Boulder, Colorado-based Kindara, which offers fertility tracking tools, has raised $5.3 million in a round led by Boston Seed Capital with participation from SOS Ventures, Good Works Ventures, PV Ventures, MENA Venture Investments, and 62 Mile Ventures. The funding included the conversion of $1.9 million in convertible notes.
This brings the company’s total funding to at least $6.5 million to date.
“The Kindara platform gives [women] an unprecedented level of insight, support, and empowerment when making decisions around achieving or avoiding pregnancy,” Kindara CEO Will Sacks said in a statement. “This recent round of funding will allow us to extend our lead in this movement and expand beyond fertility to provide lifetime support for women’s health and wellness.”
Kindara offers a fertility tracking app which collects a number of health metrics including temperature, cervical fluid, menstruation, and sex. Sacks told MobiHealthNews last year that Kindara’s app user base mix includes about 65 percent trying to get pregnant, 25 percent trying to avoid pregnancy, and about 10 percent using Kindara to understand some kind of cycle problem, which may be because of thyroid issues, endometrioisis, or any number of conditions. Keep reading>>