Downloaded and promtly deleted. Size comparisons were OK. Packing list, what to do in the trimesters, and everything else seemed basic at best. Not every male wear plad and has a beard. Only a few short lines about the week. No pictures, even drawings about what the baby might look like. The idea has potential, but too specific in theme and too narrow on content.
3 people found this review helpful
July 28, 2022
We previously have focused more on useful tools (checklists, journal, contraction counter) than on providing specific medical details, but we can improve in that area, thanks. However, not sure if you saw the fetus development screen? We don't think every male wears plaid (we don't!), we use the outdoors theme to bring in an element of humor.
I'm only a few weeks into using this app and it's been great. The embedded tools are awesome, the creative language is genuinely entertaining, and the UI is easy to use and navigate. Explore it when you download it. I didn't find the log until a week too late. You need to start early to keep it complete!!
9 people found this review helpful
It's a neat app. It'd be cool if there was a feature for miscarriage support for men though. We had a miscarriage in December at week 10, so I stopped tracking that pregnancy. Opened the app back up after getting pregnant again, and it opened right to that lost child, which was a bit jarring. Otherwise, it's a great app.
20 people found this review helpful
February 21, 2022
Glad you like the app. Sorry to hear about the miscarriage. Did you mark the miscarriage in the app, and it still opened up on the pregnancy screen? It definitely is not supposed to do that. We'll look into that. Good idea on adding additional miscarriage support, we will add that to the drawing board.