In line with Beau Johnson’s comment: Hrmph! There are dozens if not hundreds (well, bunches, anyway) of apps to log/chart/predict menstrual cycles [okay, yes, finally; I know Health on iOS debuted with nothing related to women’s health, please don’t hit me] that would have been of great use once upon a time (if only to know when to warm up the hot water bottle ahead of time), but for mates of women with menopause? Bupkis. Nada. Zip. Okay, a few crappy apps that try to get you to pay $2.99 for information you can find on WebMD, but otherwise, forget it. C’mon, developers, write something for the Boomers while we still have money!

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