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LifeScan’s OneTouch Reveal mobile app adds 3 new features

Blood glucose monitoring brand LifeScan has unveiled a revamped OneTouch Reveal mobile app, adding three features to offer patients managing their diabetes more insights. The brand — which Johnson & Johnson sold to Platinum Equity for $2.1 billion in early October — said that the new features augment the app’s central feature, a timeline of blood sugar events and activities organized in a color-coded logbook.

The new features include automatic notifications about high or low patterns if a patient opts into them. The notifications offer five different messages — a high pattern detected over one week, a low pattern detected over one week, a high recurring pattern over two weeks, a low recurring pattern over two weeks and a sync reminder.

The new OneTouch Reveal mobile app also allows for goal setting and tracking for such items as blood glucose tests, carbohydrates, logging and daily step goals. Additionally, the new app features an A1C comparator that shows users their  nine-day A1C average compared with the inputted lap A1C.

"The OneTouch Reveal mobile app has great features for a visual person like me," said Mila Clarke Buckley, a OneTouch Verio Flex meter and OneTouch Reveal mobile app user who also runs the blog Hangry Woman. “I didn't think the app could get any better, but with this upgrade I can now set up and track my personalized goals and visualize my progress over time with the app's new goal tracking functionality. The new push notification messages enable me to not skip a beat while on the go. I can just note, take action to get back into range and get back to my daily life.”

The app syncs with the OneTouch Verio Flex blood glucose monitoring system through its built-in Bluetooth technology. The brand said that the app is available for free in the Apple App Store and Google Play store.


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