1. Wear the FreeStyle Libre sensor
Apply a new sensor to the back of the upper arm. Wear the sensor for up to 14 routine days to automatically measure glucose day and night, no routine finger sticks required.1
2. Scan with your phone
Once you've set up the FreeStyle LibreLink app on your phone and started a new sensor, simply 'scan' it by briefly holding your phone against the sensor until you hear two beeps.
The app uses the near-field communication (NFC) capabilities of your phone to capture glucose data from the sensor.
3. After initial 60 minute warm up you can view instant results
Following a typical scan you will see displayed on the screen: current glucose reading, an 8-hour glucose history and a trend arrow showing if glucose is going up or down, or staying steady.2
Spot patterns and trend on the go with mobile reports
|Daily Pattern||Time in Target||Low Glucose Events|
|Get a complete picture of glucose variability||See how your glucose results match up with your target range||See how your glucose results match up with your target range|
Simulated data for illustrative purposes only. Not real patient data.
For Android phones with
- OS 5.0 (Lollipop) or higher
- Near-field communication (NFC) capabilityCompatibility guide
For IOS phones with
- iPhone 7 or higher
- IOS 11 or higher
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