1. mySugr Diabetes Logbook Interface: Bright colors and a fun, easy interface. Favorite thing: Using your inputs throughout the month, the app will estimate your next HbA1c reading, so you can be prepared for your next doctor’s visit. Usability: Track everything you need to in one place – from your meals to your moods. Also, create monthly reports to share with your doctor. 2. Glucose Buddy Interface: Icons on a simply designed dashboard make it easy to navigate this comprehensive tracking app. Favorite thing: If you find it hard to remember to test your blood sugar, you can easily set alerts to remind you throughout the day. Usability: Track your food, insulin dosages, blood sugar measurements, and more with this app. You can graph your blood sugar over time and connect with other users in a forum. 3. Diabetes Tracker Interface: The simple, clean design belies the sheer number of things you can do with this app. Favorite thing: The charting capabilities are some of the best we’ve seen. Usability: If it can be measured, Diabetes Tracker can record it. Your food, blood sugar levels, exercise, blood pressure, weight, medications, and moods – it can all be tracked and put in a report. 4. Diabetes Pilot Pro Interface: Easy to use and navigate. Favorite thing: The ability to email and share reports directly from the app. Usability: A comprehensive app that helps you manage your diabetes by tracking all of your measurements, medicines, food intake, and exercise. You can also estimate your next HbA1C to help plan for your next doctor’s appointment. 5. Diabetes in Check Interface: This app’s design is simple and intuitive. Navigate easily with the tabs across the top. Favorite thing: Scan barcodes on packaged foods to immediately get nutrition information on your favorites. Usability: There are several useful features here, including a journal, meal planner, recipes, and a food guide. You can also track your medications and log on to message boards.