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Can anyone recommend a good pregnancy app for the iphone?

(5 Posts)
MrsFC Wed 26-May-10 14:23:33

I paid a whole £1.59 for 'expecting' and frankly, it's not that great... Does anyone else have any recommendations?

Thank you so much

Trillian42 Wed 26-May-10 15:26:52

What to expect when you're expecting is free (or it was 7 months ago) and is pretty good, or iPregnancy isn't bad either.

Thandeka Wed 26-May-10 15:32:36

post birth i recommend "total baby".

it easily tracks, feeds, nappies, sleep, medicine whatever- our DD was in NICU and then lost too much weight so being able to know she had enough wet nappies (to prove to annoying HCP's who kept trying to readmit us!) or that her last feed was 4hours ago so i needed to wake her up was really useful, then it helped me monitor her intake of top ups/feeding time to see patterns [dork first time mum emoticon].

I used it from about week 3 to week11 of DD's life (feed recording only, never bothered to record her sleep- although i might start with that soon to see patterns!, and once the hospital got off our backs a bit re. weight gain I stopped bothering to record her nappies) and it was soooo reassuring but only if you are into that sort of thing!

frazzledali Thu 27-May-10 14:51:07

I love the tracker on the (free) What to Expect app, and love that you can look at the forums and laugh marvel at all the astonishing names the Americans are planning to give their babies. Fury, anyone?

I don't think iPregnancy is brilliant, but I do like the photos/drawings on there, and the trimester indicator.

gigglyapp Sat 08-Oct-16 15:07:30

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