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I have tried a lot of period tracking apps, and I mean a lot! This is by far the best one and I’m surprised it hasn’t been more prevalent during my searches! It’s got a great design, simple and elegant. There are plenty of options of things to track but not too many to be overkill. Overall, just a great app and exactly what I was looking for. My only suggestions would be to add an option for “spotting” when logging a period. Many women spot between periods and it might be nice to keep track of also!
I think this app is okay for tracking your period. It’s helpful and even asks to set reminders to notify when your next cycle starts. However, there are some features that you need to pay for and quite frankly I don’t understand it. You have to pay for trying to know more of your own body, and trying to keep yourself updated with how healthy you are? I understand money has to be made, but there are certain areas of the app where money didn’t need to be involved. Like more emotions and symptoms to be unlocked? That’s unnecessary. Paying for the additional articles and tips are understandable. Overall a great app, just some features that a woman shouldn’t need to pay for in order to track her health.
I’m 14 almost 15 and I am AWFUL at keeping track of my stupid woman’s misery murder fest. This app has been really nice I can keep track of I’m feeling any symptoms I’m having and reminds me when my cycle should start up again. If you’re on the fence about this app just get it it’s free and easy to use, anyone with a uterus should have this
The aesthetic of the app is simple and pretty, but you have to pay to know more about your own body? There are other apps that won’t charge you for something that will teach you about your cycles ladies. Also, your symptoms are lacking. There’s no questions asking if we exercised, if there’s anything off “down there”, or even about discharge. These are things we want to log to know ourselves and our period better. Instead of asking about just our period, ask us what we’re actually doing to help our periods be better to handle. Your app just feels like a cash grab.
I love this app, it really helps with tracking these outrageous periods. But one problem is that when I see a really helpful article I can’t click it because I have to have premium and somethings that’s really unfair because the articles look really helpful for people with periods and more.
Discover Paloma period tracker — a friendly and accessible tool for any woman who wants to take more control over their body and health! Keep track of your periods, estimate your optimal fertility window and ovulation day and log symptoms to be more aware of your health changes.
Our user-friendly logging system, which includes color-coded cycle phases and engaging symptoms set, is also indispensable for those who have irregular cycles.
The app is perfect for everyone who:
— Needs to track the slightest changes
due to an unstable cycle.
— Wishes to become pregnant and wants assistance in tracking her cycle to estimate the best days to try for a baby.
— Wants to monitor their cycle and be aware of what is happening with their health.
Paloma pleases the eye with a beautiful and thoughtful design and provides its users with a whole range of important and useful functions:
ACCESSIBLE CYCLE AND HEALTH TRACKER:
— Color-coded cycle phase reflects the intensity of a woman’s period.
— Pretty and colorful emojis for symptoms and moods which are fun to log.
— Health app integration. Easily share your tracking information (beginning of a period/cycle, menstruation flow (light, medium, heavy), and protected and/or unprotected sex) between the Health app and Paloma.
PERIODS AND OVULATION CALENDAR
— Note the dates of your period.
— Get the predicted date of your next period.
— Be informed about the proposed fertile days and ovulation.
— View the history of your previous cycles.
HEALTH INSIGHTS AND ARTICLES
— Latest medical articles about women's health, PMS, pregnancy, menopause, healthy lifestyle.
— Important tips for taking care of yourself throughout the cycle.
CYCLE AND SYMPTOMS STATISTICS
— View simple and clear graphs and analyze info about your cycle, period length and tracked symptoms.
— Spot trends you can discuss with your healthcare provider.
IMPORTANT REMINDERS AND DAILY NOTES
— Receive reminders about taking medication, when your period will start or when your fertility window will happen.
— Use it as your personal diary or leave it for essential notes only.
— Choose your avatar from the collection of designed characters.
— Unlimited access to all articles and insights about different health topics.
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