Kindara for iPhone
Hi Kindara Fans! We released version 1.7 of Kindara last week and it has some sweet new features! We added Custom Data, a Cycles Page, and a new design. These will help you get even more out of your fertility charting experience.
Custom Data is the ability to keep track of anything you like right on your chart. You can use it to keep track of spotting, positive and negative OPKs, tender breasts, etc. Anything relevant to your fertility, or anything you think might affect your fertility can go here. To add a Custom Data row, just tap the little gear icon on the Data Screen.
The Cycles Page can be found on the “More” screen. It will give you a list of the lengths and start dates of all the cycles you have charted with Kindara. If you want to see one of the charts, just tap that Cycle # in the Cycles page, and the chart for that cycle will load.
And finally the new design of the Data Screen makes it easier to understand your chart. For instance, now when you tap a “Creamy” cervical fluid button, it turns the color of the “Creamy” shading in the chart. When you tap “Protected” sex the button has an outline, and a blank center, just like the heart icon for “protected” sex on the chart. Also, we think the new design is prettier :)
If you haven’t updated Kindara in a while, go do that now. We think you’ll like the new features we built for you. And if you’ve got version 1.7 already let us know what you think of it! Love it? Hate it? Let us know. We are building this for you, after all, so tell us what you want! :) (Just to give you a sneak peek, some of the next features we are building are Cervix Tracking, OPK Tracking, Passcode and Coverline.)
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