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Cycle Technologies Announces Newly Optimized Mobile Website This Fall
Date:11/15/2013

(PRWEB) November 15, 2013

Cycle Technologies, the company that makes and distributes the popular CycleBeads natural family planning tools, announced that the CycleBeads.com website has been mobile optimized. With the newly optimized website, it will be easier for people to access information about this family planning method, screen themselves for using the method, and use the CycleBeads Online service to plan or prevent pregnancy on their mobile phones or other devices.

According to recent surveys more than 95 million adults in the U.S. now use their phones for “health purposes” and many are bringing them in when they talk to their doctors.

“I’ve had patients texting and on the internet in the middle of an exam. My patients never put down their phones. This makes total sense,” says Wendy W. a midwife in Ukiah, CA.

The company streamlined the website to key pages and ensured that women who are using the CycleBeads Online web service, would be able to see their information clearly and accurately on any mobile device.

“More than half the people coming to our website are using mobile phones, so it’s critical that the site is mobile optimized. We want anyone that is accessing our website, to be able to use it efficiently whether a woman is trying to find a health provider in her area who offers this family planning method, or just wants to log into her online account; she can do all this right from her phone,” says Leslie Heyer, President of Cycle Technologies.

The CycleBeads website and the CycleBeads Online service were both designed and optimized in partnership with Three of Change, a digital animation and production design studio.

About the Company:

Cycle Technologies’ mission is to bring to market products that help people live healthier lives. Cycle Technologies is the manufacturer and distributor of CycleBeads®, CycleBeads® Online, and iCycleBeads™ smartphone apps, patented tools based on the Standard Days Method® of family planning. These products provide women with easy to use information that allows them to plan or prevent pregnancy naturally. As a fertility awareness-based family planning option, CycleBeads educates women about their cycles and helps them manage their fertility without chemicals or hormones. It fulfills an unmet need for a natural family planning method that is easy to use, inexpensive, side effect-free, and highly effective. Women all over the world use these simple tools to help them understand their cycles and easily identify the days when pregnancy is possible.

For more information, please visit http://www.cyclebeads.com/.

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