Get the pregnancy app and baby tracker chosen by more than 15 million moms.

What to Expect, the world’s best known, most trusted pregnancy and parenting brand, offers a pregnancy app that helps you prepare for parenthood and guides you through your journey 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) to start tracking your baby’s growth today.

Based on your due date or baby’s birthday, you’ll receive personalized info about your baby’s development, as well as expert articles, tips, helpful tools, compelling videos and more. The What to Expect app provides you with your very own, tailor-made due date countdown fo

Once you enter your due date and start using our pregnancy app, you can join a tight-knit community of parents and parents-to-be and get plenty of support from our active, caring birth-month groups.

When your baby arrives, you’ll get regular updates on his or her development and growth, as well as expert advice on everything from postpartum healing and feeding to sleep schedules and milestones.

An award-winning due date calculator that lets you figure out your baby’s due date, then provides fun facts about your baby’s birthday
• A week-by-week pregnancy tracker that details your baby's development based on your due date and helps you understand your changing body
• Baby development week-by-week and month-by-month guides that include sleep schedules, milestones, feeding tips and more
• Helpful daily tips tailored to where you are in your pregnancy, postpartum or parenting journey
• A handy ovulation calculator that lets you track your periods and most fertile times when you’re trying to get pregnant
• Photo journal to document your growing baby bump (and anything else you want!)
• A baby feeding tracker that lets you time your baby’s feedings, keep track of them all in one place and log feeding history so you can easily spot patterns in your baby’s eating habits
• Thousands of medically accurate articles, plus stories from real parents and parents-to-be, on every aspect of pregnancy and parenting, from the “trying to get pregnant” stage through the toddler years
• Videos about what to expect during each week of pregnancy and each month of your baby’s first year
• Personalized baby registry checklist
• Detailed baby product reviews and buying guides you can trust from our editorial team and experts
• A fun Chinese gender predictor that guesses your baby’s sex
• Info about the tests and screenings you can expect during pregnancy and beyond
• Search tools to help you find fast, accurate answers to your pregnancy, parenting and fertility questions
• Special community groups devoted to birth months and 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 regularly 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 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.

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What’s New

Version 14.3

This update includes small bug fixes and access to our new registry builder tool. Thanks for choosing What to Expect! It’s users like you that make the WTE community a trusted source of support for millions.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
12.8K Ratings

12.8K Ratings

xcvnncnn ,

Enjoyed the tracking

Have really enjoyed using this app. I have found the weekly updates really helpful to visualise what’s going on with baby and also to reassure me r.e. common signs and symptoms. I’m now nearly 34 weeks with first baby. I found the new symptoms every week were incredible accurate and would be reading through them thinking- oh that’s what that is called. It’s very settling to feel that your pregnancy experience is normal and allows me to bring up anything that isn’t mentioned with my midwife instead.
I haven’t used much more of the app than the my pregnancy section. In community- I find some of the chat groups a bit weird and off topic- about strangers mother in law problems and a lot of it is very dramatic and I find that unhelpful, but I’m sure if you needed some support you could probably find it in the community section and join some groups.

I use another app that you can visualise the baby full size and also tells you how many days your pregnant/ can upload bump pics to show you at each stage. I really like to see the number of days of pregnancy as well as weeks so maybe that is a suggestion for how to improve this app!


Very Informative and a lovely Support Network

In very early pregnancy we are told we shouldn’t tell people we are pregnant. This puts a huge amount of pressure and frustration on women as our bodies are changing, our hormones are raging, and most of the time we are just plain terrified of losing the pregnancy. We have so many questions and so few people to turn to. The app itself provides lots of really useful information and the community section is active 24/7 so there is always someone to talk to.
This platform provides an anonymous, non-judgemental and widely experienced group of women from all over the world, sharing their feelings and experiences. I would be quite lost without it.

ejs1212123 ,

Blessing and a curse!

The app is great for reading bits of advice, learning about size of baby, what to expect each week etc. However, I do feel that it can exacerbate some anxieties. On more than one occasion I have gone onto a generic thread only to find posts about miscarriage. I understand that this is the experience of many and that people will want somewhere to vent, grieve etc. However, for other expectant moms, I do feel that this can only cause additional worry, especially when you have accessed a thread that is seemingly completely unrelated. This has made me use the app less and less, as I am constantly fearful that this is something that I will accidentally stumble across. Miscarriage is something that expectant moms are already fearful of and I do feel that this should be more moderated!

App Privacy

The developer, Everyday Health, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Sensitive Info

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Sensitive Info

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary based on, for example, the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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