Nara Baby Tracker

658 reviews
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About this app

A scheduled baby is a happy baby.

Babies crave routine; as a parent, you do everything you can to provide a comforting and predictable schedule for your little one. Nara Baby is here to support you along the way. That’s why we’ve created an app that is intuitive, fuss-free, and shareable across multiple devices—so you have more time to spend on the important stuff.

Nara Baby is your shared hub for tracking all things baby. Parents and caregivers can log activities throughout the day for seamless communication, making scheduling a breeze. Add breast and bottle feeding sessions, pumping, sleep and diaper changes with just a few simple taps, and review the day in an easy-to-read log. You got this! And don’t worry, your data is only shared with users authorized by you.

Key Features:
- Easy-to-use shareable log with a seamless and intuitive interface
- Time breastfeeding sessions and your baby’s sleep with a simple tap
- Keep track of which side you are breastfeeding or pumping on
- Add diaper changes, bottle feedings, and more
- Add notes to any item
- Set reminders for the next feeding, pump session, diaper change, sleep, or medication
- Supports multiple babies
- Works across multiple devices
- Track postpartum recovery directly in the app. Keep track of medication immediately after delivery and water intake, sleep, mood, and journaling throughout your postpartum journey.
Updated on
Mar 27, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
Personal info, Photos and videos and 3 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
658 reviews
Patty Balzano
July 27, 2022
Amazing app, does everything it says without ads or having to pay a subscription! Love that medications / activities can be customized to fit our needs. Trends / history functions are extremely helpful for appointments!! No issues syncing with my partner (Android users). Haven't used the postpartum tracker for myself (as keeping track of baby is work enough). Only improvement I'd ask for is connectivity to Google or Alexa, so we can voice a dirty diaper or pump session for the app to record!
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Susan Weikum
March 22, 2022
This app has almost everything for free without ads! I do wish it had a recurring alarm option for pumping. Other apps allow you to set a recurring alarm that uses the last time pumped. The options for diaper are nice, but I wish there were more options (like seeds for texture and amount--light, medium, heavy) or at least the option to add additional textures. I also wish the activities showed the actual time of the last activity logged along with the time elapsed.
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Caitlin Hanson
March 28, 2022
Great for keeping track of your baby! I originally had the huckleberry baby tracking app, but to me it was complicated and just not easy to use. This one is a lot simpler to navigate and more visually appealing, it's really helped me figure out a good schedule for my baby! I like that it has a place to track my health as well, but I think that part could be done better; I wish it was more geared towards post-partum healing specifically, such as having a place to track your bleeding.
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What's new

- Trends, Growth, and History are now easily shareable
- The bottle feed editor can have breast milk and formula enabled/disabled in settings
- Added quick access to last items in History from Activity cards
- Fixed a problem that causes some data exports to fail