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Period tracking apps for your monthly needs!

When was the first day of your last period? Don't remember! No worries, we've got your back. Periods usually arrive once each month, but the exact date, flow, cramp severity and accompanying symptoms are not that consistent. For this very reason, the app market is flooded with period trackers that aim to offer insight into your monthly cycle.

Tracking your period can be useful for several reasons. Period tracking can help you to get to know your own body and observe any symptoms such as mood swings or headaches that may occur during a particular phase of your cycle.

Here are some period-tracking apps that will help you record insights into your health.

1. Flo

The app is truly a one-stop-shop for everything related to reproductive health. It is free to download and offers a variety of useful information about your cycle and overall health. Flo also includes educational input from over 80 experts but on a premium version. Using the app’s bold and simple calendar, you will be able to log how you are feeling, your symptoms, sex drive, menstruation flow and so much more.


2. Clue

Clue has an easy-to-use and informative interface and is entirely gender-neutral which makes it one of the most inclusive period-tracking apps available online. The app’s unique algorithm learns from the data that you add, which means that the more you use Clue, the smarter it will become. One can download it for free and can also go for the premium version named Clue Plus.

3. Teen Period Tracker

As the name suggests, this app is most beneficial for teens as it offers a wide selection of educational information intended for anyone who just got their period. Designed for a younger audience, this app provides educational videos, includes a private chat feature and has a secret diary option that allows users to document how they're feeling.

4. Maya

This app has already achieved over 6.5 million installs worldwide! Maya is an easy and fun to use period tracker which helps people track their cycles, related symptoms, mood swings and overall health. Its use cases generally ranges across three main categories including, health tracking, improving odds of conception and avoiding pregnancy.

5. Glow

It is one of the most useful period apps in the market because of all of the data points it collects. Glow allows you to track 40 different health signals including but not limited to sexual activity and body basal temperature, all through its easy daily log. It can be extremely beneficial for people undergoing fertility treatments.


So start tracking your periods today!

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