PCOS Tracker app

PCOS Tracker app

  • PCOS Tracker is an app for people with a diagnosis of PCOS or who suspect they have PCOS, or anyone looking for PCOS support.
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PCOS Tracker app By Applied Informatics, Inc.


  • Diary – notes in the calendar section, this is free text and is not collated in any way.
  • Tracking – of PCOS symptoms, PMS and menstrual cycle.
  • Calculator or counter – survey results for each day/month are collated.
  • Reminders – can be turned on to complete daily activities (surveys and ‘active tasks’).
  • Graphs and reporting – daily and monthly options, can be exported and shared.
  • Other: Educational information – articles/videos/talks. These are links to external information, not specific to the app.
Country of origin New Zealand
Clinical review 

3 star review

Read a clinical review below.

Security and privacy Does the app:
  • Collect medical information? Yes
  • Require a login? No
  • Have password protection? No
  • Have a privacy policy? Yes
  • Require internet access to use? No

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Cost Free
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How to get the app

The PCOS Tracker app helps you track your menstrual cycle, PCOS symptoms and PMS symptoms. This information can be downloaded and shared via a link. This app also allows the monitoring of physical activity (by step count) and has a step-count leaderboard of (anonymous) users. The app also has daily ‘active tasks’ to monitor motor function and cognition. There's also a list of articles, videos and talks on topics related to PCOS that are available through the app.

For the complete app description, go to the app website(external link), Google Play(external link), App Store(external link) or, for a more detailed review, see reviews below.


App is well-designed and easy-to-use.

✔ App has been around >4 years, with updates more than once/year.

✔ Available in 24 languages.

✔ Fairly comprehensive symptom-tracking with detailed surveys.

✔ You can track symptoms without wifi/data (wifi/data is required to get insights/leaderboard however).

✔ Data can be downloaded and shared.

✔ The app tracks the menstrual cycle as well as PCOS symptoms.

To track symptoms, you need to complete a ‘survey’ for that day or month, which is time consuming.

There isn’t the option to record individual specific symptoms on a given day, all data is entered through surveys.

Surveys regarding symptoms are limited to the descriptors given.

You're not able to record symptoms or activities for dates in the past.

The reference and link page is not sorted into categories/topics, so it's not easy to quickly find a specific topic.

Clinical review

3 star review

: Dr Phoebe Hunt, Medical Officer working in Sexual and Reproductive Health, Magma Healthcare
Date of review: July 2023
Platform: Apple
Version: 2.7
Comments: This app has comprehensive surveys for recording PCOS and PMS symptoms, which some people may find useful. However, the surveys are quite time consuming and data can only be entered through these surveys. Data can be easily downloaded and shared, which may be helpful for sharing with healthcare providers. I think it is a reasonable app for symptom tracking if you have the time to enter the data required. However if you are wanting to gain more information about PCOS, this app is probably not the best choice as the information section is not easy to navigate.
New Zealand relevance: Yes. The app is generally relevant, however the information section is largely US-based, so there may be some variation in comparison with the New Zealand health system to what is available/recommended. Some of the surveys include information on blood glucose levels and testosterone levels, which many people may not have access to.

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