Hard to read 1/5
Switching from the Verio IQ, which was Bright and easily readable To the Verio Flex is difficult. The Verio Flex is hard to read, because the screen is dark.
I would happily, and wish that I could purchase a meter with the capabilities of the Flex with the clarity of the IQ.
Please let me know when that would be possible. So that I could purchase one.
Love it. 5/5
So easy to use. Love the sync with App, iPad and iPhone. Easy to track numbers.
Not functional for a family 1/5
I gave this one star because I have 2 children who manage their blood sugar. I was looking forward managing both meters with one device (my phone) but it’s just not possible.
One Touch, fix that issue and make a mom’s life easier.
Most Comprehensive tracking tool 5/5
Absolutely love it! So many options to track and report glucose test results, and so much more!
Crap software 1/5
By Pippo W.
Tried dozens of times to pair with my iPhone with absolutely no success.
I love this app 5/5
It helps me keeping a eye on my blood sugar
I don't like this new update of OneTouch app 1/5
By Kit Carson Hamm
I don't like it because i have to put the date and months on its even i click on the logbook place it's still make me to put the date and month on it I miss the old OneTouch app i hate this one
This glucose monitor is a game changer. 5/5
I love everything about this monitor. It is easy to use and I love the app the most. I love the interface and I love how you easily keep track of your readings over time. Run don’t walk. Get this app and this monitor.
Easy to use 5/5
By Grampa Paul
Ease of use, great to follow changes
This app keeps crashing on my iPhone 7 Plus.Please update this app.
Awesome app 5/5
I love how the app automatically syncs to the meter. The app is very user friendly.
Nice when it works 3/5
I’ve only had my new Verio Flex for a couple of weeks. I’ve called once and also submitted a problem report.
It seems that I have to turn off my phone the turn it back on before sampling in order for the app to find the meter. Truly an issue. If there’s no fix soon I think I will go back to my old meter. Sorry!
Love it! 5/5
Very handy way of keeping my log. Easily shared with my health team! A+!!!
Just got the Verio Flex 3/5
By SD Tanya
I'm excited to have a new "toy"; but a few things that should be added to Events in the app:
Medicines Taken- the milligrams, time of day and frequency
Weight- current and goal
Snacks- between the meal times there should be snack times
Water- keep track of the amount per day
The option to change the Event names. I take a shot, but it's not insulin. I added Victoza to the notes, but still had to enter a number in the insulin field in order to save it.
These changes would allow a complete picture to be printed and presented to your care team for evaluation.
How about a Apple Watch app. 5/5
By Cheryl's iPhone 6 Plus
I enjoy the app. Wish weight and BP could be synced. How about connecting other apps like Apple Health. Just s thought.
Major Assist!g 5/5
One touch Verio is a tremendous tool that provides a great feedback. Please help me reduce my numbers consistently 70 to 80 points in just two weeks
App connects and works good 4/5
Overall I’m happy with the app, it connects quickly updates instantly as well.
A couple things I wish the developer would allow:
1. More customization on the meal/bed times. I work late so my hours are past what I’m able to set on here.
2. Allow you to delete a reading. My wife wanted to see what her glucose was so I let her use my monitor, so it saved the results. I later realized that I could run the control solution mode to not save it, but now I have a couple incorrect readings in mine.
Nice meter 5/5
Just started using this meter really like it
Great app could be greater 5/5
When will you add Apple Watch support 😎
Brand new came in with low battery. 3/5
Brand new came in with low battery.
Best Device in the Market 5/5
I love my One Touch Verio Flex. Because it has an app that keeps track of all my progress and I can email all my data to my doctor.
Not bad, could be better 4/5
By Right side only
I installed the app. I have not experienced any sync issues like others have. The app is simple to use. The one that needs to be improved is the ability to edit entries. I tested myself and it listed it as my bed time reading, when in fact it was two hours after I ate dinner. I went into the settings and changed the times. Another feature I would like to se added is an A1c average. Other then that. Not bad, makes tracking my sugar levels easy.
Sync issues 4/5
Meter does not sync consistently with iPh7+. Constantly has to be re-paired and start over. Doesn't lose data but takes extra time and annoying. Otherwise it's easy to use and reporting is great.
Love this meter 5/5
It syncs easily and adds Apple Health info seamlessly. The feature I really like is adding notes, so I can track the causes of low or high readings. The UI is easy to navigate. Great job!
Needs A1C 4/5
By New iPADer
Please lease add A1C test
Life scan 3/5
By type one diabtes people
Where's the life scan blood sugar I'm only giving this a three because first you don't even have it update get it hurry please
Too much advertising and helpful content 1/5
I only want to take my blood sugar measurements and store them to be able to review them long-term. Instead there is content frequently and no way to terminate these articles. It's hard to get around to see what are your measurements because of all the articles. There was a good meter before they upgraded it. A wise man once said if something works leave it the heck alone. This obviously is what happened here and it appears millennials Took over the app with what they think instead of asking what should be. Find another app instead of this one this one is too frustrating
Pretty Awful Ui 1/5
It would amaze me to learn that the user interface of this version of the app went through a design process that considered who uses it and what they use it for. Its designed to look good but is next to useless for what a diabetic needs. Most importantly, the logbook interface lost all utility.
