From the brand chosen by over 400 million expecting parents, BabyCenter's pregnancy tracker and baby development calendar app guides you through the countdown to your baby’s due date – week by week and day by day – with pregnancy tips and fetal development videos timed for each stage of pregnancy.

The BabyCenter app is for every period of the parenting journey:
Whether you’re just beginning to think about getting pregnant, trying to conceive, already pregnant, or maybe just curious about baby growth and development, make the BabyCenter app your go-to source for fertility & ovulation, prenatal, and new baby information.

All health information is reviewed and approved by the BabyCenter Medical Advisory Board.

Pregnancy Tracker and Baby Development Calendar:
Receive perfectly timed information about what to expect throughout your pregnancy by simply entering your baby's due date (or you can use our pregnancy due date calculator to find it).

Get the expert fetal development articles and videos you’d expect from BabyCenter in your daily maternity calendar, an informative countdown to your due date.

You’ll receive a daily pregnancy news feed, food and nutrition ideas, health and pregnancy exercise advice, weekly checklists and reminders, and tips for dealing with morning sickness and other pregnancy symptoms. Learn about prenatal vitamins and healthy snacks and get workout tips to help keep your pregnancy weight gain in a healthy zone.

Explore fun and helpful pregnancy tools like the bumpie photo diary, baby names finder, baby kick counter, contraction timer, and birth plan checklist for expecting mothers.

Once your newborn arrives, your pregnancy app automatically turns into a daily parenting guide, with tools like the baby growth tracker, to support you through your first year as a parent with a new baby, week by week and month by month.

Community Groups for Expecting and New Moms:
Join your birth club to connect with other expecting moms with due dates in the same month. Ask questions, learn from the experiences of others, and share how you feel. Trade tips and advice with other pregnant women about early pregnancy symptoms, ideas for baby names, ultrasound experiences, eating for two, baby products, and much more.

Fertility Tracking, Pregnancy, and Labor Features:
• Ovulation Calculator & Calendar
• Articles and advice about preparing to get pregnant and trying to conceive
• Baby Due Date Calculator
• Bumpie Photo Diary, a simple pregnancy photo tool to capture weekly belly pics and turn them into an amazing time-lapse bumpie video to share, or keep as your personal pregnancy journal
• Contraction Timer
• Baby Kick Counter
• Baby Registry Checklist
• Pregnancy Calendar with hundreds of informative BabyCenter articles
• Inside the Womb videos and Real Childbirth videos
• Fetal Development interactive images
• Baby Names Finder, a place to search for names you might like by meaning, origin, theme, and more

Baby's First Year Features:
• Daily Baby Calendar
• Baby Growth Tracker
• Mommy & Baby activity suggestions
• Sleep Guide and Lullaby Music for babies
• Feeding Guide with breastfeeding and formula tips
• Baby Health & Safety articles and videos
• Baby Care advice and tips for taking care of yourself, too

What’s New

Version 3.20.0

Bug fixes and performance improvements

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
36.9K Ratings
36.9K Ratings
Air Geezy ,

My go to

I’m on my second pregnancy and so this is also the second time I’m running to the baby center website. This time around I’m using the app and my GOD what a savior it is. It keeps me on track with my baby’s growth and what to expect on my end. But it doesn’t end there, there are cute little questions about finding out the baby’s gender to the baby’s father quirks on binge eating along with you.
I didn’t have any support with my daughter in 2013 and didn’t even know how to hold a baby but believe or not there was a video that guided me and my fiancé on the different ways to hold her. I also find videos on how to give her her first bath and what to look out for. I remember receiving emails about what milestones to look out for along my pregnancy and also after she was born.
BUT NOW it’s even better with the app!!!
It’s not like they’re bombarding you with all of these notifications. The only one I get excited for is the only one that they send out to me weekly. They let me know how big my baby is compared to a certain fruit or veggie. They give me facts on when my baby’s starting to hear, drink the amniotic fluid and stretch. They also show a picture of how big my baby is inside of my stomach (in comparison to our size).
I feel so much more at ease knowing that I have the app right at my fingertips to guide me through this pregnancy. Babycenter literally helps me with everything a new or experienced mother needs to remind herself of or get new info on other things.

thessamp ,

I like the app but...

I wish there was a way to say “I am formula feeding, stop giving me breastfeeding advice.” I know that the current advice for babies is to the time a new mother has delivered her new baby, she will have been schooled about the multitude of benefits that baby (and Mom) get from breast milk. However, though this may be the approved advice...not every new Mom is able to (physically) breastfeed, or is planning to breastfeed due to some reason or another. The amount of breastfeeding advice and support is wonderful for new mothers who are trying to begin and stay on that journey with their babies...but for someone who is either unable or unwilling to breastfeed; it can be frustrating or even painful to continue to see breastfeeding tips, advice, etc. I’m not saying that there should not be any advice for BFing mothers...but to continue to see these same articles when you have a baby of 5 months old can be aggravating (or again, painful). It’s such a personal decision...and there is enough shame against women who don’t breastfeed. And at 5 months...a lot of mothers are transitioning from breastfeeding/formula due to wanting their bodies back, frustration, logistics when returning to work, less milk production, and a whole host of other reasons. I can imagine that it would be painful for mothers who are trying to transition to continue to see these articles as well.

rs1201 ,

GREAT APP (1st time pregnant)

We are first time pregnant/parents! I really thought this app was great! The milestones that I would personally hit during my pregnancy were pretty spot on according to the week by week notifications! I found it very cute and exciting to be able to see her growth compared to vegetables and fruit during our pregnancy! We had a lot of fun with it! Our daughter was born 2 days after her due date, so we were able to see where we were at each week on this app! I’m not a huge book person, so this was a much easier way to stay in tune to what already happened or what we could expect to happen! Sometimes we were like, oh that already happened last week or two weeks ago! Other times we would be excited and what was going to happen soon! I thought it was also very helpful because it gave us an idea on what to expect and gave ideas of what to ask the OBGYN doctors and nurses! I have been using it even since she was born and we are going on five months old now! Very helpful app!!! We will definitely use this app for our next pregnancy!


151.6 MB
Health & Fitness

Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


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Age Rating
Rated 12+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
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