Both Google and Apple are supposedly looking for diabetes tracking wearables. According to a patent application filed by Apple, the next Apple’s iWatch (or whatever they will call it) will not only track diabetes but also the glucose level.
Google, on the other hand, have shown us contact lenses that can do the same job. Obviously, when these devices hit the market, they won’t completely replace the more intrusive blood sugar monitoring. These devices will definitely take over in the next few years.
In any case, anything that can help people track their diabetes/glucose levels is a great thing. So while we wait for these lovely devices, we can take advantage of what Pancreum provided us: standalone options to track diabetes.