BEST PREGNANCY AND BABY APPS FOR THE MILLENNIAL WOMAN

BEST PREGNANCY AND BABY APPS FOR THE MILLENNIAL WOMAN
When I discovered I was pregnant, the first thing I did was to do my research on pregnancy and baby apps I needed to help make my journey an easy one. I learnt to always make good use of the information I can always get for free all thanks to the advancement in technology which has made it very easy to have information at our finger tips.

I downloaded a couple of pregnancy and baby apps and I tried my best to use them as much as I could because if I’m being sincere the information given at the hospital during antenatal visits wasn’t enough as I always felt like the nurses were hoarding some information asides the fact that the time spent for each antenatal visit was usually short. So if you’re like me and you really want to understand the changes happening in your body during pregnancy please keep reading.

PREGNANCY AND BABY APPS FOR EVERY WOMAN

What to expect

 

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The What to expect app is an all in one guide for the millennial woman. You get to see weekly developmental changes via digital illustrations. You get to know how big, or long your baby has grown, don’t forget the countdown, they take the stress of count down off your pregnancy brain. You also have the option of joining a birth club where you can connect with other moms who are expecting their babies same month as you.


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Flo pregnancy tracker

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The Flo app is useful for tracking your menstrual cycle and your pregnancy too. You can change the settings from the menstrual cycle mode to the pregnancy mode at any time. The Flo app provides you with weekly progress reports of your growing foetus and informative articles in the health insights section. You also get to know the size of your baby and some nutritious meal inspirations that are needed for your baby’s development and your own wellbeing.

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Baby center

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With their rich database of information, you can never go wrong.
When you download and open the baby centre app, you’ll be prompted to sign up with your email and a unique password (not your email password) to create your account with them. After signing up and entering your baby’s due date (you can use the due date calculator feature to do this), you’ll have access to week by week and day by day pregnancy tips and fetal development videos timed for each stage of your pregnancy, you will also be sent weekly emails about your baby’s development and informative articles.
You can read as much as you want on the app. There are lots of videos to watch too and you also have the option of joining a birth club if you wish to.
While I was expecting my baby, it was one of my favorite go to source for information.


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Dear moms, what pregnancy apps or websites helped you track your baby’s growth and which one of them was very resourceful? Please share with us, we’d like to know.

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6 Comments

  1. Alaysha
    13th October 2018 / 10:05 pm

    Baby Center was a staple for me. I still use it post baby as well. I also liked using The Bump app too. Great post.

    • Vanessa
      Author
      13th October 2018 / 10:46 pm

      Yes I still use it post baby, I love that app so much. Thanks for sharing Alaysha and thank you for reading too.

  2. Aby
    13th October 2018 / 10:05 pm

    I currently use ovia, baby center and what to expect. Yup! I read from all 3…no such thing as too much information right? Lol

    • Vanessa
      Author
      13th October 2018 / 10:45 pm

      Nahh, there’s no such thing! Thanks for sharing Aby and thank you for reading, I hope you come back soon.

  3. 14th October 2018 / 1:19 pm

    I am using Ela, Ovia, Baby Centre and What To Expect. I just kept downloading all of them..lol. They are my daily go tos for tracking baby growth and development.

    • Vanessa
      Author
      14th October 2018 / 9:59 pm

      Oh! That’s great. I just got to know about Ela from you, I’ll check it out. Baby center seems to be very common. I’m glad you’re tracking your baby’s development, please enjoy your journey. ♥ ♥

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