Period Tracker by GP Apps

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Rated 4.82634 From 49,051 Votes
$ 0.00
  • Last Updated: 2020-07-02
  • New version: 11.7.6
  • File size: 83.91 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. and Android 4.4. KitKat or later

Period Tracker by GP Apps

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Period Tracker by GP Apps is an iPhone and Android Health & Fitness App, made by GP Apps. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - GP Apps, with the latest current version being 11.7.6 which was officially released on 2020-07-02. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 49,051 Reviews on the Apple App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.82634 out of a possible 5 stars.

How does it Work?

Period Tracker, the easiest way to track your health! *Now supports HealthKit, 3DTouch, TouchID, portrait charts, Advanced TTC Mode (the easiest way to get pregnant by following the homepage timeline’s simple prompted instructions!), and Pregnancy Mode with articles and week-by-week images. Period Tracker is SIMPLE and CUTE. * Press a button at the start of your period every month. Period Tracker logs your dates and calculates the average of your past 3 months' menstrual cycles to predict the start date of your next period. * View your current and future period dates, ovulation and fertile days, moods, symptoms, weight, temp, and fertility notes in a simple month-view calendar. * Discreet iPhone icon simply reads "PTracker." Period Tracker is FILLED WITH FEATURES. * Take daily notes of menstrual symptoms including Spotting, Flow, Cramps, Headaches, Backaches, Bloating, Tender Breasts, and Body Aches! * Track your weight, temperature and moods (over 30+ moods to choose from!) * Add custom symptoms and moods * Charts! Beautiful, comprehensive and handy. Charts show weight, temp, symptoms, period length, cycle length, and more. * Backup/Restore your data with your online backup and restore account. (works across platforms) * Homescreen shows your predicted ovulation, eight day "fertile window,” and your cycle day. Great for trying to conceive. * Pregnancy mode activates countdown to baby's due date and week-by-week articles. * Protect your privacy with TOUCH ID or with a passcode option that is fast and easy. * Export your period dates and notes to email for doctor's visits. Period Tracker is loved by millions of users. MommaRed - "I really like this application. It is easy to use, easy to track and plan for upcoming events. The recent updates have made it even better. One of my favorite iPhone apps." Blanczz226 - "This is one of my favorite apps. I use it every month and it's extremely accurate. Worth the $ for sure" - "Period Tracker is the ultimate menstrual mentor. You enter in your info, and it tracks your cycles, letting you keep notes about your activities and well being, all the while using twee 'lil hearts .and flowers to denote important days." Celstemc - "One of my first apps and I am completely in love with it! Won't use another one like it!! Cute and easy to use!" Subscription Details By subscribing to the Period Tracker Patron program you receive additional features. Subscription purchased through the app will be charged to your iTunes account. 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 at the cost of $9.99. 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. Terms of service: Privacy policy: Disclaimer: Period Tracker period and fertility forecasts may not be accurate and should not be used to prevent unwanted pregnancy. To forecast ovulation Period Tracker calculates 14 days before the projected start date of one's next period. Forecast accuracy depends on a number of factors including how regular one's cycle length is, when one actually ovulates during the cycle, and how many periods have been logged in the app. Anxiety, stress, diet, nutrition, exercise, environment, medications, age and other factors can also affect one's cycle from month to month. Please email comments and suggestions to

Top Reviews

  • Great App

    By Dash_of_Ash
    I just love this app! I’ve been using it for at least 7 yrs, possibly longer...2010, maybe. It keeps getting better and better the more I investigate and realize all it actually does. I have always used the free version, but thinking about doing the Patron version just because I’m so impressed with the app and I’d like to support the developer. The ads with free version are not obnoxious and still has a ton of capabilities! Integrates with Apple Health App and/or FitBit. They will be coming out with a diet tracking integration soon to help you eat Keto, too. One thing to note is that you have to be diligent about inputting your period start and end dates accurately as that changes your averaged cycle length. Which messes up your fertility window for tracking ovulation, and if that’s your primary birth control method, like ours, then it’s a potential problem. But, the app is quite good at discounting those months that your data entry was less than accurate and making adjustments for cycle irregularities. I’ve been having some health issues and it allows me to track symptoms, moods, weight, temperature, water intake, exercise, calorie intake and make other notes...which I use to track my blood pressure and blood sugar readings. Just a really great overall health diary that provides your doctor with great insight into your overall health. Highly recommend!
  • Great app, customizable, helpful-trip planning!

