Top 5 Fertility Apps and Tools
When searching for the best fertility tracker, there are many choices, and developers continually introduce new apps and features. Researching these popular, tried-and-true fertility trackers is a good place to start:
If you like data, this free fertility app delivers. It turns your information into highly detailed charts. This can be helpful for related health issues such as irregular or missed periods and perimenopause. The app tracks basal body temperature and cervical changes and uses color-coded displays. For advanced tracking, upgrade to premium for a fee. Other options include buying the Wink digital thermometer, which links to the app and automatically enters daily temps. Learn more about Kindara
Period Tracker by GP Apps
Many women love this app’s simple, fun style. You input data from your past three cycles to predict your period start date. Period Tracker’s calendar view shows period, ovulation, and fertile days, and data such as temperature, symptoms, weight changes, and notes. Features include online data backup, touch-ID or password privacy, data-sharing, and email data export. Additional features are available via paid subscription. Learn more about Period Tracker
Once you enter data, Ovia estimates daily fertility scores showing the probability of getting pregnant each day. It charts menstrual flow and symptoms and tracks health information, such as nutrition. You can customize backgrounds and colors. For convenience and sharing, export your information to an Excel file. Ovia includes a library of fertility and conception articles. Learn more about Ovia
This widely used Flo period tracker is nominally priced and may be a good choice if you have irregular cycles. Flo offers a full range of features beyond basic tracking and predicting period and ovulation days. You can track multiple metrics such as basal body temperature, menstrual flow, PMS symptoms, and over 70 different details for enhanced accuracy. If your cycles vary or sometimes go beyond 30 days, the app’s algorithm factors in variances when estimating fertility. Learn more about Flo
This fertility tracking app is free, with upgrades for a fee. Clue provides multiple data-entry options and a place to log basal (resting) body temperature – a metric that can increase ovulation-prediction accuracy. A simple calendar format displays data. Download Clue at the Apple Store or Google Play.