10 Best iPhone Apps for Moms To-Be18
You can’t ever get enough of all the cool applications that you can find in iTunes. Almost any type of application that you can think of has been made for this platform. So it’s no wonder many are using their phones to become more organized and keep track of their daily tasks. As it turns out, there are plenty of mom-specific apps available in iTunes as well. We are talking about mom-to-be or new moms. Whether it’s tracking periods or choosing baby names, iTunes has something for everyone.
If you happen to be shopping for iPhone apps for those planning to be moms or new moms, these 10 iPhone apps are worth checking out:
iPeriod Ultimate: iPeriod is a period calendar that lets you stay on the top of your healthy. It can predict ovulation and fertility as well.
Womans Calendar: it’s a fertility app for iPhone that helps you either get pregnant or avoid it. Lets you keep track of your health information as well.
Contraction Master: Contraction Master makes it easy to share your contraction information with your doctor. Just tap on your app to start tracking and storing your contraction data.
Intuition – Mom’s Assistant: a cool task tool for moms that lets you capture your to-dos, tasks, ideas, wish lists, and all the other important details and get more things done everyday.
Pocket First Aid: this app got a lot of coverage for saving lives in Haiti. It has a lot of useful information for moms as well.
Babybump: BabyBump is a pregnancy app that keeps you informed about your pregnancy and provides you with cool tracking tools to help you along the way.
Total Baby: help you log and time all aspects of your child’s care. If you have become a mom for the first time or are just learning the ropes, this app comes handy.
Baby Tracker – Nursing: keeps track of your nursing sessions with just a few clicks, allowing you to relax and focus on feeding your baby without worrying about, so you can focus more on your child.
Baby Names: a cool little app that lets you find a name for your baby. Comes with over 8500 boys and girls names.
The Pill: a cool useful app that lets you keep track of your birth control pills, so you won’t miss them by accident. You can set up reminders easily as well.
Of course, there are plenty of other applications available for moms and women in general. The above apps are specifically useful for those planning to be moms or new moms.
Great post! I use iPeriod, which is very helpful in helping me keep track of my period. I needed some recommendations on new apps so I'm glad I saw this post.
You missed a great one! Beauty Minder at http://tinyurl.com/26a2bxc
This allows us girls to keep track of our Beauty Appointments! It was featured in inStyle Magazine!
I love your listing and especially a fan of Intuition (www.iconapps.com)! Super efficient app that literally sorts my chaotic everyday schedules.
it's kind of annoying how every one of those deals with something that might not be relevant to all women. not every woman has a baby or a period.
I absolutely agree. I think this it's quite offensive to assume that the only things which would interest women are children, periods and fertility. We're not baby-making machines! What about all the other things which women tend to enjoy or need or are typically interested in?
@Dee. We mean no offense. Maybe the title needs some work. Any suggestions on that? Our goal was just to summarize some of the apps that the ladies may find useful but by means suggesting these are the only apps ladies will find useful.
iPhone Apps for future parents, females and other people interested in fertility, having children and getting things done.
Jeez, nice generalizing who would be interested in these apps.
It was an honest mix up. We already have that list planned.
Lol they are apps for moms to be lol soooo look on another page for apps not about babies lol!!!!!
My wife uses babybump, ipregnancy, iPeriod, and Period Tracker. I did a review on it at http://myjourneyasanewdad.blogspot.com/2010/12/to…
Thank you for the list! Find it very useful. Do not forget about Astrology & Horoscope by Kelli Fox iPad application: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/astrology-horoscop…
It combines engaging content with easy to use interface. Besides horoscopes for twelve sun signs, App has extras sections with deep insights into astrology, including reports, birthdays.
Also available for Android at: https://market.android.com/details?id=astrologer….
I was excited to see this list's title but was shocked to find that every app was about pregnancy, periods and motherhood. Um, I don't have kids, I'm not pregnant, and I don't need help tracking my monthly cycle. I am still a woman though, aren't I??
I was expecting game, reference, travel and safety apps – things like Silent Bodyguard, Mint.com, Shop Savvy and Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock. Who knew that one genre alone could define women…Offensive, disappointing, dark ages.
I understand. The title was wrong. We are working on a list as you said. This one was supposed to be for moms to be and so on. My apologies for the confusion. We are open to title suggestions as we try to salvage this list.
nicely gathered. i am using some of these specially iperiod
you do know women ain't all about having babys and periods right?
Yes. We have changed the title and text of this piece numerous times. These apps are for new moms or those planning to be moms. They are not for women in general. We apologize if the piece has suggested otherwise. Please let me know which apps do not fit in your view and we will review them.
We have heard you guys feedback and are sincerely sorry for the misunderstanding with the title. Any suggestion is appreciated.
Expecting Nutrition is a good on just got it and its helping me keep track of my nutritional data for the foods I eat my dr. has me on a special diet due to medical reasons and it helps me stay on track so I know im making good nutritional chocies for myself and my lil one.
Below is another useful FREE app which can help you to keep track of your baby daily activities: