The Flow, Pink Pad Period & Fertility Tracker, Birth Control Reminder, Eve, Aunt Flo, Clue, you name it, they are all just one click away to give you a healthy insight. And among them, Clue app has become quite popular and controversial too.
And among them, Clue app has become quite popular and controversial too.
Clue Period Tracker app getting popular among the users
"Clue" is a mobile app developed by the Berlin-based technology company focusing on female health founded on 2012 and now it has gained over 2.5 million users from 180 countries all over the world.
Source: Refinery 29
This app helps women track their menstruation on the basis of the information they give like their period dates, weight, health condition/problems, sexual activity, pregnancy, flow and other significant aspects.
Clue is not like other time consuming, difficult to use an app as it's simple and user-friendly. It's multi functional as now you can track your fertility as well as get insights on women's health and pregnancy related issues.
So ladies, get your own doctor inside your pocket and be healthy and happy!
Clue aimed to be more inclusive but faced users backlash
Let's admit, Clue is by far the most efficient and fun period tracker but there are always haters!
On July 11, Clue made an announcement on Twitter that it was proposing to change their product description to [email protected] from female and even sought for advice.
Clue took this step in order to be more inclusive for transgenders or women who don't menstruate(pregnant) or women facing menopause or for women who don't have a uterus.
However, the majority of the users backlashed and stated that it offended all the women for whom the app was originally designed. Women all over tweeted on their page with their hate comments and asked them not to change their product description.
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