On this new article, we are breaking down a great app. It might not have many downloads yet, but soon or later it will, because its quite effective. PinkBird is amazingly simple. With only five sections you can get just what you need in a very smart and simple way. And to be honest, the only things you actually need to track your period are reminder/notifications, a way to log the important symptoms in a calendar, and a feature that let’s you know where in your period cycle, you’re standing right now.
On the home menu you can find out, at a glance, which day from the period calendar you are right now. You can quickly notice if you are on your fertile window days, ovulation day, period days or luteal phase, by just looking at a very intuitive circle.
If you’ve tried some other period trackers in the past, you’ll notice that PinkBird likes to keep it quite minimalist. For example, you can get a report with a quick access to a history list of your last periods. And this is what PinkBird is about, straightforward period tracking.
The comparison of features:
|Is the Period Length configurable per Cycle?||Yes|
|Does it provide a Report or Chart of all recent activity?||Yes|
|Does it display Ovulation days?||Yes|
|Does it provide features for tracking Fertility?||Yes|
|Does it keep track of intercourse?||Yes|
|Does it keep track of Doctor's appointments?||No|
|Is the information only stored locally?||No|
|Is the information stored in a server?||Yes|
|Does it allow Facebook or Google authentication?||Yes|
|Does it allow e-mail based authentication?||Yes|
|Does it show Notifications/Reminders?||Yes|
|Does it remind you to take the pill?||Yes|
|Does it display Ads?||No|
|Does it synchronize with other Apps?||No|