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The Milk Maid app was designed to help pumping moms manage their stash of breast milk.

* Record pumping sessions and quickly see your inventory of fresh and frozen milk in multiple locations. (Home, work, daycare, etc. Want to add Grandma's house? You can easily add custom locations.)

* Milk Maid keeps track of individual bottles and bags by pumping date so that you can use the oldest milk first. Milk Maid is flexible. You can combine milk from multiple pumping sessions or pour milk from one bottle into multiple bottles and freezer bags.

* Record the bottles and bags used by you or your caregiver each day. Have a business trip? Milk Maid will calculate the average milk you used last week to help you estimate how long your stash will last.

* Set an expiration period for each storage location and Milk Maid will track the expiration time of each bottle/bag in your stash. Browse the stash to see containers that are nearing expiration or expired.

* Use Milk Maid's optional features like the handy timer if your pump does not have one and the Left/Right feature to track each side separately.

* Milk Maid supports oz or mL or both. Milk Maid remembers which units you used last so you don't have to keep entering it over again.

* Browse and edit your entire history of pumpings and feedings.

* Quickly and easily browse your entire inventory of fresh and frozen milk in multiple locations. See the total volume stored in each location.

* Export all data in CSV (spreadsheet) and RTF (word processing) format via email or wifi to share with your caregiver or healthcare provider.

What's New

Version 1.3.6

Update for 64bit devices.

Ratings and Reviews

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Very disappointed in this app, especially since I had to pay for it! I've been using for 2 months and the data is not as accessible or presented in as useful a manner as it could be. Save your money and your time and use a different app to track your pumping - I wish I had!

Freakn' sweet app!


Ok, I admit it. I'm a numbers person. Our baby was born extremely prematurely and milk supply problems were not something I had ever imagined I'd have to deal with, but ghey matter a great deal since milk is medicine for preemies. Pumping really blows and I needed motivation to keep at it. In chart form. This app rocks. It's totally brainless, actually, it is my brain since I have mom brain and can't be counted on to keep on top of pumping times. It tracks everything and I can easily see volume increases from day to day or week to week! I can look at the home screen and know how much time has elapsed since I last pumped, and how much milk I've made that day. I love being at to quickly reference how much milk is stored where and how much the baby has eaten! I honestly think pumping would not have gone as well as it has without the help of this app. It's expensive, as apps go, but extremely cheap based in how heavily I have used it and how easy it has made my life! Thank you so much for making it!!!

Brilliant for those exclusively breastfeeding


This app is so helpful. I'm exclusively breastfeeding my LO, who is a 33 week preemie in the nicu. He is my second baby.

With my first baby, I had notebook paper and pens all over the house which I would use to try and document pumping and feedings. It was a nightmare. Eventually i stopped measuring an soon thereafter I retire from pumping. Nightmare.

The milk maid app changed my world! I always have my iPhone near my breast pump so entering in the data is super convienant. I love that I can customize locations (ie home, hospital, daycare). The timers are a cool feature and the labeling system is great.

Here is what I would change in the next version:

1.Let your users decide if they want to enter data like pumping time and output separately in the two categories of right and left breast. For me, this distinction wasn't necessary and kind of screwed me up. I would rather enter the totals, eg, 15 minutes pumping time, yielding 4 oz. I'm not too concerned about the differences between right and left.

2. Data has to sync between the iPhone and iPad. Yesterday I was using the iPad to enter in pumping data, and then realized it never synced with y iPhone. I'm sure there is a technical suction to this right?

Feel free to contact me to discuss. Otherwise a fab product. Will pass along to friends. Your company should market to hospitals, who are still handing out old fashioned pumping journals.



Michael Kale
7.7 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2010-2016 Michael Kale


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