I almost deleted the My Cycle app from my phone because it said I was already registered and I couldn't remember my password. Now that I've gained computer access and had them reset my password, I can't find a way to change my password and I know I'm going to forget the password they reset it to. I noticed, in the google app list, that another period tracker had thousands and thousands more users than the My Cycle app. I wonder if this may be why. I'm going to try their app as well.
It would also be nice to be able to change my username.
I have the My Cycle app too. To change your password, you can go to Settings (tap the icon at the bottom that is 3 vertical dots), then click Sync/Backup. Click logout. Then repeat and you'll see Login and you can input your username and password.
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