“Maya”, what a beautiful period tracker!

Guys from Plackal Tech came up with a fancy and useful app to track your period. In this case, developers really hit the spot with the design, it´s gorgeous.  You can check at the different themes but they all look fresh and work just perfect. In addition to a regular period tracker, you can also…

Smart period app: My Calendar

Such a colorful app we´ve used today, and that is My Calendar – Period Tracker, only available at Google Play Store. This period tracker has already been downloaded more than 1M times and is one of the best rated apps in the store, with 4.6 points over 5. The most distinguished features here are its…

Bloom helps you to track Aunt Flow’s arrival

Bloom Period Tracker, made by SMSRobot, offers a nice and smooth interface app. One feature we loved here is the customizable main screen, where you can choose how to organize the apps main features, which are the period calendar, fertile days insight, body temperature monitor and birth control pill notification settings, and theme colors. Like…

Have no clue at all? Then get Clue

I see this app as a great option for those women that are interested on actually knowing the issues behind why you should track your appointments, tests, exercise, sex, cravings, digestion, weight, basal body temperature, pain, emotions, bleeding and pills (in case you forgot to take the pill, you can shake your phone a few…

OvuView, your perfect assistant

Ladies and…..ladies, I’ve just found the app for those meticulous girls, that wanna track their period carefully! This is the very first period tracker that actually informs the user about the effectiveness and calculation methods that are used to predict fertile, luteal and period phases. And not only that, it also allows you to choose…

Pepapp: When less is actually more

Pepapp is quite a great app, and here is why. So far, it has one of the most intelligent designs I’ve seen. Most of the times, when a period app has lots of features, but poor design, it gets kind of laborious to use. Pepapp is just the opposite. It’s quite intuitive and the smart-minimalist…