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Naliz Naliz 4 years
I was never satisfied or very happy with either of these, their design is too clumsy and probably would appeal to me if I was still 14. I came across Lily Cal a few weeks ago, and it has a very different approach to the usual period tracking app. It allows for tracking of a lot of different things (moods, fertility signs, birth control devices, fluid, medications and lots more), and it has a customizable list, which I find very handy for tracking anything I don't find in any of the already existing categories. The app doesn't feel as cheap, the design is lovely and very elegant. And it is a lot faster and easier to navigate than all the other apps I tried. Here's the link to the iTunes site: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id597081791 It's worth checking out!
Yesi-Jukebox Yesi-Jukebox 6 years
Umm iphone apps? How come you never offer up android apps?
EricaJane EricaJane 6 years
I use Period Tracker.. I like it a lot.
Matdredalia Matdredalia 7 years
I seriously wish that these apps would add one major feature: Let me put in my contraception info! I use the BCP for cycle regulation, so it actually matters A LOT what days I'm starting relative to what day of the pill I'm on. So. Frustrating!
franciepants franciepants 7 years
Great recs. I recently downloaded the iPeriod app and wasn't sure how I felt about it's look and feel. Thank goodness it was free. I'm going to take a look at your recs right now :-)
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