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Glow App now helps post-pregnancy
From prenatal to postpartum: We covered Glow in September when it provided ovulation and fertility tracking, but now the company has added a whole ’nother niche to its service: First, Glow would help you get pregnant; then Glow Nurture gave pregnancy tips; now it takes on the behavior and feelings you might experience after giving birth. [More]
Track your ovulation and fertility with Glow
Can you “Take control of your reproductive health” as the developer of Glow claims? A recent review of the free app on the Gizmodo technology site says: Yes, you can. Glow says its will let you pinpoint your ovulation day and track your period with its “advanced proprietary algorithms and its ability to crunch vast amounts of data at multiple stages of the reproductive journey.” The article on Gizmodo notes “actually made gathering information about cervical mucus (CM) pretty fun (well, as fun as it could be). [More]
Sound Sleeper calms restless infants
The Sound Sleeper app promises “calming, soothing sounds of nature,” as well as white noise, relaxing melodies, and nursery rhymes — all to help your baby “relaxand drift gently off to sleep. The software is billed as a “three-in-one sleep solution for you and your baby that will accompany you from birth to the toddler years.” It can “put your baby to sleep in minutes,” help the child stay asleep with its Listen Mode, and enable healthy sleep habits with the Sleep Tracking Mode. [More]
Sprout is a “personal pregnancy app”
With “stunning color images and 3D models,” the Sprout app delivers “helpful information about you and your baby,” says developer Med Art Studios. The app also provides tools for tracking weight, counting kicks, and timing contractions. You can “scan your entire pregnancy at a glance,” and “see when tests and procedures occur.” The info was written by doctors and mothers-to-be, the company adds. [More]
Free app for your baby bump
With the BabyBump pregnancy tracker, just enter your due date (or calculate from the last menstrual period) and the personal countdown screen shows the remaining weeks and days — with schematic embryo pictures of a baby for each week, as well as details about your baby’s size, weight and development. [More]
App streamlines photos of your growing child
“Kids grow up fast,” say that developers of the Lifecake app, with which you can “see and share their amazing progress with a private, beautiful photo and video timeline.” The free app for iPhone and Android makes it easier to enjoy photos of your child, combining your pictures with those your spouse takes. [More]
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