I know there are quite a few of us here, who access MH through our phones (or iTouch). I just found out that they released their O Tracker App.
MedHelp's Very Excited about their new iPhone App called My Cycles! It's Now Available and is Free!
MedHelp has recently launched their first iPhone app called My Cycles! The My Cycles app helps women track their periods and ovulation and predict future periods and fertile windows. It's great for women who want to keep track of their monthly visits from Aunt Flo, schedule vacation plans around predicted period days, and track their basal body temperature and other signs of ovulation because they're trying to conceive.
I got that on my ipod touch....its very good! Use almost everyday :)I also have a app called cycle tutorial, which comes from fertility friend! It gives u tips, and information about TTC and such. Worth looking into, just type cycle tutorial, and it should come up!
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