Many of the articles seem a bit early for baby's development. They're actually giving me anxiety that I didn't have before reading. I've pretty much stopped looking at this now. Wonder week is a lot better. The ovia fertility and pregnancy apps were great.
Would be great if it was more customisable to your individual parenting style. There are a lot of articles about traditional weaning, sleep training and formula feeding. These do not apply to me as I do baby led weaning (as recommended in the UK), extended breastfeeding and use gentle methods for getting my baby to sleep. Also some of the advice is a little outdated or possibly just different to the advice you get in the UK
I loved the ovia fertility and pregnancy apps with the ability to document practically everything. Didn't hesitate to download this when baby came. Pretty disappointed you can't use it to chart feedings and diaper changes. It's just not a very useful app.
The pregnancy app was awesome, this was disappointing. The articles aren't helpful and poorly written. Most of them just state very obvious things and they try too hard to be witty lol. I haven't learned anything on this app after 6 months. The community boards aren't very active either.
Really liked the ovia fertility and pregnancy apps since I could keep track of everything. I was surprised to see that I could only track milestones and memories on this one and not diapers, feedings, pumping, baths, etc. Very disappointed.
I think the features for newborn are great I just wish it had more stuff for my older toddler, it seems most of their info and milestones only go up to two years. Are you working on an app for older kids? If not how about some articles for parenting kids over two? :)