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WebMD Baby

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Description

WebMD Baby in the News

"It is arguably more practical and useful than many of the others combined."
-- NYTimes

WebMD Baby "will significantly lighten up your diaper bag"
-- Consumer Reports

"New parents can rest easy with this great app"
-- Appolicious

"I will probably find myself reading one of those featured articles on one my many sleepless nights!"
-- USA Today



The new WebMD Baby app has quick access to trusted and physician-approved baby health and wellness information anytime, anywhere. Personalized for a baby’s specific age, the WebMD Baby app delivers timely physician-approved guidance, helping parents stay informed and one step ahead of their baby’s growth and development.

Featuring 400 articles, 598 tips, 70 videos, and 5 tools!

In baby’s first year, parents will receive:
- 52 weekly featured multimedia content packages programmed for the baby's first year
- 365 physician approved daily tips programmed every day

In baby’s second year, parents will receive:
- 12 monthly content packages programmed for the baby's second year
- 84 tips programmed monthly during the baby's second year.

WebMD Baby is also a personal baby book, allowing parents to organize and share baby’s memorable moments as they happen.


Key Features:
Growth Tracker, Diaper Tracker, Sleep Tracker, Feeding Tracker

Baby Book:
Capture and record a baby's key memories and milestones. Fill in the Baby Book by associating memories with text, photos or videos. Add caption and assign each photo or video to a section of a Baby Book chapter. Share each memory via email and Facebook. View the Baby Book slideshow by swiping photos and videos in sequential order. Baby Book is comprised of 8 chapters with ability to add custom titles within each chapter:

• My Arrival: The first journey from Mommy's belly to the trip home.
• My Firsts: From first toys to first crawl to the first word.
• Watch Me Grow: A slideshow using one baby photo taken every week.
• Favorites: From foods to books, keep track of new favorites as the baby grows.
• Words: Keep track of new first words by date.
• Unforgettable: Record moments like making a silly face and eating a birthday cake.
• Family & Friends: Chronicle photos and videos of friends and family.
• Holidays: Capture moments from every holiday.

Hundreds of searchable, medically approved articles and other content types:
- Baby & Toddler Care (16 categories)
- Illness & Emergencies (39 categories)
- Just for Moms
- Just for Dads
- Parenting Tips (367)
- Baby Week by Week (64 content packages)
- Ask the Pediatrician (8 video Q&A sessions with WedMD in-house pediatrician)
- Milestones (7 categories divided by age up to 24 months old)
- Vaccines (all baby vaccine info)
- Baby Doctor Visits (11 well visit guides)



About WebMD
WebMD Health Corp. (Nasdaq: WBMD) is the leading provider of health information services, serving consumers, physicians, healthcare professionals, employers, and health plans through our public and private online portals, mobile platforms and health-focused publications. More than 95 million unique visitors access the WebMD Health Network each month.

The WebMD Health Network includes WebMD Health, Medscape, MedicineNet, emedicineHealth, RxList, theheart.org, drugs.com and Medscape Education.
SOURCE WebMD Health Corp.


WebMD. Better Information. Better Health.

WebMD does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on the WebMD mobile application.

What's New in Version 2.1

Performance enhancements and bug fixes

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Customer Reviews

Heartbreaking

Disclaimer: Would be the most amazing baby app if it would actually "store" all the data you upload to it.

That being said...I am heartbroken, frustrated and just plain confused. For over 18 months I have been uploading pictures to the app, recording my son's milestones, achievements, growth data. I used the app daily up and through his 1st birthday, then weekly after. Today, due to an error with my phone during a system update, I had to restore the phone (an iPhone) and I lost each and every detail of my son's year and a half. Silly me. Who thinks in 2015 you can keep an "e-baby book" and not have to manually write it down in a paper book or log? This girl.
I loved the app. Loved using it. Loved the articles, the insight. As a first time mother it acted as support. A friend. A record keeper. Now it's lost. My sobs and memories are all I have. Please, if you dare use this app as advertised and as intended, try to remember that even though you have to create an account and be "logged in" to use the app, it's a lie. Nothing is stored. No account is actually created. No cloud. No hope.

Enjoyable & Useful, but Improvements Needed

For a truly 5-star app, I'd like so see the following improvements....First, reply to emails that are sent to the app creator. Second, have make the journal be the first tab that opens when you open the app. Third, show charts of the journal sub-tabs (feedings, diapers, sleep). Forth, integrate the baby book with a printer service so that photo books can be created and printed. Fifth, allow other journal sub-tabs to be opened from within each tab (going back to the other journal sub-tabs is clumsy UI). Sixth, allow purchases to get rid of the ads.

Too video focused and bad design

This app is entirely video based...guess what a video is worthless to tell someone how to calm a screaming baby...you presumably have a screaming baby.

The videos take 5 minutes to express what could have been done in 5 paragraphs that could be read in 1 minute...or scanned for the 5 seconds of relevant info rather than having to watch an entire video.

Perhaps there is good content, the presentation leaves much to be desired...unless the target audience is illiterate. At least give useful text with the video.

Oh...and make the videos work in widescreen. What type of primarily video only app thinks using 30% of the screen is an adequate design?

WebMD Baby
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  • Free
  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Updated:
  • Version: 2.1
  • Size: 15.8 MB
  • Language: English
  • Seller:
Rated 12+ for the following:
  • Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information

Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.

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