Skip to content

    Recently Viewed

      Listening...

      Home / Latest news / Innovation /
      The OneTouch Reveal® Mobile App gets an upgrade
      OneTouch Reveal Media Graphic_Final

      The OneTouch Reveal® Mobile App gets an upgrade

      The app now has new and improved features designed to help make managing diabetes easier, including the ability to sync with the OneTouch Verio Flex® blood glucose monitoring system through built‐in Bluetooth® Smart Technology.

      Share Article
      share to

      The OneTouch Reveal® Mobile App is already one of the most downloaded diabetes management apps in the world.

      Now, a new update can help make it even easier for people to self-monitor their blood sugar levels—and keep their condition in check.
      “The app takes blood glucose testing to a new level,” says Saleem Ahamed, Vice President, Global Franchise Organization, Johnson & Johnson Diabetes Care Companies. “It helps patients understand not only what their number is, but what the number means, so they can take better-informed actions in their daily life.”

      What you need to know about the upgraded app

      This latest version of the OneTouch Reveal app has an easier-to-use interface, including improved visual snapshots designed to help patients pick up on patterns by connecting blood sugar levels with insulin, carbohydrate intake and activity levels.

      Susan

      Other upgrades: Users can now log in using their fingerprint, access a quick snapshot of their data on the home screen status bar, read timely articles, set test reminders, and see their blood sugar averages at 14-, 30- and 90-day time intervals, as well as before and after meals.

      One particularly useful feature: The new OneTouch Reveal app syncs with the OneTouch Verio Flex® blood glucose monitoring system through built‐in Bluetooth® Smart Technology. This connectivity effortlessly allows patients to keep all of their health stats in one place, enabling them to share the info with their healthcare providers so they can have more personalized conversations about their treatment and any necessary behavioral and lifestyle changes.

      Users can also connect and upload data to participating healthcare systems and LifeScan, Inc. partners and their offerings, such as Apple Health, a wellness- and fitness-tracking tool.

      Ultimately, the goal of the OneTouch Reveal revamp is to help people with diabetes lead healthier, more active lives. Says Ahamed: “OneTouch is changing the way patients understand their blood glucose so they can be self-empowered to better manage their disease.”

      The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc., and any use of such marks by LifeScan Scotland Ltd. is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.

      More from Johnson & Johnson

      Latest news
      healthcare worker in protective medical gear

      Johnson & Johnson named to Fortune’s 2024 America’s Most Innovative Companies list

      The company’s drive to develop novel solutions for the world’s toughest healthcare challenges has earned it a spot on Fortune’s second annual list.
      Innovation
      Headshots of three Johnson and Johnson female scientists

      Meet 3 leaders who are breaking new ground for women in healthcare

      For International Women’s Day, celebrate the achievements of these amazing female scientists and researchers at Johnson & Johnson.
      Innovation
      Close-up of a woman with low vision receiving an eye exam exam with a doctor shining light into her left eye

      What is low vision?

      Low vision isn’t the same as blindness, but navigating daily life with it is still challenging. For Low Vision Awareness Month, learn the facts—plus, the promising treatment innovations that are in the works.
      You are now leaving jnj.com. The site you’re being redirected to is a branded pharmaceutical website. Please click below to continue to that site.