Description

BabyTime, App Store Best of 2016, is a baby activity tracker app to record all aspects of your baby’s care with a stylish, easy-to-use interface. Track and chart your baby’s developmental milestones, habits, special moments, growth, symptoms, nursing, feedings, sleep, diaper change, and doctor visits.

KEY FEATURES:
-Track breastfeeding, bottle feeding, solid intake, hospital visits, diaper changes, sleep, and more
-Record your baby’s height, weight, and head circumference and see them all in our growth chart.
-Customize Charts to see daily, weekly, and monthly summaries of your baby’s happenings.
-Take or upload pictures, write about special milestones and share to friends and to our Public Diaries.
-Stopwatch (timer), time your baby’s feeding, breast milk pumping, and sleep!
-Apple Watch app is supported!
-Siri Shortcuts is supported! (iOS 14.1+)
-Use MusicBox to put your baby to sleep!
-Sync and backup automatically. All you need to do is sign-in and all your data will be restored.
-Multiple Caregivers for your Baby: Sync with your spouse, nanny, or childcare provider and receive instant updates to give you a peace of mind even while you are at work.
-Support multiple children at once
-Reminders and Widget of your baby’s hunger, time since the last feeding, sleep, and diaper change, and the total amount your baby has eaten.


OTHER FEATURES:
-Dark Mode is supported on iOS 13+ devices
-Quick Memo, tired of typing out the same words over and over again? Add a Quick Memo have your words typed in just one tap
-iMessage, need to send your baby’s routine to the nanny on a fly? Have it done in a second by adding BabyTime to iMessage.
-Fun stickers available on iMessage

BabyTime is a must-have app that provides all the essential needs for new parents and is free to download and use.

Now, how can you get started on becoming a more confident parent and ensuring health for you baby?
Tip 1: Turn on the widget. Then set the time you want to receive reminders for breastfeeding.
Tip 2: Try using stopwatch. Long-press record button to start with stopwatch.

GET TO KNOW US:
Web: https://www.babytime.care/
Support: support@simfler.com

What’s New

Version 2.0.0

-Support Siri Shortcuts (iOS 14.1+)
-Support setting target amount per baby
-Fix bugs and improve others

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
348 Ratings

348 Ratings

cstolarz ,

This App Saved My Life

As a new first time mom this app was an actual lifesaver. Between myself, my sister who babysits, and my mom who babysits, we were all able to keep track of one app across all different devices for the same child. It made handoff so easy and took all the guesswork out of being a parent. No more trying to remember when he ate last, how many days it’s been since he pooped, etc. There’s also medical options which has helped me tremendously. There is the option to track medicine given, temperatures so you can track a fever, and hospital admissions or visits. Honestly, I can’t give this app enough stars. My son is one and a half and we still use it for sleep, medicine, hospital, temperature, and the diary feature to track his milestones. If you’re a soon-to-be mom, get this app! If you’re a new mom, get this app! If you have a baby that has a babysitter or caretaker throughout the week and you want everyone to be on the same page, get this app! If you want to just make your life easier, GET THIS APP!

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your great review!!!
Your message is perfect! And It gives us great energy!
Thank you very much.

Nhorelik ,

Best tracker app on watch and phone

We’ve tried the pro versions of many baby tracker apps, and this one in our opinion has the cleanest UI and best function. The watch app in particular works best vs others, which often fail to sync without opening their phone apps - I love that it has a button to manually re-sync data onto the watch.

One missing item that we really find invaluable in other apps, is support for shortcuts. A few others like sprout can set actions in shortcuts that can be triggered with Siri- when hands are full carrying a wriggly little one, this feature is amazingly valuable to us! I hope an update to babytime will add support for shortcuts.

Developer Response ,

Hello. Thank you so much for your kind words! We really appreciate you taking the time out to share your experience with us.

We have the plan to develop the Shortcut feature but it might take some times to apply it.
We will soon review the Shortcut technical documents and design the functionality.

kaitlynmcquaid ,

Helping tracking app

I’ve been using this app since my baby was about 2 months old and it’s been really helpful to notice patterns and help me keep track of what has happen when. It’s really reassuring to know exactly when baby last ate, slept, or had a diaper change to be able to eliminate factors when they’re fussy and can’t tell you exactly what they need.

I’d love if the breastfeeding timer feature took up more of the screen when in use and was more obvious when it was running or stopped. Right now it just lightly fades in and out when it’s paused and for me, I’d love if it turned colors so you could tell immediate if it was still running or not. I’d also love if the timer was full screen when operational so there isn’t a risk of tapping on another entry when attempting to start or stop a time (since I’m frequently doing things one handed)

I love the weekly view and being able to see a weekly chart, especially when noticing patterns. I’d love it even more if I could tap on an entry (I.e a nap on a particular day, a feed etc...) and either have the details of that entry or be taken to that day’s entry. If I want to see how he napped a few days ago, I have to scroll through all entries between now and then and that can be a LOT.

Overall, a really good app to help track baby’s activities!

App Privacy

The developer, Simfler 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:

  • Usage Data

Data Linked to You

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

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

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

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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

Supports

  • Family Sharing

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

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