CGM Data on Your Pebble Watch (Optional)

17 Jul
Note: for information regarding currently available watchfaces for current CGM solutions, click here Displaying your CGM data on a Pebble watch is entirely optional, but many Nightscout users find that having data on their wrist is considerably more convenient than...
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FAQs

17 Jul
  FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions We try to hit the big ones below, but if there’s something you feel like we need to add, please leave a...
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Daylight Saving Fix

14 Mar
An updated version of the Android uploader app was released that resolves the future data being sent to the CGM remote monitor that is related to the daylight savings time change in March 2015. Please follow these steps: 1) Disconnect the...
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Dexcom G5 (or G4 with Share) and Pebble

30 Dec
Directions provided by Clayton McCook The following directions can be used to view CGM in the Cloud data from a Dexcom G5 or Dexcom G4 with Share on a Pebble without setting up Nightscout. If you haven’t already, create an...
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Nightscout for Windows (Optional)

3 Apr
The Nightscout app for Windows Phone allows you to view your Nightscout website and setup a live tile to view your data at a glance.  You can install the app via the Marketplace. For Windows Phone and Windows 10 users, there...
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Can I Secure the Website?

18 Jul
There is no password protected privacy or security provided by these tools, all data you upload will be available for anyone on the internet to read if they have the URL to view your data. Optionally, you can create two...
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Nightscout Viewer for iOS (Optional)

10 Dec
The Nightscout for iOS app has been released and is available in the App Store. The Nightscout for iOS App runs on both iPads and iPhones. It  requires iOS version 8.0 or higher. Application details: It is running a “web view” of...
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Nightscout with xDrip and Dexcom Share (Wireless)

27 Sep
Requirements To use xDrip (or xDrip+) with Dexcom Share, you need an Android phone that has Bluetooth LE (BLE) and a Dexcom Share receiver. If your device has the option to update to Lollipop (version of Android), it is recommended...
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What do the Blue Dots mean?

2 Aug
The blue dots are a prediction based on the 2 most recent readings using an auto-regressive second order model. If you see a lot of blue you might not be picking up sensor readings. More importanly, if you see more...
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