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5 Best Period Tracking Apps for 2019

1 comment 27 Sep 2019


Ladies, have you ever had an embarrassing day at your ob-gyn when you couldn’t remember the first day of your last period? Been there, done that, ugh. Not having a clue about your menstrual cycle isn’t awkward only when you’re at the doc, it’s also awkward if your period starts and you have no tampon or pad close by. Plus, it will be difficult to know when you’re fertile or not, if your period shows signs of being irregular, and so on.

For all of the above reasons and more, keeping track of your menstrual cycle is crucial. As soon as something out of the ordinary happens - like your period being late or heavier/lighter than usual or coming earlier than your normal rate -, you’ll know and set an appointment with your doc to see what’s up.

Today we’ll introduce you to the best period tracking apps that are completely free to download and use. Enjoy!




This app will help you loads, dear escorts. For starters, it tells you when your next period will come so you’re fully prepared. Its machine learning technology is reliable and accurate both for menstruation and also for ovulation. Not to mention that it’s very easy to use thanks to its incorporated calendar. You can also add your personal health notes, like period symptoms, sex drive, mood, vaginal discharge, and more. The most important thing, though, is that sensitive info stays safe from prying eyes. Every time you use the app, you’ll have to enter your code to unlock it.

You get a health assistant, you can be part of a friendly community where you’re welcome to ask questions, and you can enjoy useful courses that teach you, among others, how to alleviate painful cramps. Personalized health insights are also available.




Now this one is, according to the Obstetrics & Gynecology journal, the top period (and also ovulation) tracking app. Which means that it uses good ol’ and reliable science to make it easier for us ladies to keep our eyes peeled for a unique pattern in our periods. You have many mood trackers, exercise ones, health and symptoms logs, and health tips.

Its unique algorithm makes the app smarter each day as it learns from the info you input. Which, in turn, means that it becomes better and better at helping you with what it’s meant for.

Period Tracker



If you want something super simple and very user friendly, not that the other two aren’t, then this app needs to be in your life. You just press one button when your period starts each month, then the app will start to log every date. It will calculate the average of your last three months’ periods and predict when the next menstrual cycle begins. This makes it great for planning your bookings and vacations.

Add symptoms and moods, see your fertile and ovulation days, and explore more of its cool options.

Period Calendar



While this particular app does everything the others do equally well, it comes with a very nice extra: a pill reminder. Do you tend to forget to take your vitamins, birth control pill, or the like? You can’t remember whether you took any of those? Use your newly installed Period Calendar, because it works like a charm.




Love a cheeky and witty personality? If you answered yes, Eve is right up your alley. You’ll be won over by her sarcastic comments and you’ll look forward to solving her daily sex quizzes. We know we did 😉 Just like the previous period tracking apps mentioned above, this one is great at what it’s meant for.

Add all your moods during a menstrual cycle, look at your own health data using the app’s eye-catching charts, find out when your next period is due, and talk with other ladies who use Eve as well on a dedicated platform. Nothing is off limits with this fun period tracking app.

We hope you enjoyed today’s post. Let us know in the comments box below about your own favorite period tracking apps and if you have other recommendations. Looking forward to hearing from you 😊

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Shanice Elliot: 30 October 2019, 15:11

I don't have to have a period anymore woohoo lol
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