The header contains the Menu icon, the time, your current glucose value, your trend arrow, and, if you have Show Difference enabled in your Display Settings (it’s on by default), the change from your last glucose reading, as long as the previous reading was no more than 7 minutes ago. If no new reading has been received in the past 7 minutes, it will display OLD next to the glucose value. The magnifying glass icon is used for searching favorites, foods, and your history.


The graph shows your most recent CGM readings by default, but you can pinch to zoom in, or slide your finger to the right along the graph to see earlier readings.

Rotating your phone to landscape mode will enlarge the graph to full screen.

Double-tapping anywhere in the graph will bring up the menu for adding an activity, like food or insulin.


Below the graph are your tiles. The three tiles visible by default are Time in Range (consecutive), Mini Graph (with a 12-hr default view), and average glucose value (defaulted to 30 days). You can swipe those tiles to the left to see 6 more default tiles: % in range (24 hours), Quartiles (30 days), Range % (30 days), Bolus (amount of bolus insulin delivered that day), GMI (glucose management indicator – 90 days), and Carbs (amount of carbs entered that day). You can also tap the double down arrow in the lower-left corner to display all 9 tiles at once.

To learn more about adding and customizing tiles, see “Customizing Tiles.”

Activity Feed

This is where you can see any activities you’ve added, like meals, exercise, or doses of insulin.

Along the top of the Activity Feed, you’ll also see daily stats, including % of time spent low, in range, and high, your average glucose value, and your standard deviation. This can be customized in your Activity Settings.

To add an activity, tap the “+” icon.

For more information on the different Activities, see “Customizing the App Settings”

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