BetterMe: Period Tracker

BetterMe: Period Tracker

By Genesis Technology Partners

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2019-01-04
  • Current IOS App Version: 2.0.11
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 56.03 MB
  • IOS App Developer: Genesis Technology Partners
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 305 IOS App Ratings


BetterMenstrual: Period Tracker is the period tracker app that uses science to help you discover the unique patterns in your menstrual cycle and support healthy habits. BetterMenstrual: Period Tracker lets you track your period, predict your ovulation, learn about your symptoms, moods, and more! Track your period and health cycles to keep all aspects of your health and fitness in check. Learn why you have symptoms and how to fix your period naturally. View your current and future period dates, ovulation and fertile days. Track your moods and symptoms to discover trends in your cycles. We take your privacy very seriously! Unlike many other women's health apps, we don't require your email address to sign up and we don't sell or share your personal health data. All proceeds come from your support. It's your Life and it should stay with you! Constructive criticism is always welcome. Our fitness, weight loss and diet specialists, as well as our developers, are working constantly to improve the user experience and cater to a wider range of our customers’ needs. Contact our client support via BetterMenstrual: Track Period is free to download. Ongoing use requires an active subscription, available on a weekly basis. Customers who choose a weekly subscription are eligible for a free 7-day trial period. All subscription plans offer unlimited access to every meditation course in exchange for a single payment. For your convenience, BetterMe subscriptions are set to automatically renew within the 24-hour period prior to the subscription end date. You can cancel your subscription at any moment in your iTunes account settings but refunds will not be provided for any unused portion of the terms. Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of 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. Read more about our Terms and Conditions here - Privacy Policy -



  • Not worth it

    By EllieR09
    15 dollars a week? There are free apps that do the same and have more options about your personal information.
  • Days are off

    By Calender off
    The 2019 calendar in the app is off by one day. August 1st started on a Thursday and the app says that it started on Friday. This needs to be fixed ASAP since it is tracking your period and you don’t want to think you are a day late when you aren’t going to be.
  • Can’t even use it

    By LGL in US
    I can’t even use the app because it only goes as far as the initial BetterMe screen. At first I thought it was an issue with my phone, but now I have the iPhone XS Max and I still can’t get further than that screen. It stays on that screen for a while and then it just closes.
  • has AMAZING potential but prices are absolutely appalling

    By jujuindistress
    i was going to give this 1 star but it gets 2 for beautiful design and smooth layout. however, this app is for people with normal periods and does not account for the fact that more people than you would think have a period longer than 10 days. i see that as a fixable issue that you could increase in an update. however, i strongly believe you should not have to pay to be able to view a calendar. if you still REALLY want that money consider this: it’s free to put in your cycle info and look at the calendar. pay to input symptoms and see advanced diagnostics. it’s almost laughably horrible that you can’t use this app without paying. FOR OTHER CONSUMERS READING: clue works amazingly for me and i’ve used it for a year now; getting ready to check out flo from seeing recommendations. unless you’re able and willing to spend 40$ every month this app isn’t it.
  • Didn't let me set my age.

    By DJ Leems
    I am 11 years old, turning 12. I did not have the 2007 year option, as it only goes up to 2004.
  • Deleted as soon as I downloaded it.

    By Mirii713
    One star because i had to tap a star. It looked really good. After downloading it and it wouldn’t even let me do anything with out setting up a payment. No thanks.
  • Not Worth It: High Price, Basic Content

    By Burrrittanie
    Simply put, this app just isn’t worth the astronomical price. It’s not even worth a third of what it costs. It’s a very basic app. The tracker is a simple calendar that lets you input start and finish dates, moods, symptoms, flow, and sexual activity, that’s it (besides a small notes section for whatever you desire to input). On top of that, when inputting your menstrual period information they limit your cycle to a max of 30 days (people with longer cycles cannot effectively use this). It also limits the days of menstruation to 10days. The “Be Better” section includes an area of four basic tips/facts in relation to menstrual health (things you can find for free on webmd, google, or better tracking apps out there). The section isn’t very inclusive with its graphics. It’s cis-genedered, heteronormative, and white washed. And that’s it. There is nothing else this app offers. There’s no input for birth control, temperature tracking, weight, mucus type, etc. It doesn’t have calendar reminders, forums, or anything else that can remotely justify the cost. There are much better apps out there for a fraction of the price. Honestly, there are free apps that offer more than this. Save yourself some money and look for anything else. It’s easy to find what this gives you, this app isn’t worth it.
  • Cash Cow Trying To Make Bank Off Of Woman’s Anatomy

    By BohoAnarchist2539
    We shouldn’t have to pay outrageous prices for a glorified calendar and web MD app that doesn’t cover the expanse of all women and their periods. The outrageous $10/week price is nothing but a money grab by devs off of the real need of Women reproductive health. It’s a shame. Am I saying it should be free? No, but it would be both gracious and wonderful. I wouldn’t mind it being a paid app, but $40 a month for something like this app provides far, FAR exceeds what this app is worth and isn’t worth it in my opinion. You’re better off taking the time and learning yourself and making a monthly calendar reminder in your phone and saving yourself $40 a month.
  • False 5 start Excellent review

    By KassyZ
    The first review at the very top is false. It is not free. $15/week to use it. Not to mention all the other bad reviews are practically hidden! So stupid.
  • Disappointed

    By Kaylaaaä
    I downloaded the app after I saw an ad for it. I put my information in but it wouldn’t let me put in my last cycle because it wasn’t within the range of days it offered for me to choose from, so I just chose a random date. Then it wouldn’t let me use the app without putting in my payment information after I already chose free trail. This app doesn’t work as advertised so I will just stick with Clue, my other period tracker app.