iPregnant Introducing the fertility app decoder.

By Babe | Ana Hard

Trying to get preg? There’s an app for that! Yep, these days why chart ovulation cycles and cervical mucus on your own when you can record your TTC status on your phone, sandwiched between your favorite Spotify playlist and Instagram? Peep our favorite app trackers below to kickstart your way to pregnancy without ever having to leave your phone.

The Deal: This sleek app targets a woman’s cycle using personalized data to help them conceive. Women can log 40 different health signals from sex, mood swings, PMS and more, as well as track their ovulation, log symptons into a PMS calendar, and take part in the Glow community where members sound of on pregnancy, periods and more.

The Spend: Free 

Bottom Line: Its claims aren’t different from other fertility apps, but it also engages men to take charge of their fertility with new support just for them. Like the gals, men log data about their health, which can be linked to his partner’s to produce a full picture of fertility as a couple.

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The Deal: This baby making app helps you connect external fertility signs (such as Basal Body Temperature (BBT) and Cervical Fluid) to your hormonal profile to determine your fertile window. These observations are collected on a Fertility Chart that becomes a dashboard of your current fertility “status.” 

The Spend: The basic app is free, but a $45-a-year premium membership offers VIP access to message boards and advanced features like an intercourse timing analyzer and detailed analysis of fertility signs.

Bottom Line: Fertiliy Friend helps users both understand their cycle and predict future cycle by comparing their patterns. 

The Deal: The app creates a proprietary Fertility Score by assessing factors like biometric data, cycle metrics, basal body temperatures, and lifestyle habits to predict the likelihood of natural conception. Based on nearly 20 years of clinical practice, the program addresses 3 key areas that affect one’s natural ability to get and stay pregnant – menstrual cycle, lifestyle and mindfulness.

The Spend: $199 a month

Bottom Line: Users get a full 360 degree fertility wellness profile, complete with three herbal formulas per month, As users share data with the Conceivable app, they’ll receive personalized recommendations, lifestyle guidance, accountability reminders, and a Conceivable Virtual Health Advisor that becomes a daily partner on the journey toward a healthy pregnancy. 

The Deal: Plug your ovulation / period deets into a special algorithm that calculates and predicts your cycle. Clue swears it can deliver a more tailored approach to conception and that the more often you use it, the smarter it gets.

The Spend: Free

Bottom Line: Clue is optimized for Apple Watch and even uses our moods to incorporate data, as well as other hormonal signals often overlooked by traditional ovulation trackers. Clue collects data about a woman’s mood in addition to other fertility signs, and is even optimized for Apple Watch.

The Deal: Ovia uses multiple fertility and non-traditional health indicators, like eating and sleeping habits, to predict ovulation. It swears it will get you pregnant up to three times faster than the national average, according to its  ceo, who developed the app’s algorithms to help him and his wife conceive. Ovia’s app is just one part of the brand’s more comprehensive maternity and family benefits solution that seeks to transform the way women and families are supported throughout the parenthood journey.

The Spend: Free, unless you want to upgrade for 99 cents to receive articles, themes, and the ability to export data to Excel.

Bottom Line: For the price and access to unprecedented data that the algorithm uses, Ovia is certainly worth the effort.