iami, Florida – Dynadel today is pleased to announce the release and immediate availability of Ovulation Calendar 1.0, a new version of the original “Ovulation Calendar” for iPhone and iPod touch, now with full support for the iPad. The Ovulation Calendar application, renamed “Days” for the iPad version, helps you determine your fertile days of the month, so you can either achieve or avoid pregnancy. It also maintains a list of your symptoms during the cycle, your BBT chart and your weight chart among other features.
The calendar is based on the date of your periods to predict future ovulations and menstrual cycles. Using the Shettles methods it can help you get pregnant and even estimate the gender of your baby. It could also be used to mark the days you should abstain from intercourse to avoid an unwanted pregnancy.
* Password protection
* Consistency checking
* Auto filling for missing periods
* Cervical Fluid tracking
* Ovulation day computation
* BBT charting
* Weight charting
* Optimized predictions engine
* Exportable reports
* Gender prediction
This version was redesigned to completely accommodate the ample screen of the iPad. With a very nice design, two different modes of use and a slew of new features and improvements included, this version goes even farther in what it delivers to the final user. A remarkable addition is the new prediction engine, more precise and faster and the new consistency checking algorithm that will prevent and help you add missing periods from previous months.
* Compatible with iPad
* Requires iPhone OS 3.2 or later
* 3.3 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Days (Ovulation Calendar) 1.0 is $4.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Healthcare & Fitness category.
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