Awesome app Very easy to use especially during very painful contractions! All you do is hit start and stop and the app does the rest! I used this app to time my contractions last week when I was in labor with my daughter! Works great and has everything neatly displayed! You can even leave a comment next to each contraction if you want.
Exactly what a birthing partner needs This app is simple and intuitive. It has everything you need in exactly the right spot. As a partner you don't have time to be fiddling around trying to understand the information on a complex screen like other apps offer. This app is straight and to the point. I'm glad I switched to it before things really took off. The notification is great for the surprise attack contractions too.
17 Sept 2016 baby - used to 5min apart 1min contraction This app was precise with helping me track contractions, reporting to midwives, and when to go to hospital, without having to focus on a watch. It helped when to expect the next one and see pattern to judge what to do. There is no time for messing about on paper or in your head! It saves you being in hospital too long. I was 9cm dilated when I arrived.
Simple and convenient I had a 2 hour drive to make to deliver... We weren't sure we would make it in time. Thankfully we did. This app helped keep track of my contractions easily and we were able to gauge when it was time to leave. Simple, easy to use and convenient. Even my husband used it with no problems/instructions.
Used through to 9cm dialated So easy to use, I wanted to labor at home as long as possible- once contractions started they were 4 minutes apart and I was able to keep track easily through to 2-3 minutes apart and got to the hospital at 9.5cm dilated. Simple and straightforward, much needed during such an intense time!
Great and reliable! A great app - using it to time the early contractions of our 2nd child. Simple to use and a great UI to boot. Two minor suggestions: let me add manual entries (for those times when the phone is just out of reach) and show the average duration/interval values for a quick summary!