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Do you agree that there’s nothing quite like hearing your baby’s heartbeat for the first time?<br>Well, this app allows future parents to listen to their baby’s heart rate and then share it with their friends via Facebook, Twitter or any other social network that support video sharing.<br>Don’t worry there are no additional accessories required and it’s simple to use.<br><br>Everything you need is iPhone and to follow this instructions:<br>- Get your iPhone out of the case for better recording results<br>- It’s recommended to switch your iPhone to Airplane mode, because it’s provides safeguard against radio waves<br>- Lean your iPhone microphone to the lower abdomen area<br>- Make sure you are in the quiet surroundings<br><br>IMPORTANT NOTES:<br><br>- This is not a substitute for care from a medical professional. For any medical questions or concerns during your pregnancy please consult with your doctor<br>- If you’ve been pregnant for less than a few months, you may have to wait until the baby’s heart is big enough.
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depending on baby’s position it can be very faint but 6 out of 10 tries today it worked great. tried my own heart first then baby’s and i was amazed. make sure your phone case is taken off and airplane mode is ON! it works better when baby is not moving so there’s less noise of baby swishing up the amniotic fluid. also obviously do it when you have a very quiet room to sit in. i’m mid 32nd week and being able to hear his heartbeat whenever i want is awesome. when you listen to the recording turn all of the volume adjustments/options all the way up and make sure your phone volume is turned all the way up. i have an iphone 8 idk if having a newer phone makes a difference but overall i was very pleasantly surprised with this app!
The heartbeat app worked one time at about 18 weeks. I just tried at 26 weeks and although I’ve been feeling baby move all morning, I couldn’t find any heartbeat sound in any position. But the absolute worst part of this app is that it plays an advertisement with loud horrible music after each recording attempt. And often it gets confused when you exit out of the advertisement and while you have the speaker right to your belly and press record heartbeat, it will blast the advertisement music right at the baby! It’s so muffled against your tummy that it seems quiet, but it must be incredibly loud for the baby! This just happened to me and it made baby squirm like crazy! I’m sure it’s not actually hurting anything, but it’s incredibly annoying and obviously has an effect on the baby. I know advertisements are par for the course with a free app, but the loud music is out of control!! And since you need the speakers on to hear your recording, it’s hard to avoid with the way the app is set up.
I am 14w and it worked just fine. If you want to keep it free keep airplane mode “off”. It says “on” but then it makes you pay. turn volume all the way up. Take phone out of phone case. Do not save recordings to your phone gallery because it will make you pay. Choose the other option. I have iPhone. I did it in a silent area of my home. I’m very excited about this. I gave 4 stars only because I want to see if it keeps working for weeks to come. I highly recommend it only for use to hear your baby in between regular doctor visits.
I am a Maternal Fetal Medicine specialist and while I appreciate the thrill of hearing your baby’s heart beat please don’t let apps like this be a substitute for proper evaluation or monitoring. I would rather receive a middle of the night phone call for someone who presented to labor and delivery for decreased fetal movement and had a normal heart beat than to have a stillborn because someone suggested you use an app to listen to your baby’s heart beat (it’s not as easy to find and know what you are hearing as you may think). If you have decreased fetal movement, please call your doctor or go directly to labor and delivery (if at the appropriate gestational age) to be properly evaluated.
This app is so great! Although I’m only 12 weeks now, and know I will not find a heartbeat with the app anytime soon, I find this app SO COMFORTING in the fact that I can LISTEN TO MY BABY MOVING. I can hear what sounds like small kicks and shuffling and JUST KNOW it’s my baby moving! For the best results possible I sit in a silent environment and record while being very still, amplify the sound once the recording is over and you can hear the movement within my womb! It’s magical!!
Developed by Jovana Djordjevic.
My Baby Heart Rate Record.er – Heartbeat listen.er is ranking in Lifestyle & Entertainment
Last update was at Jun 08, 2017and the current version is 1.1.
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