|Application name:||Period Tracker|
|Version(s):||Varies with device on Android|
Today we used Period Tracker by Leap Fitness Group, and among the basic features every period app has, the ones that stand out are the following. It has the option of adding another account, so that you can help tracking someone else’s period like, for example, your daughter, on her first cycles. It’s available in 39 languages, something that most of the apps don’t follow.
The report section is truly complete. You can get to know which are the most logged symptoms (among 58 options to choose), get an overview of your intercourse logs and pregnancy chances reports, based on your fertility window predictions, from which you can also see future prediction dates, for the next 10 months. That’s good info, ins’t it? Besides all this, it also has a fertile symptoms tracker, where you can log cervical firmness, cervical mucus and cervical opening details, for more precise data collection.
The app doesn’t have a smart design. Honestly, it’s quite solid and complete, but until you get used to it, you’ll fell like you’re in a maze. And I guess that’s the reason it isn’t available in the Apple Store.
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?||No|
|Does it allow e-mail based authentication?||Yes|
|Does it show Notifications/Reminders?||Yes|
|Does it remind you to take the pill?||Yes|
|Does it display Ads?||Yes|
|Does it synchronize with other Apps?||No|