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This popular app offers a sleek and easy-to-navigate user interface. You can track your baby’s kicks and your weight gain, as well as learn about your baby’s growth through size-specific illustrated charts and images from every angle through every week of your pregnancy. Short of your baby texting you real-time selfies from the womb, this is probably the closest you can get to seeing what your baby looks like through each stage.
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Feed Baby helps parents of newborns keep track of those round-the-clock feedings, diaper changes, pumping sessions, and sleeping. Never forget when your baby last nursed, or how long it lasted, thanks to detailed reports, charts, and graphs that help you visualize your baby’s
Flo is password-protected, so nosy friends, partners, or family won’t know anything about your cycle unless you want them to. You can also sync your data with Apple’s Health app and track your sleep duration, water consumption, and physical activity. For those trying to get pregnant, you can monitor basal temperature, test results, and see the tracker’s estimate of your most fertile days.
It’s unfortunate we need an app like Noonlight, but we’re also glad it’s available to us. It’s basically a silent bodyguard. If you’re walking to your car late at night, open the app and hold down the button until you’re safe. If something happens, Noonlight alerts first responders and sends your location. It also connects with the rest of your devices and easily connects you to help when you need it. If it triggers a false alarm, just text Noonlight your pin and they will confirm you’re safe.
Even if you’re lucky enough not to be emotionally debilitated by the hormonal surges of the contraceptive pill, you still have to contend with the waves of panic that come with forgetting to pop it. iPhone reminders and alarms can too easily be swiped away into the ether, or become a source of office-disrupting embarrassment. But myPill not only fires off silent reminders, it continues to show notifications after you’ve dismissed them. The virtual packet allows you to mark off the pills you’ve taken, meaning you can check whether you really did take “Monday” or simply imagined it (it happens), as well as being able to visualise the month ahead.