Complication Standard complications are managed by WatchOS and only refresh at 15-90 minutes intervals. The only exception is the calendar complication, which refreshes instantly. For that reason, Tomato uses the calendar complication to display your glucose values on your Apple Watch without any delay. To use this feature, please perform the following steps: Create a […]
Pebble Offline You can use Pebble watches with Tomato (fetching data completely offline). To use this feature, please perform the following steps: Download and install compatible watch faces: Using your Pebble app download and install any of the following watch faces: CGM SkyLine, CGMitC-Sleep, CGM – Sky, Sleep CGM In The Cloud Slot 2, CGM GRID […]
Many Android user feedback that applications lose their connection after a period of use. You need to do some settings to avoid this problem: 1, turn off battery optimization 2, lock the app Here is a video tutorial for your reference.
iOS 1.2 Android 1.3 2019-03-13 New features: Export data to CSV / PDF files Added support for Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Russian, French, German, Japanese, Korean Bug fixes: Optimized for connection stability at night Fixed the issue of syncing data to Healthkit(iOS) 1.1 2019-02-18 New Features: Sync data to Night Scout Notification budget Improvement: […]
If you are using apple watch, you can add a tomato complication to your watch face. follow the link below. https://www.imore.com/how-add-third-party-complications-your-apple-watch
Switch on Broadcast in Tomato App Select Tomato App as BG Source (Waiting for Android APS’s New Release)
Enter Data Sync screen. Switch on Night Scout. Fill the bank of URL and Secret. Don’t miss ‘https://’
1. Get apps on your watch You can download a variety of apps from the Google Play Store on your watch. Some apps work with a matching app on the phone that’s connected to your watch. Note: Make sure your watch is connected to Wi-Fi or on LTE to search and download apps. Add the apps […]
BG SD stands for Blood Glucose Standard Deviation. FYI: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_deviation https://diatribe.org/understanding-average-glucose-standard-deviation-cv-and-blood-sugar-variability http://diabetes.diabetesjournals.org/content/62/5/1398
1. Enter the Settings Screen. 2. Switch the units.