Becoming pregnant for the first time can be a very enlightening experience. It is not without pain and its challenges though. First time moms are going to go through various stages that are completely new to them. We have already covered a number of decent apps moms can use to get through their pregnancy period. These 6 apps help moms-to-be track contractions as they get close to going into labor:
Contractions Counter: use this to time and log your contractions during labor. You can track each contraction and watch your labor progress with graphs and reports.
Labor Contraction Timer: this free application has a simple user interface you can use to track each contraction. It displays your history too. Notes can be added to each contraction.
Labor and Contraction Timer: has a one-button interface you can use to track the duration and spacing between your contractions. You can export your data via e-mail.
Pregnancy ++: a pretty useful app for parents who are pregnant. You can use it for planning, counting, and everything else.
Sprout: one of the best apps for pregnancy. You can track your pregnancy, maintain your to do list, count kicks, track weight, and time contractions.
iPregnant Pregnancy Tracker Deluxe: another powerful app to track your pregnancy period with. You can keep a journal on weight, doctor appointments, notes, and symptoms. It has kick/contraction timer, baby name engine, and useful graphs.
There are many other contraction timer and pregnancy apps you can use to track your pregnancy period. We found the above apps to be easy to use and fairly reliable.
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