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App of the Week: mySugr Diabetes Tracker Log

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Summary of app features: mySugr is an easy-to-use diabetes management app. Through the app, patients can track their food intake, medication, and blood glucose levels and get estimated hemoglobin A1c levels. The app also provides diabetes coaching and advice for patients. 

This app is useful for: any patient needing help managing their diabetes.

Good User Review: "I'm a registered nurse with type 1 diabetes. So far this is [one of] the best blood sugar apps I've used. Simple and clear! One thing I would like to see in the future, separate the hypo and hyper with different colours. Nice work!" — Eric Ho on Google Play

Limitations: Some of the features are limited on the free version. The Pro version ($2.99/month or $27.99/year) has more extensive features like reminders, excel reports, and syncing with multiple devices.

Alternatives: There are many other diabetes management apps available with similar features, such as BlueStar, Glooko, and BG Monitor.

Download: mySugr is free on the App Store and Google Play.

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