My Days: Written iPhone App Review
Developed by Christian Albert Mueller, My Days—Period and Ovulation Tracker is an app that helps women easily track their monthly cycle for free. My Days features color-coded calendars to keep users informed of the status of their fertility throughout the month, and this app allows users to customize the predicted schedule so that it best reflects their personal cycle patterns.
My Days—Period and Ovulation Tracker does exactly what its name suggests: This app tracks the complete cycle of each user. Featuring a color-coded calendar, My Days shows each woman when all the important sections of her cycle should fall within the typical 28-day schedule; periods of high fertility and the luteal phase are all clearly marked within the app. Additionally, My Days users are able to keep this period tracker extremely personalized. The ability to write notes, record whether or not you’ve taken your birth control pills, and notate your moods throughout the month are all among the features of My Days. While the app will automatically create a calendar with the predicated date of your next period based off of the date of your last one, inputting additional information such as daily body weight and temperature can also be done in order to increase the likelihood of predicting dates of fertility. If desired, My Days can be password protected in order to provide complete user privacy.
Appearance and Layout:
This app’s layout is entirely practical, a fact that makes sense since the app itself is designed for practical purposes. A calendar layout is the basic home screen in My Days, and other features can be readily accessed through icons featured after the end days of the month. User preferences are easy to access and alter, and recording all relevant information can be easily done through selecting any day in the calendar month. However, I did feel that the My Days layout was not made to be as aesthetically pleasing as it could have been. The default grayish background seemed to be a bit drabber than ideal, and while this default setting can be changed to other colors if desired, even the available shades of these other colors seemed somewhat subdued. Perhaps brighter shades could have been used to make My Days to be a more cheery app. At the same time, however, the coloring of the app certainly does not negatively affect its usability, and as a whole, My Days’ layout is still wonderfully easy to maneuver.
My Days is free app, and therefore even though it may not be the most visually pleasing app, its value is probably still a worth its memory space on any chosen iOS device. My Days does what it promises to do; it provides an easy way for women to track their fertility and to make plans accordingly.
My Days iPhone app requires iOS 5.0 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. A small expedite fee was paid to speed up the publication of this review.
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