The font that displays your reading or insulin or carb entry is larger than previous versions, which might be useful to the visually impaired, but any benefit is destroyed by the ultra-small font used to display the date and time of that reading/entry. I can't easily see a days entries.
Next, please lose the unhelpful generic education messages, or put them somewhere other than the logbook. They don't belong there. The logbook view now displays at most 5 lines of data on an iPhone 7 which is unacceptable from a usability standpoint, and only 3 lines when you add in the education messages to the feed. This is most people's primary interface to the app and it needs to be functional. You failed.
The app doesn't work without a data connection!! No data is stored on your phone. This is a serious design flaw as not all users will have data acess all the time. I am often off the network for weeks at a time, and so cannot use the app for logging. After a few days it simply displays nothing in the logbook even after synching with you meter. There should be a displayable copy of the data on your phone as well as backed up to the onetouch data pool. For me this means i'm in the market for a different meter.
This is mostly a thoughtless eye-candy rewrite of the UI. Your previous version had better usability. Please withdraw this version.
Non longer a log book 2/5
As a diabetic and a physician I used to enjoy this app. Now it's trying too much to be more than a log book. The ability to sync to the phone was the only reason I used this meter but now that the app stinks I'm switching meters.
Great Product 5/5
I like how easy it is to use and it eliminates writing everything down
Verio flex 2/5
I like the Bluetooth link. This helps the doctor monitor my readings. I am not thrilled with the new Verio flex because it doesn't have a light to help me see where I put the strip. Also my previous meter could be plugged in to charge. This one uses a battery which always looks low.
I wish I didn't have to sync it for every reading 4/5
This monitor doesn't have a light to help you with capturing the blood sample. When you pull out the test strip it turns off. There's no way to indicate whether it's before or after meals in the monitor, you only can do that on the app. Otherwise it's pretty good.
WHY does this app shut off my audio!? 3/5
I find this app very useful, but continually annoying, in that it shuts off whatever I am listening to. Why is that necessary? I understand that the app offers some video information, so it would be appropriate to shut off any previously playing audio were I to click on any of the video options, but if I am just opening the app to make an entry, leave my audio alone!
One touch review 5/5
Quite an improvement functionality wise however being of low vision I would like it better control over color choices. That is to be able to choose true black for the text
Also some form of expedited logon should be available as a setting that is either using either fingerprint or four digit code.
Convenient to use but... 3/5
By Vince AE8VV
The app works well and is convenient to use but is missing the ability to log oral diabetes meds. Why?? The app asks if you take pills but does not provide a way to input them. Would it really have been that much effort to log oral meds too.
Add oral med logging and it would get a five star.
One touch version flex 5/5
By Prince Nicky
This meter is top of the line. The best that they have created. I really love this one, it gives you the most information that you need and shows you exactly where you in terms of highs and lows. Great job with this one!
It would be great if you could add a calculator to the carbohydrates event.
Aug 18. 2017 Suddenly stopped grabbing info from meter 3/5
The sync with account routine seems to work but the meter, even when showing bluetooth symbol, does not transfer data to the app. Tried recharging meter, rebooting iPad, and now reinstalling app. Thing is, this should not HAPPEN! It used to work, and I did nothing to ruin it, but it is ruined.
Type Two 4/5
By Tom Type Two
I now take my blood surges more frequent. Due to the ease of transferring readings, no more paper logging. I would rate it a five star rating if Only I could also add B/P and pulse along with notes for those readings
It's incredibly time-consuming 1/5
I have a Samsung Galaxy S5 phone and an iPad, with the app on both. It can take up to 2 or 3 days sometimes for either to sync with my meter, although the iPad is better at this. The phone makes syncing with the app a painful process, and the app hangs up my phone every time, constantly asking for permission to turn on the Bluetooth- even when it's already on. The only way to get rid of the request screen is to turn the phone completely off and restart it - but sometimes even that has to be done much than once. It's gotten much worse with the latest update.
Touch-ID 😬 3/5
Always having to manually log-in even when touch-ID is enabled.
App keeps crashing. Hasn't worked for a couple of days now.
Mobile apps good, web app has issues!! 3/5
Mobile apps easy to use, web app has log-on issues, should have just improved apps for OnrTouch Verio IQ.. Was a much better meter!!!!
Hard to syn
I used to love it... 2/5
After the last update or so it quit keeping a running tally of my A1C, or at least I can't find it anymore. Not so useful to me now and certainly wouldn't be worth the money when you can simply write down your numbers.
I would like to give Kudos to the designer of this app. This app has saved me time manually logging my glucose results. It syncs across my iPhone, iPad Pro and iPad. The various tabs within the app are well designed and very easy to use with minimal effort.
After contacting one touch finally figuring out this app! Love it! Be patient!
Yes, I can record readings but it doesn't integrate with a food database like MyNetDiary and it doesn't have any predictive analytics like Predict BGL. It's not as friendly to use as mySugr.
Great App 5/5
Love the fact that I can bring my important information to the doctor and have it all for me in one place.