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Ladytimer Launches Unique Sms Service For Women


San Diego, CA

Some women are using tools for keeping track of their menstrual cycle. Some make notes in their calendar, others use online female cycle calculators and calendars. Ladytimer’s service takes menstrual cycle tracking one step further by making it available on cell phones. Furthermore, Ladytimer is proactive rather than a passive calendar application. With this innovative approach, female cycle tracking could become more appealing to many women and fit right in with their mobile lifestyle.

With the exception of women who are actively trying to get pregnant and therefore want to determine fertile days as closely as possible, few women make the effort to record their cycle days. Online menstrual cycle calendars make it convenient to check ovulation and period dates, but frequently a woman may want to know her dates while being away from her computer. Now Ladytimer offers the answer for women on the go, introducing a menstrual cycle reminder service for mobile phones. The Ladytimer service sends regular advance notice text messages to remind women when the next period or ovulation date is due.

Apart from the initial signup, there is no need to go to a website and check a menstrual cycle calendar. Users are actively reminded about the next cycle event, or they simply check the phone’s message inbox to find out about past menstrual cycle dates. The service is extremely easy to set up. Once running, a woman will always have her cycle information readily available whether she is on vacation, or in the shopping mall, restaurant or car. “This is great”, says Renee, one of the first beta users of the Ladytimer service, “it took me less than a minute sign up, and now I can just forget about it because the reminder messages are coming to my phone every couple of weeks”. Another trial user, Jenny, remarks: “I wanted something on my cell rather than on the PC. Ladytimer was super easy to setup and free. It’s impossible to forget or not know your period and ovulation dates.” has been testing the service for the past two months to ensure reliability and ease of use. Ladytimer offers the menstrual cycle reminders for free. Carriers in the US and Canada usually charge for receiving text messages, therefore users can expect to pay a few cents per month for receiving four text messages from Ladytimer. To learn more or sign up for the free service go to


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