Bedsider Birth Control Reminders
By Bedsider LLC
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A better way to remember your birth control—designed for women who use the pill, patch, ring, or shot.
Life gets busy. You get preoccupied. And before you know it, you forget to consistently stay on top of your birth control. Could that lead to an unplanned pregnancy? Yes. Would a reminder help? Most definitely.
BEDSIDER’S BETTER BIRTH CONTROL REMINDERS
Remembering the pill, patch, ring, or shot just got a lot easier. Our reminders will tell you when to use it and when your refill is due. But these aren’t plain reminders that will bore you. Oh, no. These are funny, cheeky, entertaining reminders you’ll actually want to receive.
» Set the day and time when you want to receive your reminders.
» Supports those on the pill, patch, ring, and shot.
» Hit snooze if you need to remember at a later time.
» Schedule appointment reminders when it’s time to see your provider.
Download Bedsider’s reminders app—it’s free, effective, and makes remembering birth control a bit more fun.
What's New in Version 1.3.1
A few minor updates to make Bedsider Reminders even more awesome and reliable.
I've never written a review for an app, but felt so overwhelming disappointed with the performance of this app that I felt the need to echo the other reviews listed.
I've used Bedsider text reminders for about 5 years now, and I loved it up to this app creation. Thanks to the original text service, I've only forgotten a pill twice over the past 5 years.
Now over the past several months since this app switch, I've forgotten my pill 6 times. That's a lot in a short amount of time, and I consider myself an extremely mindful and routined person. The app reminders are inconsistent, aren't as eye catching as a text message, and the banner notifications get lost in a sea of other notifications coming into my phone. What was key with the actually text service for me personally was that I would not open the text until I took my pill. That way, the text notification was always there and it was more prevalent given people are always texting/looking at their messages.
My best suggestion would be to offer users the OPTION of SMS text messages or the push notifications, similar to how GroupMe functions. This is your best bet if you want to keep users, otherwise this app is completely useless and I'll be deleting.
I don't understand. I thought maybe I had disabled notifications for the app...they're on. Then I thought maybe the app "forgot" that I had set a reminder and that I should re-edit it. Except I've done that at least 10 times now. They even have the audacity to ask me what kind of "text" id like to receive in the morning even though they know and you now know you won't be getting any notification.
I was so excited about the app because I thought it was a great way to remind me of my pill, refilling my prescription, etc. I'd been using the text service for years and loved getting my fun facts in the morning. With all of the apps out there, I'm shocked that a simple notification system isn't working. My teenage memory was even better than this app.
Hate the app - loved the text reminders
I am so mad Bedsider got rid of text reminders and switched to app notifications. I got daily text reminders from Bedsider for FOUR YEARS and didn't miss a single pill. NOT A SINGLE PILL. Now that Bedsider got rid of this option and switched to an app, I've had this app for FOUR WEEKS and have already missed my pill THREE TIMES. The app notifications are so easy to miss, and now lately the Bedsider app has stopped sending me reminders altogether. I'm really disappointed that users aren't given the option to receive their daily reminders by text or by app. I will probably just get rid of the app now and find a way to get pill reminders elsewhere.
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- Category: Health & Fitness
- Updated: Sep 29, 2016
- Version: 1.3.1
- Size: 20.0 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Bedsider LLC
- © 2016 Bedsider
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.4 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.