iPeriod (Period Calendar)

iPeriod (Period Calendar)$1.99 from Winkpass Creations iPeriod (Period Calendar)

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“…a simple yet ingenious application” – POPULAR SCIENCE

“…stores more information and offers colorful icons…” – WASHINGTON POST

Newest Feature: Day of Cycle now appears below calendar. Just touch any calendar day, and see day of cycle and any notes you have recorded below the calendar.

To go to notes screen:
Double tap a date OR tap the date and then tap the note at bottom of calendar screen.

♥ iPeriod’s visual calendar makes it easy for you to view your period cycles at a glance… complete with emoticons, icons symbolizing cramps, love connections, notes, spotting, period days and flow, expected periods, fertile days, ovulation, and your personalized symptoms!

Are you a busy woman? Let iPeriod keep track! A must have for all menstruating women!

Great for doctor’s appointments, event planning and estimating when to leave the house prepared!

Browse the App Store and you will find that apps with similar features are priced at $9.99.

♥ User-defined icons allow you to track personalized symptoms
♥ Discreet icon name “iP”
♥ Predicts your future 12 periods
♥ Predicts ovulation and fertility (or turn this feature off in settings)
♥ Calculates averages
♥ Alerts you when your period is expected or late!
♥ Records symptoms as often as every day (flow, cramps, mood, spotting and love connections)
♥ 4 user-defined icons labeled as you choose (headaches, fatigue, bloating, etc.)
♥ Records custom notes associated with your period (PMS, weight, energy levels, etc.)
♥ Emails your period data for backups
♥ Calendar view
♥ Password protection
♥ Turn calendar symptom icons off if you don’t want symptoms to be visible on calendar
♥ Remembers your last period dates so that you don’t have to!
♥ You can set cycles longer than a given length to be ignored in statistics (useful for pregnancy)

Enter in the first day and last day of your period for at least two consecutive cycles, and iPeriod calculates your average duration, cycle length and estimates the dates of your next expected periods, fertile days and ovulation! Each time new data is entered, statistics are updated.

+ It’s simple! Just touch the “plus sign” in the upper right corner to add new periods!

We will be adding a link to a legend screen in version 2.6. For now, please visit our website to view an explanation of the calendar icons.
Light green day = fertile day
Dark green day = day of predicted ovulation
Light/Medium/Dark pink day = period day
Faded pink round dot = expected period day

Since iPeriod’s debut in September 2008, it has been tailored to our customer’s needs and wishes. Thank you for the valuable feedback!

iPeriod assumes a luteal phase length of 14 days, which is the average for most women.

You may modify the luteal phase length in the settings screen.

The timing of ovuation is complex and requires studying the individual woman’s body and cycles. iPeriod’s ovulation prediction is based on averages and is meant to be used as an estimate only.

Do not rely on iPeriod to prevent pregnancy.


Thanks for all the great suggestions that have helped to create this latest version. Please keep the feedback coming, and send us an email if you have any questions. Thank you!

Be sure to check out Illness Tracker (Health Calendar) – track illness for your entire family!

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