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HiMommy - Pregnancy Tracker App

HiMommy - Pregnancy Tracker App

HiMommy - Pregnancy Day By Day - Expecting Baby

Daily notifications from your baby during pregnancy.

4.7 Ratings 17K+ Reviews 100K+ Downloads

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Daily notifications from your baby during pregnancy.
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4.7
17.4K+ Ratings
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  • Joyful app for a joyful adventure Aug 2, 2018

    By wingsofpastrami
    I love this app! I have about five other pregnancy apps as well, and this one is my favorite. Granted, it is not the most informative of all of my apps, but it is the most fun. I love that it syncs with HiDaddy! My husband loves hi daddy! He is always extremely busy and does not have the time or interest to peruse all of the apps the way I do. He loves the daily nugget in such a cute, fun format, and he loves that he can see how I’m feeling with the emotion tracker. I do wish the emotion tracker would send a notification, but it’s fantastic. To the people who have posted negative reviews saying that it’s silly or there’s not enough information what complaining that you have to pay for high daddy or hi baby… This is meant to be a fun app and a fun time in your life with the added benefit of being informative. The cost is super minimal in the developers have to charge to get paid to keep improving the app. The baby is going to be way more expensive than the less than five dollar cost for the related apps. Developers, I sure wish you would make a Hi big Brother/hi big sister app. I have been searching and searching for something for my tween daughter and this is exactly what I’m looking for but I wish you could say hi big sis instead of HiMommy! or HiDaddy!
    more
  • Jul 17, 2020

    By esther kisakye
    I really loved this app, even though I didn't reach my due date, it guided me through what I was about to experience and all that and most of it happened!! Very nice app and I wanted to download the hi baby app but it has costs but otherwise it a very good app,I recommend it
    more
  • Love this App, but DO NOT download Hi Daddy like it advertises.. Sep 13, 2019

    By Teddielee
    I absolutely love the Hi Mommy app! This is our first pregnancy and we love daily “messages” from our little nugget! It’s very informative, feels personal, and very sweet! I get excited whenever my Hi Mommy notification goes off. My husband was wanting apps that would do the same and I saw Hi Daddy advertised in the app. We thought it would be more informational about the baby and what’s going on during pregnancy for the dad to know. So I sent the link to him so our accounts would attach, her had to pay but we figured it would be worth it. WE WERE WRONG! The Hi Daddy app offers false information and is horrible. It is trying to be more comedic than informative. Our biggest upset is the false information. The app told him I was in my last week of the first trimester at 9 weeks. Then told him at 9 weeks the baby was going twice it’s size everyday and was 2 inches long... But if you are a mom looking for an app for you, get Hi Mommy, it is amazing! Just don’t waste your time or money with Hi Daddy.
    more
  • Hi mommy Feb 28, 2018

    By Santana02091984
    This application is beautiful and help me through my journey of pregnancy and it made me even more attached to my unborn baby I think you guys for making this application and I can’t wait to see my baby I also sent this to my mother every day because she’s excited about my unborn as well keep doing a great job thank you so much
    more
  • Aug 4, 2020

    By Stephanie Osborne
    I love reading our daily update and how it's written from the baby's perspective. My hubby loves when he is included in the message for the day. 🥰
    more
  • Egregiously, Factually Incorrect Jul 6, 2020

    By vonwestercool
    Cutesy idea, but developers should consult some women and a scientist... it said in 3rd week of pregnancy that the heart starts beating. Huh? You mean... in the 6-7th week? And it said something like the embryo is 5x the size of a shrimp at 4 weeks pregnant. That wouldn’t be until the 2nd trimester. I’m honestly not even sure that’s what they were trying to say because the sentence had so many structural issues I can only assume it was translated from another language to English. ***Worst part*** Also, speaks to an audience of women with male partners. In 2020, there are so many types of expectant parents from single moms to single sex male couples and everything in between. It also insisted at 4 weeks pregnant that I tell “the father” about the pregnancy. I actually felt like someone was wagging a finger at me that maybe I had told a friend before my partner. It was so weird. Not only is that going to be the likely first choice for most people with partners, it’s such a weird thing to even say. It’s a personal choice to share their news with literally whoever on earth they please. So, so bizarre. So clearly written by men.
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  • Weird Description/Wrong GA Oct 15, 2018

