This app FAILS TO SAVE RECORDED TEMPERATURES about half the time. Developers lack even the most basic understanding of good UI design. Interface is like a 90's desktop application. A SLIDER for temperature? With a DEFAULT TEMPERATURE of 98.6? Who thinks this is a good idea? As a result, every evening, we're forced to wonder whether application failed to record actual temperature, or if today's temperature actually was 98.6. Paying customers deserve FAR better.
I used this app postpartum and it worked fine for 3 months. However, I've stopped using it because it is now wanting to charge me $5 a month to continue inputting data. I think it should be made clear that this is a MUCH more expensive way than ordering new paper calendars from ccl. Frankly, not worth the money.
Be prepared to pay for using the app despite the fact that the play store says it it free. It is free for only a few months! I've used the ST method for years and was excited to try your app, hoping it would make charting even easier. Not only did I find it more frustrating than pen and paper due to it almost always showing us to be in phase 2 and not easily accepting my manual overrides, but now I can't record anything else unless I pay for a premium subscription. Nowhere in the app store description was there a mention of in-app purchases or needing to pay anything after 100 days in order to keep using the app. We are regular contributes to CCLI and find such underhanded tactics to be dishonest and disheartening.
A poorly designed UI, frequently changes the data you've previously entered (resulting in wild temperatures if you dont catch it), and spends ages failing to load and sync data between myself and my wife's app.
I love how convenient this tracking app is. It makes it so easy to wake up at the same time each day and record items. I also love e the different colors for the phases and the reminders that pop up for which phase you are in or approaching.
Postpartum Flaws I like this simple tracking app because it parallels the paper charts we started with. It doesn't seem to have postpartum settings though, which confuses the app's calculations.
Improves new temp slider when using Celsius. Improved layout of data entry screen for usability. Added charting support for postpartum and premenopause. Highlights the current date on the calendar and supports editing a date straight from the chart. Supports manual override of phase dates directly from the app. Other minor improvements and bug fixes.