We have an API (coming soon) that will be available either to the general public or just to accredited researchers for those who opt-in to share anonymized trends and demographics through the program.
Our source code is available on Github here.
Our discussion community is available here.
No, our apps are not monetized and are entirely free. Although, in the future, we may accept donations through this website to help fund various areas of our project.
We have not yet launched beta testing but when we do, the first app will be for Android and will be available in the Google Play store. Please watch our blog for updates and an announcement when it becomes available.
No, you should always consult your doctor or another medical professional for medical advice. We encourage our users to share the data and graphs from our apps with their medical professionals.
Our app is built to be more of a well rounded application versus just another glucose tracking app. Glucosio lets you connect to other services (Think, Google Fit, MyFitness Pal and others) to get a more 360° view of your diabetes. Our app also has diabetes tips.
This means the apps we develop are licensed freely to use, copy, study, and change the software in any way. The source code is openly shared in our Github repository so that we can encourage others including our users to contribute to the development of our apps.