    By Slothles
    The app was okay... although it always counted the gestational age wrong by one day. Let’s say I was 10 weeks, it would never say “10 weeks” it would always skip from “9 weeks 7 days” to “10 weeks 1 day.” It was always really buggy in that aspect. Which was fine because I enjoyed the daily updates. UNTIL now.. today my update said something along the lines of “if I’m a girl my ovaries are getting bigger and if I’m a boy my penis is getting longer ;)” WITH THE WINKY FACE AND ALL. I don’t know I just really find it odd how they said it and how they decided to throw in the winky face. Too many positive reviews of this app for the weird winky faces and odd descriptions. If I could give 0 stars I would, gave me the creeps.
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  • Not single-parent friendly Apr 13, 2018

    By LilBun1018
    I liked the simple format of this app versus others that I’ve seen but every single message has a comment about “dad” literally every single day. I understand that the typical family includes two parent families, but families are becoming more and more diverse with same-sex parents, and single montherhood. If I had the option to remove those comments, I may have considered keeping the app, but for a mom who is very excited to be having her own baby, despite it being a product of an abusive relationship, it’s very upsetting to be constantly reminded that someone is “missing” from the picture.
    more
  • Watch complication does not work Jul 5, 2018

    By nikinikiniki
    I tried to contact the developer but there was not a way to do so on the website so here I am. The app is alright- I do enjoy the little daily reminders even though some are pretty silly. I mostly got the app so I could see a tracker on my Apple Watch with my pregnancy progress. I downloaded the app at 17 weeks and I am now 19 weeks and the 17 has stayed on the complication for 2 weeks. If I tap it I can see the actual progress but it should be adjusting automatically on the watch face without opening the app itself.
    more
  • Not accurate Mar 19, 2018

    By Sunshineluv7
    I really wanted to like this app, but somewhere in the first few age they switch from typical counting of age (e.g. first date of last period) to actual age post conception, so all of their daily facts are off by a few weeks. I had about six apps running to decide on the best one and this one was highly disappointing cause I loved the concept but it’s completely inaccurate as far as what it’s telling you about the fetus’s growth. :/ I emailed them to give feedback and ask questions a few time and never heard back.
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  • Joyful app for a joyful adventure Aug 2, 2018

    By wingsofpastrami
    I love this app! I have about five other pregnancy apps as well, and this one is my favorite. Granted, it is not the most informative of all of my apps, but it is the most fun. I love that it syncs with HiDaddy! My husband loves hi daddy! He is always extremely busy and does not have the time or interest to peruse all of the apps the way I do. He loves the daily nugget in such a cute, fun format, and he loves that he can see how I’m feeling with the emotion tracker. I do wish the emotion tracker would send a notification, but it’s fantastic. To the people who have posted negative reviews saying that it’s silly or there’s not enough information what complaining that you have to pay for high daddy or hi baby… This is meant to be a fun app and a fun time in your life with the added benefit of being informative. The cost is super minimal in the developers have to charge to get paid to keep improving the app. The baby is going to be way more expensive than the less than five dollar cost for the related apps. Developers, I sure wish you would make a Hi big Brother/hi big sister app. I have been searching and searching for something for my tween daughter and this is exactly what I’m looking for but I wish you could say hi big sis instead of HiMommy! or HiDaddy!
    more
  • Jul 17, 2020

    By esther kisakye
    I really loved this app, even though I didn't reach my due date, it guided me through what I was about to experience and all that and most of it happened!! Very nice app and I wanted to download the hi baby app but it has costs but otherwise it a very good app,I recommend it
    more
  • Love this App, but DO NOT download Hi Daddy like it advertises.. Sep 13, 2019

    By Teddielee
    I absolutely love the Hi Mommy app! This is our first pregnancy and we love daily “messages” from our little nugget! It’s very informative, feels personal, and very sweet! I get excited whenever my Hi Mommy notification goes off. My husband was wanting apps that would do the same and I saw Hi Daddy advertised in the app. We thought it would be more informational about the baby and what’s going on during pregnancy for the dad to know. So I sent the link to him so our accounts would attach, her had to pay but we figured it would be worth it. WE WERE WRONG! The Hi Daddy app offers false information and is horrible. It is trying to be more comedic than informative. Our biggest upset is the false information. The app told him I was in my last week of the first trimester at 9 weeks. Then told him at 9 weeks the baby was going twice it’s size everyday and was 2 inches long... But if you are a mom looking for an app for you, get Hi Mommy, it is amazing! Just don’t waste your time or money with Hi Daddy.
    more
  • Hi mommy Feb 28, 2018

