How the Flutter App Is Changing Women’s Health with Artificial Intelligence [Carnival.io]
January 25, 2017
It’s hard to imagine managing health and fitness effectively without a mobile device. Between fitness trackers, food tracking apps, heart rate monitors, sleep trackers and beyond, our devices have become a critical tool in managing our daily and long-term health.
Jason Curry knows this better than anyone. He is the co-founder of Flutter, a life-changing app for women that serves as a period tracker and health management system all in one. It is changing what’s possible with mobile health apps by using AI to prevent and detect serious reproductive conditions. Many apps claim to change the world, but Flutter actually is one woman at a time.
We recently caught up with Jason, who also has a rich history in mobile app development, to talk everything from building apps at his agency Faction Studio, advice for building app audiences, mobile trends, and more.
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