while looking for a glucose counter, our doctor recommended Freestyle librelink. It works with a sensor that is on your body at a maximum of 14 days, and a scanner that is being used to transfer data from the sensor to eat using NFC technology. I was told the scanner has a touch screen, but it can also connect to an iPhone or mark in conjunction with apps that are available in certain countries on the App Store.
I would be interested to know if anyone has used it successfully and whether the apps either for iPhone or the mack are accessible with voiceover?
Thank you in advance for any information that you might be able to provide.
By Nick Apostolidis, 7 October, 2019
Hardware and Accessories
Hi. There are several podcasts about this, although I'm not sure if any of them are here. I use the app several times a day, and the most important parts of it are definitely accessible. Don't get the regular reader though, unless you've got someone to read it for you. You can use other apps to read it, but there's just no need for the redundancy if you've got the app.
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