Description

Clue is much more than just a period tracker – it’s an easy-to-use solution that helps you make sense of your periods, fertility, pregnancy, and menstrual health. It’s a scientific and fluff-free way to learn about your body and discover unique patterns in your menstrual cycle.

Thanks to Clue, your period and menstrual health tracking are all in one place. The Clue app predicts your period, PMS, and ovulation, and helps you find unique patterns in your menstrual cycle. Great skin when you ovulate? Headaches during PMS? Learn about your unique patterns with 30+ tracking categories from birth control to cramps, emotions, skin, hair, sleep, sex, pain, moods, cervical fluid, and more. Plus, set reminders so you never get surprised by a period again. Clue adapts to you and your unique cycle: the more you track, the more you learn, and the more you start to live in sync with your biology.

Clue is different from the other period trackers out there – we’re female-led, recommended by doctors, and do not sell your data.

** App of the Day Worldwide ** — Apple
** Best Fertility Apps 2020 ** — Healthline
** Top free period tracker app ** — Obstetrics & Gynecology Journal (ACOG)

TOP FEATURES:

• Accurate period predictions for your next three cycles
• Track your period days, flow, menstrual products, or birth control method
• Log symptoms, cravings, moods, energy levels, exercise, and more to discover patterns in your cycle. The more you track, the smarter Clue gets!
• Set up calendar reminders for your period, PMS, ovulation, or birth control pill
• Keep tabs on your cycle lengths and variations to observe trends and maximize doctor visits
• Ovulation and fertility tracking: log your BBT, cervical fluid, and ovulation tests to boost your fertility predictions
• *NEW in 2021* Pregnancy tracking: Log your pregnancy and postpartum symptoms, and track your baby’s growth week by week with guided content
• Learn about your cycle with educational articles and menstrual health topics curated by Clue's in-house science team
• Track with an intuitive, gender-inclusive app designed for anyone who menstruates
• Integrate with Healthkit, including Health App, Touch ID, and Today Extension

The unsung benefits of using Clue:

• Become the expert on your body
• Be kinder to yourself when your cycle symptoms get you down
• Get curious about how sex drive & your cycle relate
• Gain a deeper understanding of how your body and mind are connected
• Know that your data is kept safe and not sold

Loving Clue? Then you’ll love subscribing to Clue Plus!

A subscription to Clue Plus unlocks all features including personalized insights, advanced predictions, pregnancy mode, and the content tab. Clue Plus is an excellent way to expand your health knowledge, and also supports a progressive app that stands for science, data privacy, and inclusivity.

After you choose one of our plans and confirm your purchase, the payment will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes Account. Once purchased, subscriptions will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period.

If you decide to renew your subscription, your account will be charged the same amount you paid for your initial subscription within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. At any time you can manage your subscription and turn off auto-renewal by going to the Account Settings on your device after the purchase.

Note: Clue should *not* be used as a contraceptive.

If you run into any trouble, the support team is here to help! Please reach us through the app so we can assist you more effectively. Tap:
1. More Menu
2. Support
Or – directly through the form: support.helloclue.com

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What’s New

Version 29.0

Women have played such an important role in advancing our knowledge of menstrual and reproductive health. Here at Clue, it’s no different. We are so proud to have a diverse and progressive team, and couldn’t be happier to celebrate some of our very own female teammates in honor of International Women’s Day on March 8th and Women’s History Month:

** Dr. Lynae Brayboy, Chief Medical Officer **

Lynae is Clue’s Chief Medical Officer. She’s an expert in reproductive endocrinology, infertility, obstetrics, and gynecology, and her clinical research has focused on femtech for sexual health education. Her research won the Atlas Award from Elsevier. She is also an oocyte biologist who works on oocyte mitochondria.

** Dr. Amanda Shea, Head of Science **

As Clue’s Head of Science, Amanda uses Clue’s dataset (with the permission of our users) to collaborate with scientists to advance menstrual health research. Amanda’s doctoral research focused on the impact of cells in fat tissue on ovarian cancer development.

