Period Tracker - Eve

Period Tracker - Eve

By Glow

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2015-07-30
  • Current Version: 2.19.2
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 158.24 MB
  • Developer: Glow
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 90,130 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

  • Can’t do anything

    1
    By Jenny Berger 1
    Can’t do anything without paying for it now. Use to at least track cycle but now they won’t let you do anything with a yearly subscription that’s outrageous
  • Great App

    5
    By Jax Marie 17
    I enjoy this app a lot! The period tracker is usually spot on... which is great for planning! It’s user friendly and easy to navigate! I recommend this app for you ladies who just want an easy, informative way of tracking your cycle!
  • Kid friendly

    2
    By xb1080
    I love the app for keeping track of my 11 year olds period, however I rated it 2 stars as I can’t put the app on her phone because it’s not kid friendly. There’s a lot of sexual topics that the app sends out that she’s not ready to hear or know about. If there were an age appropriate setting that was based on just tracking her period start, end and a count down she could have the app on her own phone.
  • Love this app!

    5
    By KayeKayegurl
    This app has helped me so much! It is so accurate and it has never failed me. It helps you and gives you suggestions for what to do to treat your symptoms. Totally Recommend!
  • LGBT

    1
    By Oteil
    This app is not lgbt friendly
  • Miss the list option

    1
    By GolfDocS
    I used this app strictly for cycle tracking. It’s super busy, the home landing page is distracting and am I missing it, or is the list option for tracking removed? From a healthcare perspective, that was one of the easiest things to actual monitor. Bummer. Exploring elsewhere after latest update.
  • Morally... disgusted.

    1
    By lalacarolan
    This app just leaves me with an icky feeling. After interacting with it for six months, I’m weirded out by the target audience (clearly young girls) and the amount of sexual information being thrown at them - topics and techniques that I feel are inappropriate at that young of an age. I’m all for the empowerment of women and their bodies, but you connect with a wide and diverse community but you don’t know the ages of the other women and on many topics, these age groups would not normally be conversing. It’s just too much. Logging itself is comical and young girl oriented. Even though I turned off notifications and “unjoined” as many groups as possible, sexual deviations and questions are constantly being thrown in my face. And the daily ads of “join flow for free - huge discounted rate” mixed with the power to unlock more sexual tips and arrivals.... yuck yuck yuck. Are the 12 and 13 year olds using this app getting the same crap??? Are they reading the stories of one night stands, first lesbian experiences, and cheating on their best friend’s man? Why in the world are we exposing our kids to this stuff?? So I gave it a good try, but on moral grounds I am deleting all my info and moving in elsewhere. Don’t even get me started about security breeches and what they actually do with all the info you give them... just do a google search and find the it for yourself!
  • Tons of misinformation, dangerous for young girls

    3
    By Little Chevy
    I like the functionality of the app, in that it allows me to track my period, symptoms, etc. However, it is quite concerning the amount of inaccurate information that is being published by the app, but also advice that is encouraged by the followers. The period forecast is highly inaccurate, majority of them time, providing information that directly conflicts with each other. As a mother, the information that is provided here is absolutely inappropriate for tweens and teens that are barely entering the world of womanhood. The conversations in the social media type areas of this app make me cringe and I would NEVER let my daughter use this app. The developers need to encourage its users to consult a doctor before following ANY advice on this platform, and also do more extensive research on their own sources before quoting them. I do not consider “Elle” or “Cosmopolitan” as credible sources to site regarding women’s health. It’s a good tool that has been social media drama.
  • Looks like it’s only for straight women - queer community look elsewhere

    2
    By TeacherTeach2015
    In the images in the preview look like they are only for straight women. Talking about sexual activity for example, not inclusive at all. It’s a shame.
  • The Community is Great, Too

    5
    By Me0ny
    I already did one review, but after reading another one, I realized that I totally forgot to mention one of the best parts of Eve: the Community. After logging in your symptoms, mood, activities, etc, it then pulls up how many other users are experiencing the same thing on your cycle, and even shows you what they’ve written about it/their “story times”. With a topic that a lot of people still feel very awkward talking about in public spacing (IRL and online), it’s really nice to have an app that fosters a community where everyone shares their experiences and supports others. Eve is just a really well made app. And that’s coming from someone who doesn’t pay for premium, so I can only imagine how good that feature must be.

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