Period Tracker - Eve

Ovulation & Menstrual Calendar

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Health & Fitness & Medical
Current version
194 MB
Last Update
Dec 05, 2019

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Nov 28, 2019

Dear Eve, I love your app. It’s helped me manage my cycles every month. It’s been very accurate recently because of all my previous logs. However, I noticed something today. Maybe it was there before, and I’m just seeing it for the first time, but I could help but notice how the notification states “risk of pregnancy” followed by a percentage. The percentage system is great. I can understand the use of wanting to know when you would be more likely to have pregnancy. But for me, I’m someone who one day would like to be able to get pregnant and I just feel that the choice of words for that percentage only covers a certain group of people who might actually be fearful to be pregnant, but not the woman who are striving to one day raise their own child. The very definition of “risk” is a situation involving exposure to danger or “to expose something of value to danger, harm, or loss”. For me, I don’t view pregnancy as a “danger harm or loss”. It’s a miracle. Because I am but only one woman trying to have a baby one day. I use you app to track my periods, yes, absolutely, and maybe that’s all you’re about, but if you’re so much more than just a “period” app, and more a “woman’s app”, wouldn’t you also be for pregnancies as well? My suggestion is replace the word “risk” with “probability”. That word is more neutral. It takes neither side of the battle and it’s factual. “Risk” sounds very one-sided minded. Thank you for your time.

Jan 19, 2019

I absolutely love this app for keeping track of my periods! And being able to talk to all the ladies! However I wish there was an option just for those of us who are trying to conceive, because a lot of the cyclescopes and other parts are mainly directed more so at the women who are on either on birth control or not trying to conceive. Just for example, if it’s fertile week it’ll mention about taking precaution since you could get pregnant. It would just be nice for us women who are trying month after month, to have a little bit of encouragement around that time! and also maybe some information on whats going on with our bodies if we did actually conceive, but the pregnancy didn’t take. My dr told me that happens more often than we realize and will think its just a heavy period. Just like it does when it gives us all the helpful information on all of our moods and hormones and all of that during the cycle scope! That’s my only opinion to make it better. Other than that I cannot complain, I enjoy a community of women being able to just talk about all of our women issues and not have to be embarrassed or ashamed. I love Eve, I also have a couple other apps, but I can’t even use those ones like I can Eve, because they’re primarily for pregnancy. Which obviously after TTC for 5 years only keeps me looking and hoping. Anyways! Thanks Eve!

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Jun 22, 2019

I haven’t gotten my period yet, however I’ve been looking at different apps. This seems like a very high quality app. The only thing I wanted to point out is that this app says its for 17+, however I’m sure many girls who have recently started their period could use this. I understand that there are questions concerning sex, however I believe that girls who have gotten their period have already had the talk about sex. It should not seem inappropriate or gross for a girl to see, and I doubt there would be an issue concerning it. There could be this explanation in the game description for caution. There’s also a large chance that girls using this app would be masturbating, which is completely okay! I’m very happy that this app includes that detail, and I don’t think young girls should be excluded because of it. Also, many girls under 17 have sex, so questions like those would be necessary for even girls under 17. I just thought I would point that out. Anyways, the app seems wonderful. I’m not sure if this is in the app, but I think reminders for using protection during sex and that infertile windows should not be used to determine when to have sex, as it is is still very possible to become pregnant even when not fertile, should be added(if not already included.)

Oct 09, 2018

This looks like a good way to track your period and has the potential for being very informative birth control wise but I find it very frustrating that many of these bc reminder apps group all the forms of the pill together. The combo pill and P.o.p are very different and I think you should be able to select them separately (maybe be able to select the specific bc method down to the brand name )? I think also more fluidity in being able to track changes in your bc method using this app. Like if you had the depo shot and switched to the POPill - what are some possible side effects or pills ? Can we get some accurate info about the possibilities when changing BC... just some thoughts they may seem like minor things but I think they would clear up lots of confusion and stress around managing BC! Update: The developer suggested using the community aspect of the app to ask questions and receive advice on bc... though in theory this seems like a good way for women looking for answers to get support and advice there is the potential for miss information to be spread. Why not have the facts and info built into the app into the first place? At least for such a critical thing as the nuances between different types of birth controls.

Oct 18, 2019

This app just leaves me with an icky feeling. After interacting with it for six months, I’m weirded out by the target audience (clearly young girls) and the amount of sexual information being thrown at them - topics and techniques that I feel are inappropriate at that young of an age. I’m all for the empowerment of women and their bodies, but you connect with a wide and diverse community but you don’t know the ages of the other women and on many topics, these age groups would not normally be conversing. It’s just too much. Logging itself is comical and young girl oriented. Even though I turned off notifications and “unjoined” as many groups as possible, sexual deviations and questions are constantly being thrown in my face. And the daily ads of “join flow for free - huge discounted rate” mixed with the power to unlock more sexual tips and arrivals.... yuck yuck yuck. Are the 12 and 13 year olds using this app getting the same crap??? Are they reading the stories of one night stands, first lesbian experiences, and cheating on their best friend’s man? Why in the world are we exposing our kids to this stuff?? So I gave it a good try, but on moral grounds I am deleting all my info and moving in elsewhere. Don’t even get me started about security breeches and what they actually do with all the info you give them... just do a google search and find the it for yourself!

About Period Tracker - Eve

Developed by the Glow


Period Tracker - Eve has 78 490 user reviews.

Period Tracker - Eve has an average rating of 4.7.

The latest version of Period Tracker - Eve (3.1.0) ​was ​released on Dec 05, 2019.

You can download Period Tracker - Eve ​here: 1002275138 .

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Eve by Glow is a savvy period tracker and sex app for women who want to take control of their health and sex lives. Eve predicts your next period and your chances of pregnancy. Track your moods and symptoms to discover trends in your cycles. Take daily sex quizzes to become a sexpert. Own your cycle and feel good in bed. Get it, girl.


+ Log to keep track of sex, moods & symptoms.
+ Quick, elegant logging at any time of day or night.
+ See your health data visualized in beautiful charts.
+ Identify trends and patterns unique to your body.
+ Compatible with the Health App for tracking Sleep, Steps, Walking+Running, Height, Weight, Date of Birth, Water, and of course, menstrual health (Menstruation, Sexual Activity, Spotting, BBT, Cervical Mucus).

+ Fastest and easiest way to to track your period.
+ Interactive staircase helps you see your cycle history in a whole new way.
+ Forecast your ovulation and upcoming period with period tracker predictions that get smarter over time.
+ Review past periods, menstrual cycles and ovulation dates to better understand your cycle & fertility.
+ Calendar views on period tracker show your next fertile window, ovulation day, upcoming period.

+ Community provides an extended friend group for discussing sex & health.
+ Trusted information about birth control & sex, powered by Bedsider.
+ Ask the community anything--nothing is off limits.
+ Learn from other women who have been there before.

Eve by Glow is free to download and use. Should you choose to upgrade to Premium, you will unlock the following features:
Comparative Insights - “Is this normal?” Compare with millions of women.
Premium Content - Your next level sexual health savvy.
Private Messaging - It’s like passing notes, but better.
Custom Profile - Stand out from the rest.
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