'Mine editor Amy Tenderich reviews the OneTouch Verio Sync wireless glucose meter and companion app -- a cutting-edge new product.
REVIEWER'S BREAKDOWN -
- Being connected to the iPhone means you never have to worry about resetting times on your meter
- The easy view of trends is really appealing
- able to add notes to data points
- app can be used with or without the meter
- difficult to figure out how to share the logbook, in order to text or email results
- No test-by-test graph like you see in other apps like MySugr or iBGStar
- Apple compatible only
Let us know what you think.
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