    By Santana02091984
    This application is beautiful and help me through my journey of pregnancy and it made me even more attached to my unborn baby I think you guys for making this application and I can’t wait to see my baby I also sent this to my mother every day because she’s excited about my unborn as well keep doing a great job thank you so much
    more
  • Aug 4, 2020

    By Stephanie Osborne
    I love reading our daily update and how it's written from the baby's perspective. My hubby loves when he is included in the message for the day. 🥰
    more
  • App is probably better for Apple Watch Nov 8, 2018

    By camilleann
    I love the interface which is why I still have it, and the fact that it syncs to baby daddy’s app but it’s not even kind of as informative as my other apps. I still like to use it in addition to the other apps for fun though. If it were as informative as Ovia I would delete all my other apps, all 4 of them. also If I so happen to get an Apple Watch this would be the only pregnancy app I use on it
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  • Jul 16, 2020

    By shy williams
    Very practical app. I'm a ftm and it provides me with tips.
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  • Jun 30, 2020

    By Alicia Davis
    I love the updates it feels like the baby is talking to me. I wish i could chose the race and gender of the baby but all in all a lovely app.
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  • Jun 25, 2020

    By Shannon Dornauer
    Like the cute updates and that my husband can use their hidaddy app too to keep updated.
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  • Love Apr 21, 2018

    By croll1116
    I love this app because I love how it makes me feel like my baby is talking to me, but I’m kind of upset that in order to have the hi daddy app for my husband he has to pay $2.99 for it. But this one is free. Doesn’t make any since. Hi Daddy app should be free also.
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  • Jun 27, 2020

    By Michelle Proudfoot
    Doesn't accurately reflect gestation. UI is a bit clunky. There are better apps out there.
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  • Overall okay.....but Mar 21, 2019

    By Lovelylia20
    Overall okay, but this app needs to stop reminding me to invite my baby’s dad to participate in the experience. I don’t appreciate the ongoing friendly reminders that go on for the term of the 40 weeks, reminding me he doesn’t want to participate. The app needs to be more single mom friendly, even though I understand that’s not the norm.
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  • Good information but annoying “reminders” May 7, 2019

    By dandykrayon
    I got this app to learn more about what’s happening during my pregnancy, but half the time the messages include some version of “my baby” reminding me to eat healthy and exercise. I guarantee pregnant moms are all doing the best they can in those areas, please limit the tidbits to actual info about the baby, thanks.
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  • Cute but there are better apps Feb 7, 2019

    By Kiah Rei
    It’s a fun little app but not super informative. There are much better pregnancy apps! I highly recommend NOT having your partner download the hi daddy app! It’s pretty sexist and rude. It’s talks as if they are a total idiot and you are a monster for the next nice months. If anything it’s a waste of space on your phone.
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  • HiMommy! Hidaddy! May 12, 2020

    By ayers199
    Makes me feel even more excited and connected to my lil baby. My first pregnancy and my fiancé and I have the linked apps. Only thing is the Hidaddy app offers less than this one for mommy’s and is also a charge which I find unfair.
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  • Not single-parent friendly Apr 13, 2018

    By LilBun1018
    I liked the simple format of this app versus others that I’ve seen but every single message has a comment about “dad” literally every single day. I understand that the typical family includes two parent families, but families are becoming more and more diverse with same-sex parents, and single montherhood. If I had the option to remove those comments, I may have considered keeping the app, but for a mom who is very excited to be having her own baby, despite it being a product of an abusive relationship, it’s very upsetting to be constantly reminded that someone is “missing” from the picture.
    more
  • Watch complication does not work Jul 5, 2018

    By nikinikiniki
    I tried to contact the developer but there was not a way to do so on the website so here I am. The app is alright- I do enjoy the little daily reminders even though some are pretty silly. I mostly got the app so I could see a tracker on my Apple Watch with my pregnancy progress. I downloaded the app at 17 weeks and I am now 19 weeks and the 17 has stayed on the complication for 2 weeks. If I tap it I can see the actual progress but it should be adjusting automatically on the watch face without opening the app itself.
    more
  • Not accurate Mar 19, 2018

