Baby Tracker from WhatToExpect.com
By Everyday Health, Inc.
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Wondering if your newborn’s getting enough to eat? Sleeping enough? Growing and hitting milestones fast enough? Keep track of every amazing moment of your little one’s first 12 months of life with the FREE What to Expect Baby Tracker — your mobile partner in parenting. Stay on top of your little one’s schedule and pick up practical tips and reassuring advice on all things baby with this new app from Heidi Murkoff and her best-selling parenting guide, What to Expect the First Year.
At home or on-the-go, you'll find everything you need to know to help you make the most of your baby's first year — right at your fingertips. You’ll get:
• A personalized tracker for keeping tabs on feeding and sleeping sessions, diaper changes, vaccinations, and more
• A month-by-month guide to baby development and behavior
• Practical advice on baby care, doctor visits, colic, and more
• Ideas for games and activities, no matter how old your baby is
• Access to the What to Expect message boards so you can get support and ideas from other baby mamas (and dads)
• And much, much more!
Download the free Baby Tracker today so you can start feeling like a parenting pro — and start capturing every magical moment of your child’s first year. And join Heidi and a whole community of other new moms and dads — and their babies — at WhatToExpect.com.
What's New in Version 1.0.5
-New tab navigation
-Bug fixes and maintenance
Was great, now annoying w/admarvel
I have been using this since my son was born in June. It has been a great tool and my most used app. I do agree with others that the following would be REALLY useful:
1) add half ounces to bottle quantities
2) show total ounces for day
3) show pump times for breastfeeding moms! And amount pumped.
Despite the great functionality of the app, since the latest upgrade I have regularly been getting popups from admarvel. They only say "APP" and don't seem to affect my phone, but its really, really annoying. I don't have popups for anything on my phone except alerts that I have specifically chosen. Now suddenly I'm getting these, and have no way to turn them off. I really don't want to, but I will remove this app if it's the only solution. I would even happily pay for a version that doesn't have these popups - even with the ads at the bottom - they are THAT annoying to me.
Easy to use app with 1 major BUG & 2 flaws
Buttons and user interface is easy to use/navigate and is great for tracking baby's needs for feeding, sleeping, diapers & vaccines.
MAJOR BUG: in the middle of inputting data it'll take you out of the app to a Jarritos You Tube online. It's so frequent & annoying you'll start looking for another app to use.
2 FLAWS: you can't pause the timer during a feeding, and many babies take breaks so this is a major need.
You cant download/export data to view on a chart which helps you see a pattern in sleep/eat habits.
SUGGESTION: I also suggest the capability to note things while sleep timer is running. Such as the baby woke up crying for 5 mins & put self back to sleep, etc. this helps me see any patterns in sleep habits rather than writing it in the notes section.
I never write reviews but this app has been such a lifesaver since I downloaded it. I have one month old twins and nurse them at the same time. I tried so many different ways and apps in the first two weeks to track their feedings, sleeping, and diaper changes. This is the only app that has worked for me. It makes it so easy to go back and forth between each child and I love using the timer so that I don't have to pay attention to the time I started nursing, which is hard in the middle of the night. Great app especially for moms of multiples.
- Category: Health & Fitness
- Updated: Aug 08, 2012
- Version: 1.0.5
- Size: 7.4 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Everyday Health, Inc.
- Copyright © 2013 Everyday Health, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.