How to Use the Mira App

by | May 22, 2018

Whether you’re tracking your cycle for general knowledge, trying to conceive, or to avoid pregnancy, there’s one thing in common: you need to understand your fertility and hormone data.
Tracking your cycle doesn’t have to be a nuance. Unlike some other tracking apps, Mira Fertility makes it easy for you. So, all you have to do is look at the data that’s delivered straight to the palm of your hand. Using AI-technology, we analyze your urine from the Mira wand that’s placed into the Mira Analyzer. Our algorithm then delivers your personal data straight to the Mira App.
Setting up and using the app is simple and we made it easy for you to track your data. Here’s a guideline on how to use the Mira app.

How to Use the Mira App

To use the Mira App, follow these three steps:
  1. Set up
  2. Connect
  3. Track

Set Up the Mira App

First, you’ll need to download the Mira App. You can find the app on the Apple App Store or Google Play. Go ahead and download the app.
Once downloaded, you’ll want to create an account. Creating an account is simple and only takes a few minutes.
When you open the app, you’ll see a screen that says, “Create Account.” Follow the on-screen directions to set up your account.
Plug in your email and create a password that you’ll remember.
Once you’ve created your account, follow the on-screen directions to complete your profile. First, set your goals, which will help you understand when to have sex or to avoid it.
Next, we’ll need to get a little bit of info to help us deliver the most accurate and personalized data. Put in your birth year and last period, which is optional but recommended.
Voila, account created.

Connect the Mira App and Mira Analyzer

Now that you’ve got your account set up. It’s time to connect your Mira Analyzer to the app. It’s super simple.
Make sure your Mira Analyzer is turned on, as well as your Bluetooth settings on both your phone and the Mira device.

Next, the app will search to connect. Once found, a number will show on your screen. Tap if what you see matches.

You’re connected! Now, it’s time to start tracking!

Tracking on the Mira App

Since your device is connected to the app, your data will be delivered over. Your home screen will show personalized data about your fertile window as well as period info, LH Surge, basal body temperature, mucus, and more. Plus, you can plug in notes like mood, travel, food, etc…
Manually inputting your body temperature, mucus, body anatomy and more will help you understand your body’s natural fertility symptoms. This also allows the Mira app to deliver more concise information for your fertility tracking.
To view when you’re ovulating, most fertile, or expecting your period, click on the calendar icon to see the calendar screen.
Here you’ll see notes about your LH Surge, fertile window, when to have sex, and data that’s been logged.
Click on the chart icon to view your cycle, which displays your fertile window and the highest surge of your LH.
In addition to tracking, you’ll find information about fertility, ovulation, pregnancy and more health tips. Click on the book icon to discover helpful health tips and educational articles.
On the app, you can find customer support, questions on how to use the Mira Analyzer, where to purchase more wands, and you can manage your account too. Just click on the “?” icon.
If you have any questions about the Mira App or the Mira Analyzer, feel free to reach out with any questions:

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Ready to easily, precisely, and automatically track your ovulation cycles? Let Mira take the guesswork out of getting pregnant, so you know exactly when to conceive.

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Ready to easily, precisely, and automatically track your ovulation cycles? Let Mira take the guesswork out of getting pregnant, so you know exactly when to conceive.


  1. Laura Gilly

    About ow many wands do you need to use each month?

    • Mira Fertility

      Hi Laura! You will need about 10-20 depending on your cycle length and whether it is irregular or not. The Mira Analyzer and accompanying Mira App will learn your hormone data over time and recommend testing frequency based on this!


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