By Valley Electronics
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DaysyView is an App for tracking your menstrual cycle.
Implement your own temperature measurements and menstruation data, or simply connect daysy and automatically download your measurement data from your fertility monitor.
With daysy you are in control of your own fertility. Plan or prevent pregnancy just as you like.
Daysy is the next generation fertility monitor, which tracks your daily fertility status by recording your basal body temperature and using a statistical model to track your cycle. With daysyView, you can download this data to take with you and view prognosis about your cycle in the coming weeks. Valley Electronics has a proven track record of 25 years in building high quality fertility monitors and family planning.
- Choose if you want to plan or prevent pregnancy
- View your daily or weekly status of fertility
- See your color-coded monthly calendar
- View the past and the predicted future fertility
- See your temperature curve over time
- Make notes
- Synchronize your temperature value via daysy fertility monitor or by entering it manually from a standard thermometer
- Share with your loved one
- Contact our expert team for advice and support
What's New in Version 1.3.1
- minor bug fix for ovulation indications
- minor bug fix for imperial/metric unit selections
Daysy not syncing with Daysyview
Given this is my first attempt at trying to sync my daysy to the downloadable app I don't have much to compare it to. Opening the app alone I've taken notice to how many times it closes out of itself. I'm seeing there was an update on 9/28/16 for minor bug repairs but it looks like there are still some issues that need to be resolved. I have tried several times today after familiarizing myself with the owners manual, video tutorials and FAQ to load my information on to the app from my daysy and there is no message notification that pops up as displayed in one of the daysy tutorials. My day reads "no data". I understand that daysyview is not needed to get a read for the day, I find it a bit unfortunate considering the cost of daysy and that I am unable view something as basic as my temperature since there is no LCD screen on the daysy machine itself, I would expect to refer to the app so I can read my information. As mentioned above, this is my first attempt, and I may be doing something incorrectly but this is my first experience that I would like to share.
A lot of app crashes
I haven't purchased Daysy yet because it has been on back order however, I downloaded the app to get accustomed to tracking. I have been using the app to manually enter my temperatures and menses. I have experienced a lot of app crashes which worries me for when I actually purchase Daysy. There is no screen on Daysy itself so it'd be frustrating having to depend on the app for tracking if it's constantly crashing. The app has a great design and is easy to read/use but what's the point of it constantly crashes! I think I might splurge and spend a little extra to get the LadyComp (which is also from Valley Electronics) because all the information is stored on the device itself.
Crashes on IOS 9. Otherwise, great concept.