Category: Diabetes


The mySugr diabetes app is a digital logbook that can help make your life with diabetes easier.

You can use it to track your blood sugar, record your carbohydrate intake, estimate your HbA1c, and much more.


Who is it suitable for?

mySugr is for people with diabetes who want to actively manage their health. 

The mySugr logbook is suitable for people with diabetes who are over 16 years old.

The mySugr insulin calculator is suitable for people with diabetes who are over 18 years old. 

How does it work?

The mySugr app allows you to enter and log data on your meals, blood sugar levels, insulin, other medicines, and more. 

You get: 

  • a personalised dashboard with your data from the past 7, 30 and 90 days 
  • estimated HbA1c at a glance
  • detailed analysis to help you understand your data
  • reports that you can show or send to your healthcare team
  • motivating challenges and feedback to help you focus and reach goals
  • reminders to help you keep track

Data can be automatically transferred from the Accu-Chek Mobile meter using a bluetooth adapter.

You can also connect mySugr with AppleHealth and GoogleFit to get more insights about your health.

Report an issue

You can contact the developer directly to report any issue or if you have any questions about this product.

Please share the details through our contact form for our records.

How do I access it?

The mySugr app is free to download from the App Store and Google Play.

During the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, mySugr Pro is available for free. It provides extra features, such as an insulin calculator, plus many more features to help you better manage your diabetes.

Read more about the mySugr Pro free offer.

Page last reviewed: 09/06/2020
Next review due: 09/06/2023


The app developer is solely responsible for their app's advertisement, compliance and fitness for purpose. Unless stated otherwise, apps are not supplied by the NHS, and the NHS is not liable for their use.

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