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Smart Phone Apps for TTC
Byroney_WebMD_Staff posted:
Okay ladies, I hunted around the Internet and found some Trying To Conceive apps for iPhone, Blackberry, and Android. Neither I, nor WebMD recommends or endorses any of these apps. They've just been presented in the hopes you can share your personal experiences with any of them, or they might be useful to you in your TTC journey.

Baby Gender (Based on Chinese calendar)
Fertility Friend
Home & Learning Ovulation Calendar
iPeriod (also iPad)
Pregnancy Alarm (also iPod Touch & iPad)

Ovulation Calendar
Period Calendar Delux

Fertility Friend
Pink Pad
Tips to Get Pregnant
Period Tracker (Thanks Salli! Link below)

So which ones have you tried? What did you think? Do you have others not listed here that you've tried? Any you want to try?

salli03 responded:
I have an android phone and use this free app - I like it but I'm not yet pregnant (have been trying for about 2 months.)
rozsmith86 responded:
i have an iphone and i like the "what to expect" fertility app. you can enter your period dates, make notes and track fertility dates too.
Byroney_WebMD_Staff replied to salli03's response:
Thanks for making that recommendation, Salli! It's nice that it's free, too.

Hope is a thing with feathers / That perches in the soul, / And sings the tune without words / And never stops at all. - Emily Dickinson
Byroney_WebMD_Staff replied to rozsmith86's response:
I appreciate your recommendation, Roz! If anyone wants the link to the "What to Expect " app, follow this link to my list of pregnancy apps.

Many of the TTC/Pregnancy apps cross over and can be used for both. I think there's also an Android version of "What to Expect," too.

Good luck,

Hope is a thing with feathers / That perches in the soul, / And sings the tune without words / And never stops at all. - Emily Dickinson
PetalTouch responded:
I use both iPhone & android apps for Fertility Friend and its amazing..! It's like an online journal. You can chart literally anything from your period day, BBT, CM, OPK and HPT results in one chart. Even your BD timings, mood, specific symptoms eg cramping, pms. It then uses all that info to calculate your ovulation dates and expected AF dates and when to test. It's really unbelievable! You even have an offline mode to record stuff when u have no Internet then you sync it with your chart when you're back online. Works great for me since I travel across the world like crazy. You get a free 30 day trial, and a free, very empowering fertility & charting course which I highly recommend for all the ladies here as it helps answer lots of your fertility questions. It also has a super active members message board which is a buzz of activity with posts going in literally every minute and if you sign up for the VIP package you get a dedicated fertility guide to answer your questions within a record 10minutes (every question, I swear!) I highly recommend it, it has really helped me take charge of my fertility! You can have a look at my chart for my last cycle here:
Me-32,DH-33,TTC- 5cycles
Byroney_WebMD_Staff replied to PetalTouch's response:
Thank you for all of the great tips and sharing your experience with the apps, Petal. There are so many great options for support when TTC these days.

Hope you need to start using Pregnancy Apps soon!

Hope is a thing with feathers / That perches in the soul, / And sings the tune without words / And never stops at all. - Emily Dickinson

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