on the watch to view and share your glucose data results.
Longtime type 1, blogger and author Joanne Milo -- one of our 2015 Patient Voices Contest winners whom we interviewed today -- has been using the Apple Watch with the Dexcom app and has lots to say about pro's and con's.
Joanne's been a profilic contributor to our DiabetesMine Test Kitchen product review hub, and we're happy to announce is also a winner of our DiabetesMine Patient Voices Contest this year!
She likes being able to view streaming CGM data right on her wrist, but finds the Apple Watch still a bit too primitive in many ways.
Check out her review by clicking below. And we hope you'll browse our full collection of Test Kitchen product reviews, by and for people with diabetes.
Used the Apple Watch with Dexcom app yourself? Join the discussion now!
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