Apps Trader Logo

wCalFree

Version 2.00

Content Rating 12+

User Rating 2 / 5

Votes 45

wCalFree

Eric Da Cunha

Health & Fitness, Lifestyle

IOS
AUD 0.00


Download wCalFree on the Appstore





wCalFree is a special calendar for tracking period days.
In order to help for medical records, prevent unexpected surprises and plan for future events with all the knowledge. It's a camp assistant for Miss, Mrs or Mr.

An ad-free, enhanced version is also available: wCal.

Instructions:
All operations are done on a month view.
On the opening, the current month is displayed.
Right and left arrows navigate to next or previous month.

Tap on a date: to mark it in red or deselect it.

Current day is written in blue.

Future occurrences will be displayed in purple.

The cycle length automatically refines with the complete history.


WARNING: This App is for iOS 8 and higher.

Keywords : Menstrual calendar, period calendar, cycles, menses.



Release Notes


64b version for iOS11.



wCalFree screenshot onewCalFree screenshot twowCalFree screenshot threewCalFree screenshot four


The Developer Eric Da Cunha also wrote the apps listed below, click the icon to visit the pages.

wCalFree
wCalFree

Free
wCalFree is a special calendar for tracking period days.
In order to help for medical records, prevent unexpected surprises and plan for future events with all the knowledge. It's a camp assistant for Miss, Mrs or Mr.

An ad-free, enhanced version is also available: wCal.

Instructions:
All operations are done on a month view.
On the opening, the current month is displayed.
Right and left arrows navigate to next or previous month.

Tap on a date: to mark it in red or deselect it.

Current day is written in blue.

Future occurrences will be displayed in purple.

The cycle length automatically refines with the complete history.


WARNING: This App is for iOS 8 and higher.

Keywords : Menstrual calendar, period calendar, cycles, menses....
Qiblih
Qiblih

$4.49
Qiblih is, in the Bahá'í Faith, the direction that should be faced during prayers.

It points to the Shrine of Bahá'u'lláh, near `Akká.

You no longer need an astrolabe or another costly device. Your iPhone can help you.

Depending on your model, there are 2 options :
- With an iPhone 3GS (or higher model) and its integrated compass, just wait one or two seconds and your device will point the Qiblih.
The screen displays "Delta" with angular difference.

- With an older model or an iPod Touch, you'll need a real compass to find magnetic north. Then set the top of your device pointing the same direction. The arrow on the device will show you the Qiblih direction.
The screen displays "Compass bearing" with magnetic declination included.

No network access is required if you have GPS on your unit.

Double tap on the compass to change its aspect....