Yes. There is a conception app.
I don’t know about you but I love apps. I have the hispstamtic app for my phone which ensures that every photo I take looks amazing. In actual fact, I am an awful photographer but it has cool little lenses that make my photos look really sweet. And I’ve been told to sign up for instagram as well because it does a similar thing.
I have an app to keep track of my spending and one to make shopping lists on. It really does help me be a bit more organized.
Now while I haven’t ruled the option of another bub completely out just yet, it isn’t on the cards for a while. But next time round (IF there is a next time) I’m going to try this little app I read about in the newspaper on the weekend. Because the idea itself seems simply genius.
It’s called the “Period Tracker” and yes, it does exactly what you think it might do. It is designed track your cycle and tell you when you’re at your most fertile. For those couples trying to conceive, this app is probably a cheaper alternative to using ovulation testing kits, at least initially. (I know this from bitter experience because I have spent an absolute fortune on these testing kits in the past)
Whoever set this up really thought it through, because it lets you track all the symptoms of your cycle and create a back up report to show to your doctor as well.
That’s said, I think it’s probably the most useful for women with regular cycles. But if you are starting out with trying to conceive I think this app might be an excellent way to start. If anything I think it might be a fun distraction of some of the pressure that is sometimes associated with trying for a baby. And then after that I can try the Huggies app ;)
What kind of apps do you like?