Ovuline, a company that uses big data and machine learning to address women’s health issues, has launched its Ovia Pregnancy app for iOS devices, which it says is smarter than the average pregnancy tracker.
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Ovia Pregnancy offers soon-to-be parents daily updates on their situation such as the baby’s size and development, and will also provide “critical health alerts” of pregnancy risks based on each user’s specific data – things like where they are in the pregnancy, Body Mass Index (BMI), age, personal goals, and other health data.
As well as providing user-specific pregnancy tracking features, the app also acts as a repository for more than 400 pregnancy-related articles and tools.
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