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Apps for pre-teen DD to track period

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4happyhours Sun 07-Feb-16 06:56:00

Since my DD is only 11, I'm not looking for a 'when to get pregnant' period tracker. Most seem to he connected with conception - or trying not to conceive - so are for sexually active women. hmm I'm looking for an app for her iPad that helps her keep track of when her next period is due, symptoms etc. Has anyone come across one, please?
I've used icycle beads and iperiod but they give too much info for her needs.
Obviously she's aware of why we have periods ultimately, but she doesn't need notifications of when she's fertile just yet!
Thanks. grin

FannyFifer Sun 07-Feb-16 07:03:48

I use this one.

MrsJamin Sun 07-Feb-16 07:13:27

I've just started using Clue, seems pretty good so far, you get notifications saying "pms is due" etc.

Scarydinosaurs Sun 07-Feb-16 07:31:06

Clue is awesome. Discreet and no pink baby/sex stuff at all.

FannyFifer Sun 07-Feb-16 08:24:28

Might check clue out, I use that one I posted cos if was free. smile

TiggeryBear Sun 07-Feb-16 09:16:22

I also use the same one as Fanny, I think it's called "Period Tracker". It's free on most devices.

JasperDamerel Sun 07-Feb-16 09:22:01

I use womanlog. It tells me when I ovulate, but that's useful information even if fertility isn't an issue.

MigGril Sun 07-Feb-16 09:26:23

I use period tracker to, the one Fanny showed. Works well does show when you possibly ovulate, but I'm just using it to track my periods not for conception still just ignore that really.

4happyhours Tue 09-Feb-16 23:26:31

Thank you! Just installed clue to have a look and it does appear to be more useful for her needs than the ones telling you when to try for a baby!! There's certainly a gap in the market here, if any app designers want an idea! hmm

TheAussieProject Wed 10-Feb-16 00:21:27

I use pink pad

MrsJamin Wed 10-Feb-16 08:06:51

What I like about clue is that they are open about their interest in gaining lots of data about women's cycles so that they can improve worldwide health, that's an app company that can gladly have my data and isn't out to monetise what I'm giving them in another way.

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