Top iPhone Apps for Moms

Mar 9, 2011

I am a freelance web and graphic designer in Southern California with a crazy passion for new technology, innovative art, and purposeful design. My specialties include user experience design and user interface design. Here are my top seven iPhone apps for Moms.

Pregnancy Tracker

Tracks your weekly development progress, estimated due date, and even tells you what size your baby is each week by comparing it to a fruit. For example, if you’re in your 34th week then your baby is the size of a pineapple! Also, it gives you daily tips like the type of exercise you should be doing, tips for dads, facials during pregnancy, etc. You can store photos of yourself to view your progress, and there are forums available for Moms to communicate with one another on various topics.
Price: FREE


Nursing Master

Tracks and logs the nursing session of the left and right breasts, duration per side and combined total time. It also provides details on bottle feedings – start time, duration, and type of liquid. You can set up timers for the next feeding. You can view a chart of your baby’s feeding in days, weeks, and months. You can time two babies at once with the app if you want. The app supports up to 10 babies – wow! You can even email a feeding report.
Price: $1.99


Contraction Timer Free

Tracks the time and duration of each contraction with logs, graphs, and charts. When this day finally arrives, this is just the iPhone app you’ll need to keep the docs, midwives, doulas, and nurses well informed about your progress.
Price: FREE



An everyday lifesaver according to the app maker, AT&T Interactive R&D, and it truly is especially for expectant Moms. It is a simple concept, yet absolutely necessary to have as it locates restrooms near you.
Price: FREE

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Mom Maps

A great iPhone app for Moms who need suggestions on fun places to take their kids in their area. Categories include parks, playgrounds, restaurants, museums, and indoor play areas. Contributions from Moms and the general public help improve the apps offerings to include more and better locations for kids to play. You can view the locations on Google Maps and obtain and post reviews of these fun kids’ spots.
Price: FREE


WebMD – Trusted Health and Wellness Information

A must-have for all the Moms. It offers a wide range of features such as a symptom checker, conditions, drugs and treatments, first aid information, and even local health location listings.
Price: FREE


Pocket First Aid & CPR from the American Heart Association

A great iPhone app to have for Moms. Below are the numerous features it offers straight from Jive Media, the maker’s site.

Includes the latest up-to-date emergency information from the American Heart Association.
Manage your first aid kit checklist, to be sure you have what you need in an emergency.
Save your medical information for quick retrieval. Look up your doctor or emergency contacts with a single click.
Store your insurance information for easy access.
Enter your loved one’s medical information on the My Info tab. For each individual, you can save doctors’ contact information, along with hospitals, emergency contacts, allergies, medications, and more. You can also save insurance information for quick access.
Hundreds of pages with illustrations, including topics such as CPR, choking, bites, bruises, burns, seizures, diabetic emergencies, and more.
High-quality and detailed videos, showing how to respond in critical first aid situations. Videos include choking, CPR, seizures, cuts and wounds, and more.
Child & Infant CPR
Child & Infant Choking
12 Quick Reference Guides for Emergencies
Email Medical Profile to Friend
Add Critical Medical Details to iPhone Wallpaper
As standards of treatment improve, Pocket First Aid & CPR will be updated to track those changes.
Price: $3.99

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