COMING THIS SUMMER: Omnipod VIEW™ App for the Omnipod DASH™ System

With the Omnipod VIEW™ app—available soon with the Omnipod DASH™ System—caregivers and family members never have to wonder anymore how a child or loved one's day is going. The same Omnipod DASH™ System data that is displayed on a smartphone can also be viewed on one or more other smartphones remotely. This is an especially important feature to parents, school nurses and other support professionals who can monitor up to twelve separate Omnipod DASH™ System PDMs and  be alerted to out of range readings immediately. The Omnipod VIEW™ app offers a number of important features:

  • Remotely monitor Podder™ insulin and Omnipod DASH™ System info to help manage Podder’s diabetes1
  • Remotely receive notifications for increased peace of mind2
  • Stores the Podder's most recent PDM data for up to 7 days to view history and understand diabetes trends
  • Ability to stay informed and discreetly monitor up to 12 Podders™
  • Smartphone system notifications are customizable to each Podder™ for easy identification
  • Compatible with select iPhones
  • Compatible with the VoiceOver iPhone accessibility feature


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Omnipod VIEW™ Mobile App

Share your PDM data with up to 12 friends and family members 


VIEW App Screen

Omnipod VIEW™ iPhone Widget

A combined view of your insulin delivery and CGM data on one screen4

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Download the Omnipod VIEW™ App User Guide

The Omnipod VIEW™ App User Guide will be available soon as a PDF download.


  1. Includes IOB, last bolus, last BG, current basal program, system status, etc.
  2. User’s Omnipod DASH™ PDM must have connected WiFi and Omnipod VIEW™ user must have WiFi or LTE access to receive updates
  3. Available with iOS 11.3 and above compatible smartphone devices iPhone 5S, 6, 6 Plus, 6S, 6S Plus, SE, 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus and iPhone X
  4. The Dexcom System does not have integrated functionality with the Omnipod DASH™ System. iPhone widgets are mobile application shortcuts that are visible after swiping right from the home screen to the iPhone’s Today View