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    Default iPhone apps for Dad to be?

    I'm trying to find an app for my DH to read along with. He lives and works overseas so I wanted to load one up on his iphone.

    Does anyone know of any apps that are targeted for "Dads to be" or am I being crazy?

    If not which app do you have that would be good for a bloke?

    Thanks!!!


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    Bump - hoping someone today will know.


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    My DH has the "What to Expect When You're Expecting" app on his phone and loves it!


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    Thanks, I have that myself and I like it so maybe my DH will also.

    Shame there is not a male oriented version available. Someone should get onto that he he he


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    I have Babybump which my DH likes because it has daily comments and every few days it has a comment just for Dad. It has weekly updates as well.

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    My OH had the 'Pregnant Dad' app (He liked this)- he also had the 'What to expect' app (but he deleted that one as he didn't find it very humorous lol).

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    Try mPregnancy (not free). My partner really likes it.

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    M pregnancy won my vote! Hopefully DH will enjoy it and stop asking me "how many days now". Although it's cute, I can see it becoming a tad annoying.


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    All of these apps are great!! I personally have 'baby pregnancy tracker' on mine..

    I have also started a blokes only facebook group for dads and expecting dads.. I'm expecting myself in early may lol. It's only for blokes and it's a closed group.. It's only just started up and your DH is more than welcome to join in. Granted, it's mostly for guys in Adelaide, but still.. The more guys we have on there the more support we have from guys perspective..

    Also, tell him to order a book from the website www.beerandbubs.com.au

    It's basically a guide for blokes regarding dos and donts in relation to childbirth and pregnancy. I've just started to read it and it's gr8


    Any1 can be a father.. It takes a special someone to be a dad, and a greater person to be a stepdad.

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    iPregnancy has different options on the info tab. You can choose from "Baby", where it gives you an update on how baby is growing etc, "mummy" which tells you about changes in mummy's body and "Daddy" which is hints and tips for Dads (like that raging hormones and mood swings are normal )

    I think iPregancy is the best app out there. I have 4 different pregnancy apps, but I only use iPregnancy because the rest were annoying!


 

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