Easily time Labor Contractions with this elegant and extremely user friendly
app. A simple one-button interface to start and stop your Contraction timer.
It clearly lists the duration of each of your contractions, as well as the
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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.
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.
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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