Description

Track your baby’s growth with the top pregnancy app for moms-to-be!

This pregnancy tracker app from the world's most trusted pregnancy brand, "What to Expect When You're Expecting," guides you through pregnancy day-by-day and week-by-week. Simply enter your baby’s due date (or use our pregnancy due date calculator if you’re not sure) and start tracking your baby’s growth today.

Based on your due date, you’ll receive personalized updates on your baby’s development, expert tips, helpful articles and the latest parenting news. Join a tight-knit community of parents-to-be with due dates in the same month, and get support from an active, caring parent community that shares a post every 3 seconds. Once baby arrives, the app is here to guide you with all the expert advice and personalized support you need for baby’s first year and beyond.

KEY FEATURES
• Personalized pregnancy tracker shows your baby's daily development
• 15,000+ medically accurate articles on every aspect of pregnancy and parenting, from preconception through the toddler years
• Week-by-week development info, helping you understand your changing body and baby's amazing development through each stage of pregnancy
• Pregnancy videos showing just what to expect this week
• Personalized Baby Registry checklist - find out everything you need
• Best baby products recommended by Moms like you
• A go-to-guide for the most important tests & screenings to ensure the health of mom and baby
• Special groups devoted to birth locations, interests, medical conditions, parenting styles, must-have baby gear, and more!

All the content on What to Expect is accurate, up-to-date and continuously reviewed by the What to Expect Medical Review Board and other pregnancy and parenting health experts. It is in line with the latest evidence-based medical information and accepted health guidelines, including the What to Expect books by Heidi Murkoff.

The medical guidelines and recommendations on What to Expect are consistently monitored and come from highly respected expert organizations, including the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as from peer-reviewed medical journals. You can see the sources we use in the “view sources” field at the bottom of every health article, along with the last reviewed date at the top. What to Expect When You’re Expecting, 5th edition, and What to Expect Before You’re Expecting, 2nd edition, have been medically reviewed by Charles J. Lockwood, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Public Health, and Dean of the University of South Florida’s Morsani College of Medicine. What to Expect the First Year, 3rd edition, has been medically reviewed by Mark D. Widome, M.D., M.P.H., Professor of Pediatrics at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital.

For more information about What to Expect's medical review and editorial policy, visit: https://www.whattoexpect.com/medical-review/

Do not sell my info: https://dsar.whattoexpect.com/

Find support for your pregnancy journey, and know what to expect, every step of the way. We’re here to help you have a happy healthy pregnancy and a happy healthy baby! Let’s connect:
Instagram: @whattoexpect
Twitter: @WhatToExpect
Facebook: facebook.com/whattoexpect
Pinterest: pinterest.com/whattoexpect

What’s New

Version 12.6.1

This release includes small bug fixes and improvements for the new parenting experience. Thanks for choosing What to Expect! It’s parents like you that make the WTE community a trusted source of support for millions.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
223.5K Ratings

223.5K Ratings

vulture01 ,

Mostly a great thing

I’m liking this app- it has daily advice and videos and fun tools to utilize. It also has weekly posts on what’s happening with baby at whatever stage you’re in. I like that it offers advice in all areas of pregnancy and even gives sections on top rated customer reviewed products! Way better than googling it all!

My complaint is in the groups section. Once you put in baby due date info it suggests groups based on estimated month due. While this is cool, I’m finding that the people who Join the group aren’t even pregnant! They are trying to get pregnant and clog up the discussions by posting pics of their pregnancy tests 4 days after they ovulate and desperately ask people “can you see a positive line?!” It really irks me. I know the simple solution is to not go to the group discussions, but I feel it’d be better if they had a “trying to conceive” group and didn’t have anyone join one of month groups until they can enter their due date. My having so many people who are hyper paranoid about trying to conceive in the group it makes it too hard to have discussions with people who are actually on the same trajectory as you and it doesn’t make me want to start a discussion because the majority of the people I see posting aren’t even pregnant.

Developer Response ,

We're so glad to hear that you're enjoying the What to Expect app. We appreciate you taking the time to share your valuable thoughts and suggestions. Please send additional feedback to support@whattoexpect.com or by clicking on the feedback link within the app as your feedback is helpful when making updates to the app.

beccajopet ,

Options on pregnant or not.

I thought I found out very early on that I was pregnant. I’m talking three weeks. I was ecstatic! I set up my profile and couldn’t wait to watch my baby grow. But I took more pregnancy tests again and again hoping to get a stronger line to show family and friends. (The original test was pretty strong there was no denying it was positive I just wanted more before telling family). But time and again all I got were negatives. Turns out I had gotten the rare and elusive false positive. I got my period about a week and a half after said positive. It broke my heart to have to say I wasn’t pregnant and that we wouldn’t be expecting our first. But I didn’t lose the pregnancy there just never was one. So it made me feel like a failure for not getting pregnant in the first place and an imposter for all those mommas out there hurting because they’d lost theirs. I wish you had another option for closing out the profile not just loss or birth. Perhaps a mistake or accidental set up. That is my only complaint about the app. Otherwise I loved all the information at my fingertips which would definitely help me from going down the google black hole.

Developer Response ,

We appreciate you taking the time to share your valuable thoughts and suggestions. Please send additional feedback to support@whattoexpect.com or by clicking on the feedback link within the app as your feedback is helpful when making updates to the app.

Lindseyg1014 ,

Makes this experience easier and even more exciting!

I love this app! It’s a great tool during pregnancy and keeps me completely in-the-know about what’s happening in my body. I get so excited each week to open it up and watch my weekly video, my husband watched the videos with me so we both know exactly what’s happening and developing. Knowing what the baby looks like and having an idea of what’s growing that week makes the experience even more exciting to me. I love being informed, it makes me feel more at ease. This app definitely helps with that.
I also love the community message boards - for the most part. I try to only look at them a couple times a week, some women post things that can make me feel worried or I compare myself to them. I have to remind myself that every pregnancy is different! And I try to keep myself from opening the “scary” posts that could make me feel uneasy or stressed out. Even though I totally understand why someone with concerns would post to a message board - I just overthink! Overall, this app is amazing and I would recommend it to anyone!

Developer Response ,

We're so glad to hear that you're enjoying the What to Expect app. We appreciate you taking the time to share your valuable thoughts and suggestions. Please send additional feedback to support@whattoexpect.com or by clicking on the feedback link within the app as your feedback is helpful when making updates to the app.

Information

Seller
Everyday Health, Inc.
Size
126.6 MB
Compatibility

Requires iOS 12.0 and watchOS 2.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English, Danish, French, German, Japanese, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese

Age Rating
12+
Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
Copyright
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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