Five apps spe­cially de­signed for women

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Whether you want to track your pe­riod, up your fit­ness lev­els or book some last-minute pam­per­ing, these apps have been spe­cially de­signed with women in mind. about your pe­riod and in­forms you when your pe­riod is due, and also records sex, pain, moods, cer­vi­cal fluid and birth con­trol pills.

Get to grips with the menopause and un­der­stand more about what your body is go­ing through with this cal­en­dar-based tool. Cre­ated by Ciara Po­likretis, along­side chief med­i­cal ad­vi­sor Dr Richard Buya­los (a Fel­low of the ACOG), this app aims to ed­u­cate women on the changes and al­lows users to track symp­toms, doc­u­ment what’s hap­pen­ing, and keep on top of weight and blood pres­sure changes.

If you use the con­tra­cep­tive pill, you’ll no doubt be fa­mil­iar with that feel­ing of dread if you’ve for­got­ten to take your daily dose, but myPill® aims to be a con­tra­cep­tion game-changer to help you keep track of your med­i­ca­tion. The app re­minds you to take the pill – and even knows when you’re on a break. It also tracks your his­tory and any symp­toms you might have.

Whether you’re af­ter a man­i­cure or a mas­sage, Treatwell al­lows users to book their treat­ments day or night. The app has more than 12,000 sa­lons, spas, hair­dressers and mas­sage clin­ics across the UK and Ire­land and is the eas­i­est way to book a last-minute spray tan whether you’re at home or some­where new.

Work­out for Women claims you can ap­par­ently burn fat and lose weight by do­ing their ex­er­cises just seven min­utes a day, so see if this pro­gramme works for you with these car­dio and body weight work­outs aimed at women. It’s begin­ner-friendly, plus you don’t need a gym to get started.

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