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In 2014, the Bonzun app was launched to target pregnant woman. It acts as a personal pregnancy coach with symptom checker, so women get the required help and know when to seek emergency care.
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When I found out I was pregnant, like many women, I downloaded a couple of apps—BabyCenter and What to Expect (the latter is owned by Mashable’s parent company)—to track my pregnancy. I loved learning that my baby was the size of a chia seed, and then a lentil, and then a blueberry. But I hadn’t considered the ramifications of updates when a pregnancy may not be viable.
Even if you don't resort to extraordinary measures, getting pregnant the old-fashioned way can get ... complicated. Let tech help out.
Looking to plan a pregnancy, or prevent one? Get an assist from one of these cycle-tracking apps.
The fertility awareness methods they use are real science, but the apps haven’t shown they can deliver the same standard of care.
Investors are pouring money into apps that allow women to track their fertility. Can tech companies use data to change the world of women’s reproductive health?
Pregnancy-related apps are not a niche category. According to a 2013 report by Citrix, a software company that tracks app usage, pregnancy-related apps were more popular than fitness apps. And at the Apple iTunes store, four of the top 10 paid medical apps are currently baby-related, including My Baby’s Beat, Baby Connect and Baby Heartbeats.
For whatever your pregnancy and parenting needs are, better believe there’s an app for it. Here, our favorite mom and dad helpers.
Aaptiv offers a safe, effective maternity fitness program designed and led by expert pre- and post-natal certified trainers. Each workout is progress toward a healthy pregnancy and a strong delivery.
BabyBump is a pregnancy app that keeps you informed about your pregnancy and provides feature-rich tracking tools.
Fertility awareness methods and apps can help women better understand their bodies, are relatively cost-effective, and have no side-effects. Yet at the same time, the apps rely on dedicated daily monitoring and data entry, and strictly abstaining from unprotected sex for several days each month.
Put on your headphones and drift into deep relaxation as you focus on having a positive and rewarding pregnancy.
Totally Pregnant gives you what you need, right when you need it. Pregnancy jeans? Recipes for morning sickness? Vlogs with real talk from moms-to-be all around the world? Yep, this pregnancy app has all that and more - The Bump