For the last year, we’ve been working hard at creating an easy to use, beautiful and incredibly useful mobile tool to help women and their partners understand their bodies and meet their fertility goals. It’s been a crazy ride filled with ups and downs.
A few months ago we started asking the question, “How many women have we helped successfully conceive with Kindara?” When we dug into our data to find the answer, we were excited with what we found.
Yesterday, we were very proud to announce that in the last 12 months alone, we’ve successfully helped more than 10,000 women get pregnant through a better understanding of their bodies. Business Insider reported the story, and this morning we woke up to find that we’re ranked number one on the App Store Free Medical Chart!
We’re number one!
I nearly dropped my phone when I read our daily download report, and I quickly ran and woke up Kati and give her a high five!
This achievement is a great victory towards accomplishing our mission in the world: helping women and their partners get better results with their health by understanding and taking control of their bodies.
This news has me feeling excited and happy and also grateful - we couldn’t have done this without our supporters, fans, Kindara Core, and awesome user community. You’ve helped us craft our product, sent us amazing feedback, and shared Kindara with your friends. This achievement belongs to you! Thank you for helping us positively touch the lives of so many people.
Once we stop jumping around and high-fiving each other here in the office (which honestly could take some time) we’ll be back at work making the app more useful and engaging, tweaking our upcoming Android release, and creating other beautiful and well-designed products to make it easier for women to manage their health.
Please take some time to celebrate with us today - tweet, share and pinstagram this post all over the internet, and thanks for being on this crazy ride with us! We’re excited about what’s up next as we create the future of women’s health :)
Community Manager Courtney Miller and CTO James Gardner celebrating the news