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Looks like applications for smartphones can cover each moment of our life: from Oprah show to Cardio Calc. It can be rather laborious to think an application which has not been created for iPhone or Android devices. There are lots of specific female applications that have been already developed.  That is not to say that all women need a Period Calendar and Cooking book but using these 7 applications for iPhone and Android can ease women’s routine sufficiently bringing orderliness and saving time.

Number 1 appears to be a real #1 Medical App of 2010 on the AppStore:

iPharmacy Pill Identifier is an essential medication guide of 10,686 drugs for consumers & professionals with a pill identifier and digital bar code reader enabling users to search a pill by shape, color, score and imprint with a single tap.

iPharmacy for iPhone can be downloaded from the App Store by following this link.

iPharmacy for Android comes with a bar code scanner that recognizes drug by scanning a bar code using a camera and can be downloaded from the Android MarketPlace by following this link.

Number 2: Pill Reminder Pro (Push Notification)

In case you take medication, birth control pills or supplements and it is difficult to remind yourself to do this because of the whirl of daily events, Pill Reminder Pro is for you. It gives you a push alert; tracks pill names, dosage and frequency.

Pill Reminder Pro for iPhone can be downloaded from the App Store by following this link.

Pill Reminder for Android can be downloaded from the Android MarketPlace by following this link.

Number 3: iPeriod Free

iPeriod is a visual calendar which makes it easy for you to view your menstrual cycles, predicts your future 12 periods, tracks symptoms and mood. For more comfort, it has discreet icon name “iP” and is password protected.  iPeriod calculates your average duration, cycle length and estimates the dates of your next expected periods, fertile days and ovulation! Each time new data is entered, statistics is updated.

iPeriod Free for iPhone can be downloaded from the App Store by following this link.

For Android devices, check out WomanLog Calendar in the Android MarketPlace by following this link.

Number 4: Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker

Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker has the largest food database of any iPhone calorie counter (over 600,000 foods), has easy and fast food entry as it remembers your favorites, add multiple foods at once, saves and adds entire meals, can track your weight and measurements and show charts of your progress over time.

Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker for iPhone can be downloaded from the App Store by following this link.

Calorific Calorie Counter for Android can be downloaded from the Android MarketPlace by following this link.

Number 5: Stop Watch

Use it for tracking time, swimming, running, biking, or anything else you can think of.
The app presents simple interface that allows you to add as many laps as you need, a title, data, and individual information of the event. Stop Watch saves and loads information very quickly. Not sophisticated, but really useful app for your daily routine.

Stop Watch for iPhone can be downloaded from the App Store by following this link.

StopWatch & Timer for Android can be downloaded from the Android MarketPlace by following this link.

Number 6: Cook’s Illustrated

Cook’s Illustrated app gives its users an access to the huge collection of recipes, allows to browse recipes by cuisine or category, overview videos for every recipe, and find test reviews for supermarket ingredients. With Cook Illustrated, you will surely get all-time best recipes to surprise relatives and friends.

Cook’s Illustrated for iPhone can be downloaded from the App Store by following this link.

Free Recipe Search for Android can be downloaded from the Android MarketPlace by following this link.

Number 7: Grocery iQ

Grocery iQ is the most feature-rich grocery shopping application available on the Apple Store.  The features to be noted are: a database of millions of items, barcode scanning, integrated Coupons, product details and much more!

Grocery iQ for iPhone can be downloaded from the App Store by following this link.

Grocery iQ for Android can be downloaded from the Android MarketPlace by following this link.

 
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For all you Psychics….
Check this Psychic Game out. I bought the full game I’d say its worth the 1 buck! 🙂

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=appinventor.ai_kidmen1.Red_Dots&hl=en

Top “women,” apps written by a man? What? Why on earth would I–or anyone else–take into consideration your opinion on a period-tracking app? What the hell do you know? And just because I’m a woman, I’m supposed to want/need a cooking app? Wow. What a remarkably sexist and ignorant article.

How about the TED app? Pulse? Springpad? I guess you’re under the impression that women don’t like politics, education or productivity.

I’m making a note NOT to refer to mobilityminded in the future if this is the drivel they post as reference.

ps, orginal female author left the site and my name is posted as subsitute.