    By Not Really A Fan Of iTunes
    I originally downloaded this app because I wanted to track certain behaviors with relation to my cycle. Specifically, back pains and those days I just got so frustrated. Sure enough, they were usually a few days before my cycle. What I love about this app is how customizable it is. It has a variety of little icons and pictures, and you can track anything you want from chocolate cravings to headaches. I used a little picture of a whale to track when I started feeling bloated. I just noticed they have a little corked wine bottle with incrementally more bubbles in it to represent constipation. How could you not love that? I have since had an ablation (procedure for those done with childbirth with extremely heavy periods, it scars uterus lining so it doesn't build up so heavy) and now have my period much less frequently. The app has successfully mapped my new, longer cycle with accuracy. I imagine this app would be extremely useful to someone trying to conceive, or just track their fertility. I also use it to check ahead and see whether any future vacations or work functions will be impacted. Whether I need to pack anything, etc.
  • Using for years

    By Hey hey its jay jay
    I love this period tracker. I’ve been using it for about 8 years now and It has helped me so much. I take a BC pill so I know when my period is coming, but when I wasn’t on the pill it was very accurate and helped me make sure my periods were “regular”. Which in fact my period was never regular and the more you use your period tracker the more it learns about you. It tells you how many days are in your cycle, when your next period is expected, ovulation, if your period is regular or irregular and so much more! It really is a great app for every woman. Whether you’re just starting out or your trying to conceive it really works great for anyone with a period!! I love that you can track your moods, symptoms, weight and a bunch of other helpful things! They have a pregnancy mode too which seems cool and also a trying to convince mode! I haven’t used those yet so I cannot give an accurate review on those two modes but the regular period tracker is perfect for me! I’ve tried a few others but this one is definitely the best!
  • Good with minor glitches

    By LolaMo68
    This app is pretty good, but has a couple of minor glitches. Additionally, it’s always trying to get me to upgrade to their Deluxe version, which I have to pay for, but since I’m not certain it won’t have the same glitches... not sure I want to pay. Glitch #1: my monthly “entries” won’t automatically update on my iPad using this exact same app! I have to ‘export’ information each month, then ‘import’ in iPad in order to track on both devices. Or enter info separately on both. It would be nice to have information automatically update on all devices; especially since my log-in is the same! Glitch #2: since I’m peri-menopausal, my periods are very sporadic and inconsistent. If it lasts more than 8 or 9 days, it automatically wants to end it for me, and when I open the app, it starts to display “Period Just Started” even if I’m STILL ON IT. It’s very annoying because I then have to trick it into tracking correctly, but it only does so AFTER I enter the actual “end date”. Other than that, it’s usually quite accurate with its projected start dates, but not too accurate with peri-menopausal cycles.
  • It works great for me!!

    By KatharineAllee
    I’ve used this app for years and it tracks my cycle perfectly. Knows the exact day I’m going to start, predicts it either spot on or I begin my cycle a day or two before/after. But usually it’s spot on. Like today the app says “0 days left” - meaning I’m supposed to begin my cycle today - and sure enough, this morning in bed before sunrise my cramps woke me. I mainly use the app to chart the first/last days of my period and any bizarre bodily things that rarely occur (I can type personal notes into the days). I also LOVE using it to chart when I’ve had unprotected sex, taking advantage of the fertile “window” that the app shows me, based on my cycle. While each body is unique, this app has been an easy tool to give me a better understanding of my body. Highly recommend it! (For fertility charting I recommend also getting a special thermometer to take your temp every day so you can be certain you know when you ovulate)
  • Not a good app if you have irregular periods

