Android DMS is designed for use on the Android cellular phone. It is intended to digitally record and analyze diabetic user's information, which can then be synchronized to a remote web server. Android DMS has the capability to store the most common data that type one or type two diabetics and their doctors track, including glucose levels, weight, and A1C percentages (average three-month blood sugar measurement). The application also allows the user to assign goals to these parameters, providing milestones for which to strive. Physician contact information, as well as the specific unit of measurement the user prefers, round out the application's capacities. Specifically, there are three methods of reporting users' recorded data and goals: chart, graph, and statistics. The chart mode displays records in a columned list, ordered by date of recording.