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7 Top iPhone Apps for Tracking Your Fertility and Ovulation

7 Top iPhone Apps for Tracking Your Fertility and Ovulation

I’m a reader. Anything I can get my hands on about what I’m dealing with or trying to do, I will. Including charting my cycle for both getting pregnant and avoiding it. So much of our information comes at the touch of a button. Often it’s on our phones now. Out and about, we think of something and Google it. We check email quickly as a reminder. We download apps to keep us informed and up to date.

Apps are a great way of keeping pertinent, must have information easily stored in one location. From cooking apps to apps that tell us exactly what elevation we’re at, to news and the weather – it’s all here.

So it’s no surprise that charting while trying to get (or avoid being) pregnant is also made easier courtesy of your phone.

If you’ve started to chart or want to, and your phone is your sidekick, these apps are a simple and effective way to keep track of what your body is doing. They take temps and times, turning it all into an easy to read chart, offering message boards, and showing color coded calendars to know just when you’re the most fertile that month.

Take a look below for the 7 top iPhone apps to help track fertility and ovulation. (And please check out Babble’s FREE Fertility Tracker!)

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  • Fertility Friend Mobile 1 of 7
    Fertility Friend Mobile
    An app designed from their great site Fertility Friend, this shows both a calendar and chart of temps, along with tracking times for accuracy. This app links to their site for easy use on phone or computer and offers a VIP membership for more features.
    You can get Fertility Friend for free right here!
  • BioClock Fertility and Pregnancy Calculator 2 of 7
    BioClock Fertility and Pregnancy Calculator
    A standard ovulation/due date app. It allows you to track your cycle and conception date, due date, and fertile days.
    Purchase here for $1.99
  • ept® Ovulation Calculator 3 of 7
    ept® Ovulation Calculator
    Stress tips, a calendar of your cycle, along with entering a "wanted" due date to see what days you might want to get busy on. ;) This app also lets you know what days you're most likely fertile 3 months out.
    You can get it here for free!
  • Ovulation Calendar and Fertility Calculator 4 of 7
    Ovulation Calendar and Fertility Calculator
    Simple and straightforward. This calculator takes your cycle length and then lets you know your most likely fertile days along with a corresponding due date for 5 months in advance.
    Get it here for free!
  • Kindara Fertility 5 of 7
    Kindara Fertility
    One of those apps that is beautifully designed and easy to use. Charting is made easy with spin numbers, a place for notes, OPK results, and Ask An Expert features.
    Get it here for free!
  • Ovulation Calendar Ladytimer 6 of 7
    Ovulation Calendar Ladytimer
    Enter your symptoms each month while tracking your cycle. This app offers tutorial videos, your cycle history, and info pages.
    Get it here for free!
  • Period and Fertility Tracker from Whattoexpect.com 7 of 7
    Period and Fertility Tracker from Whattoexpect.com
    Just like their site and book, this app gives you the ability to track your cycle, connect with other moms, and read articles about fertility right from your phone.
    Get it here for free!

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Diana blogs on raising a toddler daughter and the loss of her twin boys on the aptly named Hormonal ImbalancesSmaller glimpses into her day are on TwitterFacebook, and Pinterest.

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