Today is the 103rd anniversary of the first International Women’s Day and this commemorates the strides that women suffragists and advocates have made. While there has been progress on a number of issues, such as wage disparities and crimes against women, there is still more that needs to be done. These efforts are more than just women’s issues, they are global issues concerning human beings of all sexes, ages, and races. Women are not only seen as mothers. They make up a large number of the corporate and working communities. In order to help manage their busy lives, many smartphone apps have been developed to help working women. Here are a few of the highest rated health-related ones:


For working women, the signs of an upcoming period might be a huge annoyance. Being able to track when your period will come, and how long it could last can be extremely convenient. It is able to predict your ovulation and fertility, alerts you when your period is late, and tracks symptoms or moods.

My Fitness Pal

This is a calorie counter that not only tracks your meal intake but also tracks your exercise plan. So, during the day, before you reach for that extra cookie, you can see what sweets you’ve already had for the day.


This completely removes the needs for an old-fashion rolodex. It lets you collect and store all of those business cards you received from your meetings and events.


Don’t know what to wear? This app will tell you. You snap photos of your clothing and this app will pair different pieces together — helping you put together your look for the days you’re in a rush.


When you’re on the go, it can be hard to manage your finances. Mint has an online version that keeps track of your credit card info, checking information, and any debts. Using the app version lets you manage your money from your phone.


Essentially, it's mom's personal assistant. It helps to organize tasks, make a grocery list, and syncs with your Google calendar.The title may be a little misleading, but it can definitely be used by the working woman on the go.


A little personal time in the morning is always a great start to your day. Combining that with yoga just tops everything off to make it better. This app will let you custom make a series of yoga stretches allowing you up to 60 minutes of “pure bliss.”