This was my only period tracker, however, after the automatic update, the app was completely different. The most important parts you have to PAY for. I can no longer track my ovulation without paying. The app no longer gives explanations without paying. This is crazy. Nothing was wrong until the update. Why we have to pay for basic information needed for WOMEN!! Especially younger women who have to learn as they go. Just ridiculous.
this app is fantastic. i had been forgetting about my period and then they gave me an alert and thank the lord! and i was able to just throw a pad on just in case and sure enough i started my cycle. this app is a life saver
I love this app and have been using it for years, but it is quite slow and laggy. It’s been like this for a long time and I am considering switching soon.
There is no longer a fertility window. This app was fabulous through planning for my now two children and also planning to avoid having more. I understood the app’s estimation of a fertility window was not exact or guaranteed, but I was willing to take that chance and used that calculated window. It was crucial for our family planning and also crucial in my understanding of my body and attempting to avoid a pregnancy. Women use this information for various reasons - not just fertility. The removal of the fertility window makes this app useless. You can toggle on an ovulation day, but this just isn’t as good. They could have at least left WOMEN A CHOICE to toggle on fertility window or not.
Would love a system display mode/ automatic night mode !
I switched from flo to clue, however I’ve used clue in the past years ago. The reason I made the switch is because the flo premium ads have gotten ridiculously in your face, and honestly I found it exploitative to be charging people for information that should be free, and IS free on nearly every medical website, especially at such a steep price. I see that clue has started doing the same thing which is disappointing, again it just seems exploitative. I do however appreciate that they don’t constantly shove it in your face and make it hard to use the app. If I remember correctly the clue premium price is more affordable, but charging 40 dollars for information you took from a free medical website, when women struggle with accessible sex education regarding women’s anatomy is pretty despicable still. It’s like putting “how to preform cpr” under a paywall. I would understand putting blog posts or some journalism on women’s health and feminism under a paywall, but charging people for free medical information is not okay. Overall, less invasive ads than flo and it’s function as a period tracker is good, charging people for free information about women’s health, especially considering the current climate of women’s health, irks me.
This is the most accurate cycle tracking app I’ve used, and I’ve tried almost all of them. As much as I love this app there are things I would like to see change. Honestly I prefer something a little less cutesy and a little more simplistic. Maybe more options for symptoms and a place to take notes, a way to track your own things you notice from day-to-day and cycle-to-cycle. Other than that, again, this app really is amazing.
Extremely accurate about my fertile window. Super helpful
This is a good app, has good features and is easy to use HOWEVER, I SHOUKD NOT have to pay for “premium” to use basic things (that used to be offered for free) it isn’t luxury to have a period and it’s a little useless to have to pay for basic features that could help thousands of people. The pregnancy feature also should not have to be a paid option… mothers are paying enough on raising their child rather than an app to track when they menstruate.
I absolutely adore this app and the ease in which I can track my symptoms and period but I would love if each individual tracker was its own color or different shades of color because I want to be able to differentiate between having tender breasts of cramps and cravings more clearly.