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About DiaBox and DiaBoxMe


About DiaboxMe and Diabox They are almost showing two identical apps with the same design, features, except for the App name. DiaBox was released in November 2019 with support for both iOS and Android. but for well-known reasons.

The last version in both app stores is stuck at v7.3.4 iOS, Android v2020.11.11.1. Since then I’ve been trying to find new app distribution channels and complaining to Apple and Google.

Android is currently distributed through Telegram and Github, and all installers packages are available from these two channels.



Also, all update notifications and logs will be distributed via Telegram.

iOS DiaboxMe?

I’ve been trying to communicate with Apple almost daily, and in mid-December, I started plan B – to develop a “brand new” app DiaBoxMe and distribute it through Bubblan’s developer account,  version num started from 1.0, which includes all the fixes from DiaBox 7.3.4 onwards.

I recommend everyone to install DiaBoxMe because DiaBoxMe will be the main distribution option in the future. Last week Apple suddenly approved DiaBox version 7.8.8, which I submitted for review a long time ago, contains the same features as DiaBoxMe 1.2.2.

However, 7.8.8 has an upgrade compatibility issue with 7.3.4 which causes data jumps, which has happened to early testers on  Libre2 Bluetooth Direct, and the solution is to uninstall DiaBox completely and reinstall it. Here, I still recommend you to install and use DiaBoxMe.

DiaboxMe and Why still keep DiaBox updated?

Firstly, many people are still staying on version 7.3.4 (which has some very serious bugs, that’s I recommend keeping it up to date always) and they want to keep the historical data. I need 3 or 4 more releases to add a data backup feature. Secondly, this version will be an alternative in case Apple removes DiaBoxMe. The only problem is the data backup & restore, after that everyone can freely choose to use DiaBox or DiaBoxMe without losing data.  I have added many new features to DiaBox/DiaBoxMe, including:

  • Libre2 Bluetooth direct (no need for any third-play transmitter at all, the only pressure required is for your phone to have Bluetooth and NFC support);
  • Simpler calibration algorithm;
  • and a series of Bubble firmware updates (please don’t forget to update, the latest is v3.4);
  • Optimization of background operation, power optimization;

There are more new features under development, the most important at the moment: data backup and recovery

Next on DiaboxMe :

  • Custom alarm alerts
  • Treatment data entry, including Insulin, Carbs …
  • A much more user-friendly Remote Monitoring and Glucose Report Platform, because there are too many reports of Nightscout failures
  • Glucose prediction function
Let’s all look forward to 2021, Only a cure for Diabetes will stop DiaBox.


How to setup Bubble and Diabox

Bubble Glucose Monitor



    • Loa Worm

    • 1 year ago

    Thank you for all of your hard work to make our lives easier!

    I have Libre2 in test mode and the Diabox Me app installed via TestFlight. Where do I find instructions for how to set up the bluetooth connect without a Bubblan? I couldn’t find anything online and can’t find anywhere in the app where I can connect the two.

      • Bubblan

      • 1 year ago

      Enable it under search and find the libre sensor.

    • Ivan

    • 12 months ago

    Is there a way to send the data from my daugher phone to my phone? the idea is to do remote monitoring and receive alerts.


      • Bubblan

      • 12 months ago

      Offers a service for that

      And nightscout.info is another you setup yourself and is free.

    • Frank

    • 11 months ago

    When can I update Diabox so that I can calibrate. I need to calibrate because my numbers are 2 points lower then my real blood sugar. I’m a AAPS user so I need to calibrate.

      • Frank

      • 11 months ago

      I use the FSL2 in Europe

      • Bubblan

      • 11 months ago

      Yes, you can use the Magic code to enable calibration but read the rules first.

      • Tamer Hashash

      • 6 months ago

      Libre2 signal always cut while using bubble mini !!! Each 3 to 4 hour I had to lose signal from libre2 sensor … so I have to scan again to recognise it .. is there any solution regarding this issue ..
      Does this happened with libre1 ?

        • Bubblan

        • 6 months ago

        Libre 1 don’t have Bluetooth.
        But we have got a bit more stable connections with the Us2 and latest diabox on Android. Testing currently without rescanning the Nfc. Add 1min readings intervals in setting menu.

    • gary melconian

    • 1 month ago

    how does the diabox app work without havinghe bubble transmitter with libre 2 US blutooth senssors .also can others follow the diabox app like it can be done with libre 2 app and libre link as well as the diabox app data be uploaded to libre view for previewing by doctors . Can the diabox also integrate into other third party health apps, can it also be integrated into a wear os wwatch.

      • Bubblan

      • 1 month ago

      Yes you can integrate to Nigh scout, and we are working on exporting it to a CSV format as libreview has.

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