Birth Control Pill Reminder is a reliable and easy to use oral contraceptive app that helps you to take your birth control pill everyday. Must have contraception app for every woman who forgets to take her birth control pill.
Birth control pill reminder is compatible with all birth control pill types. You can set your own oral contraceptive taking plan with custom number of birth control pills per packet: 21/7, 24/4, 28/0, 84/7, or any other. You can also add placebo (non active) pill reminder during your period or automatically pause contraception reminder on break days.
If you want, birth control reminder app will repeat to remind you at regular intervals until you've taken your birth control pill. App also will remind you the day when you should to buy new oral contraceptive. You can customize your reminder message to hide the true meaning from other people when getting notified. Birth control pill reminder doesn't need to be running in order to receive notifications and no internet connection is needed too.
Moreover, birth control pill reminder app has allow you to add and manage any contraceptives and other pills, medications, vitamins or whatever you need. Just add this information to your schedule, receive daily notifications and take your meds.
Contraceptive pill reminder app is designed to give you the best tools, that would match your personal needs and would make your life much more easier. App makes sure you'll never miss any oral contraceptive or other pills ever again. From now you can truly be free of worries.
Birth control reminder app free features include:
- Contraceptive pill reminder
- Detailed log of all of your oral contraceptive
- Different backgrounds and color schemes
Surprise! Just now as a gift along with the downloading this birth control reminder app you are getting a free trial 14 days access to all of premium features including ovulation days and period reminder. Just try to see how easy and useful it is.
Please note that birth control pill reminder app is not intended to be medical advice. You need to consult your physician if you're having some issues.