Flo Period Tracker. Ovulation

Flo Period Tracker. Ovulation


  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2015-10-03
  • Current Version: 6.9
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 212.00 MB
  • Developer: FLO HEALTH, INC.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
Score: 4.77564
From 732,459 Ratings


Discover the most popular female health & well-being guide chosen by 140M women, co-created with 80+ leading health & medical experts, and acclaimed medical institutions. • Partner of the United Nations Population Fund in the area of reproductive health • 80+ doctors and health experts are part of the Flo Medical Board • Thousands of women log pregnancies every day on Flo • App of the Day in the AppStore in over 30 countries • Best Fertility App 2020, Healthline No matter your life stage or reproductive goal, personalize Flo to make it unique and relevant for you. Based on advanced AI technology Flo helps you to monitor your cycle, fertility, or pregnancy accurately. As a one-stop solution for all things female health and well-being, you can track all-in-one: period start date and length, fertile window, peak ovulation days, PMS symptoms, flow intensity, birth control, water intake, sleep and step counter, and much more. Follow your baby’s growth weekly during pregnancy. CYCLE & PERIOD TRACKER Your cycle is so much more than your period. Every woman experiences different symptoms, mood swings, and energy levels each cycle phase. Together with a team of 80+ health experts, Flo helps you to understand your body better. Explore accurate cycle predictions and tips on how to benefit from your cycle phase and hormone levels for clearer skin, better workouts, and more energy. OVULATION CALCULATOR & PREGNANCY CALENDAR Discover a personal journey to motherhood with Flo. Get pregnant as soon as naturally possible for you by identifying your most fertile days, and receiving tailored insights. Flo’s pregnancy mode gives you access to beautiful images to follow your baby’s growth weekly. Calculate your due date, set a countdown, and learn the essentials of newborn care. LIFESTYLE & FITNESS TRACKER Log 70+ symptoms and activities to get the most precise AI-based overview of your body’s patterns. Keep a diary of your weight, water intake, physical activity, sex drive, moods, and PMS symptoms to monitor changes and receive accurate predictions. Get access to an entire health & well-being multimedia content library with articles, videos and surveys co-created with 80+ experts. REMINDERS Schedule reminders of your period approaching, start and end date, your ovulation day, and personalize Flo to get notifications about weight, sleep, water intake, step goal, and birth control. HEALTH REPORT & ASSISTANT Get access to your monthly health report with personalized cycle graphs, and indications of your body’s patterns. A virtual health dialog will provide proactive information based on your unique profile and symptoms. SECRET CHATS Safely discuss intimate topics, ask questions anonymously and get support from one of the largest female communities worldwide. Flo uses HealthKit to export your Flo activities into the Health app and to read menstrual cycle data. SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION Flo offers a subscription plan that gives you a more personalized experience and unlimited access to the entire health & well-being multimedia content library • Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase • Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period • Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal • Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase • Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable For more information please visit the link https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202039 Privacy Policy: https://flo.health/privacy-policy Terms of Use: https://flo.health/terms-of-use Download this period diary and join millions of women who trust their cycles to Flo support@owhealth.com



  • Alright...I'm done.

    By minecraftbee
    I've used Flo for around 3 years now, and I can't say I'm a huge fan anymore. I'm really tired of the notifications. I had them turned on because I like, y'know, being reminded of when my period is going to start, but I keep getting notifications 1-2 times a day that tend to be kind of embarrassing. They usually tend to be about how hormones are your friend and things like that, but I got one earlier that was: "Become an expert on what makes for a good orgasm in 50 minutes!" I'm gonna be honest, I'm really not thinking about my reproductive parts and my insides all day, so notifications like these just feel weird if I get it while making breakfast or something. I JUST want to know when my period is going to start. I've contacted support a while ago, and the only solution the gave me was to turn off all notifications through apple settings. I've played with the settings in the app to turn these off, but you literally can't. It's all or nothing, and it's pretty embarrassing when a Flo notification comes up when I'm showing someone something on my phone...
  • Hi

