Blood Sugar & Blood Pressure Tracker

Blood Sugar & Blood Pressure Tracker

Blood Sugar Test – Blood Pressure Tracker monitors your health indicators such as blood sugar/glucose levels, blood pressure, weight, and A1C. You may also include tags, moods, and bread units taken.

You may see graphs of your blood sugar/glucose level, weight, bread unit consumed, blood pressure, mood, and A1C level. Filtered chart data may be viewed by tags and time.

Blood sugar/glucose level (minimum, average, and maximum), blood pressure (minimum, average, and maximum), and weight information are available.

You may save the health report as a pdf or spreadsheet file. You may open, distribute, and delete these files at a later time. You may save a copy of your health information on your computer or Google Drive. You can use a backup to recover previous health data.

To keep track of your blood pressure, blood sugar, and heart rate, maintain a record of them. This information is available in both graphical and statistical formats.

It helps you understand your blood pressure, blood sugar, and heart rate better. Assists in anticipating any potential future issues. You can check if your daily record of Blood Pressure, Blood Sugar, and heart rate changes or keeps a consistent trend.

  • Blood Sugar: This app is great for people who frequently check their blood sugar or glucose levels since it allows you to store and track your data in one location.
  • The pressure of circulating blood on the walls of blood arteries is known as blood pressure (BP). The systolic pressure (highest during one heartbeat) is generally represented as a percentage of the diastolic pressure (minimum in between two heartbeats)
  • Weight: Keep track of your weight daily.
  • A1C: The A1C test is a blood test that measures your average blood glucose, commonly known as blood sugar, during the previous three months.
  • Add tags to each record so that you may discover your diabetes dynamics using diabetes logs, such as before meals, before breakfast, after lunch, after meals, in the morning, evening, and so on.


  1. All occurrences are included in the blood glucose data for the week, month, and three months.
  2. Daily reminders send you an email at the times you select each day.
  3. Statistics in general (averages per day, per week, per month, all-time)
  4. Labels (useful to keep track of reactions to exercise, types of food, etc.)
  5. (mg/DL or mmol/L) US Standard or International Standard units
  6. Different blood glucose level units – mg/DL or mmol/L – can be used and configured.
  7. Throughout the app, there are settings for tracking on/off occurrences.
  8. Features of PDF Reporting

All records you submitted into Blood Sugar Logs can be imported/exported and sent via email or exported as cloud backup files.

  • mg/dl :-

The measurement used in medicine to quantify the concentration of chemicals in the blood is the milligramme per deciliter. One milligramme per deciliter (mg/dl) = 0.01 gramme per litre (g/L).

  • mmol/l or mmol/L:-

In medicine, the SI unit for measuring concentrations of chemicals in the blood is millimole per litre.


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