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Posted 03 April 2012 - 04:48 PM
I am new to this site, I only signed up a few minutes ago. I have been using the EB Egg Timer app on my iPhone and I have noticed a glitch and I'm not sure if it's happening just on my phone, or on the app in general?! The chart for April is listing two Sunday 1 April's. When I try to chart my temperature for Monday, it adds it under the second Sunday 1 April, and when I try to chart my temperature for today (Tuesday 3 April) it adds it under Monday. When I hover above my temperature on the chart, it shows the temperature on the correct day in a little blue box but still remains in the wrong column according to the day. I hope this all makes sense!
If anyone else is having this problem, can they please let me know? I have an irregular cycle and I am relying on this info to be as accurate as possible.
Thanks in advance!
Posted 06 April 2012 - 01:41 PM
I was using the EB app until I got a glitch in mine and everything i'd input for Feb disappeared when the month moved to March. I use the Fertility Friend app (links with your account on the computer too) and it is much more reliable. It also predicts things like your ovulation date etc etc.
Hope that helps
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