Pregnancy +

Pregnancy +

By Health & Parenting Ltd

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2012-04-05
  • Current Version: 5.1.4
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 181.54 MB
  • Developer: Health & Parenting Ltd
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 24,746 Ratings


**Gold Award Winner of 2018 BMA March Awards - Best New Mobile App** Pregnant? Get the worldwide No.1 Pregnancy App. Want to see beautiful, interactive images for every week of pregnancy? Join more than 18 million users who already use this Pregnancy App to follow their pregnancy week by week. Our Pregnancy+ App can also be personalized for dads, grandparents and other family members. Everything you need in one Pregnancy App! - DAILY pregnancy info - Color and Scan images - Personal Diary - Pregnancy Weight log - Doc Visits log - Diet, exercise and labor info - Kick Counter - Contraction Timer - Baby Shopping list - 1000s of Baby names - Baby Size Visualizer - Pregnancy week by week info - And much more … Health & Parenting supports you at every stage of being a parent. -------------------------------------------------- Privacy Policy: Terms of Use: -------------------------------------------------- Pregnancy+ syncs with Apple’s Health App, but cannot read from or write to the Health App Database unless you grant access. This App is not intended for medical use, or to replace the advice of a trained medical doctor. Philips Consumer Lifestyle B.V. disclaims any liability for the decisions you make based on this information, which is provided to you on a general information basis only and not as a substitute for personalized medical advice. If you have any concerns about your pregnancy, consult with your doctor or midwife. The Health & Parenting team wishes you a healthy, full-term pregnancy and a safe delivery.



  • Great app but the twin ultrasounds

    By Casanovasmom
    This is a wonderful pregnancy app so far. My only issue is not being able to tell what an ultrasound would look like because you have it as a twin ultrasound. The twin ultrasounds are great for those having twins and I hope someday you can have a button to say “I’m having multiples” or just “a single baby” so those who are having more than one can see that their ultrasounds will look similar to the twin ones and that those who are only having one can get a rough idea of what their ultrasound will look like or should look like. But still a great app
  • App is wrong.

    By Rissaa08
    My due date is May 4. Which would make me 11 weeks Today! But I just realized that the app shows baby development (3D baby) as a week ahead than what I really am, but says I’m 11 weeks on timeline.
  • Favorite pregnancy app

    By Mdogdryu
    This was my favorite pregnancy app until the mentioned Kim Kardashian. Really??
  • Disappointed

    By annoyedcustomerbrooke
    I was really excited for this app because I am one of those nerds that actually enjoys the articles. Now the articles are repeating themselves. I do not need to read what food not to eat four different times.
  • Black baby

    By WorldCruizer
    The Black baby you all have is an extreme false image of what our babies look like, and it’s offensive
  • !!

    By StephaniiieRose
    This app is amazing and worth the pay!!
  • جميل جدا

    By Hdvsusvana
    جميل بس يقهرني م فيه عربي i need Arabic language
  • Best pregnancy application 👶🏻

    By RN4LIFE👩🏻‍⚕️
    Recommend this all my patients Full of helpful information and not to mention the virtual baby,Heartbeat ❤️growth, and all the changes as baby develops.
  • Inaccurate

    By Bribes?
    Many of the articles in this app contain medically dated, or even inaccurate, information. For instance, this weeks article claimed it was necessary for pregnant women to “minimize caffeine” to avoid causing low birth weight, birth defects, and long term health complications. This does not reflect current medical research on the subject. A far more useful article might have said something like, “doctors recommend fewer than 140mg of caffeine a day, though evidence suggests that it would take more than 40 cups of coffee in a day to induce miscarriage.”
  • Super annoyed

    By txryyyy
    This app is insisting I’m not as far along as I actually am- I’ve already had my dating scan and was told a specific number of weeks and days by the sonogram technician. This app only requested due date information- nothing about dates for the menstrual cycle. I personally find it aggravating since in order for an expecting mother to provide her due date, she’d also know how far along she was. At least make it an option. Anyways, now I’m being given late information and there’s no way I can tweak it to make it more personalised.