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Download the Clue press kit

(Last updated 23.12.2019)

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This press kit includes Clue logos, Clue app screenshots, lifestyle photos of people using Clue, and headshots of Clue's senior team.

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If you can't find what you're looking for, please contact press@helloclue.com

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Publications

Clue has been prominently featured in

March 2019

Quartz

Are fertility- and period-tracking apps feminist?

Quartz
March 2019

November 2019

Business Insider

A study of 68,000 people determined what men and women look for most in a casual partner, and it's not intelligence or kindness

Business Insider
November 2019

June 2019

STAT

This period-tracking app company is trying to help scientists study the effects of weather, seasons, and exercise on fertility

STAT
June 2019

July 2019

The Verge

DATA FROM HEALTH APPS OFFERS OPPORTUNITIES AND OBSTACLES TO RESEARCHERS - Tons of information just waiting to be analyzed

The Verge
July 2019
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