So I was just up treating a low (my daughter gave herself a correction while I was at school and even though I came home before she went low it does remind me of the dangers of combining lows with her newfound independence) and I was wondering if anyone had created an app that would let my iphone pick up signals directly from the dex transmitter. I opened the app store to look and as expected found no such app. I did find that the Dex Share app is out and there are two versions. One is Dexcom Follow and the other is Dexcom Share. Not really sure what the difference is. Does anyone know? I figured if the apps are out that the cradle must be out too. I opened my Dexcom Guide app and after they irritatingly made me create an account I learned that the Dex cradle is indeed available, and does cost about three hundred dollars as expected. Six Until Me has a review. The review does not compare Share to Night Scout. The review merely says that after using it for six days it works well. Someone in their comments section said a USB charger can be used to make it more portable. But honestly, imo, even with a battery its not very portable. I would still use it at home at night most of the time anyway and the ease of setting it up is a big plus for me (about three minutes according to Six Until Me - why is it called that?) So I invite people to comment on the new release of Dex Share especially in light of changes that have taken place since it was originally conceived as an idea. I mean it was exciting to hear about a year ago but now the technology is really slightly outdated and there is the Night Scout to compare it to. I am not really sure how important portability is though since when my daughter is awake she just takes care of herself. p.s. I also see that dex has new software update. What is it and what does it do? How would you load it onto your receiver?