Yep, irregular periods can be a massive bore. Luckily, technology has come to the rescue with apps like Flo, which use artificial intelligence and sophisticated algorithms to accurately predict when your period is likely to start.
Last year, Flo began working with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) to bring the app to women around the world to advance their health.
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This simple, straightforward app helps you keep track of an irregular cycle by tracking the telltale symptoms that your period is on its way, like your temperature, moods, and sleep quality.
A new year means it’s time to comply with new resolutions for many people. Most often, that means targeting health and wellness.
Practically every woman has had at least one period-induced embarrassing moment—stained jeans at school or a swimming pool “incident,” anyone?
It’s your big day, and your least-favorite Aunt decides to show up. We’re not talking about your real Aunt – we’re talking about Aunt Flow.
Les menstruations seraient-elles les grandes oubliées de la santé connectée ? Malgré une faible médiatisation, plusieurs applications proposent pourtant aux personnes réglées de suivre leur cycle menstruel sur leur smartphone. Voici les meilleures.
A major breakthrough in the FemTech domain has recently been done by Flo Period Tracker – the first period tracking app to publicly announce using artificial intelligence for improving cycle predictions.
Periods can be tough to manage, but the AI-powered Flo app for smartphones makes it a little bit easier for all involved.
Google and Amazon brought AI into the home and DeepMind built a computer that could outsmart humans at Go. Will 2017 hold similar advancements? Everything has AI now. Period-tracking app Flo “uses a neural network approach” to deliver “high period forecast accuracy”.
In an industry still demonstrably dominated by men, digital tools specific to women have, for the most part, been a niche category. But the field of digital women’s health, which some entrepreneurs are calling “Femtech”, may be at a tipping point.
The Flo app, a woman’s period calculator that tracks and smartly predicts menstrual cycles, ovulation, and fertile days, raised $1 million in seed round funding.
The Flo app — the period calculator for women that tracks and predicts menstrual cycles, ovulation, and fertile days — has raised $1 million in seed round.
Desperately trying to get pregnant? There’s an app for that. Actually, there are many apps for that. Type “period tracker” into Google Play and you’ll uncover more than 100 programs that help women track their menstrual cycles and dispense all kinds of helpful advice about health, fertility and how to conceive.