These apps help you remember important dates and help track your most fertile days when you’re trying to conceive.
Fertility Friend (free, Apple and Android) helps you keep track of your menstrual cycle. Helpful for when trying to conceive and for health purposes as well. The app integrates with www.FertilityFriend.com, which provides helpful charts, articles and more.
Period and Fertility Tracker
Trying to conceive? The What to Expect Fertility Tracker app (free, Apple) can be a help with your plans to get pregnant. Keep tabs on your cycle and pick up helpful pointers with this app from the popular “What to Expect” series by Heidi Murkoff.
The WomanLog Calendar (free, Android) is easy to use and provides helpful info to women trying to conceive. All of the app's main functions are accessible through a simple calendar. Simply tap a date, enter info and track your periods, basal body temperatures and most fertile days.
Ovulation Calendar & Fertility
Knowing your most fertile days can be extremely helpful when trying to get pregnant. The Ovulation Calendar & Fertility app (free, Apple and Android) aids in determining your most fertile days by allowing you to enter the date your last period started, along with period length.
Lenexa mom Margaret Sarver wonders when phones got smarter than her. She lives in Lenexa with her family.
As always, please consult your health care provider with any questions or concerns.