In case you haven't heard, DC Mobile App is now available for Android and iPhone

John Crowley
By John Crowley Latest Reply 2012-04-15 18:16:52 -0500
Started 2012-04-13 14:47:58 -0500

I know some of you have been patiently waiting and waiting for us to take our iPhone app and make it available for the Android platform.

Well, your waiting has finally paid off.

The Android app is available right now. You can access either mobile app from this page:

Please let me know if you have any questions.

11 replies

anniebell01 2012-04-15 18:16:52 -0500 Report

John, I can't tell Diabeticconnect how much they mean to me! I read the comments a lot! It is so encouraging. I have got my blood sugars down to around 107 from AIC 9.1 to 5.8 since December. Much of it is because of being able to communicate and learn so much from DC!!! I have lost 58 lbs since December and just started trying to get 10,000 steps in a day… have succeeded about a dozen times in the past three weeks and minimum is 5000. I feel so much better! My cholorestrol is down, my heart rate coming down from resting 60-50. etc etc Good things! I also track my foods in an iphone app and keep track of calories, fat, cholorestrol, sodium, fiber, sugar and protein. I have put them in a spreadsheet and am learning more and more what I can and can't eat! I even had A SLICE of pizza with salad and my blood sugar the next morning was only 107!!! I can't thank DC enough for all the education and information and encouragement that they give!!!!

alexiskim 2012-04-15 09:58:52 -0500 Report

I was trying to log in yesterday to the app on my phone and could not connect…I know for sure my name and password were 100% correct! will have to try again today…

jayabee52 2012-04-13 16:14:02 -0500 Report

John, thank the tech people who have worked on both.

I cannot use it now as my phone is blocked from the data plan (at my request) but there may come a time when I will get a new phone and will have need for one or the other apps.

diabetesfree 2012-04-14 09:00:36 -0500 Report

Most Android phones sold these days have an option for wifi reception as well. You should be able to enable that feature and use the app anywhere there happens to be a wifi hotspot. The settings for wifi are usually different from data service provided by your wireless carrier, so it shouldn't cost you anything to use it. Wifi obviously isn't in place in as many areas as wireless coverage, but it beats nothing and is usually much faster, depending on where you are.

jayabee52 2012-04-14 22:09:40 -0500 Report

thanks that is good to know

jayabee52 2012-04-14 22:22:12 -0500 Report

I got the same model of phone (Samsung Rant) refurbished. It came on last Thursday and it is now up and running, am using the same tel #

diabetesfree 2012-04-13 15:17:50 -0500 Report

I got it directly off of Android Market, or "Play", as it now seems to be called. Be careful though. There is another app called "Diabetics Connect" that isn't the one mentioned here.

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