    By Sunshineluv7
    I really wanted to like this app, but somewhere in the first few age they switch from typical counting of age (e.g. first date of last period) to actual age post conception, so all of their daily facts are off by a few weeks. I had about six apps running to decide on the best one and this one was highly disappointing cause I loved the concept but it’s completely inaccurate as far as what it’s telling you about the fetus’s growth. :/ I emailed them to give feedback and ask questions a few time and never heard back.
    more
  • Insensitive Jun 12, 2019

    By mommyvillarreal
    You would think after all the negative reviews from people talking about the constant reminder to get daddy involved that you would edit the app. My husband is involved in this pregnancy but I was a single mother before I married him and there was no father in the picture. I would’ve hated to be reminded of that daily. That should be an option you can add by changing a setting. Not something that is going to hound you every day. This is a mommy app and it’s all about daddy.
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  • Inaccurate Descriptions Oct 2, 2018

    By Liferndob
    Not sure if this is just a glitch on my app... but the descriptions of baby’s development are wayyyyy off. It will tell me my baby has fingernails or toes when my baby just barely has limb buds. It’s like somebody who knows nothing about babies is just making random “facts” up to hype up new moms. I did give 2 stars because it’s pretty cute, but that’s the only real pro of this app over an accurate one.
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  • Egregiously, Factually Incorrect Jul 6, 2020

    By vonwestercool
    Cutesy idea, but developers should consult some women and a scientist... it said in 3rd week of pregnancy that the heart starts beating. Huh? You mean... in the 6-7th week? And it said something like the embryo is 5x the size of a shrimp at 4 weeks pregnant. That wouldn’t be until the 2nd trimester. I’m honestly not even sure that’s what they were trying to say because the sentence had so many structural issues I can only assume it was translated from another language to English. ***Worst part*** Also, speaks to an audience of women with male partners. In 2020, there are so many types of expectant parents from single moms to single sex male couples and everything in between. It also insisted at 4 weeks pregnant that I tell “the father” about the pregnancy. I actually felt like someone was wagging a finger at me that maybe I had told a friend before my partner. It was so weird. Not only is that going to be the likely first choice for most people with partners, it’s such a weird thing to even say. It’s a personal choice to share their news with literally whoever on earth they please. So, so bizarre. So clearly written by men.
    more
  • Weird Description/Wrong GA Oct 15, 2018

    By Slothles
    The app was okay... although it always counted the gestational age wrong by one day. Let’s say I was 10 weeks, it would never say “10 weeks” it would always skip from “9 weeks 7 days” to “10 weeks 1 day.” It was always really buggy in that aspect. Which was fine because I enjoyed the daily updates. UNTIL now.. today my update said something along the lines of “if I’m a girl my ovaries are getting bigger and if I’m a boy my penis is getting longer ;)” WITH THE WINKY FACE AND ALL. I don’t know I just really find it odd how they said it and how they decided to throw in the winky face. Too many positive reviews of this app for the weird winky faces and odd descriptions. If I could give 0 stars I would, gave me the creeps.
    more
  • Jul 28, 2020

    By Nicole DeJesus
    Very basic app. Only tells you what's going on day by day. My husband payed 2 bucks for hidaddy just do it could tell him dad jokes everyday.
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  • This is MY experience Sep 16, 2018

    By deb0211
    Although I enjoyed the daily updates and reminders about my little one’s progress, I deleted the app because of the constant “daddy” oriented messages. Babies come from ALL circumstances and relationships; they are always a blessing, whether there is a daddy or not. The last thing an emotional pregnant woman needs is steady reminders of how her situation is different. Why have a separate app for Dad’s if the mom app is going to include and mention him constantly?
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  • uncomfortable Jun 30, 2019

    By taryn weigel
    This app was off in the gestational age by one day, not sure why that is. I was very uncomfortable with some of the descriptions. The app’s week 10 day 3 description says “If I am a boy, my penis is getting longer ;)” Yuck? This is my unborn child. I don’t need to read vaguely sexual remarks about their potential organs. The information is fine, but the winky face is in poor taste. Other apps are more informative. I enjoy other pregnancy apps far more.
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