drip. menstrual cycle and fertility tracking

94 reviews
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About this app

Menstrual cycle tracking can help you understand your body symptoms and gives you insights into your menstrual health. Use drip for tracking your menstrual cycle and for fertility awareness. Unlike other menstrual cycle tracking apps, drip is open-source and leaves your data on your phone, meaning you are in control.

Key Features
• Track your bleeding, fertility, sex, mood, pain, and more if you want
• Graphs to analyse cycles and period duration as well as other symptoms
• Get notified about your next period and required temperature measurements
• Easily import, export and password protect your data

What makes drip special
• Your data, your choice Everything stays on your device
• Not another cute, pink app drip is designed with gender inclusivity in mind
• Your body is not a black box drip is transparent in its calculations and encourages you to think for yourself
• Based on science drip detects your fertility using the sympto-thermal method
• Track what you like Your period only or fertility symptoms, and more
• Open source Contribute to the code, the documentation, translations and get involved with the community
• Non-commercial drip doesn’t sell your data, no ads

• All the condriputors!
• The Prototype Fund
• The Feminist Tech Fellowship
• The Mozilla Foundation
• Coconut icecream
Updated on
Feb 28, 2021

Data safety

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94 reviews
Kate L
May 12, 2022
I really wanted to like this, given the current panic over menstrual info and privacy, but it's not for me. With no way to remove certain trackers, it's not worth it for me; I have no interest in my fertility, so that's three trackers I don't need. Overall there's just not enough customization available, so the only pro to this over other period trackers is the fact that it's open source and private. Also, my import of a CSV file (generated by OvuView) didn't actually import any data, and the save button for trackers (I'm assuming that's what it says) is three-quarters of the way off the right side of the screen for some reason.
15 people found this review helpful
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Amber Joy
May 20, 2022
I like the locally-stored data, and open-source is always great, but I really just can't get fully on board with this app until Fahrenheit is supported for BBT. It's just as easy for me to use a paper calendar for tracking my other data until that's available. And it sounds like that functionality is not going to be addressed right now since iOS development is being prioritized. :( Unlikely, but maybe I'll try to find some time to fork the repo and get something working for Fahrenheit on my own...
16 people found this review helpful
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Jennyfer Lopez
September 16, 2021
Great app, I love that it is not data mining and it's not bloated with unneeded features & ads. However, there are a few basic features & functions that would improve the app: being able to go back to your previous location on the calendar after clicking on a date (instead of to the dashboard), a separate section for contraceptives (ability to add a reminder to input that would be a bonus), fertility/odds of getting pregnant indicated on the calendar, & ability to log temperature in farenheit.
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What's new

· Temperature range is now between 35 - 39°C and its default values are now set to 35.5 - 37.5°C
· Blocks invalid input of temperature value
· Error message for incorrect password on login screen
· Phase text on home screen for last fertile day
· Styling improvements