Mother & Baby - - BUMP TO BIRTH -

COST: Free but it works along­side an oral ther­mome­ter called Wink, which re­tails for $129 (ap­prox­i­mately 8,700), and syncs au­to­mat­i­cally to the app. WHAT IT OF­FERS: Kindara uses the in­for­ma­tion gleaned from mon­i­tor­ing your basal body tem­per­a­ture and cer­vi­cal fluid. These give it the low­down on your body’s cur­rent hor­mone lev­els and pre­dicts the best time for con­cep­tion based on this data. USER-FRIENDLY: Re­view­ers laud that this app au­to­mat­i­cally syncs tem­per­a­ture with Wink for bet­ter Basal Body Tem­per­a­ture­friendly track­ing. Large num­bers of users found it sci­en­tific and easy to use but warn that it often takes mul­ti­ple cy­cles to un­der­stand its pat­terns. And users who for­get to trig­ger the Save but­ton, the app won’t take auto backup and not sync be­tween de­vices. But what won the pop­u­lar­ity vote were its brief se­ries of ar­ti­cles about how to follow the Fer­til­ity Aware­ness Method, briefly ed­u­cat­ing users about ev­ery­thing they needed to know, com­pared to all the masses of lit­er­a­ture out there on the sub­ject. USER RE­VIEW STATS: 4.1/5

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