Pregnancy & Baby Tracker WTE

Pregnancy & Baby Tracker WTE Wiki

Written by Everyday Health, Inc.

Rated 4.83718 From 240,258 Votes
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  • Last Updated: 2020-04-29
  • New version: 12.6.3
  • File size: 117.53 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later. and Android 4.4. KitKat or later

Pregnancy & Baby Tracker WTE

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Pregnancy & Baby Tracker WTE is an iPhone and Android Health & Fitness App, made by Everyday Health, Inc.. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Everyday Health, Inc., with the latest current version being 12.6.3 which was officially released on 2020-04-29. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 240,258 Reviews on the Apple App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.83718 out of a possible 5 stars.

How does it Work?

Track your baby’s growth with the top pregnancy app for moms-to-be! This pregnancy tracker app from the world's most trusted pregnancy brand, "What to Expect When You're Expecting," guides you through pregnancy day-by-day and week-by-week. Simply enter your baby’s due date (or use our pregnancy due date calculator if you’re not sure) and start tracking your baby’s growth today. Based on your due date, you’ll receive personalized updates on your baby’s development, expert tips, helpful articles and the latest parenting news. Join a tight-knit community of parents-to-be with due dates in the same month, and get support from an active, caring parent community that shares a post every 3 seconds. Once baby arrives, the app is here to guide you with all the expert advice and personalized support you need for baby’s first year and beyond. KEY FEATURES • Personalized pregnancy tracker shows your baby's daily development • 15,000+ medically accurate articles on every aspect of pregnancy and parenting, from preconception through the toddler years • Week-by-week development info, helping you understand your changing body and baby's amazing development through each stage of pregnancy • Pregnancy videos showing just what to expect this week • Personalized Baby Registry checklist - find out everything you need • Best baby products recommended by Moms like you • A go-to-guide for the most important tests & screenings to ensure the health of mom and baby • Special groups devoted to birth locations, interests, medical conditions, parenting styles, must-have baby gear, and more! All the content on What to Expect is accurate, up-to-date and continuously reviewed by the What to Expect Medical Review Board and other pregnancy and parenting health experts. It is in line with the latest evidence-based medical information and accepted health guidelines, including the What to Expect books by Heidi Murkoff. The medical guidelines and recommendations on What to Expect are consistently monitored and come from highly respected expert organizations, including the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as from peer-reviewed medical journals. You can see the sources we use in the “view sources” field at the bottom of every health article, along with the last reviewed date at the top. What to Expect When You’re Expecting, 5th edition, and What to Expect Before You’re Expecting, 2nd edition, have been medically reviewed by Charles J. Lockwood, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Public Health, and Dean of the University of South Florida’s Morsani College of Medicine. What to Expect the First Year, 3rd edition, has been medically reviewed by Mark D. Widome, M.D., M.P.H., Professor of Pediatrics at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital. For more information about What to Expect's medical review and editorial policy, visit: Do not sell my info: Find support for your pregnancy journey, and know what to expect, every step of the way. We’re here to help you have a happy healthy pregnancy and a happy healthy baby! Let’s connect: Instagram: @whattoexpect Twitter: @WhatToExpect Facebook: Pinterest:

Top Reviews

  • Options on pregnant or not.

    By beccajopet
    I thought I found out very early on that I was pregnant. I’m talking three weeks. I was ecstatic! I set up my profile and couldn’t wait to watch my baby grow. But I took more pregnancy tests again and again hoping to get a stronger line to show family and friends. (The original test was pretty strong there was no denying it was positive I just wanted more before telling family). But time and again all I got were negatives. Turns out I had gotten the rare and elusive false positive. I got my period about a week and a half after said positive. It broke my heart to have to say I wasn’t pregnant and that we wouldn’t be expecting our first. But I didn’t lose the pregnancy there just never was one. So it made me feel like a failure for not getting pregnant in the first place and an imposter for all those mommas out there hurting because they’d lost theirs. I wish you had another option for closing out the profile not just loss or birth. Perhaps a mistake or accidental set up. That is my only complaint about the app. Otherwise I loved all the information at my fingertips which would definitely help me from going down the google black hole.
  • Makes this experience easier and even more exciting!

