50 reviews
Content rating
Everyone 10+
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About this app

Euki is the first app of its kind to offer:

*Comprehensive sexual and reproductive health information:
Euki is for anyone who wants accurate, unbiased information about sex and reproductive health. It has everything you need to know about sexuality, abortion, miscarriage, contraception, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and more from sources you can trust.

*A supportive, inclusive, and customizable interface:
Euki makes no assumptions or judgments about who you are and what you need.
- Had unprotected sex and want to prevent pregnancy? Euki can help you understand what you need to know about emergency contraception.
- Pregnant and don’t want to be? Euki has unbiased, shame-free information about abortion.
- Want to keep track of your sex life? Euki can track that in the daily log.
- Need help understanding the difference between sex and gender? Euki has information to help you define your sexuality on your terms. Euki can also connect you to LGBTQ support and advocacy groups.
- Have an irregular period? Track it in the calendar without worrying about the app sending you alerts that aren’t relevant.
- That’s just the start! Euki also lets you customize the information you want to see, and bookmark your favorite content so you can come back to it later.

*Privacy and security:
Euki is not like other health tracking apps—your data is yours. Euki is designed to ensure that no one else has access to the information you log, search for, or view. You don’t even have to provide any personal information to use the app. What you enter in the app lives ONLY on your phone, not in the cloud. You can also set a PIN to make the app more private, enter a combination to display a fake screen, and even set Euki to delete your data whenever you want.

- Use fun icons to track bleeding, emotions, body changes, sex, contraception, and appointments.
- Track when you take pregnancy or STI tests and what the results are.
- See patterns in your menstrual cycle or body changes that happen around your period.
- Write notes to share with a health care provider at your next appointment.

- Set one-time or repeated reminders for all of your sexual health needs, like taking pills, taking a pregnancy test, or anything else.
- Receive discrete reminders so that no one will know the details of your personal life if you don’t want them to.

- Learn about medication and surgical abortion, the different settings for abortion care, or how to find a clinic you can trust.
- Prepare for a clinic appointment, including what questions to ask a clinician and how to get financial support.
- Set reminders in the calendar to help you remember when to take your pills.
- Browse FAQs to answer any quick questions that you have and connect to trusted resources for more information.
- Read stories from other people who’ve had abortions and miscarriages.

- Decide what matters most to you about contraception—like how often to take it or how to start or stop using it.
- Learn about options that meet your needs through an interactive quiz.
- Connect to detailed information about methods that interest you most.
- Learn where and how you access your method of choice.

- Scroll through easy-to-understand information on sex, gender, and sexual orientation.
- Lean about consent and where to turn if you need support.
- Connect to resources that can answer other questions you have about LGBTQ issues, sex, gender, and health.

If you discover any bugs or errors, please email us at partner@womenhelp.org.
Updated on
May 9, 2021

Data safety

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50 reviews
A Google user
February 28, 2020
It's really good. It's one of the few apps that still work if your periods are very infrequent/irregular, and it has features I have not seen anywhere else (e.g. tracking different barrier methods and how many period products you use). I have only two suggestions: I'd like to filter specific symptoms/event in the calendar (like headaches or spotting), not just broader categories like bleeding, and I'd like to see reminders in my notifications, not just when I open the app.
18 people found this review helpful
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Bracken Holroyd
June 26, 2022
This app is great for tracking periods and other body stuff, as well as great for sexual health education! I love that it's appropriate for all people who could become pregnant including trans folks, and that the info is only stored on my device so can't be shared. One thing I would love is if there was more freedom to edit the sub-categories and add different labels. Or if there was a 'period started today' button which can help remind you when your next period is due.
14 people found this review helpful
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CJ Willis
December 14, 2020
I was hoping to find an alternative to the apps that track things but also sell off information. This app still doesn't have what I was looking for. It doesn't have the predictive element for your cycles, and, just like all the others, it doesn't have an entry for miscarriages. Not really very helpful. If it was able to include those things, I'd be willing to try again.
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