7 Pregnancy Apps You Should Have

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Whether you love it or hate it, we live in an extremely technological age. There’s an app for just about anything. This includes pregnancy, or course. But if you check your app store, you will be bombarded with a whole list of apps and may not know which ones to download. You could check out the reviews but you’re not going to want to do that for every single app. That’s why we’re presenting you with 7 of the best ones.
50,000 Baby Names
The name tells you exactly what this app is about. You can search for religious names, twin names, cultural names, and even unusual names as well as the meaning of all of them.
Baby Bump Pregnancy Pro
If you were to only use one pregnancy app, it should be this one. It community forums, pregnancy journals, baby names, a birth planner, and baby kick counter. This isn’t even the full list of offerings.
My Baby’s Beat
Listening to your baby’s heartbeat is one of the best ways to bond. This app allows you to listen and record their heartbeat just by putting your phone up to your stomach. 
Nurture By Glow
Glow is a fertility and ovulation app so it’s only natural that they offer one for pregnancy. The app let’s you track your baby’s size, keep track of appointments, countdown to delivery, and get useful tips. Best of all, it allows you to create a time-lapse video of your belly by taking daily pictures.
Pregnancy Companion
This app serves as a source of drug and nutrition safety for pregnant women. It also provides a development tracker and appointment calendar. Unfortunately, it is only available for androids at the moment.
Pimp My Ultrasound
Every pregnancy should have a little fun. Upload your ultrasounds picture to this app and add fun stickers like glasses and hats. You can send the pictures to your friends to give them a laugh.
The best app’s for you really depends on what you need but these apps provide features that any pregnant woman will find useful. Additional things you may want to consider is how easy the apps are to use, whether or not it has a corresponding website, and if it has notifications of things you’d like to remember.

By: Alecia Stanton

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