What is Labor Signs?
Don't time your contractions by hand, let Labor Signs handle it for you!
Labor Signs is a contraction timer app designed for pregnant moms-to-be. Use Labor Signs to track your contractions as you approach active labor. It will indicate when it might be time for you to head to the hospital or contact your midwife.
When timing contractions, it is important to note the duration and frequency of your contractions. The duration is the time from the start to the end of your contraction. The frequency is the time from the start of a contraction to the start of the next contraction. As you approach active labor, your contractions will become more regular lasting about 50 - 70 seconds and about 5 minutes apart.
- Simple and intuitive interface to time your contractions
- Track your contraction intensities
- View all your historical contractions
- Modify already timed contractions in case you make an error
- Handy contraction quick reference
- Easily access your contractions statistical information
- Send your contraction data via email
Disclaimer: All content is provided for informational purposes only and should not be treated as a substitute for the medical advice given by a healthcare professional. The developer of LaborSigns is not responsible or liable for any diagnosis made by the user based on the content provided in this app. Should you be in any doubt, please consult your medical practitioner.
* Minor bug fixes
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Easy, looks nice, effective
I'm using this to time my contractions as we speak. It's easy to use and have a nice user interface. What I really appreciate, however, is the different display you can select at the bottom that lets you see the average duration and frequency for different time periods - Latest Contraction, Last Five Contractions, Past Hour Contractions, and All Time. This makes keeping tabs on when my contractions are close enough together to go to the hospital easy.
The only problem with this app is that you can't stop timing between contractions - if you stopped keeping track or it's been an afternoon in between, it will still factor all this time into your averages and mess up your All Time data.
Does not time long contractions
I’m having contractions over 4 minutes and this does not time or keep track of when the contraction started. Stupid app. I will be deleting it and using another. I need it to keep the start of every contraction even if i forget to stop it. And it can not tell me what I’m feeling is an invalid contraction. What I’m feeling is me contracting and it is not recording it.
Basic, convenient, but clear issues
"Support and feedback" as well as the Share link DO NO WORK.
It's also a bummer that if you start timing a contraction but forget to stop it, it erases it completely, while the most important part of the timing is when it started! It would be nice if it would at least log the start time, and either make it 0 sec duration or stop at 2 min?
- Blue Cloud Software, LLC
- 32.8 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Ukrainian
- Age Rating
- © 2019 Blue Cloud Software, LLC
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.