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Cube is the simplest period tracker. You can log your days quickly, and Cube lets you know when your next period is coming.<br>It's simple, cute, and easy to use.<br>And because of its friendly design, you don't feel like using app for your period.<br><br>◎ Quick Data Entry<br>All you have to do is to log your period (Start date and duration). That's all!<br>Cube is an easy-to-understand app that dared to remove complex functions.<br><br>◎ Little Cubes Will Tell Your Next Cycle<br>There are many little cubes in Cube app. They'll form a number, and tell you how many days till your next cycle.<br>Cute cubes will cheer you up in the days when you tend to feel down.<br><br>◎ Monthly/Yearly Calendar<br>Cube shows you the past and future period dates in a simple year-view calendar.<br>You can also see your events from Apple's Calendar app in a month-view calendar. It'll come in handy when you check your schedule.<br><br>[ FEATURES ]<br><br>・ Easy-to-use period tracking (Log only start date and duration of your period)<br>・ List of your cycles<br>・ Monthly/yearly calendar shows your past and future period dates<br>・ Reminders of your next period, PMS, and ovulation (Premium)<br>・ Integration with Apple's Health app (write data and import existing Menstruation data from the Health app)<br>・ 13 themes and custom app icons to match themes (2 themes are free)
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I was looking for an app for my daughter to track her period but all of them include pregnancy and sexual things that I wasn’t really comfortable with her looking at. I use the flo app and I don’t want to answer questions from my 12 year old what “feeling frisky” means and she doesn’t need anything that tracks whether or not she has “unprotected sex”. Yuck. This app took me a few minutes to figure out and truthfully isn’t the most user friendly but it has absolutely no sections where I would want to cover my daughters eyes. I know there are lots of kids who at 12 or 13 are more aware of stuff but my kid isn’t and I just want her to have an app where she can track her period and see when she will get it again so I am very thankful that I found this app.
I was thinking how useful it would be to have a reminder, then realized I hadn’t checked for it. Three dollars gets you day, a few days before, a few more days before and a week heads up, and similar ones for ovulation and fertility, as well as predictions. It’s discrete and visual, and to put in a new period, you just click a button. You can also look back in a little list of your periods and their lengths, above which is a circle representing your cycle with a little blue cube indicating where you are, and a six month view showing the current month, two months previous, and projection for the next three. And again it’s super cute but also in a very neutral way that can appeal to almost anyone - a little white cube with eyes, a bunch of tiny cubes that organize themselves into the number of the day you’re on, a bluer-teal, white and grey color scheme that makes me feel like my cycle is pretty chill after all, and nothing to sweat about. I never write reviews. Worth every penny.
if you’re someone looking for an app that’s simple and functional, i can’t think of a better one. it counts down the days, avoids being overly feminine, and doesn’t focus on fertility being the main point of tracking— which is good for those looking for something with gender-neutral colors/designs, and those who have no reason or desire to track their fertility. HOWEVER, do note that you have to pay to enable reminders and unlock most of the themes— there are other apps on the store that have the things i mentioned without making you pay for it, but if reminders aren’t something you’re needing and you’re okay with the default theme(s?), there’s no reason why you can’t use this one. anyway, i’m someone with regular menstrual problems, so this app actually doesn’t help me very much. i use another app instead as my primary tracker since it allows me to record more information, since my averages aren’t a reliable indicator of when my next period is coming. if you’re someone with regular menstrual cycles and want a fun app to track things, this one does the trick. but if you have extra things to track because if menstrual irregularities, there are better apps out there. still, i can’t get myself to delete this app, and my one complaint is that it has no widget.
I am so glad this was included in a menstruation tracker story. I am not trying to get pregnant! I want the least stress and data input for an aspect of my life that already hurts. I used to keep track of this in my planner but then I couldn’t share it with other people. I have been having menstruation for most of my life so I don’t need it explained—just predicted with accuracy. Thank you for not making my head hurt by overloading your app with highly personal data. I was not properly using Clue because it would confuse me or take too much time. People of all ages will enjoy this and it is super cute.
I just wanted a simple app to track my period without all the pregnancy stuff. Knowing that I’m ovulating is handy for predicting cramps but that’s about it. I was using another app that was tolerable but it’s gotten so that it crashes all the time so the I went looking for something else. I like that it remembers my default cycle length so all I have to do is tell it when I start. I could never remember to tell the last app when I stopped so it would think I was still on two weeks later lol.
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Cube Period Tracker is ranking in Health & Fitness & Utilities
Last update was at Sep 17, 2019and the current version is 2.0.0.
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