Is it really time? The main thing separating "real" labor from "false" labor is that in true labor, your contractions will get progressively longer, stronger, and closer together. Use this app to help you time your contractions!
√ Streamlined and easy to use interface
√ Tracks time and duration of each contraction
√ Plots trends on graphical chart for your contraction timing
√ Contraction statistics and logs
√ Emails your contraction timings
√ Password protection
This is the Free version of Contraction Timer Deluxe. It has all the same features as the full version but with limitation on the maximum records you can create.
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Ratings and Reviews
Only logs 10
This app tracks contractions really easily and I liked that it didn't let my phone sleep so I could just tap that start stop button, but right when I was in the middle of a painful contraction I hit the start button and got an error notice saying I maxed out my tracking for the free version. Could have had better timing there people! If you really want to use this for labor you will need the paid app.
They really need to be honest and tell you the "free" app is really a free trial and that they make you buy the app after only ten contractions. It's really nice when you are in the middle of labor and find out you need to go log into your iTunes acct and pay to keep timing your contractions. And then after you paid, you find out that the paid version is a completely different app than the one you were using before and you have lost your data. I wouldn't have minded paying if I could have continued where I had left off, but I did not like this paid app. But it's not like I was in any condition to go research a new app that works better.
Ok until it stopped working
I was in labor a few hours and it was the middle of the night when another painful contraction started. That's when this app decided to tell me I couldn't time anymore contractions. Completely infuriated I bought the paid version only to find that the interface was completely different and I couldn't just continue with my previous "set" of contractions.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.