If you would like to have a new little bundle at your home, or if the stork has already stopped by, check out these apps for baby care and pregnancy.Apple Maybe Baby 2013 — Fertility/Ovulation Diary ($4.99) This app helps women keep track of their menstruation cycle and helps predict ovulation. (Mobilewalla score: 95/100) Pregnancy + + ($2.99)* Pregnant women will enjoy this app, which helps you track milestones and shares details with you about each step in a baby’s growth in utero. (Score: 94/100) Total Baby ($4.99) Once baby is born, Total Baby will help you track all the important health and care issues new parents are concerned about, including nursing, medical issues and sleep. (Score: 94/100) Baby Connect (Activity Logger) ($4.99)* Baby Connect allows you to track baby’s activities on your phone and sync that info to the Web as well so the data is always safe. (Score: 93/100) My Baby’s Beat — Hear Baby Heartbeat Sound ($4.99) This app uses your phone’s microphone to allow you to hear and record your baby’s heartbeat, and share it. (Score: 87/100)Android Baby Care — Track Baby Growth! (Free)* Baby Care helps parents track their baby’s growth and also alerts them to the next feeding or changing time. (Mobilewalla score: 95/100) Pregnancy Contraction Timer (Free) This totally free app (no ads) helps women in labor track their contractions. (Score: 89/100) Feed Baby Pro ($4.99) Feed Baby Pro tracks baby’s eating and elimination activities, plus sleep and growth cycles. (Score: 88/100) Pregnancy Due Date Calculator (Free)* The Pregnancy Due Date Calendar app asks you a series of questions to help determine the due date of your baby. (Score: 82/100) My Ovulation Calculator (Free)* After you provide My Ovulation Calculator with your menstruation dates, it will predict your ovulation cycle each month. (Score: 80/100) *Available on Apple and Android.
Mobilewalla is a search and discovery engine using breakthrough technology to score every app to help consumers navigate the mobile application marketplace. Apps are scored using an algorithm that weighs several characteristics, including user ratings, position within category and staff recommendations. For more app intel, go to www.mobilewalla.com. Anindya Datta is a technologist and founder of Mobilewalla.