MCALC the first Gender Neutral Menstruation Calculator.
Mcalc started off as an idea to create a menstruation calculator app that could be used by anyone regardless of their gender, this way our app keeps the trans* and genderqueer community in mind so they can enjoy the features without being constantly misgendered (as with other apps).
Our new app is still in BETA so we appreciate any feedback you can give us at firstname.lastname@example.org, we try to solve as many bugs as possible in as little time as we can so please, let us know if anything is not working properly.
What is Mcalc?
Mcalc is a new menstruation calculator app, it tracks your period and keeps you updated on your current status and any upcoming important events of your menstrual cycle
How does it work?
Simple! just provide the app with some basic information about you and your cycle, Mcalc will calculate the rest, taking your personal context into consideration. Afterwards you can set alarms and even log relevant events.
What features does it have?
-Neutrality Guaranteed: We understand that sex and gender identity are not the same, because of this, we designed our app so it can be used by almost everyone. Mcalc is 100% gender neutral and it won’t assume anything from you while using it.
-Notifications: Mcalc will keep you updated on the important dates of your menstrual cycle, it’s built in alarm system will allow you to set notifications you care about.
-Adaptation: We all have different needs, and Mcalc can suit them accordingly, it will only display the information relevant to your purposes and won’t nag you with irrelevant data. Using Mcalc on “sex mode” will help you reduce your risks of getting pregnant when having sex for fun, while setting it on “baby mode” will help you increase your chances of getting pregnant when planning one.
-Tracking: Mcalc lets you keep a log of your activity for later reference, it’s as simple as tapping a date in our calendar and tick the events that happened that day to save them for further reference.
-Information: Discover new things about menstrual cycles by using Mcalc’s informative pages.
You can learn more about mcalc by visiting our website:
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Due to the ammount of feedback and notes we have had we want to make a few announcements:
Features that we will include in the next version or upcoming updates:
-BUG FIXES: We will try to support more android versions as well as fixing the current bugs on the supported ones ( such as being unable to set a weight over 150lbs and other minor bugs we found on supported versions ) -Tablet version: We will adapt our app so that it can also be used on android tablets
-“Neutral mode/All info mode”: We will add a new mode that is completely neutral to your purposes with the app, that way you can view all the information without Mcalc asking if you are looking to get pregnant or if you are just having sex for fun ( This way we become more inclusive with the Asexual community and every person who just wants to keep a track on their period)
-IOS VERSION!!!!!!!: DUE TO THE HIGH DEMAND WE WILL LAUNCH (in the next couple of days) AN INDIEGOGO CAMPAIGN TO FINANCE THE IOS VERSION, PLEASE STAY TUNED AND FOLLOW SEXMIND ON TUMBLR SO THAT YOU CAN SUPPORT OUR PROJECT AND HELP US SIGNAL BOOST TO MAKE THIS A REALITY FOR IOS PHONES.
we will make all further announcements through our main tumblr, so please follow back if you are interested.
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