Beijing-based menstruation period tracking app maker Dayima has received US$30 million series C financing, led by Ceyuan Ventures, according to a company announcement.
Sequoia Capital and Bertelsmann Asia Investments also participated.
Previously, Dayima received US$5 million series A financing led by Bertelsmann and Zhen Fund in April 2013. Five months later, Dayima received US$10 million series B round from Sequoia, Bertelsmann and Zhen Fund in September.
Launched in 2012, Dayima has registered users of 45 million, with daily active users of 3.2 million. The app provides menstruation tracking and female health tips.