OvuView: Ovulation & Fertility

OvuView: Ovulation & Fertility

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Period & fertility taken seriously:

OvuView tracks and predicts your period, ovulation and fertility, using sophisticated sympto-thermal methods (STM).

This app can be used both as an advanced birth control tool, or as a simple menstrual calendar, and help you to:

• maximize your chances of conceiving a baby/getting pregnant
• avoid pregnancy using natural methods (contraception),
• plan your next holiday with future menstruation and ovulation dates predicted,
• track weight, headache, appetite, PMS and other symptoms,
• replace sympto-thermal paper charts with a more convenient way of charting.

Based on your cycle symptoms (such as menses, basal body temperature, cervical mucus and/or cervix), OvuView automatically evaluates and charts your fertility using proven natural family planning (NFP) methods. In particular, 4 sympto-thermal (Billings, Rötzer, Konald/Kippley, Cautious), 5 mucus-only (5 Day Dry Up, Döring, 21/20 Days Rule, Last Dry Day, 4/5/6 Day Rule), 3 temperature-only (Marshall, 4HT, 5HT) and 2 calendar methods (Standard Days Method, Calendar Rythm Method) are implemented.

Key features include:

• 14 fertility awareness methods
• tracking many symptoms, taking notes
• calendar view
• advanced chart showing temperature and symptoms
• guiding hints
• educational tips and information about your menstrual cycle and your fertility signs
• cycle statistics
• automatic morning notification to record basal body temperature (BBT)
• data backup/restore
• data import from ‘My Days’, ‘WomanLog Calendar’ and ‘Fertility Friend’
• color themes
• demo mode (giving you a glimpse of what the app is capable of in the long run)

Pro features include:

• password protection
• 2 widgets (discrete + cycle wheel)
• multicolor symptoms
• cycle and method management
• emailing spreadsheet data and chart images for doctor review
• backup to email/dropbox
• user-defined custom symptoms
• notifications (menses, ovulation)
• temperature chart coverline
• fullscreen mode in chart
• pregnancy mode

We also have a discussion forum! If you have any questions check if there is an answer available at http://groups.google.com/group/ovuview. Should you have any further questions, suggestions and/or feedback, please do not hesitate to post a new discussion topic by sending email at ovuview@googlegroups.com.

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Recently changed in this version

v3.5.2:
- improved cloud backup
- fixes


Comments and ratings for OvuView: Ovulation & Fertility
  • (72 stars)

    by deer.pm on 06/04/2011

    Looks nice. But definitely not the best app for NFP. I changed to Lady Cycle because ovuview always gave me wrong fertility information.

  • (72 stars)

    by Rita Koranteng on 23/05/2015

    Very efficient and helpful

  • (72 stars)

    by Jennifer Cheese on 23/05/2015

    It has a great range of functionality, have used it to track periods and custom symptoms for years. Backup to email feature is very handy.

  • (72 stars)

    by Cynthia Carter on 22/05/2015

    Works reliably, lots of tracking options. You may still need to interpret and make your own guesses if the symptoms you track indicate conflicting possible days of ovulation, but that's no big deal.

  • (72 stars)

    by debanhy valorretta on 22/05/2015

    This app helps me keep track of when I started my period and when my next period begins and it's usually on point! I love it thanks!

  • (72 stars)

    by Trina McGrath on 20/05/2015

    One of the last updates took away the predictor for basal temps and made it for the paid version only!! What a bait and switch tactic.. really liked it otherwise, now its useless.

  • (72 stars)

    by David Williams on 18/05/2015

    I enjoy using this app...its taken a while to really get to grips with it ( that's my fault not the apps ) but now that I have I wouldn't be without it

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