Period Tracker with Mood, Fertility & Birth Control Pill Diary with Reminder
By Rebellion Media
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Lots of apps can predict your period’s monthly due date based on a regular 28-day cycle. But who’s that regular? Period Tracker uses information from your last 6 periods to tell you when your flow will start. Now that’s useful!
With Period Tracker, you can:
Keep track of period start and end dates
Predict the start and end of your next 12 periods (The app keeps refining those dates based on data you enter)
Get information about the current phase of your cycle
See when you’re more and less fertile
Enter daily physical symptoms and mood to help you monitor and manage PMS or menstrual-related illness
Keep track of when you had intercourse
Maintain a record of when you’ve taken the Pill (and get reminders)
You’ve got a busy life and your period is the last thing you need to worry about. Luckily there’s Period Tracker from Mobile Mom.
What's New in Version 1.0.2
There IS a way to update your period date
Super cute and super useful BUT confusing at first. The UI and design for symptoms etc is fabulous but when it comes to changing the start of your period, its no so obvious. What you have to do is tap on the start date, and then pull from the top of the screen down to indicate your "flow" level, and then the period will adjust as well as the future start dates. This gesture is shown in the tutorial when you first download the app but it is not clear that this is how you control your start dates if they are different than what the app projects.
Cute app / horrible period tracker
Please don't waste your time downloading this app. Do not even attempt using it as a period tracker. The app says it takes 6 cycles before predicting or calendaring your period. I only tracked 1 month, and now all my periods from here to eternity have been scheduled and I can't change or update the data. The app doesn't account for or consider changes in the frequency or duration of a woman's cycle. Users cannot change or update their cycle data once they've downloaded and logged their first period in the app. A cute interface design can't make up for poorly written content (please hire a copywriter) and horrible user experience.
Love the design of the app. Cute features. Sleek. Minimalist. Not obnoxious looking like every other app I've ever seen.
As far as tracking fertility, it doesn't show up on the calendar which I don't like. I used to use my period tracker which had a neat little ovulation feature and I only switched to this because the fertility tracking was advertised. It shows a little suggestion thing tht I could easily google and get for myself.
Also, the last time I opened the app, there was NO DATA. I JUST SWITCHED ALL OF MY DATA FROM THE OTHER APP (a year and a half's worth) AND THEN DELETED THE OLD APP AND NOW ALL OF MY DATA IS GONE. TERRIBLE
Last suggestion: I wish that the calendar wouldn't delete the previous year completely..now that we're in 2014, 2013 is completely gone.
I have high hopes for this app, but expected more.
- Category: Medical
- Updated: Dec 30, 2013
- Version: 1.0.2
- Size: 12.7 MB
- Languages: English, Spanish
- Seller: Rebellion Media Group Corp
- © 2013 Rebellion Media
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.