Top 5 Best Free Pregnancy Apps for iPhone & Android

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Whether you are having a baby or trying to, your life is going to change. A child makes everything different even if you don’t think it will. You’ll need all the help you can get adjusting, so try out some of these free apps. Some of them will give you advice on how to handle the first few months with your newest roommate and others will act as a guide for when is the best time for you to get pregnant. All of them will work to make the process easier.


1. Preggie

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Preggie acts like a social media site for moms, first time and veterans. Chat, ask for advice and make new friends all in one place. The main page acts like a Facebook newsfeed. People can post photos, videos and personal stories and you can like or comment on them. You can post your own news or go to a profile of a mom and send a message. Set up fun meetings with other moms in your area and make the whole process feel less lonely.

Download it here for Apple.

Download it here for Android.

Pros:

  • Connect with people in your area
  • Post to your newsfeed
  • Send private messages to your mom

Cons:

  • Have to sign up for an account
  • Location sometimes doesn’t work
  • Can be hard to navigate

2. Ovia Fertility

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Trying to get pregnant can be just as stressful as getting ready for birth. Sometimes it seems like an impossible task, but Ovia Fertility is there to help you with the process. Track your cycle using the handy calendar, and get your daily fertility score. Everything is color coded so it is easy to read and you can connect to an Apple Watch or FitBit to get more accurate results. Make an account and type in everything you usually go through during the month. Note how your mood is and if you’re experiencing any headaches or neck cramps. The app will keep track of everything your body is going through and let you know the best times to get pregnant.

Download it here for Apple.

Download it here for Android.

Pros:

  • Easy to input information
  • Color coded
  • Gives daily fertility score

Cons:

  • Takes a long time to download
  • Can be hard to navigate
  • Can be a big inaccurate

3. Full Term

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While Ovia helps you get pregnant, Full Term is there once it is time to give birth. Use the reference tab to get advice and ideas on how your pregnancy will go and what to expect. Then when it comes time for the big day, use the Contraction timer to note when and how long your contractions are. That makes it easy for you to know when it is time to head for the hospital and how far away your new baby is. Write the duration, intensity and even a note and share the information with your doctor.

Download it here for Apple.

Download it here for Android.

Pros:

  • Keep track of all contractions
  • Note the amount of times the baby kicks
  • Get information and advice

Cons:

  • Can be hard to navigate
  • Have to remember to stop timer
  • Can’t access from multiple devices

4. Baby Bump Pregnancy Pro

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Baby Bump will take care of you during your entire pregnancy. Write in the journal about how you’re feeling each day, and get tips for each week of the journey. Take photos of the growth each week and upload them to your account. The app will give you an approximation of how many days you have left and let you know which trimester you’re in and what to expect. If you’re a man and a woman you love is expecting, you can get the app as well and get a better idea of what she’s going through.

Download it here for Apple.

Download it here for Android.

Pros:

  • Gives tips for each week of pregnancy
  • Can upload weekly photos
  • Get approximation of how many days you have left

Cons:

  • Can be hard to navigate
  • Isn’t much use after your due date passes
  • Ends at week 42

5. My Pregnancy Today

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Get weekly updates on how you should be doing and advice on anything from where to get a maternity bra to what kind of prenatal vitamin to look for. You can join groups with other pregnant women in your area and start a community. Get a pregnancy checklist and see everything you should be doing each week. You can also track your kicks and contractions when the time comes. Make a baby wish list and use the product search to find the best things for your child.

Download it here for Apple.

Download it here for Android.

Pros:

  • Pregnancy check list makes it easy to know if you’re on track
  • Get daily and weekly advice
  • Take photos of your baby bump and post them

Cons:

  • Can be a bit hard to navigate
  • Sometimes log in doesn’t work
  • Takes awhile to download

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techieburp

This post is very helpful to women for suggest new baby names, prenatal fitness, and also helpful to track every moment of your pregnancy.

Thanks for sharing

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