MammaBaby - Breast feeding App & Baby Log Tracker

MammaBaby - Breast feeding App & Baby Log Tracker

By Life'n Stats

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2013-04-16
  • Current Version: 2.0.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 47.74 MB
  • Developer: Life'n Stats
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 2,475 App Reviews)
  • Price:
MammaBaby - Breast feeding App & Baby Log Tracker App Ratings: 4.5
Based on 2,475 App Reviews

MammaBaby - Breast feeding App & Baby Log Tracker App Details

We hope you enjoy our new design! Picked by Apple among the best apps to help with new parents in 2015! We designed MammaBaby to simplify baby logging processes and to improve overall parenting experiences. Sharing responsibility has never been easier with other care givers via automatic data sync. With interactive charts, you can monitor your baby data with ease anytime anywhere. In addition, you will get timely baby tips for every milestone recorded to expect what's coming up next. Benefit from the following features to improve your parenting experiences with your precious ones using MammaBaby: 1) Track daily activities and growth using interactive charts with WHO percentiles 2) Establish routines with feeding, sleeping, and medicine alarms 3) Help your baby stay on track with feeding/sleeping guidelines in daily summary page and milestone-driven parenting tips 4) Fully synchronized App-Web environment for data management, various charts and graphs, growth and poop color analysis, etc. 5) Share milestone moments with your family and friends 6) Help your baby achieve key baby milestones with timely parenting tips provided for every milestone you record. These tips have been written and reviewed by experienced mommy bloggers. More detailed and comprehensive parenting tips are available at MammaBaby Blog ( All these features in MammaBaby will help you build confidence in parenting your newborn baby. For more information, please visit Feature Highlights: • Supports multiple babies up to 5 • Quick and easy logging of feeding, diapers, sleeping, growth, developmental milestones • Automatic synchronization of baby logs between multiple devices • Bar charts for feeding, sleeping, and diaper to visualize trends and patterns • Four interactive charts for growth data to track your baby’s growth based on WHO reference data (age vs. height, weight, head circumference, height vs. weight) • Support for Facebook sharing of baby's height and milestone moments • Alarms for feeding, sleeping, and medicine with enjoyable alarm sounds • Milestone recording for precious moments and support for Facebook posting. • Timely parenting tips for the first year of your baby (29 milestones and 62 baby tips are available) Feature Highlights of MammaBaby Web: • Daily summary, feeding/sleeping guidelines and timely baby item suggestions provided • Export of raw data to excel compatible file format (csv) • Download high-quality charts in various formats (pdf, svg, png, jpg) • Additional data analysis charts for poop color and growth data Notes: Optimized for iPhone4 or later Requires iOS 6.X or later Facebook sharing iOS 6.0 or later


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App Reviews

  • Most helpful for easy tracking but could use some improvements

    By jmeelynna
    I’ve tried numerous apps to track feedings and sleep times and this app is pretty self explanatory and simply accomplishes these tasks. There’s a free 7-day trial before they get you to purchase it, and although I love how useful it’s been to help me remember all of the times, I do agree with others that there’s room for improvement — especially when you’re paying $4.99! A separate note-taking section would be great as opposed to the tasks notes that they currently have (which don’t even allow you to review it as a whole, unless you go back to a specific day and time so it’s kind of pointless). Also, distinguishing between formula/breast milk for the bottle would be helpful too for those that have to supplement. And like others have mentioned, texture vs color for a poopy diaper should be separated when having to choose. Being able to easily see what the stool was like for each day instead of just indicating W+P diaper would be helpful too.
  • Functional and easy to use

    By MzJehan
    Great for what it is, but wish it allowed more personalization. It should add a function for tracking medications. Also, type of food in solids category and fix units.
  • Great App! Especially for a mother of a newborn and toddler!

    By Ms1231
  • Not fre

    By alyneroli
    App is ok, basic, but you have to pay after a week to continue use it. I have now to move all the records to another app. I would have liked to know this before so I won’t even started using it.
  • Good, not worth price.

    By Lil mommy mom
    It's a good app, not worth price. WebMD offers a free app with similar features. In hindsight, would not have bought. This is really a pay app with a free trial. I wish we knew that before we logged in all of our data from the hospital. The app wasn't very honest/clear about that.
  • Wonderful app!

    By ByHisGrace908
    This app is great! Keeps me organized and I can go back and look at when I last fed or changed a diaper. It's great for recognizing sleeping patterns, and I like how you can enter comments on each entry. My only complaint is the fact that if you forget to hit the "start" time for feeding or sleeping, you can only go back and put in the duration after it's completed. I wish you could enter your start time and have the timer begin then.
  • Can’t even sign up

    By D Kreinbring
    Not sure what’s wrong with your app but it needs to be fixed. I can’t sign up. I’ve tried all types of combinations of ID names and nothing will work.
  • Just what we needed

    By Mddrew63110
    Easy to use, syncs across phones. Lets us focus on more important things.
  • Ok app if it were free

    By Mommygetsnosleep
    Not worth the money
  • Helps us stay sane through the first 6 months

    By 2 babies all the sleep
    You never thought you would talk about poop as much in your life than you do when you have a kid. This helps track and communicate with your doctor when your brain just isn't as sharp as normal.