My Calendar - Period Tracker is a comprehensive tool for women who want to track their periods and ovulation days to keep their calendar organized and maybe try to get pregnant.
The first thing you'll need to do is set the dates of your last period and My Calendar will start predicting your fertile window, as well as your next period dates. The app will become more and more reliable as you start tracking your own data: flow, period start and end, medicine taken, intercourse, symptoms, moods, weight, temperature... If you use it daily and effectively, My Calendar Period Tracker can easily help you get pregnant by showing the most probable days in the calendar.
Although it is a highly complete app, usability is amazing and you easily get the hang of it. Plus, it learns from you so it will become more and more accurate as you keep on using it.
There are millions of similar apps that do practically the same, so it depends on your preferences. We definitely think My Calendar might be one of the best ones out there.
Original review from March 28, 2012:
Period Calendar is a period tracker application for Android that tracks ovulation, fertility and helps your oganize your personal matters.
First of all, I'd go to Settings and adjust everything to your taste: the default cycle, period and ovulation, pregnancy mode, notifications. Then, you can enter your last period date and record all the symptoms (from 43 available), moods or items you want to keep record of.
This app can be easily used as a personal diary and help you organize yourself when you want to get pregnant or the opposite. Maybe, there could be added a pill notification in case you're using contraception methods. In addition, you also have weight and temperature charts if you want to check your evolution.
abishkking is the developer of Period Calendar, a great tool for women who want to keep track of their periods and ovulation dates so as to have everything organized perfectly. Excellent graphics and good usability.
Original rating: 7.0/10
by Ana , Appszoom
Mar 28, 2012