Having a baby? From fertility trackers to diaper change trackers and everything in between, maternity apps can be helpful and fun! Little Steps has tested a slew of pregnancy apps to bring you the top favorites of the team – pregnancy apps, contraction counter apps, online pregnancy fitness apps, and more. Click, review, download, and enjoy! Here are the best in Hong Kong.
Ovia Fertility is one of the best fertility apps out there to help you get pregnant through tracking and timing. This colorful and user-friendly app lets you track your periods, along with your moods and other information to help you predict your ovulation. It’s also got daily articles with expert advice and platform to ask your pregnancy questions. And after you conceive, Ovia is there to help with Ovia Pregnancy and Ovia Parenting apps!
Ovia Fertility, https://www.ovuline.com/
Sprout is a very popular pregnancy app. Enjoy medical advice plus fun and useful pregnancy tools such as a weight tracker, kick counter, and contraction timer. It also offers stunning 3D visuals of what your fetus probably looks like in-utero, and can connect to your Facebook account, so you can share information about your growing baby with family and friends!
Stay fit with these awesome fitness apps for pregnancy! These apps offer a series of stretches and exercises that are safe and also increase strength, flexibility, and balance. Prenatal fitness can help keep you feeling and looking good before and after the baby comes, and may even improve labor! For Kegel training, check out the Kegal Trainer PFM Exercise app.
Prenatal Fitness Apps:
Prenatal Fitness, https://apps.apple.com/us/app/prenatal-workout/id907693582
Kegal Trainer PFM Exercise, https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/kegel-trainer-pelvic-floor/id578148339
More Online Prenatal Fitness To Try:
Prenatal Yoga Online In Hong Kong
This app is a great resource for all things pregnancy, and it’s one of the cutest too! Each week of your pregnancy, The Bump updates you with expert info on what’s happening with your baby’s development and compares the size to a cute piece of fruit so you know how things are going. It also has daily articles, a baby bump photo album to track your growing belly, and a platform to ask questions and get answers from experts and other moms.
The Bump Pregnancy Tracker, https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.xogrp.thebump&hl=en
This Australian app was made specifically for dads-to-be, and is full of helpful tips, tools, and even a running countdown clock leading up to the big day! It’s written by men, for men (with the help of experienced midwives) and is written in playful banter to help get the guys involved in the pregnancy process.
Who's Your Daddy, http://www.whosyourdaddyapp.com
Having help timing contractions during labor is a great way for moms and dads to stay calm and focused on the task at hand...having the baby! Full Term is a clutter-free and easy labor contraction timer; just tap (with your shaky fingers!) a single button at the start and end of a contraction, and the app will take of the rest. Keep the record for yourself, or email it to your doctor to see if it's time to get going!
Wonder Weeks, http://www.thewonderweeks.com/about-the-wonder-week-app/
Baby Connect, http://www.baby-connect.com
Tiny Beans, https://tinybeans.com/ *For photo sharing of newborn