Natural Cycles, an app that monitors a woman's ovulation according to her basal body temperature, has recently been approved by health organizations as the world's first contraception software

Whether you’re trying to get pregnant or prevent it, you can now rely on a fancy app to help you out. This new app has a highly complex algorithm that can monitor the fertility of any female to tell her when she’s most and least likely to get pregnant. As a result, it’s become the very first Tuv Sud approved contraception software on the market. Natural Cycles has been around since 2013, and it’s already gained an impressive 300,000 users worldwide, and rapidly growing in the UK with over 10,000 new users per month, with more women in the UK using the app than any other country in Europe. The app was developed by Elina Berglund, a 32-year-old physicist in Switzerland alongside her husband Dr. Raoul Scherwitzl, a postdoctoral researcher.

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