|Application name:||Period View|
Are you looking for a period tracker with the important features that you actually need? If that’s right then, among all the women’s health apps from Fertility Council, Period View came to solve your problems. The first thing that caught my attention was that when logging you symptoms, you’ll find just a few options, unlike most period applications. And that’s quite important if you just need a straightforward app for the job. On the other hand, the stats are very poor, but again, you’ll get just what you need.
It also counts with a FAQ’s section, for those specific questions like, if you should still log you BBT when having a fever and how to know if you are tracking it right. The developers gave much importance to BBT, with a chart and info section, because is one of the easiest ways to determine whether or not you are ovulating. But they forgot to add the reminders, for pills and tracking notifications!
Besides being a classy period tracker, Period View is a great informative app. It counts with a very interesting glossary, which fits perfectly for those young women who are just getting into “girls issues”. As a matter of fact, Period View really cares about teens, and you can instantly see that when using the “Teen Corner” section, which has key information about period cycle.
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?||No|
|Does it remind you to take the pill?||No|
|Does it display Ads?||No|
|Does it synchronize with other Apps?||No|