There are many pregnancy apps out there, so we have chosen a few that will hopefully help you during your pregnancy.

During those nine months, we all have questions. Why do we feel this way? Are we doing this right? Can we do this or that? Is this change permanent? We wanted to make sure all the pregnancy apps are useful, so you can have everything in one place. Here are the best pregnancy apps for 2020!

1. Pregnancy +

4.7 stars on Android and 4.8 stars on iOS

One of the best apps to use! This app offers a ton of benefits including a 3D model of the baby’s growth as well as a weight gain tracker. It gives you baby names to choose from and the ability to record the baby’s kicks and size. Not only that, but it has articles covering a range of concerns for mothers and a personal diary. It has a lot of information that aims to help during pregnancy and answer most of the questions mothers have. It’s really easy to use and it has a great user interface!

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2. What to Expect

4.8 stars on Android and 4.8 stars on iOS

What to Expect is one of the most popular pregnancy apps and for a good reason. It provides users with medically accurate articles and pregnancy tips every day. It allows women all over the world to communicate and help each other and it also focuses on mental health during those nine months. The tips and information that it provides match how far along the mother is. Just like Pregnancy + it offers you the ability to compare the size of your baby to a fruit or animal.

3. Sprout

4.6 stars on Android and 4.7 stars on iOS

Sprout is a very good app as it allows users to be able to have questions answered by other mothers and be able to read articles written by doctors. It provides a lot of useful information and with the premium version women can time their contractions and keep track of their weight. It’s really easy to use and the checklists can help when you have a big to-do list for the week or the month. It even gives you a 3D model of what your baby looks like! It might not be 100% accurate – obviously because every baby is different- but the realism is incredible!

4. The Bump

4.8 stars on Android and 4.8 stars on iOS

One of the best pregnancy apps out there! The Bump has high ratings because of the professionally written articles and the doctor visit planner that provides mothers with useful information leading up to their visit. It also includes a photo album where you can take photos of your bump and record them so you can keep track of how much it’s growing! One of its features is the suggestion of baby products and which ones are the best to use. The best part? All of its features are free! It doesn’t have any in-app purchases. It also has elements similar to the other apps mentioned, like comparing the size of the baby and a 3D model of the development of the baby.

5. Ovia

4.8 stars on Android and 4.9 stars on iOS

Ovia can’t be excluded from this list of pregnancy apps! It lets you track your health, pregnancy goals and plug your baby’s name. It offers a range of pregnancy videos and a countdown to the big day. It has a significant amount of information, tips and articles personalised to fit how far along you are.  It can assist in deciding what you can and can’t eat, in tracking your sleep and symptoms and in keeping track of your vitamins. It’s overall a fantastic app with many features designed to make your experience a bit easier!

There are a lot of pregnancy apps, but at the end of the day, one doesn’t fit all. We hope this list of the best pregnancy apps for 2020 helped you in finding the best one that suits you.

Have you tried any of these pregnancy apps? What do you think? Let us know in the comments!

  • I’m loving what to expect and another one I like is Flo!


  • I love using the What to Expect pregnancy app. So helpful!


  • I can’t remember which ones I used. I lived in Northern Ireland when I was pregnant so most likely different ones.


  • I used pregnancy + for both of mine. I really liked it, it would give you a summary of what to expect for that week. What size your baby is using animals, sweets and veg.

    Has a baby name list to pick from, lots of topics to read on and a hospital bag checklist and things to buy for home.

    It wasn’t that useful the second time around as I had already just recently used it and it was all the same info again. But if you had them further apart than I did it would be a good refresh


  • Great read for those going through pregnancy at the extra stressful time


  • amazing how much information is now available by simply having access to an app.


  • Glad I stumbled across this article. Currently pregnant.

    • I’ve tried all the apps mentioned above. Would definitely recommend using them. Most of them also offer post pregnancy and child growth information, which I think is quite helpful.


  • I use the what to expect app but would like to find an app which specifically puts me closer to potential friends here in Australia. Mind due it is awesome to read of other ladies experiences/maternity leave ect in different countries.


  • During pregnancy I used Flo and my husband Daddy Up. We thought they were great! I love Baby tracker now to monitor feeds, changes etc.


  • I found Ovia a bit too American. I really liked the Babycenter app as it had information that was Australian so it felt more relevant.


  • When I was having babies, we read books, there weren’t any apps to download. While more information can be good, too much can be confusing


  • I have not – but they sound interesting.


  • These would have been so useful for me. Too late for me now but will definitely remember so I can pass on to other expectant Mum’s


  • I had so many apps on my phone hahahahaaa towards the end I ended up with 2 only


  • I used Pregnancy +, What to expect and the app ‘flo which I normally use to track my menstrual cycle. My favourite out of the ones I used was definitely Preganancy +, the flo app was innacurate in regards to the month/weeks etc and what to expect was okay in terms of information and articles.


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