There is no place to find the notifications. I am curious on next weeks but the app doesnt let me.
This app multiple times during my pregnancy has spouted diet trash. Even going as far as suggesting FASTING during third trimester. It’s one thing to suggest and give recipes or ideas for including more fruits and veggies. To suggest people in their third trimester fast is dangerous, not medically supported and harmful to these growing bodies.
Tried this app since it was recommended in the app store and pregnancy websites. Unfortunately, many aspects of the app include high movement visuals which move automatically, such as the fast spinning baby on the landing page. The high movement visuals have been making me feel dizzy and disoriented. When I am trying to read something, these visuals pull my eyes and the jerky motion makes me feel dizzy. Sometimes the visuals pop out from the bottom of the screen and can catch me unprepared. Since I was tired of holding my hand over half my screen to cover the visuals and read something, I contacted support, who could not provide a solution beyond trying to skip among the pages to avoid the movements. Moving quickly among the pages to avoid these visuals does not seem to address my issue with high movement visuals, but rather potentially stimulate it with quick movements. I wouldn't be able to read if I can trying to quickly jump among the pages. The app does not have a way to reduce motion. Sure - this dizziness might be a symptom of pregnancy from seeing these fast moving visuals, but this is an app FOR pregnancy. Given this, I expected that the app might be better tailored to the variety of experiences during pregnancy. I'm already pass the first trimester. The app seemed to have a lot of potential, but I don't want to feel dizzy from an app.
I love the look of it and the idea of tips, etc. But it keeps adjusting my due date and is completely off?
Shady way to treat a new user. Unknowingly I downloaded the app and they charged me for a year premium subscription without my consent and found out from the bank account the next day. I want a refund.
This was my favorite pregnancy app until I read “Let’s do it at home” week 31. The article is against home birth with a mothering tone. There are risks to any labor, whether it be at home, the hospital (hello CORONA VIRUS?!) or the taxi on the way there. Please keep one sided opinions to yourself or present both sides equally. Also, you need an editor. There are several errors, usually a missing word.
This app is not good. UI is so complicated I get lost in the app. Doesn’t seem like some features work at all, like I’m 5 weeks along and then I click the womb picture and it shows like 30 weeks. So confused.
I was excited about the beautiful design and fun tone of this app, but I will not be making any in app purchases. The imagery and language is very heteronormative and not friendly to queer people who may use different pronouns. Every “couple” shown is a pregnant woman partnered with a man with a beard. Not applicable or fun to look at for me and my pregnant wife who are both women!
Not worth purchasing. It gives odd advice that’s pretty judgemental... maybe culturally biased. The baby looks weird.. just a strange unnecessary app.
It’s really stupid to list this as a free app and make people waste their time downloading it to find out they can’t actually even use it for free.