Discover the advantages of Daysy and the practical ovulation app DaysyDay!
The “DaysyDay” app makes Daysy compatible with smartphones and thus offers new options for digitally expanding your knowledge of your unique menstrual cycle and body. “DaysyDay” also gives you the ability to share your information with your partner, doctor, or our team of experts. In addition to displaying your individual cycle calendar and temperature curve, “DaysyDay” shows you a range of statistics about your menstrual cycle. You will see a prognosis for your fertility status over the coming weeks so you can plan ahead. Especially convenient: now you can connect your Daysy with your smartphone via Bluetooth®.
Daysy offers you high accuracy!
In order for Daysy to be able to calculate your fertile days as precisely as possible, you have to use it every morning before you get out of bed. All you need to do is take your basal temperature by placing the device's test prod underneath your tongue and waiting until you hear a signal sound. The measurement takes only 30-60 seconds! After that, Daysy might ask you to confirm via the push of a button that you are currently on your period, before displaying your current fertility status with a colourful light.
Calculate your fertile days: have an overview with Daysy's ovulation calendar
But Daysy offers you even more: With the practical ovulation app DaysyDay for your smartphone, you can keep an eye on your current ovulation calendar and access a convenient preview of the next month. The preview is also ideally suited to plan activities for when you do not want to be having your period, such as going swimming or doing certain types of exercise. DaysyDay also displays your temperature curve. Beyond that you can take notes in Daysy's ovulation app and record, for instance, the times you have had sex. If you want, you can also share this calendar with your partner.
Daysy - Your personal fertility tracker (incl. app DaysyDay)
Daysy is an intelligent fertility tracker that lets you get to know your very own menstrual cycle.