Period Tracker App - Eve

Period Tracker App - Eve

By Glow

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2015-07-30
  • Current Version: 2.12.2
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 96.60 MB
  • Developer: Glow
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 60,560 Reviews)
  • Price:
Period Tracker App - Eve App Ratings: 4.5
From 60,560 Reviews

Period Tracker App - Eve App Description

Eve by Glow is a savvy period tracker and sex app for women who want to take control of their health and sex lives. Eve predicts your next period and your chances of pregnancy. Track your moods and symptoms to discover trends in your cycles. Take daily sex quizzes to become a sexpert. Own your cycle and feel good in bed. Get it, girl. SEX & HEALTH TRENDS UNLOCKED + Log to keep track of sex, moods & symptoms. + Quick, elegant logging at any time of day or night. + See your health data visualized in beautiful charts. + Identify trends and patterns unique to your body. + Compatible with the Health App for tracking Sleep, Steps, Walking+Running, Height, Weight, Date of Birth, Water, and of course, menstrual health (Menstruation, Sexual Activity, Spotting, BBT, Cervical Mucus). INTERACTIVE PERIOD & CYCLE TRACKING + Fastest and easiest way to to track your period. + Interactive staircase helps you see your cycle history in a whole new way. + Forecast your ovulation and upcoming period with period tracker predictions that get smarter over time. + Review past periods, menstrual cycles and ovulation dates to better understand your cycle & fertility. + Calendar views on period tracker show your next fertile window, ovulation day, upcoming period. EPIC COMMUNITY + Community provides an extended friend group for discussing sex & health. + Trusted information about birth control & sex, powered by Bedsider. + Ask the community anything--nothing is off limits. + Learn from other women who have been there before. SUBSCRIPTION PRICING & TERMS Eve by Glow is free to download and use. Should you choose to upgrade to Premium, you will unlock the following features: Comparative Insights - “Is this normal?” Compare with millions of women. Premium Content - Your next level sexual health savvy. Private Messaging - It’s like passing notes, but better. Custom Profile - Stand out from the rest. Premium Support - No more lines for you. With Premium, you jump the queue! SUBSCRIPTION AND PRICING TERMS $7.99 for month-to-month $47.99 for 1 year after 14 day free trial ($3.99/month) $59.99 for lifetime (subscription works across all Glow company apps!) PLEASE NOTE The Eve app is free to download, and all users can access a wide variety of articles per month, from any section. Subscribers get full access to the premium Glow experience across all 4 of our apps, including Eve, with a monthly or yearly subscription. You can try the Eve Premium Experience for free for 14 days. You will be automatically charged 24-hours before the end of your trial period unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the free trial period. Your payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. Your subscription will automatically renew each month or year 24-hours before the end of the current period, and your credit card will be charged through your iTunes account unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription to that publication, where applicable. For full Privacy Policy and our Terms of Service: CONNECT WITH US Web - Facebook - Twitter - @EveByGlow Instagram - @EveByGlow Pinterest - @GlowHQ If you are having technical issues or have any questions about your cycle or period, we're here to help. Please send us an email to:

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App Reviews

  • LOVEEEEE this app.

    By _____moniq
    My favorite app on my phone! I be on EVE more then anything else on my phone. The different groups on here are so entertaining. I be having full conversations with women I’ve never met nor probably will ever meet, going through daily life things good or bad just like me. Wish I could give it 10 stars!
  • Rating

    By rosey bye
    Great app love it
  • do not go to the community

    By GLAZE97
    wow. for an app supposed to be a safe place for women i have been frequently met with rude, cold, and harsh women who act like they are helping but are only passing judgment. there have been certain users before that literally seem to ALWAYS comment on my things their rude judgmental crap and i can’t even delete their comments or block them! i’ve tried reporting but that doesn’t work. as of today i’m deleting this app because the community aspect completely ruined it for me.
  • Mission accomplished: no more destroyed undies

    By REH sunshine
    Great for keeping track and knowing when to expect your period. I was tired of underwear being ruined. (Especially since I’m a cup user) Overall, app is pretty great. However, the discussion boards within seem to boast a majority of minors. Knowledge is power, but it’d be nice to have age groups.
  • It’s an ok app

    By anonymous?2
    It’s an ok app! It just always predicts my start day a week later than it is. Wish It would let me move my start date to the day I know I am going to start.
  • Weiners

    By anal girl 69
  • Best app

    By heathergbell
    Love this Eve app it very helpful being a woman ROCKS, even thought our bodies go through a lot we RULE...
  • pls be more inclusive

    By MonkeysArctic
    this app is really good and all but y’all need to start using more gender neutral words and pronouns. not everyone who gets a period is a woman/girl
  • Many types of pill

    By POPmaya
    This looks like a good way to track your period and has the potential for being very informative birth control wise but I find it very frustrating that many of these bc reminder apps group all the forms of the pill together. The combo pill and P.o.p are very different and I think you should be able to select them separately (maybe be able to select the specific bc method down to the brand name )? I think also more fluidity in being able to track changes in your bc method using this app. Like if you had the depo shot and switched to the POPill - what are some possible side effects or pills ? Can we get some accurate info about the possibilities when changing BC... just some thoughts they may seem like minor things but I think they would clear up lots of confusion and stress around managing BC! Update: The developer suggested using the community aspect of the app to ask questions and receive advice on bc... though in theory this seems like a good way for women looking for answers to get support and advice there is the potential for miss information to be spread. Why not have the facts and info built into the app into the first place? At least for such a critical thing as the nuances between different types of birth controls.
  • Needs improvement and inclusion

    By Let me delete snaps again
    This app has been excellent at tracking my period as well giving me inside to other things that my period may affect, provides sex to those who may need it, and has a very friendly user interface in the friend version. However I am struck by how heteronormative it is and how wrong and uninclusive it can be to LGBT+ Folks. Especially when it comes to same sex safe sex and trans/enby people related topics. It has provided misinformation on trans people several times. It's also super ciswoman based. Every thing is "hey girl!" Or "what's up lady" which is fine in theory but not all people who have uteruses are women. I feel their lingo could be triggering for those who don't identify as women but have periods leading to dysphoria and other issues that could be avoided by using more inclusive titles and pronouns. And some women don't have uteruses or periods and may just be using this app for sex, health, and gender related insite. Obviously it shouldn't replace going to a doctor for major health concerns but still. I'd consider this app highly convenient. Just get more actual LGBT+ People on the staff for this app so it doesn't seem like this info is coming from a misinformed straight cis woman trying to sound smart in front of her cis lesbian friend.