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Contraction Monitor is designed for pregnancy mums to track contractions. <br><br>Regular contraction is an importance sign of labor, when that big time is approaching, duration of contraction becomes longer and stronger, frequency becomes shorter. And contractions will show their laws when true labor is coming, so keep tracking contractions will help you distinguish true labor from ‘false’ labor. Graph of contraction duration and frequency makes it easy for you to see the tendency of contractions.<br><br>The operation is very easy, just press the button when contraction starts and press the button again when it ends, Contraction Monitor will log the start time, end time, duration and frequency and intensity of this contraction.<br><br>Note: You can add only 20 logs in this app, please update to full version which you can add unlimited contractions.<br><br>Features:<br>⁃ Support both iPhone and iPad version. <br>⁃ Log start time, end time, duration, frequency and intensity of contractions. <br>⁃ Analyze contractions by chart and histogram. <br>⁃ Calculate the average duration and frequency of latest three, five, ten and all contractions. <br>⁃ Add note to each contraction. <br>⁃ Share your contraction data with your doctor or friends by email. <br>⁃ Continue contraction where you left off in the condition that you make a call or play other apps while logging contraction. <br>⁃ Calculate your delivery due date, show days remaining to your due date and days passed from your last menstrual period. <br>⁃ Contact mould for you to add your labor contacts, you can call them conveniently by one touch if your baby is coming when you are logging contractions. <br>⁃ Support edit function for contraction logs. <br>⁃ Migrate Data to full version.<br>⁃ Supports Apple Watch version.<br><br>If you have any questions or suggestion, please mail to email@example.com.
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Much like the hardware store that jacks up the price of snow shovels in the middle of a blizzard, so too will this app screw you over at the wrong time. It provides for entry of 20 contractions for free. That lasted about 1.5 hours, and just as my wife started a really painful contraction, this app told me that I had to upgrade, which of course I did. "What's going on, this really hurts," she says. "Hold on honey, just need to enter the credit card info, you doing okay?" Of course, when you update, your prior information does not port over to the app you just paid for, meaning as your wife is in labor and screaming at the top of her lungs, "What the hell is my frequency?," you can't tell her all that effectively. Bottom line, do not get the free version of this app. Either pay the $0.99 well in advance (the program was working fine while we used it) or avoid it altogether. A little more disclosure by the designer would have been appreciated. My wife thanks you.
This app works very well and we used it in preparation of both our children. But I will say one thing: the placement of occasional video ads is INFURIATING. I understand banner ads and small things to pay for a free-ish version, but if you are timing contractions in active labor, you DON'T want to watch a video before proceeding to the next screen. Designers: Good job on the product and interface. But get a better ad model. Seriously. That's a major UX failure.
Great app concept. It really is. HOWEVER, in this free option the company does not tell you that you are limited to 20 contractions. I should have read reviews before downloading, but they should also put that in the description. This is a great app with a horrid, sneaky marketing strategy. Contractions and labor are not the time to try and trick someone into purchasing an app after 20 contractions. I will not purchase the non-trial version of this app on principal. Even though it is the one I like the most and have found easiest to use. Tell people this is a trial!!! Really cruel way to reel users in. And looking at other comments/reviews, I am not alone. Way to ruin a solid service with horrible marketing strategies.
I downloaded this when my wife woke me up with contractions before the birth of our first child. The app worked great and was just what I needed. It informed me that her contractions were getting closer and closer (4mins when I started 3 when we left for the hospital). The only negative and the reason it wasn't five stars was that after 20 contractions it told me I had to buy it the app for 0.99$ if I wanted to continue (this is an obnoxious time to force me into an app purchase). I did not need to buy the app because it was pretty obvious that labor had started. When we arrived at the hospital, my wife was 5 centimeters and our daughter arrived 4 hours later.
This app helped me accurately count my contractions. Although you just get 20 counts for the free version, you can always erase and start over again. I did not need to record past contraction pattern as what counts are the current frequency and strength to determine if I need to go to the hospital. There is a snap shot function to take an image copy of the 20 contractions in graphical format for those who want to keep track. Overall, I think the free version is more than enough for me, however, I am sure the paid version is as good, if not more so.
Developed by Maxwell Software.
Contraction Monitor is ranking in Health & Fitness & Medical
Last update was at Feb 16, 2019and the current version is 4.0.1.
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Contraction Monitor have a 5a user reviews.
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