    By leah .b
    I have tried a whole lot of different Period apps and this one is my favorite.
  • I used to love this app

    By nichole<3
    I used to love this app until it started sending me so many dang notifications that I can’t turn off! I don’t care about the blogs. Please just notify me about my period. 🙄
  • Amazing

    By Emmalee2001
    I’ve had this app for over 2 years and the app is only off by a couple days sometimes! I absolutely love this app and will never change to a different app
  • Cost Money

    By It was taken so Yeah
    This app is not free for iPhone users. It tracks 2 predictions, then you have to pay.
  • Not accurate

    By X-ary-x
    Everyone raves about this app so I got it. It wasn’t accurate in determining my period because it was using the average time between a women’s period. Not the average time between MY periods. I got the “Clue” app instead. It’s much more accurate.
  • It good app but…

    By Lolheyheybye
    I love using this app for keeping track of my periods, water intake, etc. You can keep notes on days where you want to remember about that day for the doctor to know or what happen on that day. It is really helpful to have when you want to keep track of everything on one app plus it have information about problems or tips from other women for different problems and situations at hand. I use this app after I starting seeing the doctor for medical reason to make sure I doing well while under the pill. It help when going to the doctor to tell her information that the doctor needed to know and question I might have about a day I have where it was not normal. The only problem I really have with it is I forget to log in to the app, I would love it if there a widget for the app where I can just go to the widget and input my log for the day without going into the app. I don’t mind going on the app but I think it will be more handing if I have a widget for logging in and then go on the app for other things that I need to do on the app.
  • Wish there was an option for birth control tracking

    By otome lvr xddd
    I love this app, I’ve used it for almost 4 years! It’s always predicted my period pretty much perfectly and I like that I can track my common symptoms for pms and during ovulation. The only thing I wish it had was an option to track when you start different birth control methods, since it definitely changes my cycle. I’d love to be able to track my symptoms and when I’m using which birth control.
  • It’s ok

    By Vincent(ask.for.pronouns)
    It’s a good app, don’t get me wrong. You can log you symptoms, your activities, you can edit your period dates, and there are insights to help as well. I’m giving this a 3 star review for two main reasons: First, when I first got this it was mostly free to get useful insights; but now you have to pay for about 98% of it. A lot of people do not have the money; especially young teens. These insights are useful, but it is not completely convenient. Secondly, now this is a huge reason for me and so many others, the fact that it is made like women are the only human beings that get periods. I am a trans man. I get periods- and I need to track them. Non-binary people get periods- and they need to track them. And to top that off not all women get periods. That includes infertile uterus-having people; and trans women. Seeing it be so womanized and normalized to be so exclusive hurts. It triggers dysphoria and makes people’s day a whole lot worse. When we have our periods, we are more vulnerable to words- and words hurt as is. Especially misgendering words for the trans community as a whole. I hate to pull this; but it’s 2021. We need to be more inclusive and thoughtful. I hope this gets handled correctly; I do not care for the insights part, but what I do care about is getting misgendered and ‘safe spaces’ not being inclusive. To conclude, apps that are designed to track periods or similar topics like pregnancy, are meant to be safe spaces. When you exclude who you made the app for; it hurts rather than helps.
  • I love it!

    By Faithy💃🏾
    As a young woman who is still learning so much about my body this app is so helpful. This stuff was never explained to me at home this in depth or at school. I love the little health assistant btw. Not to mention the family feel. I get to talk with other people going through the same things as me. I can get tips or give tips. I know I’m rambling now but with reproductive health ‘taught’ the way it is these days, I would recommend for anyone wanting to know more about their period, cramps, hormones, ovulation period, etc. I mean literally this stuff listed above is included in the free version so you got nothing to lose🤷🏽‍♀️ (It can also print a report for your doctor of everything you’ve logged in which can be really helpful when looking into pain, or certain symptoms of underlying health issues masked by a period, etc.)