It was fine as Lite version As a lite version you could track one child which was very helpful for Dr visits for our child who needed constant tracking. Now it essentially a paid only app. That may be better for the developer but I suspect has killed the user base. I'll find a way to extract the data and be done with the app
Used to be free, now I can't view data When I downloaded this app, it was the free version, not a trial version. After years of using it to track my child's statistics, suddenly it tells me my "trial" is over and I have to upgrade to continue using the app. I can't even view my data to get it out if the app! Very, very disappointing to think you can save important information this way and then have the "rules" change after years of using it for free. Thanks for nothing!
7 months after install fail Claims my 30 day trial is over 7 months after install. Was growth tracker lite when I got it, not trial. Now I have no access to my baby's early measurements.
What is going on? I used this app for two years and now it says I have to pay for it. OK fair enough but I just read people saying that it isn't the same as the free version.
Inaccurate? Like others it doesn't match my records. is there a way to switch between the CDC & WHO charts? They are different charts and apply to breastfed and formula babies differently.
Using standard charts of WHO and CDC, you can view the percentile interactivly.
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