Seven Apps Every Woman Needs

Tech hasn’t always been so female-friendly. When Apple released its health app in the autumn of 2014, you could track pretty much anything health related but not follow and track your period.

Apple has since addressed this by adding a Reproductive Health section within the newer updates of the app, Fast forward four years and a new wave of entrepreneurs with a tide of new apps are changing that. women’s appswomen’s apps

From contraception to workouts and even a mani/pedi.  Here are our Greenwichmums favourites. women’s apps

CHECK YOURSELF! – ios and Android. Learn how to do a self-breast check with CHECK YOURSELF! Early detection is the key and knowing what is “normal” for your body is an integral part of that. The Check Yourself! App was developed to do just that: help young women all over the world to develop a healthy life-long relationship with their bodies. By checking yourself once a month, you can detect abnormalities at the first sign of change.

Circle of 6 – on ios and Andriod. Protect yourself using Circle of 6. Circle of 6 is for everyone. It’s fast, easy-to-use and private. Initially designed for college students to prevent sexual violence. It’s also handy for teenagers, parents, friends, or all communities seeking to foster healthy relationships and safety. Need help getting home? Need an interruption? Two taps lets your circle know where you are and how they can help. Circle of 6 apps for iPhone and Android makes it quick and easy to reach the six people you choose.

Clementineon ios.  Once Clementine has helped you to relax, their recordings tap into your subconscious thoughts – suggesting new ways to deal with ever day niggles as well as bigger, more difficult situations. You kick back and let them work the magic.

Clue – on ios and Andriod. Track your period and understand your reproductive health with Clue. Clue already predicts your period, ovulation, and PMS, but what if you could see into the future for everything you track during your cycle—from cramps to chocolate cravings, to feeling energetic, to good hair days? Their newest feature, Forecast, allows you to know what’s coming and when.

Maven – on ios.  Get a quick medical opinion with Maven. Maven believes that healthcare is a necessity, not a luxury. And that access to high-quality healthcare is critical to improving women’s lives. We are not just a digital clinic. We’re a home that opens its doors to all women. A friend who meets you where you are, even when you’re too broke, busy, or overwhelmed to schlep anywhere.

myPillon ios Remember to take your birth control with myPill. It reminds you to use your contraception at the desired time every day, stopping reminders automatically on the seven days break and rescheduling automatically when the next pack starts. You can use it to plan your schedule a half year forward by swiping your finger over a pack to see the following pack dates – this way you can quickly tell when your period starts and plan trips and events accordingly.

Treatwell – on ios and Andriod.  Starting back in 2008 in London around a dining room table. Since then Treatwell has been on a mission to inspire people to express their beauty in every way. We believe there is a better way to find and book your hair and beauty services. More choice and the confidence to try new things. We want to make booking beauty, styling and wellness appointments simple, effortless and fast – around the clock. It’s beauty to the people, no matter what you choose.

women’s apps