If you are trying to get pregnant, would like to track your period, or are trying to figure your own pregnancy/conception dates there is an easy way to do so. The Ovulation Calendar Free app is a multi-purpose app that gives you all kinds of features, tools, and functions to make tracking your details simple. Whether you are trying to get pregnant or not this app can come in handy.
The app works by determining your most fertile days in the month. This is important if you're either trying to get pregnant so you know when your best window of opportunity is, or if you're trying to avoid getting pregnant. Your fertile days are determined by using the date of your last period and then plots your next period dates.
This is a lot more than an ovulation calendar though! This app can even give you the information that will show the best days for you to try to conceive a boy or a girl, when you should use protection to avoid pregnancy, and your ovulation day. Use the period tracker to help you when are planning a holiday, events, and other activities that may be impacted by your monthly cycle.
There is a catch though: the free version has limited access to the features and tools. By upgrading to the full version you'll be able to see your chance of getting pregnant during a current period, the exact probability of conceiving a boy or girl on a specific date, the chance of conceiving a boy or a girl during the current period, and the exact chance of getting pregnant on a specific day. The full version is available for the reasonable price of $1.99.
How it Performs
Now that we have discussed some of this app’s features let’s take a look at how it performs. First off I want to mention the user interface. So often these monthly tracking apps are dull or overly feminine. This one feels very different. It’s got more of a cute vibe going for it and it is so simple to use. It has been set up so that you can quickly find what you’re looking for and tracking your information could not be easier.
In case you’re wondering how the gender prediction is done, the app uses the scientific research of R. Guerrero, 1974. The research is based on real-life statistics of thousands of women. The Landrum Shettles method is based on theory only rather than factual information.
Predicts whether you’ll have a boy or a girl on a particular conception date
Not all features are available in the free version
The Ovulation Calendar Free app has plenty going for it from its cute and engaging user interface to its scientifically backed-up gender predictions. Whether you are looking to avoid getting pregnant or you’re trying to conceive, this app is perfect.