Within the free app, it securely stores your personal information to then pinpoint the best time during each monthly cycle for conception. Women can track their ovulation data, menstruation cycle and sexual activity. Once you are pregnant the data gathered by the app can be exported as a PDF to share with your doctor or specialist.
This fertility app has a feature that is very different from the rest. This app lets users opt into a $50-a-month fund called Glow First.
For 10 months, the average time it takes most women to conceive, women can contribute $50 a month into a pool. Then at the end of that period if a Glow First member does not conceive (with the help of the app) they will get money from the contribution pool of cash, which will go directly towards cost of infertility treatments or procedures. Every women who has been paying into the fund from the same point in time will receive an equal share of what's been amassed to help to pay towards fertility treatments instead. Obviously this equal amount will be greater when more women sign up.
The app is created by PayPal co-founder Max Levchin and former Google executive Mike Huang. You can check out this app in the Apple store.