Period Tracker App: New iOS App Focused On Helping Women Track Their Reproductive Health Makes Accurate Calculations and 100% Data Privacy Possible

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Period Tracker App is the first-ever app that accurately calculates the period, ovulation and fertility dates based on extensive user-entered data. It uses information like Body Basal Temperature (BBT), cervical mucus, mood, etc., to enhance the accuracy of the ovulation calculator.

BBT and cervical mucus chart

BBT and cervical mucus chart

We designed the Period Tracker App as we strongly believe that information privacy concerns should not discourage women from using feature rich apps like ours to their benefit. All of the data can only be accessed by the user.

Period Tracker App, a reproductive health app that calculates the period, ovulation and fertility date with the highest level of accuracy, is now available at the App Store for free. More importantly, it is the only app that does not store any personal data, which makes it extremely safe and secure, as women no longer have to worry about their information being used for marketing or stolen for selling it to advertisers or insurance companies.

What makes Period Tracker App truly unique is that unlike other apps that simply calculate the average, it takes into account a number of factors including, but not limited to, the user’s Body Basal Temperature (BBT), cervical mucus data, mood, etc. Women who have irregular periods can also enter their daily BBT and cervical mucus data, so that the app can give them a more exact date of their next period. The best part is that the calculations become more accurate as users enter more information.

Incorporating this level of detail is also extremely helpful for women who would like to maximize their chances of getting pregnant by timing their intercourse correctly or avoid unprotected sex to avoid unwanted pregnancy on those days when their chances of conceiving are high. The app calculates these dates using fertility awareness methods. It also notifies them about the day they need to take a pregnancy test.

According to Yale University School of Medicine’s online anonymous survey, of 1,000 women (ages 18-40), about 50% of reproductive-age women had never discussed their reproductive health with a medical provider and about 30% visited their reproductive health provider less than once a year or never. While the Period Tracker App does not claim to be a replacement for a real medical practitioner, its various features help women become more aware about their reproductive health. The app accomplishes this through its user-friendly interface and a knowledge base that is packed with useful information. All of the significant dates of the ovulation calendar for the entire month are displayed in a simple and native calendar view.

Features include:

Tracking Menstrual Cycles: Women can manage period logs of all of the previous and current cycles. The app makes accurate predictions about future period dates and notifies users beforehand. It also allows them to enter PMS (Premenstrual Syndrome) symptoms and flow information.

Tracking Ovulation Cycles: The app calculates the ovulation date based on BBT, ovulation symptoms, cervical mucus, OPK (Ovulation Predictor Kit) test data and saliva ferning. All of the data is presented in the form of detailed charts and graphs that can be exported and shared.

Gender Prediction: The app uses the Shettles and Whelan methods to calculate the chances of conceiving a boy or a girl baby. Women can enhance their chances of conceiving a baby with their preferred gender based on the specific dates that the app suggests.

Pregnancy Information: Due date calculation along with valuable insights into the baby’s developmental milestones.

App Alerts: Timely notifications are not only convenient but also make it easier for women to keep track of important dates.

“We designed the Period Tracker App as we strongly believe that information privacy concerns should not discourage women from using feature rich apps like ours to their benefit. All of the data can only be accessed by the user,” said Khosro Tabak, CEO of 2455506 Ontario Inc.

Period Tracker App is available as a free download. More information about the app is available here.

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