6 apps om je cyclus in bij te houden

6 apps to track your cycle

Keeping track of your cycle, symptoms and complaints can become a lot easier with the help of menstrual tracking apps. They are useful, but also have their pros and cons. Of course, it varies from person to person which app suits you best. That's why we tested six different apps.



1. Flo

6 apps to track your cycle Flo

Flo is a popular app that tracks everything from your period to ovulation and even pregnancy. Flo has a sleek look and offers useful features such as predicting your next period and ovulation, tracking symptoms and even tracking your mood. You have to enter this yourself, because unfortunately an app cannot yet predict this itself. ;) It is a user-friendly app and very nice for beginners.


  • Flo provides accurate predictions of menstruation and ovulation.
  • You have the option to track various symptoms such as mood swings, headaches and stomach cramps.
  • Provides insightful graphs and statistics to clearly visualize your cycle.
  • Provides daily health tips and information on female health.
  • Ability to link the app to other health apps on your phone for a complete overview of your well-being.


  • Some advanced features are only available in the paid version.
  • The app can sometimes send too many notifications, which can be experienced as intrusive.
  • Not all users find the interface equally intuitive.

Language: Flo's language cannot be adjusted and can therefore only be used in English.

Price: The app is free to download, but you have to pay to use the premium features. Then the costs for the Flo menstrual tracking app are €9.99 per month.


2. Apple Health App

6 apps to track your cycle in the apple health app

For the iPhone users among us, there is Apple's Health app. While it's not specifically designed for period tracking, you can track your menstrual cycle by manually entering the relevant data. It's a good option if you already use other Apple Health features a lot.


  • Integrated with other health data, such as sleep and exercise.
  • Easy to use system and seamless sync with other Apple devices.
  • Ability to set custom notifications for menstruation and ovulation.
  • Available to iPhone users at no additional cost.
  • Provides insight into your overall health in addition to menstrual tracking.


  • Less specialized for period tracking compared to specific apps, which can make the prediction less accurate.
  • Manually entering data can be time-consuming.
  • Limited features and analytics compared to specific menstrual apps.

Language: The great thing about this app is that it adapts to the language in which your phone is set. So you have the choice yourself.

Price: The app is completely free for people with an Apple phone and an IOS operating system.



3. Clue

6 apps to track your cycle clue

Clue is an app that excels in simplicity and accuracy. It uses scientific data and machine learning to predict your menstrual cycle and help you understand your body. It also has a friendly and inclusive approach to gender.


  • Advanced prediction algorithms that take your individual cycle pattern into account.
  • Ability to track a wide range of symptoms, from physical to emotional changes.
  • Inclusive approach to gender identity, making the app accessible to anyone who menstruates or needs the app.
  • Personal insights and recommendations based on your entered data.
  • Regular updates and improvements based on user feedback and new research results.



  • Some advanced features, including the encyclopedia, are only available in the paid version.
  • Can be complex for users who just want a simple tracker without any extra bells and whistles.
  • Interface can be overwhelming for beginners who are not used to tracking so much different data.

Language: The app can only be used in English.

Price: Do you want to use the premium features of this app? Then you pay €4.99 per month for Clue.



4.Period Tracker

6 apps to track your cycle in period tracker

Period Tracker is an app that focuses on simplicity and ease of use. It lets you easily track your period, ovulation, symptoms and mood with just a few taps. It also provides handy reminders for your period and ovulation, so you'll never be surprised again.


  • Helpful reminders and notifications for menstruation and ovulation.
  • Simple data entry with quick selection options.
  • Clear calendar view of your cycle for quick insight.
  • User-friendly interface, perfect for beginners.
  • Easy to combine with your phone's health app.


  • More limited features compared to other apps, especially in terms of analysis and prediction.
  • Fewer options for tracking detailed symptoms and moods.
  • May be less accurate in predicting ovulation and menstrual cycle compared to specialized apps.

Language: Period Tracker can only be used in English.

Price: The costs for the perium version of Period Tracker are €0.80 per week, which is equivalent to €3.40 per month.


5. Eve

6 apps to track your cycle in Eve

Eve is more than just a menstrual tracker; it's also a community for girls to talk to each other about health and wellness. It offers a range of features including tracking your cycle, symptoms, mood and sexuality. It's like a virtual friend who is always there for you.


  • Community feature for support and advice from other users.
  • Ability to track a wide range of symptoms, including moods and sexuality.
  • Personal analyzes and insights into your cycle pattern and health trends.
  • Clear and intuitive interface, ideal for younger users.
  • Available for free with regular updates and new features.


  • Can be overwhelming for girls who just want a simple tracker without social features.
  • Some users find the community interface confusing or clunky.
  • Privacy concerns due to sharing personal information within the community.

Language: Eve can only be used in English

Price: To use Eve's premium features, you pay €10.99 per month.


6. MyFlo period + tracker calendar

6 apps to track your cycle in myflo

Last but not least we have MyFlo period + tracker calendar. An app that, in addition to keeping track of your cycle, also offers a lot more information about the different phases you may be in and gives tips on what you can best do in each phase. You can also use the daily notes. Here they ask about different aspects about your day, feelings and much more.


  • Clear interface with a simple design, which makes the app not difficult to use and therefore also very nice for beginners.
  • Simple data entry with quick selection options.
  • Clear calendar view of your cycle for quick insight.
  • Lots of extra information about the phase you are in now.
  • Gives many tips for the hormonal phase you are in at that moment.

Would you like more information about the different phases of your cycle? We have written a nice blog about this that explains everything about the 4 seasons of your cycle .


  • To access additional features such as recipes, exercise schedule, planner and more, you need a premium subscription.
  • They advertise a lot with their own products and subscriptions on the app.
  • It is difficult to find your way around this app.

Language: This app can only be used in English.

Price: The MyFlo app costs €29 per month to use the premium features



Keeping track of your menstrual cycle, symptoms, and general well-being becomes a little easier with one of these different period tracking apps. Whether you prefer the simplicity of Period Tracker or the community support of Eve, there is an app for everyone that suits his or her wishes and needs. It's a good idea to try out several apps and see which one suits you best.

When selecting a menstruation app, it's important to think about which features are most relevant to you. Also consider whether you are willing to pay extra for premium accounts. Every app has its advantages and of course also some disadvantages, so it is wise to choose the app that suits you best.

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