Skip to main Content Alaska News Alaska Life Politics Opinions Sports Talk to us SIGN IN Account Info Customer Service Sign Out ☒ Please enter a valid password. Welcome back. Sign in to your account below. Thank you for supporting local news. Need an account? Sign up Local Anchorage | Anchorage 65°F Anchorage: 65°F Subscribe Obituaries e-Edition Sponsored Content Real Estate/Open Houses Nation/World Author: Reed Albergotti, The Washington Post Customers enter the Apple store in New York in 2018. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File) Customers enter the Apple store in New York in 2018. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File) Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share via Email Share on Tumblr Share on Reddit Share on LinkedIn Share on Google Plus Print article Clue, a popular app women use to track their periods, has risen to near the top of Apple’s Health and Fitness category. It could be downhill from here. Apple plans this month to incorporate some of Clue’s core functionality such as fertility and period prediction into its own Health app that comes pre-installed in every iPhone and is free, unlike Clue, which earns money by selling subscriptions and services in its free app. Apple’s past incorporation of functionality included… Read full this story
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