    By Julia M81
    I got this app because it gets such great reviews. Apparently it’s a good app only if you have normal period cycles. I don’t. It predicts when your next period will be and when that date comes, it automatically starts your period whether your period has actually started or not. This is very frustrating for me because I’ll look back the past few months to see when I last had a period, but it will have automatically logged a period I know I didn’t have. For example, I’ll know I didn’t have a period at all for a specific month, but it will have automatically logged a period that simply didn’t happen. I’ve looked at the settings several times to see if this is something I can turn off but I didn’t see anything like that. If it’s something you can turn off, it’s certainly not easy to find. Since my periods are so irregular it’s important that they are accurately recorded because otherwise I forget when I had them as time goes by and I don’t use this app when I’m not menstruating. It’s one thing for an app to predict your period, it’s quite another for it to log it for you. What’s the point of tracking YOUR period if it does that?? Makes no sense. I don’t recommend this app.
  • Great period tracker not good ovulation predictor

    By JaniceFelix
    I have been using this app for 6 years now and it’s always correct on my period days. Which is wonderful because I can prepare for my period and know before it’s coming. Sometimes it’s 1 day off but that is it and that’s cause my period will come late here and there. Now as for the ovulation predictor I’m a little frustrated I trusted this app for that. We were trying to get pregnant for a year now and been using this app to predict ovulation. Silly me I FINALLY went and bought ovulation tests and I ovulate WAY before this app says I do. I know this isn’t the case for most woman as my ovulation is irregular. But this app should say that the ovulation predictor doesn’t work for everyone and that if your trying to get pregnant you should get ovulation tests and not trust the app for it. After a year of trying and trying I got the ovulation tests and now I am pregnant after 1 month. I’m frustrated at the app but mostly at myself for not getting the tests sooner. Please if you are trying to get pregnant get the ovulation tests, you can get packs of them online for super cheap and it’s worth it! Well good luck ladies!
  • Thank you

    By FIutterby
    I'm an inconsistent person at best, but I am consistent with this app. These days, everyone keeps their phone with them, so it's easy to remember to log in and track your period. For me, it was an early warning that I had endometriosis. My periods were irregular, and I experienced an abnormal amount of pain during my cycle. Menstrual cycles for most women operate like clockwork and are relatively painless. I hope that the knowledge regarding what women with endometriosis suffer from grows, so that more of us can learn about the diagnosis before it's too late. Thanks to the Period Tracker team for giving me an opportunity to better track my cycle so that I could see there was a pre-existing problem I knew nothing about! Maybe your app could also encourage more awareness regarding health related topics in regards to a woman's cycle for reasons just like mine. With knowledge comes power, and thus, greater responsibility. Let's help our fellow women!!!
  • Great!

    By Isi W
    I started using this app because I had just switched to a non-hormonal IUD and needed to track when my periods started. Unsurprisingly, the app needs to get used to your body before becoming accurate, but after after about...five months? it becomes crazy accurate. It’s very helpful and I can see into the future when my period is gonna start. It’s been helpful and I love it! You can also go to the calendar and use some of the features there as well. Plus! I’d recommend signing up for an account so that they have a backup of your period info and you don’t need to start all over. It was pretty convenient when I got a new phone and the app was still accurate because of its most current backup. If you’re willing to check the app, press a button to start and stop your period days, and see the dates your period is projected to start, it’s a great app.
  • Confusing

    By Gamer_gamelover_17
    To begin with this app has great potential. I have only a few complaints about it. Just so you understand where I am coming from, I am 13 years old and I got my first period. I was looking for an app that is not super confusing and I can easily enter stuff and understand really easily. I feel like this app is just super busy and when you are trying to navigate it you easily just get lost. I feel like it needs something when you first get the app where is explains where to get/ find stuff within the app. Another annoying thing about it is that on the calendar it shows “past periods” but like for me, there is no past periods because this is my first. There needs to be a first period option and that way it can kinda predict how your next period might turn out etc. Overall this app is one of the best ones I could find. I just have those few complaints. And I think that this app has great potential, and again it is one of the best ones I have seen.

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