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Great app
Like the water and med features.
QTRN77 on Apr 6, 2011 for Diabetes App Lite
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Good middle place too start
Once you have a routine in place it helps you to organized and visualize everything. You need education first you cannot log how many ounces a piece of meat is if you have not been educated .
Chere5 on Apr 2, 2011 for Diabetes App Lite
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Good start
I really like this app. You can do a lot of things with it. It also shows lot of potential. There are a few things that need work or to be dialed in. 1st it's very hard to find some food and it's confusing. For instance saut├ęd mushrooms or a ribeye steak. Or just plain bacon, chicken, or cooked broccoli florets. That can be frustrating. 2nd it takes awhile to add the food. My daughter writes hers on paper and manually looks up the carbs on the package and it takes me longer doing it on this app for the same food. 3rd I love that it keeps track of your water but why 7oz at a time 8oz seems like a number that would be more widely used.
Tyzajoba on Mar 25, 2011 for Diabetes App Lite
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Diabetes Buddy Lite
This a great app when used to it's full capacity. It was easy to use no instructions needed. The food database was excellent and the My Own Recipe function was the icing on the cake for those of us that love to cook our own food. There is one drawback. I upgraded to full version but can't seem to import all the data I put into DB Lite even though I followed instructions from tech support. This does not diminish the app in any way. Great App!
JD 10552 on Mar 24, 2011 for Diabetes App Lite
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Love the reporting, food search needs work
The one thing that has me looking for an alternative at this point is the cumbersome food entry system for the carb counter. Compare the ease of adding, say, two cups of stir-fried vegetables in Livestrong vs in Dbuddy. In Livestrong, you just search on "stir fry", choose stir-fried vegetables, give a quantity, and you're done. In Dbuddy, your initial result is a long list of brand-name packaged stir-fries. Or you can try to build your own recipe, entering each vegetable separately and estimating the precise amount of each that you used. Dbuddy probably produces more accurate results, but only if you're actually measuring each vegetable to the gram. For most purposes, Livestrong's approximations are going to be close enough, and I'm far more likely to actually record the meal if it takes a few seconds rather than a few minutes. That's my only criticism - in every other respect, Dbuddy is a superior app for me, focusing on carbs instead of calories and allowing for glucose tracking as well. But that food entry time is valuable to me; if that were improved, I'd buy the full version in a heartbeat.
William R. Dickson on Mar 16, 2011 for Diabetes App Lite
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Neat App
Helping track my daughters carbs, nice!
LorDragonsMom on Mar 14, 2011 for Diabetes App Lite
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