Quin’s free diabetes app helps you to see the impact of your food and lifestyle on your blood sugar levels. It automatically highlights trends and offers a five-hour forecast, leaving you better informed and more confident in your decision-making. As you use the app to record your food and insulin choices, it provides a more personalised, accurate picture of your unique reactions.
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Quin uses your data to provide a personalised five-hour blood sugar forecast.
Record blood sugar insights
Quickly review how much insulin you took after eating a specific food or carrying out specific activities, including correction doses and hypo treatments.
Simple food recording
Easily record what you’ve eaten and save your personalised carb portions for future use.
Receive push notifications when your insulin phase changes.
See when the strongest and weakest phases of your insulin will be.
Plan future meals
Know how much insulin to inject based on the meals you plan to have for the day.
Quin uses your insulin and blood glucose data to generate an summary of your blood sugar into the future. It uses past data, including information about meals, exercise and more, to generate a clear forecast of your blood sugar over the next five hours – and the more you use it, the more accurate it becomes. Quin integrates with Apple Health, and it has been developed alongside leading clinicians, including Professor Jeremy Turner, Dr Sankalpa Neupane and Dr Nicola Neary.
"Quin is amazing. I’ve been diabetic for close to 20 years and this is singlehandedly the friendliest diabetes app I’ve ever used."
"I just can’t get over the app, it’s just so good. It’s made me feel a lot more confident about my daily management."
“Quin is a game-changer. My HbA1c has gone down from 6.5% to 6.3% since I started using it. It’s a confidence booster.”
Quin is a smart, personal app for blood sugar management. If you match all the criteria in this checklist, then Quin is designed for you!
Over 18 years old
Living in the EU or: UK, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Switzerland
Own an iPhone 6 or later
Only take insulin - and no other medication - to manage blood glucose
Take multiple daily injections of insulin using either a syringe or pen
Yes, there are many apps that track blood sugar, including options for both iOS and Android. Many apps, such as Quin, can integrate with your continuous glucose monitor (CGM) to offer precise, up to date blood glucose readings. Apps like Quin not only track blood sugar, they use data on your past experiences to offer personal recommendations.
Yes, to track your blood sugar on your phone, you can connect to a compatible continuous glucose monitor (CGM) using Bluetooth. This makes it easy to check your blood glucose readings, and apps such as Quin can even offer personalised recommendations in real time based on your data. iPhone users can use apps like Quin to share their blood sugar data with Apple’s first-party tracking app, Apple Health, and keep track of it over time.
Yes, the alternative to finger-prick testing is to use a continuous glucose monitor (CGM). These devices provide a constant reading of your blood glucose, and some can even transmit the data wirelessly to your phone. Users can then share this data with apps like Quin for smarter, more personalised diabetes advice.