Pregnancy & Baby Tracker WTE | unitQ Score

The unitQ score is the fraction of public feedback data (iOS & Android) that mentions quality issues.
100 = No Issues. 50 = Some Issues. 0 = All Issues
2 Points Past 7 Days
Category: Health & Fitness
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Android unitQ Score
Android User Feedback
275 Reports
iOS unitQ Score
iOS User Feedback
387 Reports
User Feedback
387 Reports
275 Reports
Pregnancy & Baby Tracker WTE - Latest Quality Issues
May 4, 2021
It's super cool to track your pregnancy, But the information on here isn't accurate. The facts they have throughout your pregnancy don't match up to what any doctor has told me.
May 3, 2021
I've used it before. It's great and informative but I'm over apps that require my personal information just to use them. I'd rather pay, and keep my anonymity, than be spammed. I shouldn't have to provide my email address. It reminded me why I deleted it in the first place. They sell your information. It took a while to block/ delete all the third parties on my email. Was hoping I could use it without an email, but it's not possible.
May 1, 2021
0 star I think this app is for US country only.It does not work on my country, I tried to sign up/login it says invalid area code🤨
Apr 30, 2021
Rating 1-star for selling our data to a big diaper brand and not updating that data when my wife lost her pregnancy, even though we logged it in the app. This meant we had to run around trying to figure out who signed us up to have newborn diapers mailed to our home 2.5 months after the miscarriage, and receiving emails prompting me to set up a baby registry.
Apr 28, 2021
Its a great app however its not letting me input my birthday. Least of the concerns but i feel you should be aware of it.
Apr 26, 2021
It keeps telling me the wrong amount of weeks pregnant I am. I'm currently 12 weeks 3 days. It keeps saying I'm only 8 weeks. I've had a sonogram so I know when my due date is. Makes no sense.
Apr 25, 2021
You can’t even see the image of the baby!
What the heck!! This was my favorite app and now every time I go on it, I am super irritated. The pictures/images of the baby week to week are WAYYY too huge for the app you can't even tell what you're looking at! You can't even zoom in or out. The picture looks so bad it looks like it's zoomed in and blown up on accident—I tried waiting a week or two to see if it was a glitch. But it seems like it's here to stay. Extremely disappointed. Switching to a different app.
Apr 25, 2021
Weeks don’t match up
Pregnancy is always counted in the number of weeks completed. If you are 13 weeks, that means you have completed a full 13 weeks and are currently in your 14th week. There is a difference between being in “week 13” and “13 weeks.” For this being the most popular and well known pregnancy app, I would think they'd keep that straight, but their own app doesn't differentiate between completed and current. You can set the app to display your completed weeks so it matches how pregnancy would be counted anywhere else, but all other data does not change. For example, today I am 13w1d COMPLETED. This means I am on the second day of my second trimester and currently in week 14. The app still displays information for me being IN week 13. All developmental info and trimester info is off by a week because their own app sees “13 weeks” and displays information for being in week 13. It doesn't line up and it's annoying that this app is so widely used and popular and they've never thought to fix this discrepancy.
Apr 25, 2021
How do you log in twins? Or more? It seems to have settings available for one baby. After a scan, you discover you have twins but the app only logs in 1 baby so you can't monitor both babies. What's the solution?
Pregnancy & Baby Tracker WTE - Product Description
Get the pregnancy app and baby tracker chosen by over 15 million moms.

This pregnancy tracker app from What to Expect When You're Expecting, the world’s best-known, most-trusted pregnancy and parenting brand, helps you prepare for parenthood and guides you through pregnancy day by day and week by week. Simply enter your baby’s due date (or use our pregnancy due date calculator if you’re not sure) to start tracking your baby’s growth today.

Based on your due date or baby’s birthday, you’ll receive personalized updates on your baby’s development, as well as expert tips, helpful videos and the latest parenting news.

Plus, you can join a tight-knit community of parents and parents-to-be, and receive support from our active, caring birth month groups. Once your baby arrives, you’ll get regular updates on her development, as well as expert advice on everything from postpartum healing to sleep schedules to milestones.

• Personalized pregnancy tracker shows your baby's daily and week-by-week development and helps you understand your changing body 
• 15,000+ medically accurate articles on every aspect of pregnancy and parenting, from preconception through the toddler years
• Photo journal to document your changing body
• Daily tips, up-to-the-minute health news and personal stories from real parents
• Pregnancy videos showing just what to expect this week
• Personalized baby registry checklist 
• Best baby product reviews and recommendations from our editors and other parents 
• A go-to guide for the most important tests and screenings you can expect during pregnancy and beyond
• Month-by-month baby development guides that include sleep schedules, milestones, feeding trackers and more
• Search tools to help you find fast, accurate answers for your pregnancy, parenting and fertility questions
• Special groups devoted to birth locations, interests, medical conditions, parenting styles, must-have baby gear and more!

All the content on What to Expect is accurate, up-to-date and continuously reviewed by the What to Expect Medical Review Board and other pregnancy and parenting health experts.

It is in line with the latest evidence-based medical information and accepted health guidelines, including the What to Expect books by Heidi Murkoff.

The medical guidelines and recommendations on What to Expect are consistently monitored and come from highly respected expert organizations, including the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as from peer-reviewed medical journals. You can see the sources we use in the “view sources” field at the bottom of every health article, along with the last reviewed date at the top.

What to Expect When You’re Expecting, 5th edition, and What to Expect Before You’re Expecting, 2nd edition, have been medically reviewed by Charles J. Lockwood, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Public Health, and Dean of the University of South Florida’s Morsani College of Medicine. What to Expect the First Year, 3rd edition, has been medically reviewed by Mark D. Widome, M.D., M.P.H., Professor of Pediatrics at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital.

For more information about What to Expect's medical review and editorial policy, visit: https://www.whattoexpect.com/medical-review/ 

Do not sell my info: https://dsar.whattoexpect.com/

Find support for your pregnancy journey, and know what to expect, every step of the way. We’re here to help you have a happy healthy pregnancy and a happy healthy baby! Let’s connect:

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