Discover how Glooko is making diabetes management easier. Check out what's in the news about Glooko, our announcements and our media resources. For media inquiries, please select 'press' in our contact form.

Dec 2, 2014

David Ahn, iMedicalApps

Nov 12, 2014

Jonah Comstock, MobiHealthNews

Oct 2, 2014

Jonah Comstock, MobiHealthNews

Aug 19, 2014

Eric Wicklund, mHealthNews

Aug 18, 2014

Kristina Fiore, MedPage Today

June 2, 2014

Jonah Comstock, MobiHealthNews

March 2014

Jerry Zeidenberg, Canadian Healthcare Technology

February 20, 2014

Jonah Comstock, MobiHealthNews

February 10, 2014

Darius Tahir, The Gray Sheet

January 10, 2014

Jonah Comstock, MobiHealthNews

October 29, 2013

Jonah Comstock, MobiHealthNews

September 26, 2013

Mike Hoskins, Diabetes Mine

September 11, 2013

Leo Sun, The Motley Fool

August 28, 2013

Elise Craig, Xconomy

August 8, 2013

Chris Leach, Insulin Nation

July 16, 2013

Arezu Sarvestani, MassDevice

June 20, 2013

Eric Wicklund, mHIMSS

June 15, 2013

Today’s Medical Developments

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Easily download BG readings and track lifestyle context to help manage diabetes.


Save time and eliminate errors from manual entry by easily and quickly downloading blood glucose readings from your meter to compatible Android devices.


View blood glucose readings in chronological order, add meal tags, and record foods eaten.


Download blood glucose readings, record lifestyle contact, and share reports with your healthcare team using Glooko for Android.


The Glooko app supports both iOS and Android devices.


View a statistical and graphical breakdown of BG readings using the graphs and statistics screens.


View a scatterplot of BG readings, adjust time ranges, visualize readings that are in and out of range, and select readings of interest.


View BG averages before and after meals, by time of day, and by day of week.


Fill out the HypoSurvey following a hypoglycemic event, including questions about symptoms, causes, and treatments.


View a heat map charting hypoglycemic events against autonomic and neuroglycopenic (cognitive) symptoms.