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Sprout Pregnancy guides you through every day of your pregnancy. It...
Great but limited
I love the weekly picture of baby and adore then included heart earth. I think the journal is great, the checklist neat and the format pretty good. I do wish it was more inclusive and useful for people having home birth. There is a checklist for women to bring for their birth in a hospital but no such option for a homebirth. A homebirth checklist would be amazing. Example of some of the things a home birth checklist could contain: birth kit recommended by your care provider which includes medical pads and umbilical cord clamp, plastic mattress cover and double sheets, clean towels, a birth pool of intending to birth in pool, a way to drain said pool, snacks for birthing such as frozen grapes or coconut water, music if you want it. The list goes on. It would also be nice if the app was inclusive of medical choices like midwives. As it is, I do like the app, but since it doesn’t actually help me, I’m not sure if it was worth the money I spent on it. I’m going to recheck if there is an area to put in medical information as it comes too, but I do t think it has that option either.
Good App but PUSH to buy paid version
I enjoyed this app, however, there should be a disclaimer or more information provided on what information is available on the free version vs. the paid. I would go with a different app because other than the 3D feature it gives pretty much the same info but pushes you to pay for it. Moreover while downloading or setting it up, it never says anything about only be free for two weeks on this version. Looking at the other reviews, the developers also said it's only free for the trimester which is pointless if you're trying to track the whole pregnancy but can't justify why you should pay for information that is on other apps free. I've used about 7 different apps and while user friendly, I can't justify paying to just see a 3D image when all the other features are free on similarly rated apps. PRO: User friendly, 3D image CON: Unclear paid features, provides same information as other free apps (except the 3D image)
I'm an SMC (single mom by choice). There are a lot of us, as well as plenty of women who are in same-sex relationships and plenty of women who are left single and pregnant not by their choice. Of all the pregnancy apps, this is the one that's the most heavy-handed about assuming that a pregnant woman is a part of a heterosexual couple. Most pages have prompts asking about how dad is doing and have suggestions such as "ask dad to help...". Other apps mention fathers, but it doesn't feel as presumptuous. It appears as though Sprout has never considered that there isn't always a dad and there's nothing wrong with that. The only reason I bought this app was for the week-by-week interactive fetus, which is worthwhile and better than some others.
Not worth it!
I’m on my third child and I see no need to pay for an app like this with so many good ones out. This is only the first, I would use the sprout baby app to track my nursing and pumping times but wouldn’t have permission to track my babies development unless I paid which seemed weird because there were ads on the nursing pages. I know you get paid from advertisers when I accidentally click their links while trying to update the app with one hand while nursing so why do I also need to pay for the app? I’m at 24 weeks and it still says I’m 12 weeks so just beware that you will only reach 12 weeks pregnant according to this app unless you pay.
Very able to have
This app is one of the best apps out there it gives a lot of advice help in any other accessories that you will need throughout pregnancy. There are a few things that I would fix, having to pay to see where your baby looks like that month and I think that we should be able to not pay and be able to see what our baby looks like that month however I love this app. I used it once and it was a miracle.
My 4 year old loves it
My 4 year old loves this app it gives him a way to see how his sibling is growing since he's so excited and can’t wait until the baby arrives every time he wants to see the baby we just open up this app and he’s able to see or have an idea how the baby looks or doing.
I can’t believe I payed for this! It got stuck at 36 weeks and now my baby has been born for a month and it still shows that I am 36 weeks. It is impossible to contact anyone for help if something goes wrong with the app! There is not even an option to get help anywhere. The information they give you about pregnancy is not that useful and you can easily find it for free on the internet—same with images. The info on when to see doctors (pregnancy checkups) at certain points in pregnancy will not necessarily line up with how often your insurance allows it, so that’s useless. There were lots of other things wrong... to be fair the other apps I tried were even worse.
Great app overall. Just missing a feature.
I love this app, it’s been great for keeping track of almost everything. The only thing that I have issue with is that there is no option for mothers that are having to go through with Cesarean. I’m 32 Weeks pregnant and have kept hoping that something would show up or there would at least be a mention of questions you could ask but there’s been nothing. The national Average from 2018 for women having a cesarean was 31.9% according to the CDC. That is a rather large margin of mother's to be left out of a pregnancy app.
Good job guys
I found this incredible every week to see the changes in the baby. The information (next to the picture of the baby) was beautiful and amazing. To be honest, the amount of information and changes in the weekly photos began to sound repetitive around 20 weeks. There didn’t seem to be as much information provided (compared to first trimester). But, that could just be because that’s how it goes!? I didn’t use the app to its full potential. The weight tracker was great, and the appointment questions. Thank you for providing ideas of what to ask. Regardless, this is a well thought-out application for your pregnancy....especially your first baby. I actually miss waking up every Sunday to see the next week’s stage of my unborn baby. It was a special time! Thank you Sprout!
Good start, but could use a few improvements.
Pretty cool app overall but a lot can be improved. My baby will be mixed race and there is only an option for a white baby throughout your pregnancy. This feels really bizarre in 2018. The images for the first few weeks are pretty crude. I understand that the baby is still mainly cells at this point, but app could do a better job at making it more visually pleasing. (I’m an artist so maybe I’m biased) Ic is also not very intuitive. Good first start, but would love to see some improvements.
I loved this app and recommended this app to my husband because it has awesome 3D imagery but I got a pop up after two weeks of use that I would have to pay to continue to use it. I went back to App Store and looked and no where does it say that you have to pay for the FREE version. I read the reviews and everyone else seems to have an issue with this. Because of this, I won’t be using this app anymore. I hope, in the future, you can tell people up front they will have to pay after a 2-week trial period.
Interface needs improvement
I’ve got a paid version, but got disappointed as it didn’t save my journal entries. Apparently, clicking “done” after entry was made doesn’t save it. Later I noticed that there was yet another step process that would need to be found n clicked in efforts for it to be saved. Would be thoughtful if it saved automatically vs a several step process and no warnings :(
I love this app!
This is the best app that i downloaded to keep track with my pregnancy. Its so easy to use and you can customize it to notify you for different things. On iPhone its super interactive. Baby moves and you can even hear the heartbeat! Amazing app. A must have!
Less content, worse graphics than other free apps
If this app were totally free, I would rate it higher at probably 3 stars. It aggressively pushes you to pay to upgrade, and then blocks usage if you don’t after so many uses. It has nothing to offer over the various freely available apps. There is less content, less community interaction and fewer features. Would not recommend this app over the free ones even if it were free, and I would never recommend someone pay for it.
Love this app
Really love this app. I love how you can hear what the baby’s heartbeat sounds like I love how you can look at the fetus in 3D. My 4 yr old loves it too. Every time I open the app she gets excited and says my baby brother😂(that’s what we’re hoping for🙏🏾) SERIOUSLY THO IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A PREGNANCY APP THIS IS IT‼️‼️
Yes. Sprout Pregnancy is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 15,634 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.8/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Sprout Pregnancy Is 47.9/100.
Yes. Sprout Pregnancy is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 15,634 Sprout Pregnancy User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Sprout Pregnancy Is 47.9/100.
Sprout Pregnancy works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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