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Pregnancy & Baby | What to Expect

By Everyday Health, Inc.

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From the world's most trusted pregnancy brand "What to Expect When You're Expecting", this app guides you through pregnancy day-by-day and week-by-week (even hour-by-hour!). Based on your due date, you'll receive personalized content, the latest parenting news and health information, and access to a tight-knit community of other parents and moms-to-be like you. You’ll get brand new tools and support to help you prepare and feel in control every step of the way – helping you achieve a happy, healthy pregnancy. Once baby is born, you’ll get answers, advice, and guidance as you navigate life as a new parent.

Feature Highlights:

· Personalized daily tracker shows your week and day of pregnancy, baby's development measured in fruit sizes, and a countdown to your due date
· Emotional support in a personalized, daily feed with fresh curated content including pregnancy tips, reasons to smile every day, health news, and passionate stories from real parents
· Beautiful, clear, and informative week-by-week development info, helping you understand your changing body and the latest on baby's development through each stage
· America's favorite week-by-week pregnancy videos help you understand your changing body and the latest on baby's development through each stage
· Community photo sharing lets you connect with other moms in a whole new way – sharing photos, stories, advice in real-time, and arranging meet-ups with moms like you.
· Find the right group for you based on your birth month, location, interest, medical condition, parenting style, and more!

We appreciate your feedback and we're working hard to bring you even more updates soon. Go to Settings > Send Us Feedback to submit your suggestions, fun ideas and bug reports - we'd love your help building the best app experience possible for What to Expect users.

What's New in Version 6.3.1

**Now a universal app so you can track your pregnancy and/or baby on both your iPhone and iPad!

- Better performance and crash fixes for the community section of the app
- You asked for it - now you can report the birth of your baby from the settings screen (just look for the stork!), and you won’t be prompted to do so before week 38.

We appreciate your feedback and we’re working hardtop bring you even more updates soon. Go to [Settings > Send Us Feedback] to submit your fun suggestions and bug reports - we’d love your help building the best app experience out there


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Customer Reviews

Love it but lacks in certain areas

I do love this app. It's very informative and helpful and the articles are cute and right in point (at least for me) as to what I was/am going through with my pregnancy. However, the blog section needs a little "supervision" as what is fact and myth or just outright wrong. Also, some of the girls turn it into a gab fest and start bashing the one girl who admitted to smoking a cigarette or admits to having some issue that is private and she shares with the blog, thinking she might get support and help but instead gets harassed. I've seen it happen and I have even left more then a couple groups because of it. Like the "complications group" for example, some women are just looking for some support and someone to talk to who has MAYBE been through something similar. She's going through enough. She doesn't need to be talked down upon because others now know something personal and private about someone else. The blogs are just an excuse -in my opinion- to act like a bunch of teenage high school brats all over again. And please don't get me wrong..there are some good groups out there. You just have to find it and soft through all the drama. The app is overall very nice to have throughout my pregnancy.

Decent app, but room for improvement

Daily articles - they're okay, but are a little lacking in real content. A few good articles here & there. My big issue with the articles is they are very "by the book", so I've noticed they will say eating certain foods is okay just because the FDA has approved them (see article on sugar alternatives), but if you're someone that really researches what is healthy to eat & what's not, some of the advice is questionable. Same issues with their exercise articles. Yes, they encourage exercise, but stuff like walking & prenatal swim or prenatal yoga (which are good options), but they never talk about running, elliptical, aerobics, circuit training or any of the other highly beneficial exercises you can do during pregnancy so long as you aren't high risk.

My other issue is the products they promote. A lot of the products are made in China, which is a huge area of concern for me, as I won't give my baby anything from China. They promote the typical baby brands but leave out many Eco-friendly or better alternatives to the mainstream products.

I like the countdown feature & I think the measurements they give week by week are more accurate than other apps. Good app but tremendous room for improvement. And sadly, this is one of the better baby apps.

It serves it's purpose

I used this app through my pregnancy and it served its purpose, but it wasn't great. It helped me keep track of things and it was fun to watch the weekly video about the baby's progress. I liked most of the articles, but a word of caution: make sure you are taking classes and doing research using reliable sources. You are paying your doctor or midwife, so you should be talking to them about your questions and concerns about labor. I found it sad that so many women ask questions on message boards about things they should be talking to their doctor about. Also, sometimes the articles are poorly written and not very supportive. The "tips for dad" were unhelpful and patronizing. There was recently an article about how to know you're in labor and it would say things like "ouch, you're in labor", or "yikes! You're in labor!" Not very reassuring. Overall, the app is good for keeping track of development and for fun articles, but make sure you aren't taking the advice and articles as law.

Pregnancy & Baby | What to Expect
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Updated:
  • Version: 6.3.1
  • Size: 36.7 MB
  • Languages: English, Bokmål, Norwegian, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Vietnamese
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Rated 12+ for the following:
  • Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
  • Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity

Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

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