Apps can be of great help in plenty of situations. There was a time when you would go to the library to check out books about whatever topic you were concerned about. A few years ago, you could ask Google and search opinions on the Internet. But now, you can even obtain personalized information and access to it 24/7.
So, what to expect when you’re expecting? Apps know it all.
Let’s get pregnant! | WomanLog Calendar 7/10
Firstly, you’ll want to make sure you get pregnant right? And don’t get the wrong idea, we’re talking numbers and organization here. WomanLog Calendar helps you remember important dates, periods, calculates fertility dates and, in general, is a great tool for keeping track of everything.
My Pregnancy Today is a useful tool which gives you weekly tasks and lets you read helpful information about your body changes and nutritional advice. Don’t forget talking to other women in your situation can be pretty interesting… and fun!
Pregnancy can be pretty exhausting and you should try to relax and sleep as well as possible, even if it seems impossible. SleepBot will help you get good night sleeps by tracking your cycle and waking up whenever it’s best for your mind and body.
Of course, you’re gonna need to name the baby. A name is an essential attribute and people tend to believe it can really affect a person’s life, so you should definitely choose wisely. Baby Names includes more than 30,000 names and presents information about popularity, meaning, origin and pronunciation.
What to expect when you’re no longer expecting | My Baby Today 7.5/10
Your baby is born and you’re no longer pregnant… but you’d still could use a bit of help. My Baby Today helps with the transition and provides good advice and organization tools to help you adjust to being a new parent.