Get Pregnant with the Android & iPhone!

Fertility Calendar Android & iOS apps

Are you suffering from baby fever? Did your cousin’s adorable toddler almost kill you with cuteness over the holidays? Got a smartphone?

All kidding aside, if you’ve decided to conceive and you’re ready to become a parent, there are a slew of baby-making assistant apps available for the Android, iOS devices, and the web. For some couples, starting a family is as easy as… let us rephrase that. For some couples, beginning a family takes a concerted effort, detailed scheduling, modified diets/behaviors, rigorous testing. It can be crazy.

Sure, you could take the time to manually input this info into Excel, or you could just use a mobile app to quickly do the job for you. That’s what we thought!

Woman Calendar Baby iPhone app

Woman Calendar for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

We’re not accustomed to discussing cycles; ovaries, periods or really, any body parts whatsoever on the Tech Sense channel. But, this app is definitely worth the trouble. Woman Calendar, described by it’s developers as a “Fertility Awareness tool”, pulls out all the stops; visual graphs, BBT charts (basal body temperature), and notes.

Think of this app like a digital calendar on powerful steroids.

This app also offers users a handful of great features like the option to backup data, print, export to mail, or CSV files, all through clean intuitive design, all cleverly organized.

We liked the ability the quickly view color-coded calendars signifying the type of day such as “fertile” “safe” and “ovulation”. It’s a robust app with the high sticker price of around $10.00.

Woman Calendar is available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

WomanLog Pro for Android

Woman Calendar Baby Android App

WomanLog Pro Calendar can assist users in documenting and tracking menstrual cycles, BMT, weight and uses an easy-to-read color-coded fertility calendar.

Similar to Woman Calendar, this app is seriously detailed and helps you record things like cervical mucus, by date. We’ll take this opportunity to mention the password protection feature at this time.

The user interface is groovy! Users can choose from multiple flavors, colors and designs within the app, while monitoring their daily mucus on charts and graphs. WomanLog Pro Calendar is a win, and it’s available for about $3 in the Android Market.

WomanLog Pro Calendar is available for Android.

The Bottom Line
Penning your ovulation schedule and marking your “special visitor” on paper is so 2007. Man up ladies, whip out that gadget and sync up.

About The Author

Brodie Beta
Brodie Beta is a tech blogger, podcaster and self-proclaimed geek with a passion for gadgets, social media, mobile applications and anything related to the web. She has written columns for well-known technology sites including The Next Web, her personal website Geeklish , and a national newspaper in Canada, the Globe and Mail. Brodie is also the co-founder of Drink Social Media , an agency based in Toronto. You can also connect with Brodie on Facebook ("LIKE" her social media page!) and Twitter!

11 Responses to Get Pregnant with the Android & iPhone!

  1. amanda says:

    Why would you put a story like this on a site kids go to. It may be “parents” club, but lets be real kids come too.

  2. Tia says:

    I wondered too… how is this appropriate really?

    I’ve been a member at an over 18s only fertility website for eons and went through treatments to get our children but am well aware that early teens sometimes think it would be a good thing to have a baby. If even one child goes from here, a child oriented site to a fertility awareness site it would be a bad thing.

  3. candycanegramma says:

    I agree with previous comment. Not appropriate for site easily available to children.

  4. KinzMom says:

    I have to agree with the above comments. With all of the teen pregnancy shows on TV these days and some girls wanting to be like the teen Moms on TV, not an article for a site that kids go on. Articles like this should not be on this site at all. My daughters looks at the Parents Club too. Not something I want 12 and 13 year olds reading.

  5. Catchfire says:

    I agree with the others. This is not an appropriate site for this subject.
    Especially since kid’s know that if they come on here they can earn/win prizes. You should stick with crafts, recipes, activities, party advice and other things that you’ve already had on this site. Besides a lot of kids that come on here probably don’t even know exactly where babies come from. Let’s try to keep them in the dark as long as possible. It’s much better that the think the stork brought them for as long as possible. And if they don’t believe in the stork anymore then let’s at least not give them a guide.
    As a Webkinz Aunt I personally also request that you please remove this article.
    Thank you
    Catch fire

  6. Linda says:

    I disagree. First, this site is clearly labeled for parents, not for kids. Second, although it is easily accessed by kids, so is facebook, youtube and so many other sites that I don’t allow my daughter to wonder around on alone. Third, do you really think that this is a cause of teen pregnancy? I think the kids know how to search the topic better than we do. If a child is trying to get pregnant, they will find the information. I think that almost every other parent web site has hit on the topic. I also think that most kids (not looking for the subject) will just skip over the subject and not give it another thought.
    I for one found the article interesting. I wish they had this app available during the 7 years it took me to conceive.
    Thank you

  7. Momica says:

    The app is strictly informational, and accurate too I might add. We used this for years to NOT get pregnant until we were ready.

  8. kamarak says:

    I agree with everyone else. This article is too innappropriate to be on a website that kids go on all the time.

  9. xoingtoby says:

    Wow! I think this is totally great! We are parents and this is informative and incredibly useful. It’s “ParentClub”. If you are monitoring your children, like you should be then getting on this site accidentally is not an issue. Even if my teen daughter saw it, I wouldn’t be upset. It’s good for young-budding women to understand this information and helps them to better prepare for NOT getting pregnant as much as it is for getting pregnant. I’m thumbs-upping this article, Ganz! Don’t let a few comments intimidate you into putting less useful information on this site!