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Submitted an issue this weekend with not being able to adjust my due date after initial sign up on December. Their month/date “click roll” input for due date kept defaulting to Sept vs. Aug 2019. Took a few days to hear back - response was friendly. I was told you (and they?) cannot update this again until after 30 days. :( I then asked why my due date was showing/defaulting to 13 weeks vs. 12 weeks, 0 days. The app shows both the due date (incorrect) and also shows the (correct) weeks and days under settings - it’s off and *incorrect* by a week, causing everyone to default to the wrong week when you open the app. This is confusing, and frustrating- not a good user experience when all other apps + OB/GYNs confirm weeks/days based on the start date of your last period. I sent a screen shot and have not yet heard back. Lastly, there’s an AR update but with no explanation other than asking to access your camera. More explanation needed with demo, please.
I’m 12 weeks this week. If I put my due date in, the app tells me I’m 13. If I put in the date of my last period. The app tells me my due date the day before it is, and if I put in the weeks, the app tells me I’m due 11 days after I actually am. There’s not a whole lot of information on the app like there is on some other apps. There’s only a couple articles that are a paragraph or 2 long and not super informative about anything. Verdict? Skip it. Edit- I received a response from the developer- i May have missed articles that I didn’t go searching for, but my dashboard didn’t show me many articles, so I wasn’t going to scour the app looking for them. As far as the weeks thing though, maybe that’s something that should be changed- that’s not the way any other app, or the doctor reads it. I’ve never heard on anyone considering you being on your “13th week” until you are 13 weeks. And that’s still doesn’t solve the problem for the due date issue. If that was the case, my due date should be a week off when I put in how many weeks I am, not almost 2 weeks off.
This app gives little mini articles throughout each week, but it’s a little confusing because some of them are addressed to a significant other and some are not. This didn’t make sense to me because why would a guy add an app called hello belly with a little pregnant lady on it? It just seems like it’s clearly for the person who is pregnant, so the articles should be consistent with that. Secondly, the language in the articles is confusing, almost like it’s been translated or written by someone who doesn’t speak common English. Also, one of them says not to get upset if your body rejects a pregnancy at week 7 because it’s a good thing. Really? This is so insensitive and all around strange to say. Why would a pregnant woman want to read that? Lastly, the image of the baby is not at all scientifically accurate. When matched with countless other images on apps and websites, the baby shown on this app is several weeks ahead of where it should be. Overall this app is confusing and awkward. I will not be using for the remainder of my pregnancy and wish I hadn’t spent the money.
As soon as I opened the free app I somehow purchased the $50 yearly subscription. The words and price did not pop up until after I used the finger print select option to move to the next screen. At that point it was too late. I decided to give the app a try and have found it not useful. My weeks/days are off once I managed to select the correct due date - which I could only select by choosing a different due date since they seem to be off a few days. For example when I chose Dec 26 it would pop up as the 24th or 25th. Then say the incorrect number of weeks and days into my pregnancy. The yoga feature is terrible. There are videos but the directions for each pose need to be read on screen and it doesn’t automatically move to the next pose. Also the timer is off. For poses that say a duration of 3 minutes, the timer only goes for 1 minute and poses that say 1 or 2 minutes for duration only have a 30 sec timer. I tried to request a refund via report a problem but it was denied instantly.
Such a waste of money. It doesn’t even give you the right “week” when you put in your due date or last period date. It’s always a week ahead. The yoga videos are one min each, even once you purchase the app. You have to constantly close and click the next video to continue, which defeats the purpose of relaxing yoga. The videos of the baby in the womb don’t start until week 13 and it’s not even super informational. Plus it’s less of a video and more of a photo you can rotate. Now, I’m 10 weeks pregnant (of course the app incorrectly says I’m 11) and it says there isn’t information available for my week yet and to “stay tuned.” I paid $20 for a year of the app and it was a huge mistake. I emailed them with my concerns and they said the app is still a work in progress. I got a different app for FREE and wish I just did that in the first place. DO NOT GET IT unless you love wasting your money. Edit to say: Even your response is unprofessional. I have the email I got originally that I will forward to you where I WAS told that the reason certain things weren’t working properly was because you were still “perfecting the app” which is the same thing. I also tried to get a refund through the App Store and they denied me because they said it isn’t their fault that the app doesn’t work as advertised. And if you “don’t need the money” from customers that don’t like your app, please feel free to send my $20 back. Thanks.
Developed by HelloBaby, Inc.
Hello Belly: Pregnancy Tracker is ranking in Medical & Health & Fitness
Last update was at Nov 21, 2019and the current version is 2.0.1.
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Hello Belly: Pregnancy Tracker have a 1 319a user reviews.
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