    By Lindseyg1014
    I love this app! It’s a great tool during pregnancy and keeps me completely in-the-know about what’s happening in my body. I get so excited each week to open it up and watch my weekly video, my husband watched the videos with me so we both know exactly what’s happening and developing. Knowing what the baby looks like and having an idea of what’s growing that week makes the experience even more exciting to me. I love being informed, it makes me feel more at ease. This app definitely helps with that. I also love the community message boards - for the most part. I try to only look at them a couple times a week, some women post things that can make me feel worried or I compare myself to them. I have to remind myself that every pregnancy is different! And I try to keep myself from opening the “scary” posts that could make me feel uneasy or stressed out. Even though I totally understand why someone with concerns would post to a message board - I just overthink! Overall, this app is amazing and I would recommend it to anyone!
  • Information is marginal, community is horrid

    By Haraset
    The app provides very little information to expectant mothers, a few short non-meaningful articles and the size of the baby as it develops. The videos are absolutely horrid. The email spam is ridiculous. The community, especially Hot Topics is an echo chamber for bitter, miserable women who will beat down anyone who do not agree with them politically. When I say echo chamber, it’s just that. Even to the point where some of the regulars create new accounts with different user names just to agree with themselves in a debate. WTE is obviously ran by people who are politically left, as they allow anyone with leftist ideology to bully and name call those who aren’t. It’s an extremely toxic environment - with women who have been around since the beginning of the App. Ugh. I don’t recommend this at all to anyone who actually wants to enjoy their pregnancy, stress free and untainted by the miserable musings of rich stay at home left leaning women who feel superior to everyone else. They have found a sounding board to spend their miserable lives in and cyber bully people who aren’t like them and then pat each other on the backs and comfort each other about what great sensitive caring people they are. Find something better to do, there are certainly more informative less ridiculous pregnancy apps out there.
  • Best App EVER

    By TiffanyBazilio
    I don’t usually ever write reviews but this app has helped me in ways I can never repay so it’s only fair. I swear this app would tell me everything I needed to know and has saved me and my husband from worrying about anything. As a first time mom, Anytime I get a new symptom I was concerned about and wondering if it was normal, my husband would say “Did you check the app?” And usually when I opened it and read that week’s message my symptom would be addressed! I really feel like this app was like an obgyn in my pocket! My actual doctors appointments were not at all satisfying, I was always rushed and didn’t get to ask many questions. They also never told me what to expect that month. Thankfully this app told me what to expect every week! And even now that I have the baby, there are weekly updates on what to expect from him! Thanks for saving a first time mom from worrying! I hope you guys see this and know that I’m eternally grateful !
  • Little consistency

    By Mamabear*2019
    I’m very disappointed in this app, as I thought it would be a great way to track the size of our baby between appointments, knowing it of course wouldn’t be exact. I have the app on my phone, and my husband has it on his phone. All the same information entered about our pregnancy but it rarely has the same information regarding size. We are 38 weeks currently, and it’s telling me that she’s the size of a small watermelon, 19-20in & 7lb, where his days she’s the size of Swiss chard 19-22in & 6.5lb. Again I know it won’t sync with exactly how big our baby is, but I don’t understand why our apps are telling us two different things. SOME of the articles/videos are appropriate but they don’t always cater to the season, or where you are in the pregnancy, which is annoying, as pre-pregnancy stuff is useless to me. Then as others have mentioned, there is the amount of spam emails received, to the point where I unsubscribed to the emails because it was annoying and way too much. Overall I think next time I’m pregnant I will be finding a different app to use, as this one has been very lacking!
  • Well rounded & Reassuring

    By Frenchfrai
    This app is amazing. This is my first pregnancy and this app gives just as much or as little information a as I want. It has been more helpful than my pregnancy books! It doesn’t promote a culture of fear around pregnancy, there are great guidelines for managing symptoms and preparing for doctor visits and there a forums with great advice. There are updates and videos that help you follow the development of your little one and help you share the progress with friends and family. The development videos are my favorite. I look forward to them every week and they walk you through every step of what’s going on accurately and gently. The most helpful part for me has been the weekly “your body” section. It has helped me to keep my sanity and help me figure out what in the world is happening with my body and is reassuring of how normal a lot of these initially concerning symptoms are. I highly recommend this app!
  • HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! Very informative!

