Kindara

By Aditi Pai August 19, 2015
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...
By Brian Dolan October 7, 2014
Boulder, Colorado-based fertility tracking company Kindara unveiled its first device this week, a smartphone-enabled fertility thermometer called Wink. The device is available for preorders at a $79 pricepoint, which will increase to $129 at retail. Kindara also raised an additional $700,000 in funding in August from SOS Ventures, Drummond Road Capital, Vast Ventures and various angels. The...
By Aditi Pai May 13, 2014
Boston-based fertilty tracker company Ovatemp launched its app today. The app is designed to help women conceive naturally, based on a process called Fertility Awareness Method (FAM). So far Ovatemp has received $700,000 in angel funding. While Ovatemp said its FAM process is based on traditional Chinese medicine, according to Planned Parenthood there are multiple methods of FAM. All methods...
By Aditi Pai March 3, 2014
Last year, MobiHealthNews pointed out that although digital health fertility services have been around since at least 2009, digital health fertility tools were showing signs of early market traction by focusing on conception. The companies we discussed at the time were Kindara, Ovuline, and DuoFertility, which all aimed to help women with conception. Since then, other companies that focused on...
By Jonah Comstock April 17, 2013
The most important thing about a thermometer isn't that it takes your temperature. What's important about a thermometer, according to Kinsa Health founder Inder Singh, is that it's already the go-to device for home diagnosis of illness. "The thermometer is the single most important device," Singh told MobiHealthNews, "the first device any parent or doctor uses to confirm illness." The product...
By Brian Dolan January 17, 2013
Digital health apps and services for health issues related to pregnancy, fertility, and conception have been available for years now. Even way back in early 2009 when we conducted our very first health and medical apps report we found that already 250 apps related to women's health issues were available for iPhone users. Our most recent count puts the figure closer to 1,000. Beyond apps there is...

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