Fertility App

Last updated: May 1st, 2021 at 11:37 am

Fertility App: What is it?

They are an app that charts your monthly menstrual cycle, keep track of symptoms and give you an idea of your fertile window.  You put in your period details: what day bleeding starts, the length of your entire menstrual cycle, BBT charting info, fertile cervical mucous information, when you have intercourse, etc..  They calculate all the information you put in and let you know what your probable fertile window is.  You can get free versions of fertility apps or you can pay a fee to upgrade to a version of the fertility app that has more features.  They are a great, super convenient way to keep a record and give you information, all to hand.

Fertility App: Many kinds are readily available:

  • Pink Pad- Pink Pad is a free menstrual and fertility tracker and social health network for women. Click here for detailed information.
  • Period Tracker- Free or upgrade for $1.99. They say their fertility app is “the easiest way to track your periods”.  Click here to find out more.
  • Fertility Friend– Free. They say their app is “accurate and trusted” and provides, “in depth analysis of your data, empowering, community, privacy and clarity.”  Click here for a more detailed explanation of fertility app features, goals, etc..
  • Ovia Fertility –Free.  The website for their app says, “Conceive faster.  Have a healthier pregnancy.  Get to know your body.  Ovia Fertility by Ovuline is the #1 most accurate fertility app, helping users conceive up to 3x faster than the national average. We use proprietary algorithms based on cutting-edge fertility research to track your cycle and predict your exact ovulation and fertile window.”  Click here to go to their website and read more.

Fertility App: Is it for you?

Technically you can easily find a fertility app to suit your device and you can find one that is free, so it’s not a lot of risk to give them a go. I think they are great, because they are pretty effortless, yet they hold and give out valuable information.  And the icons on your device is usually not obvious that it is a fertility app, so you don’t have to worry about being found out that you’re trying to conceive!



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