    By QuettaBrown
    I greatly recommend this app for 1st time pregnancies & high risk/complicated pregnancies. Pregnancy is scary! But this app allows you to ease your mind some. App gives interesting & accurate information about your baby AND your body! Information is very thorough, yet explained/written in a way that’s understandable (Even provides pictures). App also has a simple layout, which makes navigating/searching topics easy. APP HIGHLIGHTS: 1. Weekly growth tracking of baby -become informed with what’s happening to ur baby inside the womb. Information is throughly explained + u can view pictures & watch videos. (It’s cool to compare with your dr visits & ultrasounds) 2. Weekly tracking/explanation of changes ur body goes thru, will go thru & WHY it must do so - Start to truly understand & become in tune with ur body. (Things u may normally go to the dr for is probably just an annoying pregnancy symptom) 3. Able to Look ahead for u & baby - want to know when those Charlie horses will stop happening in the middle of the night?! Download this app! Lol 4. Baby’s size is compared to fruit & a few other things that’ll fascinate you & make you giggle. 5. Helpful & informative articles available for numerous pregnancy topics. 6. Due date/Account Easy to change/update - had 2 unsuccessful pregnancies, used app for all 3 pregnancies & was easy to update & prior information was deleted.
  • Worth the download!

    By ZetaEtaTheta
    I have this app for my first pregnancy and so far everything on it is helpful 👏🏽 only reason I didn’t put 5!star is because I know this app will get even better as it updates. Update Aug 2018: this app has been so amazing especially for first time mom, sometimes you just don’t want to call the doc and ask a question that just might seem stupid or ask family member question and not sound so annoying about thing or them just criticizing you about your parenting. This app lets you speak your mind and real mom out there answer to your questions or to you just venting your mind. It’s also helpful to get updates as your baby grows and gives you facts and helpful tips. This app just has so much valuable information for one to read and look up and they recommend many things as well. You must try it out even if you use one part of the app. It’s is worth it!
  • If you want to be bullied, this is the app for you.

    By alh2479
    Even after many, MANY reports and emails to the moderators and admins of this app, they continue to allow users to bully, harass, and make others feel stupid for the questions they ask on the community boards. I have screenshots to prove it. I am due soon with twins and the “multiples” board is by far the worst. They allow one particular user to run this board, post whatever she wants, bump it several times a day even though they don’t allow “spam” and allow her to berate and ridicule others for the questions they ask. This is by far the worst app and I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone.. especially someone expecting more than one baby. I’ve already posted one review here and it was deleted so the “5 stars” they currently have is only because they delete bad reviews. And before the admins respond to this review telling me to contact you by email, I’ve already done that, multiple times and I get no response and you’ve done nothing to improve the issues on the multiples board. Again, just stay away from this app. Go to babycenter or somewhere the mods and admins actually care.
  • Love the app but have two issues

    By Alli241
    I love this app and use it daily to read articles and updates about my baby. I also really like the communities and groups, but one thing about it irks me. I’m part of September 2020 babies because my EDD is Sept 16 but I see lots of women posting there that are only a few weeks along and most likely due in December and January. There needs to be a way to fix this as they clog up the threads with first trimester questions and constant worry of losing their babies. They also post questions and pictures of their pregnancy tests asking if group thinks it’s a positive or not. It’s annoying as the group is passed this stage and want to discuss second trimester issues and beyond. Another issue I have is the app constantly referring to my baby boy as “her” or “she” and is predominantly geared towards female babies. Every article, video and baby update refers to baby as a girl. After I found out the gender I changed it on the app but it still continues to call my baby boy by female pronouns, which I don’t appreciate.

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