July 30, 2015
San Francisco-based Glow, which has developed a suite of women's health apps, launched a new app today designed to help women manage their sex life and their menstrual cycle, called Ruby.
"We’re taught in school to avoid, delay having sex for as long as possible, and when the topic of sex comes up in the classroom, it’s introduced as something fearful: ‘If you have sex, you might get pregnant and...
April 23, 2015
Glow has announced that its fertility tracking app will now help men track and troubleshoot their fertility as well. Previously, women could add a partner account to their app for a man, but this account just helped the man support the woman who was tracking her fertility.
In the new update, a man can log his daily activities and enter lifestyle information into the app. Glow will then use this...
February 12, 2015
San Francisco-based Glow, which develops digital health tools for women, has added a new feature to its pregnancy app, Glow Nurture, that helps women who have had a miscarriage.
"Having a miscarriage is a devastating experience," Glow wrote on its App Store description. "... Nurture 2.0 now contains a healing path for any user who experiences this significant loss."
The new feature includes ...
November 19, 2014
Fertility tracking app maker Glow has added a new feature to its app for pregnant women, called Glow Nurture. The app will now offer postpartum support.
The postpartum period refers to the time immediately after the birth of a child and lasts for about six weeks. According to Glow, the emphasis during this time is generally on the baby, but the mother is also recovering. Postpartum depression...
October 2, 2014
San Francisco-based Glow raised $17 million in a round led by Formation 8 with participation from existing investors Founder's Fund and Andreessen Horowitz. This brings Glow's total funding to $23 million.
"If you look at the evolution of our products -- of what we’ve done -- we have gone from fertile health and started evolving and moving towards general women’s health," Glow CEO Mike Huang told...
July 17, 2014
Fertility tracking app maker Glow announced a new app today for pregnant women, called Glow Nurture. The app is only available on iOS, but CEO Mike Huang told MobiHealthNews an Android launch will soon follow.
"Just as people lack info or data about their own fertile health, we very much see this similar trend in pregnancy," Huang said. "The goal for Glow Nurture is: How do we equip the pregnant...