** Sarah Toler, DNP **

Sarah is Clue's Science Content Lead. She is a Certified Nurse Midwife and Doctor of Nursing Practice. Her area of expertise is reproductive mental health, especially postpartum mood and anxiety disorders.

This update also includes bug fixes and performance enhancements. If you're enjoying using the Clue app, feel free to leave us a rating and review!

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
274.6K Ratings

274.6K Ratings

_a_random_review ,

Amazing App!!! (And suggestion)

This app is AWESOME! Periods, ovulation, pregnancy, and other things like that are SOOOO confusing (obvi) but Clue breaks things down so its easier to understand, which is really useful. And it’s NOT one of those apps that pretends that periods are the same for every person. When you enter something, it recommends articles and other things for you based on what you put in. I just want to say that this app is really useful, and well put together. It’s made by women, so it makes you feel like you’re not alone. And I have a VERY unpredictable cycle and it’s almost always spot on! And if you are taking hormonal birth control, it has options for lighter or no periods. I do have one recommendation for the app, there’s a section that asks what kind of birth control you use, right now, I don’t “have a need for birth control yet”, if you know what i mean, so I think there should be an option for that. Also they’ve started using gender neutral language in their app and even have articles on tips for gender dysphoria on your period, effects of getting testosterone, pregnancy when you’re non binary, pros and cons of daily Binding, and more. A very good, science-based, inclusive app! I would recommend for anyone with a cycle! Edit: one bug I’ve noticed recently is they have like notifications in the app for article recommendations and it’ll have the little red circle and I’ll swipe up and it’ll say ‘no new notifications’

Developer Response ,

Hello! Thank you so much for loving Clue and for your positive feedback :) we are happy that the app has been so helpful for you, and that you find value in its features and in the scientific articles provided. We will keep working in this direction to make Clue an app that more and more people will love! And regarding the bug, please reach us at support.helloclue.com with a screenshot of the issue, to let us investigate it. Thanks! Ilaria

erika562 ,

More than anticipated

I got clue because I was having a difficult time remembering to track my period on my messy calendar. When I began using it, I found that it was very easy and straightforward to use with customizable tracking options besides just the period bleeding itself like emotional state, pain, ovulation, sleep, digestion, etc. I just wish that the exercise tab had more options to choose from. After using it for a few months, the app had enough data to show me patterns during my cycle which were very enlightening to me. By recording my daily experiences and looking at the generated patterns and predictions I have been learning a lot about my body that I was previously unaware of before. But my favorite thing about discovering clue is that the company provides articles on women’s reproductive health for free on many different issues, and that these articles are fact-checked and use peer-reviewed journal studies as their sources (and list the sources so I could look them up myself if I wanted to). These articles provide me with information I otherwise didn’t have access too or was too embarrassed to ask about like the many birth control options available, how they work, and their pros and cons. Definitely more than just a period tracking app.

Panorainian ,

5 Stars

This app is literally the best period tracker I’ve ever had. I started using it just over a year ago(ish), and it’s truly been helpful. I added in my past periods from another app and that helped a lot with it being able to always be spot on for my days.

One thing I would recommend, is having a “Notes” section for days. I feel like that would be nice because I can remember why I didn’t take my BC (birth control) at a certain time and I can work on being more on time with it. It’d also be nice to keep track of other things in there, such as “my cramps were this bad today because xyz.” And instead of using just the cramps button, I can make a note of how bad or mild they were on which days so I can expect it for next time. I also feel as if it would be easier when talking to an OB/GYN about my periods because my cramps can sometimes be too horrible to the point I can’t even get up and out of bed (the top reason why I’m even taking it - and how irregular my cycle was before).

A couple months ago I got the subscription to Clue, and it’s even better than I imagined! I enjoy getting the articles for what I feel on my period; certain emotions, why my cramps can be killer, etc. I’d definitely recommend this app to all my fellow friends. 💕

Subscriptions

Clue Period Tracker - 1 year
Unlock all cycle tracking features & content
Free Trial

App Privacy

The developer, BioWink GmbH, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Sensitive Info

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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