The LibreView system lets you create clear, easy-to-understand glucose reports and share them with your healthcare professional. It’s free and only takes about a minute to sign up and get started.
To use LibreView, connect your glucose monitor to any Windows computer with an Internet connection, then log in follow the on-screen instructions to upload data. Your glucose data is stored securely in the cloud, where you can share it with your doctor.
LibreView also works with the FreeStyle Libre system and the FreeStyle LibreLink mobile app where those products are available. Go here to see if FreeStyle Libre is available where you live. Go here to see if the FreeStyle LibreLink mobile app is available where you live.
Patients can upload any of the following glucose meters from Abbott Diabetes Care:
FreeStyle LibreLink mobile app
FreeStyle Freedom Lite
FreeStyle Precision Xtra
FreeStyle Precision Neo
FreeStyle Libre Pro
Note: Some devices may not be available in your country.
The LibreView system is free. There are no initial start-up costs and no subscription payments.
You can create reports that combine data from different Abbott Diabetes Care meters in the LibreView system.
Currently, the LibreView system does not support CGM or insulin pump data for home users.
Launch your internet browser (Internet Explorer, Chrome, or Firefox), then:
For Internet Explorer: locate and select the “gear.” Next, select “About Internet Explorer.” This will display the current version in use.
For Chrome: locate and select the “stacked bar” setting icon. Then select “Help & About” to see the current version.
For Firefox: On the menu bar, click the Firefox menu and select “About Firefox.” The version number is listed underneath the Firefox name.
For Safari (Mac): Open your Safari browser by clicking on the Safari icon in the dock of the Mac desktop or laptop computer. Click on "Safari" in the menu bar at the top of the screen. Choose the option labeled "About Safari" in the drop-down menu. A dialog box appears with the browser's version number.
Select the glucose meter icon on the Upload a Meter page. This automatically downloads the latest version of the LibreView Device Drivers.
Yes, your LibreView account is protected by robust encryption. We conduct regular third-party audits to ensure that your data is safe.
Learn more: Data Management Security
When using a compatible Mac OS, only FreeStyle Libre readers are currently compatible.
The LibreView website requires one of the following browsers:
Safari release 10.1 or higher
Internet Explorer 11 or higher
Chrome release 37.0 or higher
Firefox release 32.0 or higher
Installed on a computer running:
Mac OS X Yosemite (10.10) or higher
Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 Anniversary update (or higher)
And with a display resolution of at least 1024x768 pixels.
We recommend using the most up-to-date version of your browser. Please note, Microsoft Edge is not a supported browser.
In order to upload data from a meter connected to the computer, LibreView will prompt you to install the LibreView Device Drivers (LDD). The LDD requires local administrator privileges to install on Windows and 8GB RAM or more and at least 200MB of hard drive space to run.
LibreView requires an Internet connection with at a speed of least 0.5 / 1 (download / upload) Mbps, and depending on the amount of data being transferred, sometimes at least 3Mbps.
For more information please refer to the Quick Start Guide or contact support.
Log in to your LibreView account. Click the Upload button. Then, connect one end of the cable to your device and the other end of the cable to your computer. If this is your first time uploading to this computer, you will be asked to install software that allows your device to communicate with the web-based system.
Note: If you use the FreeStyle LibreLink mobile app to monitor glucose, your data is automatically uploaded to LibreView every time you scan your FreeStyle Libre sensor. The FreeStyle LibreLink mobile app and the FreeStyle Libre system are not available everywhere LibreView is released.
When you upload your data to the LibreView system, you will be taken directly to your glucose history screen. Click the View Full Reports button to view more detailed reports.
You can email a PDF of your reports to your healthcare team by clicking the Email button when viewing your reports. You can also share with your healthcare professional by linking your LibreView account to their healthcare practice. Click on the navigation icon in the upper right corner of the screen. When the side menu opens, select Account Settings. Then click the My Practices tab and enter your healthcare professional’s Practice ID to share your data. (You will need to ask your healthcare professional for their LibreView Practice ID to be able to link accounts.)
You can share reports with as many people as you like.
Yes, with the LibreView system you are in control of when and how you share your data. If you would like to stop sharing your data with a certain practice (if you switch doctors, for example) log into your LibreView account, and click on the navigation icon in the upper right corner. From the side menu, select Account Settings. Click the My Practices tab and click Remove for the practice with which you would like to stop sharing.