Pregnant? iBirth™ is your all-in-one app for what to expect during pregnancy and baby's first year. We are the only app that packs 7 + built-in trackers for pregnancy (weight, kick counter, contraction timer) and baby (weight, feeding, diaper, sleep).
Doula in your pocket?
The positive and upbeat tone of this pregnancy app is unparalleled in its use as a 24/7 reference guide, packed with hundreds of useful pregnancy and baby tips and hours of condensed childbirth education material. Receive an inspirational affirmation note every day from top pregnancy and parenting experts. Each note is uniquely customized to your precise pregnancy stage or baby's age.
Endorsed by doctors and midwives around the US, iBirth™ is an ideal guide to greater maternal + postpartum health—both emotionally and physically—from the day you find out you are pregnant to your baby's first birthday.
“Loaded with all the latest know-how on subjects from labor dancing to massage techniques to waiting for an epidural, this class-in-your palm is a real bargain, and you can even take it with you into the delivery room!” — Pregnancy & Newborn Magazine
**Best Pregnancy App finalist at About.com**
“Brilliantly simple app.” — “This app is fantastic!!!" — "So easy. So informative.”
DAILY INSPIRATIONS + Pregnancy Affirmations
Daily emotional support in a personalized feed with fresh and positive content including pregnancy tips and information.
Be uplifted with fresh thoughts and positive affirmations to ponder each day, spanning all nine months of your pregnancy through your baby's first birthday. Positive thinking is known to improve health, strengthen the immune system, support brain growth and reduce stress. Positive thoughts and daily inspirations have the ability to enhance physical, social and creative skills useful in everyday life.
√ Daily inspirational and informative notes from today’s leading experts
√ Focused around joy and humor (and sanity)
√ Customize to your unique due date or baby’s birth date
Pregnancy & Baby TIMERS & TRACKERS
Watch your progress as your pregnancy blossoms and your baby grows!
√ Baby Diaper / Baby Feeding / Baby Sleep / Baby Weight / Contraction Timer / Fetal Kick / Maternal Weight
√ Simple and easy to use interface
√ History report for tracking labor progress over time
√ Editing + email capabilities
Do you know exactly what foods to eat and how much of each food is required to meet your daily needs during pregnancy and postpartum? Take the guesswork out of meal planning with this concise nutrition guide. Make prenatal/postnatal nutrition simple and straightforward. Here’s what you’ll find:
√ Detailed description of daily requirements
√ The most nutrient-rich foods for each food group
√ Benefits of each nutrient for mom and baby
√ Tips to enhance absorption
√ Sections devoted to those with alternative diets (vegetarian/ dairy-free)
For many moms-to-be, anticipating labor and delivery is one of the scariest parts of pregnancy. With iBirth’s™ Exclusive Labor Position Videos, you’ll be able to reduce this fear
by learning what to expect and what positions may make your birthing experience more comfortable. The outstanding video selection includes:
√ View short clips of the best birthing positions
√ How to work with your body for a faster labor
√ Positions that help align baby for easier delivery
√ Practical ways partner can help during labor
TIPS & LISTS
Worried that you’ll forget something when the big day comes? With iBirth’s™ Tips & Lists, you’ll learn useful and timely tips to ensure you are prepared. Whether you are planning an unmedicated birth, an epidural, or a C-Section, these lists cover everything!
√ Questions to ask your Dr. or Midwife
√ How to best manage a C-Section
√ Helpful visualizations
√ Tried and true birth secrets
√ And much more
As you journey through two of the most radical years of your life… iBirth™ is with you all the way!
+ Landscape support
+ Notification changes
+ Bug fixes
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Missing some important things like baby head circumference, height ect and the ability to have those stats compared to the national average.
Just started using the app but..
In questions to ask your midwife/doctor - it is totally inappropriate to ask if your healthcare practitioner has children and especially to ask how they were born. They are highly skilled, highly trained health care professionals and their personal birth history has zero to do with how they provide patient care. I was incredibly surprised to see this included as other aspects of the app seem research based and appropriate.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.