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Your Clue period tracking data, coming soon to Apple’s Health app

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The Clue team just watched the keynote from Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, and you better believe we are excited.

Why?

First, seeing the Clue logo on the big screen (bottom left):

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And second - and most importantly - hearing that reproductive health and period tracking will be included in the next major update to HealthKit as part of iOS9.

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It's a wonderful opportunity for our users to see their period tracking information mapped along with their other health and fitness data, so they can gain a better understanding of their overall health.

Clue already gives the option to add basal body temperature tracking into the Health app, and we can't wait to connect this latest integration.

Stay tuned…

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