GlucoBot is an app designed by a University student for people with type 1 diabetes, informed by extensive research with a group of over 100 type 1 diabetics. It tracks health data and intends to aid self-management of the condition by providing some analysis of the data.Version 1.2.2 introduces a new home screen design, as well as major improvements to the graphing tool and reminder/alarm functionality. Current features included in Version 1.2.2. (Beta):- Entry and storage of health data. Currently supporting: blood glucose, food intake, exercise, and insulin- "Log" feature that allows you to view data for a specific time range and sort it as you like. Switch between the different categories of health data using an intuitive tab interface. Includes an export feature that allows you to attach your logs to email.- "Reports" feature creates an easy-to-digest breakdown of all data you have entered, providing analysis since you started using the app, weekly comparisons, and more.- Graphs: Use an attractive, simple graphing tool to swipe between all the readings you have entered. Identify trends and view day-to-day comparisons. Switch between glucose and food intake data at the tap of a button.- Customise the app to your own preferences with different metrics for blood glucose readings, and US or UK date formats.- "Reminders" feature allows you to create fully customisable reminders, on a one-off or daily basis.- An intuitive "home display" that will display statistics for all the data you have entered. Colour code your blood glucose readings (Green or red) and view your averages and max/min BSLs over several periods.Coming soon (Version 1.3):- Choice between light and dark themes.- Improved export options for user logs. – More customisation options for reminders/notifications. – Better quality reports: including option to export to email, and to integrate graphs.DISCLAIMER:It should be noted that GlucoBot is intended for personal tracking, and not for the treatment or diagnosis of any medical condition. It is purely intended to help type 1 diabetics understand their own condition better and give them a better chance of improving their health outcomes as a result.