These Fertility Apps Will Make Your Life Less Stressful

Trying to get pregnant? Trying to avoid pregnancy? Just trying to predict your next period? Whatever your plans for the future are at this very moment, you probably have questions. Luckily, the great, wide world of mobile apps has answers for you.

No app can replace your doctor, but keeping track of your fertility cues on your phone can certainly help keep you on top of your family planning between appointments. Not only do fertility trackers motivate you to log your body's rhythms and changes throughout the month, but they can help you see larger patterns in your cycle, too — and that's info that your doctor will love to have on hand the next time you're in for a checkup.

(And it doesn't hurt that most apps on the market help you plan ahead, with reminders that alert you to everything from medication refills to upcoming ovulation periods.)

Ahead, find the right fertility tracker for your needs. And, if the time comes, check out our guide to the best pregnancy apps, too.

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Life Period Tracker, Health, Calendar, Ovulation

This app allows you to look back on your history from past months or year while keeping you in the loop for what's to come, thanks to its ultra-customizable reminder settings. To top it off, you can personalize its calendars to accommodate for irregular cycles. Upgrade to the premium version for even more tracking options, including fitness, sex, and general health.
Pink Pad Period & Fertility Tracker Pro

Stay up-to-date on your upcoming periods and fertile windows through this app, then discuss topics of fertility with its rich social network. Users can swap stories of trying to conceive or simply compare sleep schedules — it's up to you how you engage with Pink Pad's community. Plus, you can shop for health and wellness products directly through the app.
Kindara: Fertility Tracker

This is the only app that can sync with a wireless basal body temperature thermometer, making the process of measuring and tracking your BBT that much simpler. In addition to charting your temperature and cycles, Kinda charts such symptoms as discharge in great detail.
Fertility Friend FF App

In addition to tracking your daily stats and symptoms, with or without Wi-Fi, this thorough app provides you with enough info to fill an encyclopedia. Featuring such resources as videos, tutorials, and quizzes, Fertility Friend really is your new BFF who just happens to know a ton about ovulation.
Ovulation Fertility App Glow

Thanks to its innovative data analysis features, Glow's fertility predictions get smarter the longer you use the app. It provides users with personalized health insights and additional support for those undergoing IVF or IUI treatments.
Groove - Period & Fertility Tracker

Whether you're tracking your period, preventing pregnancy, or trying to conceive, this app is worth the download. It allows you to review symptoms and cycles from previous months, so that you can pick up on your body's patterns and compare them to what's to be expected (the info-packed reference section will answer all your questions).
My Cycles Period and Ovulation Tracker

This app helps you track ovulation symptoms big and small, from cervical mucus to headaches, and allows you to enter personalized notes specific to your body. Its easy-to-use interface allows you to see your menstruation and ovulation cycles in the same display, so you have the whole picture for your month ahead.
Ovia Fertility

Log your symptoms, temperature, blood pressure, moods, and general health info for clear-cut calculations of your next fertile window. Plus, this apps allows for data sharing and syncing between you and your partner, so you're always on the same page as you try to conceive.
Dot Period & Fertility Tracker

Using a unique family planning and birth control method known as Dynamic Optimal Timing, Dot helps users anticipate their risk of pregnancy on a day-to-day basis. Simply input your period's start date, and the app does the rest. It's designed to work with cycles from 20 to 40 days, and accounts for variations in cycle length.
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