OvuView: Ovulation & Fertility

OvuView: Ovulation & Fertility


Period & fertility taken seriously:

OvuView tracks and predicts your period, ovulation and fertility, using sophisticated sympto-thermal methods (STM).

This app can be used both as an advanced birth control tool, or as a simple menstrual calendar, and help you to:

• maximize your chances of conceiving a baby/getting pregnant
• avoid pregnancy using natural methods (contraception),
• plan your next holiday with future menstruation and ovulation dates predicted,
• track weight, headache, appetite, PMS and other symptoms,
• replace sympto-thermal paper charts with a more convenient way of charting.

Based on your cycle symptoms (such as menses, basal body temperature, cervical mucus and/or cervix), OvuView automatically evaluates and charts your fertility using proven natural family planning (NFP) methods. In particular, 4 sympto-thermal (Billings, Rötzer, Konald/Kippley, Cautious), 5 mucus-only (5 Day Dry Up, Döring, 21/20 Days Rule, Last Dry Day, 4/5/6 Day Rule), 3 temperature-only (Marshall, 4HT, 5HT) and 2 calendar methods (Standard Days Method, Calendar Rythm Method) are implemented.

Key features include:

• 14 fertility awareness methods
• tracking many symptoms, taking notes
• calendar view
• advanced chart showing temperature and symptoms
• guiding hints
• educational tips and information about your menstrual cycle and your fertility signs
• cycle statistics
• automatic morning notification to record basal body temperature (BBT)
• data backup/restore
• data import from ‘My Days’, ‘WomanLog Calendar’ and ‘Fertility Friend’
• color themes
• demo mode (giving you a glimpse of what the app is capable of in the long run)

Pro features include:

• password protection
• 2 widgets (discrete + cycle wheel)
• multicolor symptoms
• cycle and method management
• emailing spreadsheet data and chart images for doctor review
• backup to email/dropbox
• user-defined custom symptoms
• notifications (menses, ovulation)
• temperature chart coverline
• fullscreen mode in chart
• pregnancy mode

We also have a discussion forum! If you have any questions check if there is an answer available at http://groups.google.com/group/ovuview. Should you have any further questions, suggestions and/or feedback, please do not hesitate to post a new discussion topic by sending email at [email protected]

Recent changes:
v3.5.4:
- fixed calendar font size
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About OvuView: Ovulation & Fertility
Period & fertility taken seriously:

OvuView tracks and predicts your period, ovulation and fertility, using sophisticated sympto-thermal methods (STM).

This app can be used both as an advanced birth control tool, or as a simple menstrual calendar, and help you to:

• maximize your chances of conceiving a baby/getting pregnant
• avoid pregnancy using natural methods (contraception),
• plan your next holiday with future menstruation and ovulation dates predicted,
• track weight, headache, appetite, PMS and other symptoms,
• replace sympto-thermal paper charts with a more convenient way of charting.

Based on your cycle symptoms (such as menses, basal body temperature, cervical mucus and/or cervix), OvuView automatically evaluates and charts your fertility using proven natural family planning (NFP) methods. In particular, 4 sympto-thermal (Billings, Rötzer, Konald/Kippley, Cautious), 5 mucus-only (5 Day Dry Up, Döring, 21/20 Days Rule, Last Dry Day, 4/5/6 Day Rule), 3 temperature-only (Marshall, 4HT, 5HT) and 2 calendar methods (Standard Days Method, Calendar Rythm Method) are implemented.

Key features include:

• 14 fertility awareness methods
• tracking many symptoms, taking notes
• calendar view
• advanced chart showing temperature and symptoms
• guiding hints
• educational tips and information about your menstrual cycle and your fertility signs
• cycle statistics
• automatic morning notification to record basal body temperature (BBT)
• data backup/restore
• data import from ‘My Days’, ‘WomanLog Calendar’ and ‘Fertility Friend’
• color themes
• demo mode (giving you a glimpse of what the app is capable of in the long run)

Pro features include:

• password protection
• 2 widgets (discrete + cycle wheel)
• multicolor symptoms
• cycle and method management
• emailing spreadsheet data and chart images for doctor review
• backup to email/dropbox
• user-defined custom symptoms
• notifications (menses, ovulation)
• temperature chart coverline
• fullscreen mode in chart
• pregnancy mode

We also have a discussion forum! If you have any questions check if there is an answer available at http://groups.google.com/group/ovuview. Should you have any further questions, suggestions and/or feedback, please do not hesitate to post a new discussion topic by sending email at [email protected]

Recent changes:
v3.5.4:
- fixed calendar font size

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Saturday 12:11 AM
Can't live without it! The best tracking app. Easy to use and not overly feminine in design.
A Google User
Friday 1:40 PM
Not working properly I've been using this application since November 2014 and I've paid for the upgraded services but when I got a new phone, it didn't populate with the new data. The new phone doesn't have an SD slot. The info didn't load from the Google store even though I paid from there. I'm going to request a refund. I went from Samsung S4 to S6.
A Google User
4 days ago
Perfect I've been using this application for a few years now. This is the one application that I am sure to keep on any new phone I get.
A Google User
5 days ago
Charting help, PCOS I'm not understanding how to track my temperature, and am wondering how this app will work with someone who has PCOS. Any tips? Need help! I feel like a tutorial would be helpful, also can't change the temperature from Celsius to Fahrenheit.
A Google User
6 days ago
Super useful!!!
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