NEW YORK – Digital diabetes care company One Drop has expanded the accessibility features and educational programming of its One Drop | Mobile app, including integration with Amazon’s Alexa voice technology. “Accessibility is a foundational value at One Drop,” said Jeff Dachis, CEO and founder of One Drop, in a statement. “We are a group of people with diabetes designing products and services for people with diabetes.” With the new Alexa interface, people with diabetes can track blood glucose, food and physical activity, and have voice command access to all their diabetes data. Caregivers in separate locations can also access the same data summaries with voice command. The company plans to continue expanding the Alexa feature set to facilitate communication between One Drop users and their One Drop | Experts, eliminating the need for manual entry in the One Drop | Mobile app. One Drop’s Alexa integration is set to launch on June 15. One Drop also introduced “Light Mode,” a new accessibility feature within the One Drop | Mobile app designed to improve readability for the visually impaired.
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