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Glow Nurture – a new application to track fertility in women

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Glow Nurture – a new application to track fertility in women ;

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Glow, a company science oriented reproductive health and women’s education data, this week launched its new application, glow of parenting. first application of the company, glow, dedicated to tracking fertility and help women conceive or avoid pregnancy, is said to have helped more than 20,000 users in just one year and was one of the winners of the race Webby Award 2014 updated version retains this feature, and application users fertility can spend your data Nurture Glow (Read: Tips track days are ovulating or are mostly ” fertile ).

The new application provides a platform on which you moms can connect their swollen bellies pictures and symptoms and other data that can simplify medical appointments. Other new features include social networking to put expectant mothers are in contact with each other and with a support system partners to integrate significant others, friends and family members. Coming soon is an aspect to guide new mothers through the first nine months of newborn care. (Read: What to eat when expected – five healthy recipes for pregnant women )

Since the old version, the work of glow begins to help aspirants get pregnant by tracking ovulation and possible warning about when is a good time to buy tests ovulation. Similar applications include a baby, available for Android and IOS, which includes a ‘widget growth “which portrays diagrams of what the fetus looks like. Specific applications for tracking fertility as known Fertility Friend, available on iOS . and Android and as a website Nurture Glow is free in the App Store (Read: First phase of work: step by step explanation and advice ).

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