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Contractions Timer for Labor

Contractions Timer for Labor

Penguin Apps

Best contractions tracker for pregnant full term women in labor with baby.

4.6 Ratings 31K+ Reviews 100K+ Downloads

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Best contractions tracker for pregnant full term women in labor with baby.
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Ratings & Reviews

4.6
31.1K+ Ratings
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  • I don’t want to delete the app Jun 6, 2020

    By Amyas Mommy
    I had a sweep done the day before my due date because I was still 1cm dilated. My contractions started the day of my due date but very inconsistent and hard to keep track of while I am writing it down in my notepad or my husband is texting it to me. I downloaded this app and my husband ended up downloading it as well because it is super easy to use. No guess work. Very straightforward app! I used it while having contractions on the way to the hospital (they were painful) because that is how easy it is. You just push a “start” button and then “stop” and do your part in breathing through the contractions lol. I do not want to delete the app because I have an attachment to it due it is being memories tied to my first child. Maybe I’ll take screenshots and put them in her baby book.... but till now I’ll just open it randomly and reminisce 😂
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  • Simple and easy to use Oct 3, 2019

    By 10974:!(4@/
    I was able to time a lot of these myself since it was so quick and easy. The feature to touch anywhere on the screen to end is especially helpful. My husband timescthem for a couple of hours while we were in bed (a time that it’s helpful not to have to spend too much time looking at a screen). My labor slowed down and sped up a lot (2 min apart, then 8 min apart) over the hours and it was helpful to be able to qualify. Now we have a beautiful little girl!
    more
  • Dec 5, 2020

    By Bfly 92
    Really helpful and easy to use through early stages of labour. Really like that it has no annoying adverts and also there's no specific button that you have to press to stop the timer when a contraction ends, you just tap the screen anywhere.
    more
  • Add to lock screen or Control Center Apr 28, 2018

    By DueInJune2018
    I am a super new user for this app and I like the simplicity of the app design and layout. It would be awesome to have this app at the ready on either at the Lock Screen or Control Center pull down menu for iPhone! I understand that with the watch on it’s a quicker route to access but it’s something that I don’t have on 24/7 or at the ready like my iPhone device. Just a suggestion 😊! I had a contraction this morning and used another app to track it as I had not yet found this app and I realized that I had to go through so many steps to get to the tracker and that’s why I downloaded this app. I like that I can take the information from the other app and add it to this app for accurate tracking in the future.
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  • Nov 15, 2020

    By Alison Purdy
    Great app for tracking contractions as they occur, super easy to use and fun to look back on after delivery.
  • Watch app data does not sync Apr 13, 2019

    By CaliDonna
    I have been using my Apple Watch as well as my iPhone to time contractions. Both seemed to be working until I looked at the data today and noticed that although the app seems to work on the watch, none of the contractions registered from the watch port over to the app on my iPhone, so those were completely nonexistent in my contraction timeline and data, making the information useless. It’s incredibly annoying. So only the contractions registered from my phone show up in the contractions list. I’ve verified that the app is listed in my watch list and everything. If you plan to only use your iPhone then this app will work fine for you.
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  • May 12, 2019

    By Orly Jackel
    there is no way to pause the app so that it wont screw up the calculation. if you stop to take a shower, go to the hospital, or just decide to not obsessively track every single contraction the next time you open the app all the numbers are off. This was very disappointing when i used this app 2 years ago with my son. I see now a comment from 6 days ago stating the same problem. In 2 years you couldn't fix such a major flaw in the app?!
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  • I don’t want to delete the app Jun 6, 2020

    By Amyas Mommy
    I had a sweep done the day before my due date because I was still 1cm dilated. My contractions started the day of my due date but very inconsistent and hard to keep track of while I am writing it down in my notepad or my husband is texting it to me. I downloaded this app and my husband ended up downloading it as well because it is super easy to use. No guess work. Very straightforward app! I used it while having contractions on the way to the hospital (they were painful) because that is how easy it is. You just push a “start” button and then “stop” and do your part in breathing through the contractions lol. I do not want to delete the app because I have an attachment to it due it is being memories tied to my first child. Maybe I’ll take screenshots and put them in her baby book.... but till now I’ll just open it randomly and reminisce 😂
    more
  • Simple and easy to use Oct 3, 2019

    By 10974:!(4@/
    I was able to time a lot of these myself since it was so quick and easy. The feature to touch anywhere on the screen to end is especially helpful. My husband timescthem for a couple of hours while we were in bed (a time that it’s helpful not to have to spend too much time looking at a screen). My labor slowed down and sped up a lot (2 min apart, then 8 min apart) over the hours and it was helpful to be able to qualify. Now we have a beautiful little girl!
    more
  • Dec 5, 2020

