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BEIKS Introduces Woman Calendar, Ovulation Tracker for Natural Family Planning, to Windows Mobile Pocket PCs and Updates Windows PC Version

DALLAS (May 5, 2005) - - BEIKS LLC, the world leader in reference and language titles for mobile devices, announces it has launched versions of its popular Woman Calendar fertility tracker for desktop PCs and Windows Mobile PDAs. Woman Calendar aims to help women and families practicing Natural Family Planning by enabling them to accurately predict fertility and period cycles. Whether the goal is to become pregnant or avoid pregnancy, plan a trip or simply keep away from the artificial chemical concentratives, the Woman Calendar offers a convenient and powerful means to efficiently manage a “natural family planning lifestyle.”

Anyone with a Windows-based desktop or laptop computer can use the PC version of Woman Calendar for natural family planning, enabling users to record information regarding menstrual cycles, OB/GYN appointments, personal notes, and other information that can be used to make wise decisions. Depending on the used ovulation prediction method (temperature or calendar), the Woman Calendar will chart the results and predict current and future fertility and period dates. Woman Calendar will also print the standard ovulation charts such as the ones used by OB-GYN doctors.

For those with active lifestyles or who travel regularly, it is even more convenient to carry Woman Calendar on a handheld computer. Palm OS users have used Woman Calendar for years, and now Windows Mobile Pocket PC device users will also be able to record and track their fertility cycles accurately with the newly released Woman Calendar for Pocket PC. The mobile versions of Woman Calendar combine mobile data access with the ability to synchronize data between the handheld and Windows PC versions, allowing users to maintain and access their records anytime/anywhere.

“More and more people turn to Natural Family Planning every day for making wise decisions about when and how to have children,” said Svilen Stoyanov, product manager for Woman Calendar in BEIKS LLC. “Software applications for ovulation calendars and fertility prediction help individuals take better control of their lives. Amazingly, a large percentage of our customers who have purchased Woman Calendar are men, demonstrating that they are very involved in the family planning decisions in their households.”

The stand-alone Windows version of Woman Calendar retails for $19.95, while the handheld versions retail for $14.95. A bundle of the Windows version with a handheld version retails for $24.95.

Woman Calendar can be found, downloaded and purchased from the product page on the BEIKS website at


BEIKS LLC ( is a privately-held company with headquarters in Dallas. The company specializes in developing and distributing essential applications for mobile platforms such as Palm OS®, Windows CE®, Sharp Zaurus® and J2ME®. Founded in 1997, the company is best known for its BDicty Dictionary Reader, one of the most popular dictionaries for handheld devices on the market. Beiks' product list now includes a growing catalog of over 250 titles across all major mobile platforms. Those include the award-winning BEIKS Dictionary Reader dictionary series, games such as NetWalk and Karateka, the Wall Street Financial Assistant business calculator, the Woman Calendar personal organizer and many others.

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