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Not to be too crude, but some may find it shocking that a woman’s internal cycle is not the only type of regular timed occurrence present in the human body. These cyclical motions don’t only apply to women either, because they can effect many different aspects of the human experience, including one’s physical, psychological, and intellectual characteristics. Far fetched as it may seem, there is solid science to back up these assertions, and thus the Humanist Plus software was born.
The main concept behind this tool is to find out key pieces of information about your significant other, professional collegues and even friends, so that you can synchronize and schedule events so that everyone can help get the best out of each other. If you are skeptical about this kind of application, now is the perfect time to make the plunge, because it is now completely free. Give it a glimpse and see if helps lead to a better life.
Released: 2011-03-30 :: Category: Productivity
Ladies, we all know that periods can be an enormous hassle if you’re not keeping track—but then, keeping track is a hassle in itself. Period Tracker aims to make planning for your period much simpler, with a free menstrual calendar app that not only lets you track your period, but will also predict your next one.
The app includes a bevy of features, but simplicity is the rule. Inputting your “data” requires as much complexity as you want. When your period starts, you tap a single button; then, if you feel like it, you can add more information each day. The app can track everything from your symptoms (headaches? nausea? bloated?) to your mood. A freeform Notes box lets you record extra information as well. It also calculates how long it expects your period to be, and will predict when your next one will start.
And if you’re tracking your period out of more than curiosity, and are instead trying to get pregnant, Period Tracker also calculates when you’re likely to be ovulating or “fertile.” You can also note on which days you and your partner have been intimate, if that’s your goal.
Oh, and Period Tracker can be discreet, too—no obvious icon, and the option to password protect the app. Ve-ry nice. If you want to export the data, however (say for your next visit to the doctor) the app will allow you to send out your data via email.
So, if you’re a woman in search for a way to track your menstrual schedule, check out Period Tracker. It comes in both paid and free flavors, but the free version has all of the functionality described.