Baby Kicks Monitor 4+

Fetal Movement & Tracker

倩 赵

Designed for iPad

    • 4.5 • 323 Ratings
    • Free


Baby Kicks Monitor is designed for all the pregnancy Mums as a baby kicking counter.

From about 28 weeks or when you feel kicks regularly, your doctor may suggest that you keep track of the kicking daily to make sure that your baby is doing well.

If you have an iPhone, iPod Touch or an iPad, stop using the traditional kick count card, Baby Kicks Monitor will help you count and log your baby’s kicking easily and conveniently.
Baby’s fetal kicking is an important bonding experience between you and your baby, and according the baby’s regular kicking, you can make sure that your baby is developing and growing. Less kicking times or a significant deviation from normal may signal a problem, if you notice this, contact your doctor for advice immediately.

Pick up a time of day when your baby is most active, ideally half or one hour after dinner, it is best to count the baby kicks at the same time every day until delivery. Just open Baby Kicks Monitor and press ‘Start Session’ button to start counting baby kicks, and then press ‘Record Kick’ button every time when you feel your baby kick.

Baby Kicks Monitor will record the date, start date, duration and times of kicks of each test. When the kicking reaches 10 times or the time reaches 2 hours, the kick session will stop automatically. If you wish to redo the test or end the test, you can press the X button in the upper-right corner to stop it.

When doing the kicking session, if you wish to give a call or play other apps, you can press Home button to exit Baby Kicks Monitor Free directly and when you come back, it will continue the counting where you left off.

⁃ Support both iPhone and iPad version.
⁃ Count baby fetal kicking easily and conveniently.
⁃ Show the last test info such as date, start time, duration and kicking time in first page.
⁃ Log the date, start time, duration, kicks times of each test.
⁃ Log the time, duration of each kick of one test.
⁃ Share sessions or one individual kicking test with your doc or friend by email.
⁃ Automatically stops kick session after 10 kicks or the time passes 2 hours.
⁃ Continue the kicks counting where you left off in the condition that you make a call or play other apps while doing the kicking session.
⁃ Input your last menstrual period, Baby Kicks Monitor with show your Delivery Due Date and the days remains to that big day.
⁃ Password function to protect your data.
⁃ Supports Touch ID as passcode.
⁃ iPhone or iPod Touch will shake when you press ’Record Kick’ to record a kick when ‘Vibrate’ function is ON.
⁃ Supports Dropbox Backup & Restore.
⁃ If you press the Home button and at this time one kick session is running, the logo will show the kicks times on the icon.
⁃ Help documents to provide you more information about fetal movement.
⁃ Supports Apple Watch version.

If you have any questions or suggestion, please mail to

What’s New

Version 4.1.1

⁃ Compatible with iOS 17.
⁃ Other minor bugs fixed.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
323 Ratings

323 Ratings

iheartdisney ,

Does exactly what it says

It’s simple. Just one button to start session and then press the button each time the baby moves. It automatically stops at 10 movements. It’s free and has ads but you can remove the ads for 48 hours by watching an ad and I’m totally ok with that.

orionsbelt69 ,

Doesn’t Work With Apple Watch

Bottom line up front—don’t purchase. Download ‘Count the Kicks’ instead.

I purchased this for use with my Apple Watch, and am very disappointed that it doesn’t work at all. There is another app I found that works with Apple Watch, but it’s too complicated for my liking (it’s called ‘Baby Kicks’ asks after each kick what type of movement it was. I am under the belief, after some research, that it doesn’t matter what kind of movement it is, the goal is just 10 within two hours and making sure the intensity of the movement is normal for your baby prior to counting the kick). I was looking forward to the simplicity of this app and using my watch to count kicks (for ease of use), and will now have to use my phone in order to do so (today’s type of ‘problem’, I suppose).

I’ve actually found that I prefer the ‘Count the Kicks’ app more anyway, and have been using that heavily. (Highly recommend)

I looked through many other reviews for this app (after purchasing, silly me), and it appears this has been an issue for a few years now (the app not working on the Apple Watch, which it advertises as being able to be used on). I am (super-cautiously) hopeful they will fix it, and since I’ve already purchased I’ll keep it on my phone. Would love to see it work, the app has potential, but falls flat in the end.

Anonymous Mom-to-Be ,


Overall, it’s a great app to track baby movement for the last trimester. Eases your mind because it keeps track within an hour. The only thing I’d like to see improvement on is the advertisements— I have to wait for the app to load further when opening it and click on another button to actually activate it to open.

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