Pittsburgh, PA, February 17, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- TRA Partners LLC has released the new RhythmDaddy iPhone app, which helps men keep track of their partner's fertility with alerts that keep things from getting heavy. Understanding each stage of his significant others' cycle is important for any man interested in trying to become a father, or put it off a little longer. What's different about this app is the lighthearted and entertaining tone, designed to help men laugh about something that can, at times, be awkward. Interested parties can learn more at www.rhythmdaddy.com
RhythmDaddy's calendar, once populated with the female partner's basic information, will generate either text or sound notifications that keep track of her approximate fertility,so that a couple may try to conceive or avoid on certain days.The app's funny tone offsets the seriousness of potential parenthood. Instead of "your partner might be fertile today" the app tells you "forecast calls for rain." The man will get the message, maybe laugh, and be reminded of his partner's fertility.
"Whether you're looking to conceive, or simply avoid, the probability of success resides in accurate data, so adjusting the settings is recommended to ensure a greater degree of confidence in your weekly decisions, says RhythmDaddy's official instructions "Obviously, the natural way to avoid unwanted pregnancy is to abstain from intercourse with your partner during fertile days."
RhythmDaddy's lighthearted alerts keep men up to date with their partner's fertility. It's important for men to remember this information, and that their partner may be more fertile some days than others. This can also help men make better decisions and avoid seeming "clueless." Take a look at the new iPhone app by clicking:http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/rhythmdaddy/id523586258?ls=1&mt=8
TRA Partners LLC