    By Bfly 92
    Really helpful and easy to use through early stages of labour. Really like that it has no annoying adverts and also there's no specific button that you have to press to stop the timer when a contraction ends, you just tap the screen anywhere.
    more
  • Nov 15, 2020

    By Alison Purdy
    Great app for tracking contractions as they occur, super easy to use and fun to look back on after delivery.
  • Nov 20, 2020

    By Yolis Aguilar
    It is very easy to use and understand even though I don't speak English. It helped me enough to know the right time to go to the hospital, excellent application
  • Add to lock screen or Control Center Apr 28, 2018

    By DueInJune2018
    I am a super new user for this app and I like the simplicity of the app design and layout. It would be awesome to have this app at the ready on either at the Lock Screen or Control Center pull down menu for iPhone! I understand that with the watch on it’s a quicker route to access but it’s something that I don’t have on 24/7 or at the ready like my iPhone device. Just a suggestion 😊! I had a contraction this morning and used another app to track it as I had not yet found this app and I realized that I had to go through so many steps to get to the tracker and that’s why I downloaded this app. I like that I can take the information from the other app and add it to this app for accurate tracking in the future.
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  • Works well, edit capability would improve it Dec 6, 2018

    By .🌀.🌀.🌀.
    I've just started using this and it's easy to use. Simple interface, nice to be able to make note of intensity. It would be great if you could go back to a record and edit the start/stop time. A couple of times I forgot to stop the clock and was stuck with an inaccurately long contraction in the analysis. Also, it would be really helpful if you could change the screen saver setting from within the app.
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  • Jan 28, 2020

    By Michael Perkin
    Some problems withe the add contraction interface. If you set the duration then the time, it resets the duration and you have to set it again. Also save button is covered up by my keyboard so i have to press back then save.
  • Mar 23, 2019

    By Tory McCutcheon
    I had to change my actual phone setting to not go to sleep for a certain time... I kept having to unlock my phone to start out or stop the timer. Having the app keep your phone awake is something you should think about!
  • Easy and straightforward Oct 4, 2019

    By Sarah8616
    This app is very simple and easy to use—accomplishes just what you need it to. My only problem with it is that when it times how far apart the contractions are, it seems to record from the beginning of one contraction to the end of the next one, rather than beginning to beginning like you are supposed to. I know this because before you press start it shows a timer that is tracking the time since the last contraction. For instance, the timer might read 6 minutes when you press start, but when it is over the time recorded is 7 minutes. It is supposed to go by when the contraction started, not ended. If it has been 6 minutes since the previous contraction when you press start, that’s the time that should be recorded.
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  • Easy to use. Could use some improvements. Dec 6, 2018

    By WeatherService
    This app is very simple and easy to use. When one is having a contraction this is much appreciated. Where I think it falls short is in access and the graphs. Having the app be available on the lock screen would certainly bring it up a level. Sometimes unlocking ones phone doesn’t happen upon first attempt. Add in having a contraction and frustration ensues. By the time you get to the app the contraction is half over (I realize you can manually adjust the time of the contraction, but hear me out) Next, the graphs. I would recommend seeking a consultant for help on how best to lay out the data. Currently it doesn’t make sense. The time shouldn’t be on the y-axis.
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  • Will tell you what you need to know! Sep 21, 2019

    By active labor
    This app was useful for timing my contractions and determining when I needed to go to the hospital. You must know what to look for as you deem yourself ready or not. It would be helpful if the app provided recommendations for when you should pay attention to your contractions and go in to hospital (when they could be a sign of active labor). Also, extremely annoying to be asked to rate the app every few minutes when I was dealing with tracking my contractions. The worst time to rate an app!
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  • Nov 28, 2019

    By Leah Pinkerton
    The app has a simple design, easy to use. Where the app lists contractions and intervals the info is saved from the very beginning. However on the Graphs page the most information you can see is the past 20 contractions and intervals. I would rate higher if developers could add this information.
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  • Watch app data does not sync Apr 13, 2019

    By CaliDonna
    I have been using my Apple Watch as well as my iPhone to time contractions. Both seemed to be working until I looked at the data today and noticed that although the app seems to work on the watch, none of the contractions registered from the watch port over to the app on my iPhone, so those were completely nonexistent in my contraction timeline and data, making the information useless. It’s incredibly annoying. So only the contractions registered from my phone show up in the contractions list. I’ve verified that the app is listed in my watch list and everything. If you plan to only use your iPhone then this app will work fine for you.
    more
  • May 12, 2019

    By Orly Jackel
    there is no way to pause the app so that it wont screw up the calculation. if you stop to take a shower, go to the hospital, or just decide to not obsessively track every single contraction the next time you open the app all the numbers are off. This was very disappointing when i used this app 2 years ago with my son. I see now a comment from 6 days ago stating the same problem. In 2 years you couldn't fix such a major flaw in the app?!
    more

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