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5 Apps Every Woman Should Download

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In this day and age, we challenge you to find something that there isn’t an app for — especially when they’re toward women. We’re all constantly on the journey of getting our sh*t together.

Here is a list of 4 superrr important apps that you should definitely download, now.
Bonus: They’re all free.

1. Allrecipes Dinner

Not a chef? No biggie. Just choose a few ingredients and the app will show you recipes based on said ingredients. It claims over 11 million recipes in total, complete with videos (for some), step-by-step instructions, and a simple interface. It also has a built-in shopping list, so you can keep track of what you need to buy the next time you’re at the supermarket. You can just open Allrecipes Dinner on your iPhone, choose one interesting recipe and start cooking. This app is compatible with iOS 7.0 or later.

2. myPill

Do you struggle to stay on track with your birth control pill? myPill is for you. This app is designed specifically for people who use pill contraceptives, because sometimes it’s really hard to remember to take the same tablet at the same time, every day. myPill sets an automatic alarm for the pill or patch and sends a reminder that your period is on the way. You will never, ever miss taking a pill again. Trust.

3. VSCO Cam

At one point or another we’ve all grown tired of the same old filters to show off our #ootd or latest meal. This platform — which lets you shoot and edit photos — is a favourite of photographers, and offers users a uniquely high-level grade of tools. Hands down the best app to raise your Instagram game.

4. Clue Period Tracker

Looks familiar? This is the period tracker you keep deleting to make room for more selfie storage. With the simple click of a button, this app helps you log and keep track of when the crimson wave will hit next. It logs your dates and calculates the average of your cycles to predict the start of your next cycle.

Sure, you know it’s coming every month. But have you noticed how sometimes you still forget you’re about to get your period until you’re in a place where it seems impossible to find a pad, or some Panadol? This app tells you when to expect Aunt Flo, how much longer you have and what moods you may be feeling on any given day.

Bonus: Users can also view ovulation and fertile days, symptoms, weight, temperature and fertility notes.

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