Period Tracker - Eve

Period Tracker - Eve

By Glow

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2015-07-30
  • Current Version: 2.15.8
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 134.58 MB
  • Developer: Glow
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 81,580 Ratings

Description

Eve by Glow is a savvy period tracker and sex app for women who want to take control of their health and sex lives. Eve predicts your next period and your chances of pregnancy. Track your moods and symptoms to discover trends in your cycles. Take daily sex quizzes to become a sexpert. Own your cycle and feel good in bed. Get it, girl. SEX & HEALTH TRENDS UNLOCKED + Log to keep track of sex, moods & symptoms. + Quick, elegant logging at any time of day or night. + See your health data visualized in beautiful charts. + Identify trends and patterns unique to your body. + Compatible with the Health App for tracking Sleep, Steps, Walking+Running, Height, Weight, Date of Birth, Water, and of course, menstrual health (Menstruation, Sexual Activity, Spotting, BBT, Cervical Mucus). INTERACTIVE PERIOD & CYCLE TRACKING + Fastest and easiest way to to track your period. + Interactive staircase helps you see your cycle history in a whole new way. + Forecast your ovulation and upcoming period with period tracker predictions that get smarter over time. + Review past periods, menstrual cycles and ovulation dates to better understand your cycle & fertility. + Calendar views on period tracker show your next fertile window, ovulation day, upcoming period. EPIC COMMUNITY + Community provides an extended friend group for discussing sex & health. + Trusted information about birth control & sex, powered by Bedsider. + Ask the community anything--nothing is off limits. + Learn from other women who have been there before. SUBSCRIPTION PRICING & TERMS Eve by Glow is free to download and use. Should you choose to upgrade to Premium, you will unlock the following features: Comparative Insights - “Is this normal?” Compare with millions of women. Premium Content - Your next level sexual health savvy. Private Messaging - It’s like passing notes, but better. Custom Profile - Stand out from the rest. Premium Support - No more lines for you. With Premium, you jump the queue! $23.99 for 3 months, first 3 months trial at $17.99 $47.99 for 1 year after 7 day free trial ($3.99/month) $79.99 for lifetime (subscription works across all Glow company apps!) Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your iTunes Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, Glow yearly subscription is $47.99, monthly subscription is $7.99. Subscriptions may be managed and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your Account Settings in iTunes after purchase. For full Privacy Policy and our Terms of Service: https://glowing.com/privacy https://glowing.com/tos CONNECT WITH US Web - http://www.glowing.com Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/glow Twitter - @EveByGlow Instagram - @EveByGlow Pinterest - @GlowHQ If you are having technical issues or have any questions about your cycle or period, we're here to help. Please send us an email to: support@glowing.com

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Reviews

  • Login issues

    1
    By jshipp323
    This my third account that I’ve had to create because the login keeps saying my email address is found...when I got locked out the first time I created a new account...and now that I got a new iPhone I’ve found that I’ve had to create another account and all of my data is lost
  • Looks good.

    4
    By KDE bla bla bla
    I haven’t gotten my period yet, however I’ve been looking at different apps. This seems like a very high quality app. The only thing I wanted to point out is that this app says its for 17+, however I’m sure many girls who have recently started their period could use this. I understand that there are questions concerning sex, however I believe that girls who have gotten their period have already had the talk about sex. It should not seem inappropriate or gross for a girl to see, and I doubt there would be an issue concerning it. There could be this explanation in the game description for caution. There’s also a large chance that girls using this app would be masturbating, which is completely okay! I’m very happy that this app includes that detail, and I don’t think young girls should be excluded because of it. Also, many girls under 17 have sex, so questions like those would be necessary for even girls under 17. I just thought I would point that out. Anyways, the app seems wonderful. I’m not sure if this is in the app, but I think reminders for using protection during sex and that infertile windows should not be used to determine when to have sex, as it is is still very possible to become pregnant even when not fertile, should be added(if not already included.)
  • Limited free app

    1
    By nah345291010
    You can literally only record your period and everything else is a paid monthly subscription. Totally not worth it .
  • Try it Free?!

    3
    By keyinmoon
    I tried but the app wanted me to buy a subscription. False advertising? I think it probably tracks your period well despite the faulty advertising.
  • Great app

    5
    By RaynaPearson
    I’ve been looking for an app to help me track my period and help me learn more about certain things and Eve is by far the greatest one I’ve found. I’m a premium member, so I get access to more topics to talk about and stuff, but if all you care about is tracking your period then this is a great one. They don’t push the membership on you and they don’t have hidden fees when you first sign up unlike other apps.
  • Good but too heteronormative

    2
    By Kayrsea
    I appreciate Eve’s consistency with tracking my period and health cycle—such as how you may be feeling during your cycle thanks to hormones. I hate how heterosexually oriented the app is. Eve makes the assumption that those using the app are cis females sleeping with cis males. The only opportunity for me to see queer gems is if I purchase them. I’m a cis woman dating another cis woman—this content doesn’t cater to me as well as others in the queer community who also want to track their periods. Period cycles are not only limited to cis females; trans and queer individuals experience them as well.
  • Get This App !

    5
    By Big sister 24
    i love it ! it helps me track my period and there are even groups that you can join to talk to other people who may be in the same position you are. it gives great advice and it’s super fun hearing all the different advice !
  • Transphobic

    1
    By svnrises
    I wrote a small suggestion in a community page that the app could be made more gender neutral and received nothing but catty responses about how “only women have periods”. The community is a bunch of bullies. All I wanted was to have an option for the app to not constantly call you “girl”.
  • At its core, this app is not made for women

    1
    By Balush
    Though the app is definitely functional and user friendly there are several things I found very unsettling. It’s meant to be a female health focused app and yet an overwhelming number of posts and articles are about sex and pleasing men, completely disproportionate to the minimal information about women’s own bodies and cycles. The daily tips they share seem to be cutesy written affirmations rather than content that’s useful and educational for women wanting to learn more about their bodies and TRACK THEIR PERIODS. Also, please lose the algorithm that adds the words “babe” and “girl” to every other sentence. Women can read and understand the English language perfectly well without them. It seems the app has lost the point, or maybe the male founders prefer to focus on collecting information about women for profit rather than cater to the market they claim to be serving.
  • Good concept, toxic community

    2
    By hannahlmusic
    I love the idea of this app and it has the potential to be great. However, with so many other apps allowing you to track your period one of the main things that drew me to this one specifically was the forums. I love the idea of girls being able to reach out to each other for advice. But the problem is that the community is extremely toxic. I finally deleted the app and decided to use a different one with just the tracker because I got so tired of seeing girls tear each other down and be so incredibly rude. And this happens literally all the time. Girls will gang up on other girls if they think they posted a “stupid question”. It’s just disgusting. I know this is to be expected because people can be cruel to each other, everyone knows that. But I wish Eve would focus more on the bullying happening on their app. I can only imagine the impact it has on users dealing with depression and other struggles who reach out for help and are treated so terribly in return.

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